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Animal rescue nonprofit Louie’s Legacy and fashion photographer Mike Ruiz have teamed up for the 2015 ‘Hunks and Hounds’ calendar.
Plane spotting is actually a thing, everyone. To aviation enthusiasts, there’s nothing like watching an airplane take off and land – it is majestic.
How badly do you need to recharge your phone? This Israeli graduate student wonders if people would use their own biology to produce power by attaching a device directly into their veins.
This fun project by car manufacturer Smart addresses a simple experience in everyday life that irritates us all – waiting for that dang crosswalk sign to change.
Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth of Tugboat Printshop have been making woodcut prints since 2006. Their process is entirely handmade, beginning with the low relief carving of ¾” birch plywood, followed by hand-rolling the blocks with ink, and finally pressing the images onto archival paper.
Buying a Yacht is the ultimate declaration of financial supremacy over the rest of the world, so when selecting one you need to make it impressive.
I used to hear it all the time… “Don’t touch that,” “Wash you hands,” “That’s dirty!” A life lesson I’m glad I heeded in retrospect, even if it was a bit over dramatic.
One of the interesting moments just after photography became accessible to the average consumer in the 1800s is the period when people didn’t smile in pictures.
Recently, Guardians of the Galaxy brought another awesome comic book gunslinger to life, Star-Lord Peter Quill.
Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree have created a self-portraiture project titled ‘Complements.’ With photographs that are visually striking and evocative, the couple explores their self-image through a series of wacky photographs.
The series is subtle and beautiful. The muted grays and browns create a quiet space to experience the images that are at first simple, but then become complex the more they are viewed.
Carli Davidson was inspired by something very unusual — the regular cleaning of her dog’s drool off the walls, a side effect of his slobbery head shaking.
Do you put ketchup on your fries or on the side? Do you eat the pizza crust or leave it behind? The foodie app Zomato takes a look at these polarizing issues in a recent ad campaign.
Berlin-based photographer Michel Lamoller’s project ‘Tautochronos’ is all about the coexistence between humans and their surrounding landscapes, to the point of merging into one another.
In an attempt to bring the classic Disney princesses and characters into the 21st century Amanda Whitelaw has humorously illustrated them all taking selfies.
Ari Glogower has been working tirelessly for the past year, following his successful Kickstarter, to bring to market a product that will change every home and office – The Whale Stapler.
We have covered some pretty neat time keepers, like the Nixie tube clock or the Concrete Clock, but this one is impressive on an entirely different level.
It’s easy to design things on a computer that appear to be three dimensions, like they were cut from paper.
Typically future-cars are portrayed as metallic, colorless and minimal with a spaceship-like presence. Dominic Wilcox has presented a totally different model with bright colors and decoration.
Using digital painting effects, UK-based photographer and graphic designer Alberto Seveso morphed photographs into fleeting swirls that look like ink immersed in water.