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How far would you go for the perfect shot? These folk right here already know the answer: as far as it takes, and then more.
Professional photography is hard, no doubt about it. But this cheat sheet will help those first dipping their toes into professional waters.
Wet dogs usually spell a wet disaster, especially when they shake themselves dry. Yet this didn’t deter Serenah Hodson from making the ‘Dry Dog Wet Dog’ portrait series!
1913, one year before the Great War, wasn’t the best time for colored photography. But Mervyn O’Gorman still managed to take wonderful colored pictures of his daughter Christina.
Traffic problems are one of the favorite complaints of city dwellers. Well, people of Buenos Aires can now avoid this is issue by using public bicycles.
Some tattoos don’t need slogans or colors – and Dr. Woo proves that with his fantastic geometric inks.
Volcano eruptions are, as a rule, spectacular events. And Calbuco volcano in Chile has erupted twice in the last day. Located in the southern Los Lagos region of Chile, it has erupted ten times since 1837.
Drawing blood has two major downsides: blood and needles. And guess what: HemoLink is a device that’s going to remove the needles from the equation and make blood drawing mostly painless.
Colony collapse disorder is a colossal issue – and artist Louis Masai wants you take notice. His street art project “Save the Bees” aims to catch your attention by covering the walls of London with bees.
Having a twin is like having a natural friend who, as a bonus, looks just like you. And Akira Oozawa, a graphic designer, continues taking pictures of his identical daughters having childhood fun.
The head is the best place for the brain to be, unless you have a Futurama brain jar. However, these Brain Specimen Coasters are a good way to bring some brains to your party.
Kermit the Frog is one of the most recognizable denizens of the Sesame Street. And now, a scientist group discovered a frog that looks just like him.
Trash in the oceans is a great problem for everyone. Enough garbage washes up in Sian Ka’an reserve for Alejandro Duran to make Washed-Up, a project of sprawling trash art installations.
Is this the real life? Is it just fantasy? In art by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, dreams become painted reality.
The unfortunate truth is that computer bugs aren’t something we can squish with a slipper. However, Julie Alice Chappell looks at it from a different perspective when she makes Computer Component Bugs.
Coloring books are best left for adults – after all, they know how to paint inside the lines. Kerby Rosanes does just the thing – Doodle Invasion!
Running wild with flowers in your hair might be a fun activity, but it’s hard to do it all year long.
Japanese curry rice is one of their most popular foods, but it’s not usually sophisticated in presentation.
Synesthesia actually lets you paint with the colors of the wind, if it’s loud enough. This rare neurological phenomenon also enables Melissa McCracken to paint music.
Nobody ever doubts Japanese craftsmanship. And this Japanese craftsman demonstrates his skills by restoring an old dictionary to a near mint condition.