Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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Beardmas, Gilbert and George


Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

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Ruined temples and forgotten places

Matt Emmett – RAF Hospital Nocton Hall, Lincolnshire

  The first historic photographer of the year awards showcase the world’s very best historic places and cultural sites from across the globe, capturing everything from the most famous national treasures to obscure and forgotten hidden gems.
 Here, the photographers tell the stories behind their pictures.

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Who needs TV when you got T.Rex?


Photograph by Hiroshi Watanabe
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The Window




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Inside the Hidden World of Jaguars



Photographs by Steve Winter 

Nimble and powerful on land, in trees, and in water; nearly invisible; and almost always deadly, the jaguar is both apex carnivore and revered spirit.
By Chip Brown
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Origami


Origami is the art of paper-folding. Its name derives from Japanese words ori (“folding”) and kami (“paper”). Traditional origami consists of folding a single sheet of square paper (often with a colored side) into a sculpture without cutting, gluing, taping, or even marking it.
 Creatives from several countries helped shape origami into the practice it is today.
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Monday, November 20, 2017

R. Crumb's Early Days As An Illustrator For American Greetings


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Never forget @itsPeteski


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Wind of Okhotsk II






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Instant Stories




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Nowhere to Hide



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The Serial-Killer Detector


A former journalist, equipped with an algorithm and the largest collection of murder records in the country, finds patterns in crime.

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One Man and His Pet


Photograph by Javier Arcenillas.

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Welcome To The Working Week


Photograph by Alexey Kharitonov.
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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Apple or Knife ?

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Turtle





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Saturday, November 18, 2017

The sun rises over a still morning in the Arctic.


Florian Ledoux wants his photography to tell the story of the region, and help to save it in the process.

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A Murmuration of Starlings.


Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo

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Matereality


In this mesmerizing new short film, German filmmaker Roman De Giuli worked with magnets, iron filings, reflective pigment, and glitter to create this pulsing visual montage of magnetic special effects titled Matereality. It’s amazing to think this was all done with practical effects and not CGI.
 Music by Son-J.

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The alluring black and white photography of Jason M.


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26 years have passed since the fall of Vukovar.


On 18 November 1991, Siniša Glavašević sent in his last report, which ended with:

 "The picture of Vukovar at the 22nd hour of the 87th day [of the siege] will remain forever in the memory of the witnesses of this time. There are infinite spooky sights, and you can smell the burning. We walk over bodies, building material, glass, detritus and the gruesome silence. ...
We hope that the torments of Vukovar are over."



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