PHOTOGRAPHY

Tales of a bygone age: Glass-Plate photographs from Romania turned into delightful art

Tales of a bygone age: Glass-Plate photographs from Romania turned into delightful art

One of the few ways we can revisit history is through the recolouring of old and sometimes historic black and white photographs. Jane Long is a photographer currently based in Australia and a while back she started working with photographs by Costica Acsinte, a Romanian photographer born in 1897. Costica Acsinte entered the First World […]

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
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AFRICAN PORTRAITS by Mario Gerth

AFRICAN PORTRAITS by Mario Gerth

AFRICAN PORTRAITS MARIO GERTHC PHOTOGRAPHY ART Beautiful african portraits by Dutch photographer Mario Gerth. Souls, bodies and photography. A perfect mix. AFRICAN PORTRAITS – MARIO GERTH AFRICAN PORTRAITS MARIO GERTHC PHOTOGRAPHY ART

| May 1, 2012 | 1 Comments
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People in Siberia – Photography

People in Siberia – Photography

Can you conceive that there are people out there that have never been photographed? Of course they are – living in far, far away and secluded places, living a life that is far different from ours, having thoughts way different than ours. But what happens when these people finally see themselves in photos? Sasha Leahovcenko went […]

| November 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
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ARCHITECTURE

Future home-plans

Future home-plans

“Home is where your heart is”. But where elsewhere can your heart go, if not in one of these marvelous buildings? Recently, the World Architecture Festival took place in Singapore, Asia, gathering projects worth millions of  dollars and dreams. Around 200 shortlisted projects competed not only for the grand prize, but also for awards in […]

| October 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
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The 20 Most Beautiful Windows in Italy

The 20 Most Beautiful Windows in Italy

Enjoy some of the most beautiful windows in Italy ! BURANO – Private House   ABBIATE, VARESE – Church of  Saint Peter and Paul    ALBA – Private House   MILAN – University of Milan   LEVANZO – Private House   TRIESTE – Government Palace   LODI – Palazzo Vistarini   CORIGLIANO D’OTRANTO – De’Monti Castle   MASSA […]

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Mobile Tiny Houses

Mobile Tiny Houses

via Tumbleweed

| December 21, 2013 | 0 Comments
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STEAMPUNK

Colorful 3D Photography from the Australian SteamFest

Colorful 3D Photography from the Australian SteamFest

Steamfest Australia is a gathering of steampunk enthusiasts who came from Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that typically features steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century.

| August 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Awesome Steampunk Insect Sculptures

Awesome Steampunk Insect Sculptures

Nobody can doubt the beauty of nature, but Tom Hardwidge takes it one step further.  He is the creator of arthrobos. What are arthrobots? They are steampunk insect sculptures (a combination of robots and antrhopods). He uses regular, household materials such as brass and bullets to create lifelike sculptures of scorpions, butterflies, grasshoppers and wasps. […]

| June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Beautiful Steampunk Corsets by Truls Stokka

Beautiful Steampunk Corsets by Truls Stokka

STEAMPUNK CORSETS STYLE Draculacorsets.com is an intersting online shop specialized in custom made corsets. ‘We have some tailors now that are very dedicated and love what they are doing. The quality of what they make is the best I have ever seen.’  – Truls Stokka, owner. –  more Steampunk Corsets here ! STEAMPUNK CORSETS STYLE  

| December 29, 2012 | 0 Comments
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NATURE

Belle, the smallest dog in the world

Belle, the smallest dog in the world

Belle, a cute British mini-Yorkshire, is seven weeks old and is eight times smaller than she should be. Belle – named after tiny Tinkerbelle the fairy – is the sole survivor of a litter of four with a tiny nose half the size of a little finger nail. “I’ve had to feed her every two […]

| October 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Unexampled bird nests

Unexampled bird nests

Mother nature is a forever changing phenomenon. Irreversible actions leave scars upon the face of the Earth. Even though some bring sadness and regrets, most of them are memories of the magical environment that surrounds us and everything it constructs. Exactly these kinds of natural constructions are the ones we should all remember and admire. […]

| September 16, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Mutant Frogs presented by Brandon Ballengee

Mutant Frogs presented by Brandon Ballengee

The study and art of Brandon Ballengee reveal how frogs suffer a metamorphosis due to the influence of certain chemicals. The artist uses both his artistic and rational side in order to reflect the human impact upon our surrounding environment. These amphibians stand as proof of how easy it is to re-design nature’s patterns and how […]

| April 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
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HISTORY

Louvre Museum at first sight

Louvre Museum at first sight

by Claudia Roxana Tompea For anyone travelling to overwhelm their thirst of knowledge and discovery with a glorious hunger for learning, Musée du Louvre is the right place to get lost. For anyone that believes history is dead and art cannot communicate with the present, Musée du Louvre is the right place to be wrong. […]

| January 25, 2015 | 1 Comments
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Two days with Michael Jackson – The unseen footage

Two days with Michael Jackson – The unseen footage

‘Dear friends. 5 years ago this day Michael Jackson died. We were friends since he visited me in our mountain hut in Sulden in 2001. A sensitive genius of the century who lived in his own world! I asked him for a song, but he wanted to protect his voice. He asked me if I […]

| June 30, 2014 | 1 Comments
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The amazing treasures hidden inside the Vatican Secret Archives

The amazing treasures hidden inside the Vatican Secret Archives

The Vatican Secret Archives contain many documents which the church has accumulated over the centuries: state papers, correspondence, papal account books.  The Vatican Secret Archives have been estimated to contain 52 miles (84 km) of shelving, and there are 35,000 volumes in the selective catalogue alone. – A prelate studies Inquisition documents in the Vatican […]

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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PAINTINGS

Adding Life into a drawing – collection by Ramon Bruin

Adding Life into a drawing – collection by Ramon Bruin

Skillful artists copy the true beauties of nature and reveal the glorious parts of our surrounding environment. True artists, on the other hand, create life from their own imagination, and reveal an art work that is constantly changing their vision. At least that happened with Ramon Bruin, a Dutch painter that created an impressive collection […]

| January 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Gardens by Richard Murphy

Gardens by Richard Murphy

One’s artwork is no more, no less, than the reflection of a veracious thing he or she sees in nature. That is why our philosophers, long ago, stated that everything we think, say and do has already been done and spoken by others in the past. Richard Murphy understood this and now, his creations are […]

| May 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Idyllic paintings by Tracey Lane

Idyllic paintings by Tracey Lane

The work of the following artist depicts upon the complementarity and ingenuous combination of light and shadow, color and texture, the seen and the unseen. Practically, the idyllic paintings play between shades of memory and imagination, revealing pleasant parts of the forest, the plain, lands and the woods of the artist’s mind. Whether it is about a […]

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
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