All Your Web In One Place.

Everything you want to read - news, your favorite blogs, art and more - in one convenient place designed for you.

Learn more about MultiPLX or signup for personalized experience.


Makeup Artist Laura Jenkinson’s Creative Lip Art


A makeup artist’s canvas is the face. In the case of Laura Jenkinson, this is quite literal. The London-based makeup artist has been drawing delightful cartoon characters around her mouth cleverly integrating her teeth and lips into the portraits.

Paricutin, The Volcano That Grew Out Of A Cornfield


Rarely do volcanologist get to watch the birth, growth, and death of a volcano. Paricutin provided such an opportunity.

Oscar Ruíz’s Aerial Photos of Mexico’s Rich And The Poor


In an effort to draw attention to community development program in low-income areas, Mexican bank Banamex launched an advertising campaign titled Erase the Difference, where the bank hired photographer Oscar Ruíz and asked him to shoot the stark divide between the poor and the affluent that exist in Mexico City.

Via Krupp of Capri Island


One of the world’s most beautiful footpath - Via Krupp, is located on the island of Capri, in the Tyrrhenian Sea, on the south side of the Gulf of Naples.

Cocoon of the Urodidae Moth


The Amazonian moth belonging to the family of Urodidae weaves one of the strangest and most beautiful cocoons in the insect world.

The Solitary Town of Solitaire, in Namibia


Solitaire is a small settlement in the Khomas Region of central Namibia near the Namib-Naukluft National Park.

Paranal Observatory in Chile


Paranal Observatory is an astronomical observatory located on the mountains of Cerro Paranal in the Atacama desert of northern Chile, at an altitude of 2,635 meters, about 120 kilometers south of Antofagasta and 80 km north of Taltal.

The Great Salt Lake’s Railroad Causeway


When the North American transcontinental railroad was being laid down during the 1860s, the engineers faced a big obstacle in the state of Utah – a great body of water, 4,400 square km in area, called the Great Salt Lake.

What 200 Calories of Food Look Like?


We all know that different food contains different amount of calories. For instance, cereals have fewer calories than, say, cheese, which is why a bowl of cereal will fill you without significantly fatting you up.

Hattie Newman’s Delightful Paper Cities


Hattie Newman is a London-based designer and image maker who combines both two and three dimensional design elements to create fascinating worlds using paper and card.

Iquitos, World’s Largest City That Cannot Be Reached by Road


Iquitos is an important port city of the Amazon and Peru’s largest jungle town. It is located in the Amazon basin at the confluence of the Nanay and Itaya rivers, about 3,700 km upstream from the Atlantic Ocean and 1,030 km north-northeast of Lima.

The Leather Tanneries of Fez, Morocco


The city of Fez - Morocco's third largest city – was founded in the 8th century and is now home to over one million people.

Animals That Have Cemented India’s Position As The Best Wildlife Destination


When it comes to the best destination for wildlife sighting, there are not many that can match the range and versatility offered by India.

Ekati Diamond Mine, Canada


The Ekati Diamond Mine is located about 200 km south of the Arctic circle, near Lac de Gras in Canada's North-West Territories, about 300 km north-east of Yellowknife.

Potemkin Stairs, Odessa


Made famous by Sergei Eisenstein’s epic movie Battleship Potemkin (1925), the Potemkin Stairs in Ukraine’s third largest city Odessa, is the city’s most iconic symbol.

The Water Town of Zhouzhuang


Zhouzhuang is one of the most famous "water town" in China, situated between Lake Tai and Shanghai, about 55 kilometers southeast of Suzhou on the southern shore of Lake Baixian, through which the Baixian River runs.

The Mountains of Hornocal


The mountain valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca, in the province of Jujuy, in north-west Argentina, is home to some fascinating geology.

Purmamarca And The Hill of Seven Colors


Cerro de los Siete Colores or “The Hill of Seven Colors” is one of the hills bordering the tiny village of Purmamarca, in Jujuy Province, in north-western Argentina.

The Great Mosque of Samarra


The Great Mosque of Samarra is located in Samarra city, in Iraq, about 120 km north of Baghdad, on the banks of river Tigris.

The 728-Ton Tuned Mass Damper of Taipei 101


Taipei 101 is an iconic skyscraper located in the city of Taipei, in Taiwan. It rises to 509 meters and consist of exactly 101 floors.


Loading...