PHOTOGRAPHY

Amazing Digital Artworks by Giuseppe Mastromatteo

Amazing Digital Artworks by Giuseppe Mastromatteo

DIGITAL ARTWORKS GIUSEPPE MASTROMATTEO Born on August 6, 1970, Giuseppe Mastromatteo has worked as an artist for more than a decade. After a period spent as a recordist assistant inside a record company, Mastromatteo graduated from Accademia di Comunicazione di Milano with a degree in art direction. He writes about the arts, teaches advertising at […]

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
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How to see yourself at 14 – Photography

How to see yourself at 14 – Photography

All the time we imagine ourselves in the future. How would we look like, how our homes would be like…so our jobs and belongings. But let’s do an imagination exercise and try to focus more on the past, rather than the future. This experiment promises a lot of fun and energy-boost. Why? Because it has […]

| January 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Adorable Creatures – photographs by Alex Cearns

Adorable Creatures – photographs by Alex Cearns

Alex Cearns, a devoted wildlife photographer, introduces us in the world of the smallest, yet most adorable creatures surrounding our home. Armed with nothing more than a professional camera, lots of patience and, of course, a skillful vision, the photographer catches in cute positions all sorts of baby pets: puppies, ducklings, piglets and even parrots. At […]

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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ARCHITECTURE

The White Apartment  – Architecture & Design

The White Apartment – Architecture & Design

The ‘White Apartment‘ is a private residence designed by Next Level Studio. It is located in Uherske Hradiste, Czech Republic, and it is amazing !

| August 26, 2014 | 2 Comments
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Best Eiffel Tower-Replicas

Best Eiffel Tower-Replicas

“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and in the point of Life.” ― Thomas Jefferson But what if we could make our own Paris everywhere we go?  In fact, there is no need to rebuild the entire city, but to make replicas of famous icons that the city of love takes […]

| December 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
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The melting house

The melting house

Architectural projects with a twist are always intriguing and interesting. We have a special place in our heart for those architects who dare to fight with the common conventions and try to build something amazing, something that sticks, something that they will be remembered for; be it a personal home, an office building or an […]

| October 3, 2013 | 0 Comments
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STEAMPUNK

Crazy steampunk Gifs by Serbian artist Milos Rajkovic

Crazy steampunk Gifs by Serbian artist Milos Rajkovic

STEAMPUNK GIFS ART Take a look to these weird, but funny, steampunk gifs created by Serbian artist Milos Rajkovic ! ( Could take a little time to load ) STEAMPUNK GIFS ART

| May 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Steampunk Lamps by Art Donovan

Steampunk Lamps by Art Donovan

STEAMPUNK LAMPS ART DONOVAN ‘ I was born and raised in New York City. I’m an artist, designer and museum curator with 34 years of full time experience in the arts. From 1980 to 1990 I was the senior designer and head illustrator for Donald Deskey Associates, NYC. Since 1990, I’ve specialized in hand crafting […]

| February 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
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The steampunk style, reinvented

The steampunk style, reinvented

——-  You might be interested in  ‘What is steampunk? The world in which Jules Verne comes alive – Everyone knows at least a little about the steampunk style, founded in the glorious British Victorian era.  Back in those times, inventions like the steam engine created the word “revolution”. But the steam-powered engine was not the […]

| September 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
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NATURE

Miracles among us: bioluminescent phytoplankton

Miracles among us: bioluminescent phytoplankton

Pack your bags because you’re going to the Maldives! Well, at least you will want to once you see the amazing photos captured by Taiwanese photographer Will Ho. While he was vacationing in the beautiful islands, he had the opportunity to witness an unique event: the beach was covered in thousands, millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton that […]

| January 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Heartwarming pictures of puppies with their parents

Heartwarming pictures of puppies with their parents

Credits: Anton Belovodchenko Credits: dailymail.co.uk Credits: Jeanette DiAnda Credits: Igor Shpilenok Credits: Ric Seet Credits: pensivesquirrel.wordpress.com Credits: Marco Mattiussi Credits: Jan Pelcman Credits: Laurie Rubin Credits: Michael Milicia Credits: Chuck Babbitt Credits: hqwide.com Credits: Tin Man Credits: dailymail.co.uk Credits: Wolfgang von Vietinghoff Credits: Udayan Rao Pawar Credits: Daniel Münger Credits: dailymail.co.uk Credits: Andre Pretorius Credits: Frederique Olivier/John Downer Productions Credits: imgur.com Credits: Jim Ridley Credits: Michael Nichols Credits: Edwin Kats

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Humus Park – International Land Art Meeting – Italy

Humus Park – International Land Art Meeting – Italy

Land Art is a contemporary art movement born in the Sixties, in the US.  The ‘Humus Park‘ is the most important Land Art event-meeting in Italy. Some of its numbers: 14 days, 2 locations, more than 70 artists from 12 countries all over the world, 7 art schools and Academies involved. The international artists taking part […]

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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HISTORY

The Kukeri of Bulgaria – A balkan tradition that dates back centuries

The Kukeri of Bulgaria – A balkan tradition that dates back centuries

The Kukeri tradition has its roots in old Balkan spirituality. The ritual dates back to ancient Thracian times and can be found in other forms in other places in the Balkans. Each year around New Year’s Eve, the men of the village big or small take on their masks and tie large rows of bells […]

| September 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Memories from around 1900

Memories from around 1900

History is the most veracious way of revealing the truth. Sometimes , it can be hard to comprehend,  other times it can give you wings, but in the end, truth will always, but always, set you free. Here are some photographs that marked the last century of our existence. Photo source: caplimpede.ro    1. The […]

| January 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Frozen in time

Frozen in time

Moving on is always challenging.  But what about moving out? A place we once called home can remain forever empty, with all its memories dying inside. This happened with a remarkable place, an old apartment situated in the heart of Paris. If some people usually leave their homes for a couple of days or weeks, Madame […]

| January 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
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PAINTINGS

Beautiful abstract paintings by David Munroe

Beautiful abstract paintings by David Munroe

‘I am a Glasgow born abstract expressionist and landscape painter. I take inspiration from the elements of the environment and from nature, including many unique aspects; weather, rusting metal, aging wood, water, dilapidated buildings, peeling paint, stones and rocks, the city lights at night. I notice unusual things everywhere, often in unanticipated places; from the […]

| July 22, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Painting a dream

Painting a dream

What’s a dreamscape? For some people, it is a surrealistic picture, that can represent everything from a dream to an illusion full of meaning. For most of us,still it is an image only for the mind, impossible to reproduce in reality. But artist Michael Page sees things a bit different. Along thousands of “so-called painters”, that […]

| October 11, 2013 | 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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