Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Photographer Edy Hrjoe probably does not believe in miracles. Otherwise, how to explain what he sees superheroes exclusively in a domestic environment, without the courage and romance. Toy characters "Avengers" he depicted in unusual situations for the viewer. Explore below the secret life of superhero toys in the photographs of Edy Hrjoe.

Superheroes in Real Life: The Secret Life Of Superhero Toys in the Photographs of Edy Hrjoe

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Monday, 2 March 2015

In the Caribbean there are British overseas territory, under the name of Turks and Caicos, consisting of three dozen islands that are arbitrary and are divided into two parts: the Turks and Caicos. However, we will tell you about a small lagoon island of Providenciales, is an island in the northwest Caicos Islands. It's called Chalk Sound and is considered a marine reserve. The local water is so clear that all the surrounding nature looks native virgin. Within the lagoon swimming is forbidden to move on with the motor vehicles. Moreover, there is absolutely no algae. Much of the lagoon is shallow and dotted with tiny coral islands. Tourist visits in Chalk Sound prohibited. You can only watch from the sea or from the shore. Perhaps this is the only way to preserve nature in its original form. See below the best Turks And Caicos Resort's nature photography of "Chalk Sound" get inspired.

Turks And Caicos Resorts: Fantastic Nature Photography of Chalk Sound

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Thursday, 26 February 2015

World Polish artist Joanna Sierko-Filipowska is a talented artist whose paintings are based on kindness, dreams, boundless imaginations, romance, and magic. Through beautiful paintings the artist takes us into the world of dream in which most of us are either long forgotten or that we simply stopped believing. Girls with followers, delicate pastel colors, butterfly girl with angel wings make you forget about the problems, at least for a few minutes. take a look at absolutely dreamy paintings of Joanna Sierko-Filipowska.

Absolutely Dreamy Painting by Joanna Sierko-Filipowska

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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

When the world celebrated Valentine's Day, in the French resort town of Menton opened the 82nd annual Festival of lemons. Until March 4 everyone can admire numerous sculptures made of lemons, oranges and grapefruits. The theme of this year's festival was China, so all the work has been completed in Chinese subjects. Checkout below colorful Lemon festival called "Fete Du Citron" and make your day bright. I'm sure these wonderful giant sculptures will catch your attention.

Lemon Festival: Absolutely Wonderful Giant Sculptures Made From Citrus Fruits

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Friday, 20 February 2015

The Swiss company Rinspeed has decided to show the autonomous driving concept car, which is created on the basis of the electric BMW i3. Everything works quite simply. Look above the roof turbo device. This telescopic laser sensor, which is the basis of autopilot. Telescopic allows the sensor to climb on the roof to a height of 70 centimeters. In turn, the laser itself fixes the surroundings and transmits the information to the system. Rinspeed Budii is very clever vehicle. Electric is able to communicate with devices and other road vehicles. At the same time, if you get tired just be a passenger, you will always have the opportunity to return to the traditional driving.

Rinspeed Budii Autopilot Car BMW i3 Concept

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Thursday, 19 February 2015

It is another story who published at several newspaper. It's about tradition, which is very common in the territory of present-day in Thailand. We will tell you about one such great event, held in a Buddhist temple, capital of the country. The first question that may arise, why the bride and groom go to the coffin (grave), if they are going on the contrary live happily ever after.

Oddly enough, but couple goes, take photos and Buddhist monk chants as a groom and a bride lay inside a pink coffin during their wedding ceremony at Wat Takien temple in Nonthaburi province.  These photos were taken by DAMIR SAGOLJ/REUTERS. On Valentine's Day just ten couples took part in an unusual wedding ceremony. Couples believe that in this way they will get rid of all problems and be happy in the coffin of life. Checkout below pictures of Unusual Wedding Ceremony "Wedding in a Coffin" in Thailand.

Unusual Wedding Ceremony "Wedding in a Coffin" in Thailand

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Monday, 16 February 2015

Jefta is a talented digital Dutch artist who born in Mons (Belgium) in 1987. Artist began his image exploration, when he was at the age of thirteen. With passage of time he initiated and developed his different techniques which stem from his passionate artist’s inspiration. He experimented, looking, developing different techniques to put them at the service of his ideas. Jafta has created re-structures, sculptures and remodels of the human body that he uses as the main support for his artistic message.

Recently he reveals his digital art series titled "Human Sculpture".
About this series Jefta says, "The human body is a subject constantly changing. Between stress and body movements like the subject is used as a brush is using himself as a medium to generate complex shapes. Human Sculpture The project is a search based on motion capture of a body, the study of the traces left by the passage of a living being. Members movement multiply. Completing the pictorial space between empty and full, human sculpture is becoming more space. The repetition of the different members intersect and overlap, allows to perceive the traces of movement frozen in space. Name Human Sculpture arises because the human body is the only material used to generate these shapes. Jefta developed a sub processing program that, from a video stream, to break down a movement in the form of a set of images and assemble them into one. This allows you to view the body in motion from different angles, but to sum it up in one image."

Human Sculptures by Digital Artist Jefta

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