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Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto

A pioneering contemporary artist, Tokyo-born Motoi Yamamoto carves monumental two dimensional sculptures of entire oceans, shattered planets, typhoons, mountain ranges, fractured staircases and vast...

Wendy Tsao’s Toys Made Out Of Children’s Doodles

Wendy Tsao created her first toy having as a guide her 4-year-old son's drawing. It was when the school her son was going to...

Oxidized Bronze Sculptures of Elongated Women – by Michael James Talbot

  London-based artist Michael James Talbot creates beautiful sculptures of elongated women inspired by Greek mythology and Venetian masquerades. The surreal representations merge the human...

The 10 Most Famous Paintings of All Time

It is well known that art collectors from all around the world are eager to own the world’s most acclaimed paintings. However...

Keanu Reeves Never Touches Women When Posing for Photographs – and People are Trying...

Keanu Reeves has been in the news lately. It has probably, something to do with his role in the much anticipated video game “Cyberpunk 2077”, (and him being the most lovable person in the face of the Earth). And while other a-listers would find it boring or either decline, Keanu still seems happy to take pictures with his fans. One thing of notice thought… when posing for pictures with a female, his hands seem to always hover. Take a look at these photographs below and see for yourself, that his hands never touch the skin of the person he is taking a photo with.

The Moment King Tutankhamun’s Tomb was Discovered – As Shown in 15+ Colorized Photos

When British Egyptologist Howard Carter found by chance the tomb of Tutankhamun, which was unearthed in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings, no one could have known what “treasure” awaited them inside. The nearly unscathed tomb was a time capsule awaiting to be delved into, allowing academics to gain crucial data about life and death in ancient Egypt. Photographer Harry Burton was documenting the excavation of King Tut’s tomb for eight years.

Calligraphic Masterpieces Created with Fork Tines (+vids)

Yazi Yolcusu is a Turkish artist who uses a fork dipped in ink to write in a calligraphic way/style on a paper. It’s hard to believe how effortlessly he makes it look when he uses the tines of the fork to create letters or numbers. He also plays with the shadows of the fork itself to compliment his creations and the result is what you call a true masterpiece.

Pakistani Politicians’ Press Event goes Hilariously Wrong

Call it “marketing by accident”. Local politicians speaking rarely goes viral, right? This time it did! And for the most hilarious reason. It all happened while Shaukat Yousafzai, regional minister of the provincial government of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtukhwa was having a bit of a talk, with journalists, on Friday. The event was being broadcasted live on Facebook, but whoever was in charge of that forgot one small thing… turn off the cat filter… Well you can see the results for yourself, and the innumerable comments it got, as well. As for us, if this becomes a thing, in boring, local government press events, then we become regular fans…

“Sex” is an Anxiety-Inducing Live Exhibition you don’t Want to Miss by Anne Imhof

Have you been to many conventional exhibits and displays? Well, that’s good, thought Anne Imhof’s Sex won’t be one of them. You want...

26 Jaw-Droppping Photographs You Wouldn’t Want to Miss – 2019 National Geographic‘s Travel Photo...

The National Geographic Travel Photo Contest, is an annual contest that honors photographers, travelers and explorers, who through their camera lenses, allow us to travel with them. Travel to take a look at serene villages, admire wild animals, awe at majestic landscapes. This year’s winner is Weimin Chu and his “Winter in Greenland”. The prize is 7,500 dollars. Other winners (in other categories) include Tamara Blazquez Haik’s “Tender Eyes” in the Nature category. And Huaifeng Li, who won 1st place in the People Category.

Jon Snow Apologizes for Game of Thrones Season 8 – Sort of… (vid)

Some would profess that those 54 seconds were better written than the entire season 8 of Game of Thrones. A couple of weeks after, one of the biggest letdowns in the history of TV , a YouTube channel named Eating With Famous People has created a voice over video so successful that you almost believe it is a real scene from Game of Thrones. Jon Snow “apologizes” for the disappointing ending and basically the whole season. Even though it is fake, it is safe to say that the GOT community needed that, in order to have some sort of real closure.

Meet Ex-Army, White House Chef Andre Rush

Have you ever thought who cooks the First Family’s meal? Well it is now revealed and if you haven’t even thought of it, this is not something you want to miss. Meet Andre Rush, a retired Master Sergeant and one of the top chefs in the United States Military. First thing that catches your eyes is undoubtedly his 24-inch biceps and funny (yet understandable) fact is this is how he became “famous” and got revealed as a chef of the White House. His 24-inch biceps made him viral and some fans though it would be a great idea to play with one of his most famous photographs, like changing the scenery, adding some effects and even Gordon Ramsay next to him causing a hilarious photoshop battle.