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Most of us send CVs full of lies when we apply for jobs. But Lisa Vertudaches, an animator and illustrator from Adelaide (Australia) made an entire animated video resume to apply for the position of Google Doodler.
It’s hard to be a vegan hunter, what with the whole “not hurting animals” shtick. Elkabana is the project for those animal lovers who want wall trophies without killing anything.
If zeitgeist had a body, it would be drinking sweet, overpriced coffee in a plastic-lid cardboard coffee cup.
Art has to make you feel something, even if that something isn’t entirely pleasant. For example, Nychos here loves making pictures of dissected animals and even cartoon characters.
The American stereotype is that everything must be big – houses, burgers, cars, butts… But Guillaume Dutilh and Jenna Spesard dream tiny – they built themselves the tiniest house on wheels and are now touring the USA.
Tower Bridge isn’t the only bridge in London, though it is the most iconic. Well, The London Borough of Wandsworth is having a competition for a new bridge between Nine Elms and Pimlico, and the results so far seem somewhat crazy.
Interiors of glass and steel are so passe. What Silvan Audio Workshop from Seattle offers are turntables made from the cross-section of a tree trunk.
Seas are only warm around tropical paradise islands and people with poor bladder control. However, a Nantucket photographer Johnathan Nimerfroh witnessed the sea almost at its coldest – the waves were actually turning into slush!
Some photographers want more recognition than paltry few likes and inane comments from friends. These are the kind of individuals who get selected for the Sony World Photography Awards 2015 shortlist.
Not everyone can get fired from a cannon, and not everyone wants to be buried in a coffin. Capsula Mundi, a project from Italy, is the penultimate hippie solution for burial: an organic pod for the deceased that has a tree planted on top of it.
Banksy is the artist when it comes to street art of all sorts. And he continues to stick it to the man by sneaking into Gaza, Palestine, to draw some uncomfortable art.
Paper planes are easy and most people don’t bleed to death while trying to make paper boats. But Adam Tran of Vietnam can make origami dinosaurs – big ones, too.
Photo editors rarely add pounds to women – except when the chest area is concerned. Well, Spanish artist David Lopera added a lot of curves to celebrities, ostensibly to promote positive body image.
Russia is a strange land, and a very big land. Keen Heick-Abildhauge lived there for some time and wanted to show its people to the world.
When you’re about 20 years old, it’s hard to imagine couples that stayed together for more than three years.
Most strolls down a grassy path don’t invoke vertigo – but this one does. This project by Zalewski Architecture Group from Poland is grassy walkway suspended high above their yard.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the Oscars are still the most important movie event of the year. And, second year in a row, famed photographer Mark Seliger was there to do celebrity portrait shoots at Vanity Fair’s Oscar after party.
Before you get to masters of any profession, you have to have pioneers. And Jessie Tarbox Beals was America’s first female press photographer.
People will spout about impermanence of digital records, but books are really fragile, too. Alexis Arnold from San Francisco wanted to illustrate that with her project The Crystallized Book: collecting books and growing Borax crystals on them.
Cats might lounge around all day long and plan murder (or more lounging), but many dogs get to work. Photographer Andrew Fladeboe travelled to Norway and New Zealand to take pictures of various working dogs for his project The Shepherd’s Realm.