After seeing these photos you will never be the same. 1. The Cilit Bang man is not called Barry Scott He’s called Neil Burgess.
Whether its the beautiful forests or snowy mountains tops it’s hard to deny that Norway is one of the most beautiful countries on earth.
The Society Of Biology has just finished its 3rd annual photography contest, and after receiving nearly 800 entries, they’ve unveiled their winners.
This impressive new sculpture of a horse head in Falkirk, Scotland known as The kelpies is designed by artist Andy Scott and has taken a total of nine years to design and assemble.
This short film put together by filmmaker Danny Cook shows Pripyat which is an abandoned city near to Chernobyl, Ukraine.
Watch the moment a daredevil scales a 900-foot chimney using no safety ropes and then decides to walks across the top on a narrow beam not once but twice!
We have covered some perfectly looped GIFs on Blazepress before but these Infinity GIFs by Erik Soderberg are a little different.
We have covered how certain breeds of dogs carry negative stigmas with them, as is the case with a lot of Pit bulls.
We’ve seen a few series similar to this before, one of them was screenshots from movies blending into their onset locations in New York City.
You know the brands, and even their logos but do you really know what their names stand for?. We have recently covered this infographic that takes a look at the hidden messages within brand logos, but it would appear even the names are not by chance as this infographic put together by 7brands shows.
Who would win in a fight between Darth Vader and Batman? well this video put together by the awesome people at Machinima Prime goes some way to answering this incredibly important question.
The work of Bruce Riley will leave you hypnotised. The talented artist based in Chicago creates psychedelic artworks by dripping resin and paint all over canvases.
This teacher taught his class a powerful lesson about privilege and life that they will never forget, and all he used was some scrunched up paper and a bin.
These incredibly detailed drawings and doodles are by Philippines based 23-year-old artist Kerby Rosanes.
Lithuanian photographer Raggana grew up surrounded by woods and scenic landscapes and from a young age has enjoyed exploring the great outdoors and travelling.
These satirical illustrations by John Holcroft say so much about the world we live in. Satire often takes the form of literature but in this case it takes a graphic / illustrative form.
We love the use of unusual materials to create art here on Blazepress, just the other day we covered an impressive owl sculpture made of old junk by street artist Artur Bordalo.
Chalkboards might belong in classrooms and be used for teaching kids but that doesn’t mean they can’t still teach older generations a thing or two, especially when it comes to getting motivated.
Los Angeles-based 3D artist Peter Straub has created a series of awesome renders of popular figures from TV shows like The Walking Dead and movies such as Star Wars and The Hobbit and turned some of there most beloved characters into classical looking sculptures and busts.
So the latest thing to do in Japan is to put strips of paper over your cats face with anime eyes, giving them a goofy, grumpy or just plain hilarious expressions.