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Day and Night in New York City Captured in Single Images

Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates remarkable images of night and day at once by setting up his camera to take pictures of a single scene over and over for 15 hours. He then blends the images to get this time-defying effect…

 
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Posted by on April 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

 
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Troqman Walks The Streets And Cartoon-Bomb His Surroundings To Make People Smile

 

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He started creating Cartoon Bombings during some holidays. He had a notebook, and started a travel diary but quickly got bored just drawing landscapes, so he started adding things on top of them, stories he could imagine from the landscape in front of him. And from that day, he made a habit of drawing one cartoon bombing a day and shared them on Instagram.

His creative process is quite simple, but basically he like to see things differently. We are all living in the same world, it’s part of our daily life, we are walking the same way going to work every day but nobody really pays attention to it. So he like to consider this daily environment as a great source of inspiration. He usually walked the streets of Amsterdam (he has been living there for several months now) with his bag and a few sketchbooks and black ink pencils and he just looked around.

He received very nice comments about his work from people and it makes made really happy. They motivated him to create even more, find the funniest story he can, and try to make people smile every day.”

 

 
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Posted by on February 20, 2015 in Uncategorized

 
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This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free!!!

The Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo located in Chongqing city, China, takes a slightly different approach when it comes to how things work – by letting the animals roam free and keeping the visitors locked up in cages. This allows for visitors to get closer to the animals than they ever would with a more conventional zoo but without any risks.
A spokesman at the zoo told the New York Post “The guests are warned to keep their fingers and hands inside the cage at all times because a hungry tiger wouldn’t know the difference between them and breakfast.”
The chance of being stalked by a group of hungry lions is probably a complete nope for some, but for those looking for a thrill its definitely something to do if you are ever in the area.
This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

This Chinese Zoo Locks the Visitors in the Cage and Lets the Animals Run Free

 
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Posted by on February 1, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

These Sons Are Almost Exact Copies Of Their Fathers.

If you ever need an example of the old saying “like father, like son”, then look no further than these 36 pictures. All of these boys are very young but have already started acting like their fathers. It’s incredibly cute and heart warming. Take a look below.

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Posted by on January 23, 2015 in Uncategorized

 
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Some Parents Really Know How To Have A Little Fun

While Their Kids Were  Asleep, These parents Pull Of This Amazing Stunt... -   Misc

 
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Posted by on January 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Mosaics, portraits and abstract art is what you will find while walking on the most colorful stairs in the world. Some artists around the world sometimes, express their creativity in the most amazing places. Street art has always skillfully managed to beautify the cities, so it should never be too much in any form, as long as it is set in the correct places. Thus, these scales displayed in the gallery below, not only represent an ideal spot through which artists express perfectly their creativity and imagination, but also they are real refreshment areas in the city where they are located.
The most interesting thing is that in order to see the effect of some of these scales, it is necessary to observe from a particular perspective. Small and fast conversion idea can give a completely new look to old and damaged asphalt, just like what happened to these scales worldwide. Street artists have managed the right way to beautify the urban monotony and dullness and to raise a smile at passers-by.

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Wuppertal, Germany

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Istanbul, Turkey

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Beirut, Lebanon

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Sicily, Italy

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Philadelphia Museum of Art

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Seoul, South Korea

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

Valparaíso, Chile

10 Most Brilliant Steps Art Around the World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Posted by on November 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

 
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CARVING PAPER: THE SURPRISING SCULPTURE OF LI HONGBO

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Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

The “block” from which each sculpture is carved is composed of thousands of sheets of paper, each glued (one at a time!) in a precise and delicate pattern of stripes. When lifted or manipulated by gallery staff, the pattern relieves itself, effortlessly expanding like a delicate accordion or alien honeycomb.

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The smooth surface is not painted or coated in any way. Hongbo lightly sands the finished sculptures to create a fuzzed edge that visually dissolves into its neighbor under pressure of gravity. The yellowish interior is a result of the filtered light.

Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

Carving Paper: The Surprising Sculpture of Li Hongbo in main art  Category

If you can’t make it to the gallery in person, I encourage you to search the internet or numerous iPhone videos of these in action. The movement is insane. My favorite video however is below. It’s an incredible peek at the process itself, from the meticulous gluing to the final sanding.

 
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Posted by on November 19, 2014 in Uncategorized