The brilliant films that Hayao Miyazaki made together with Studio Ghibli are some of the deepest, most touching and unforgettable animation films ever made. If you’re as crazy about some of his classic movies as we are, then you’ll love this list of Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli gift ideas!
Claudio Montesano Casillas documents the women-only driving programs fighting for gender equality.
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In ‘The Fiction Landscapes’, artist J.Frede scours flea markets looking for photos he’d eventually piece together like a puzzle. The result is a new photo depicting a bigger, more expansive … Read more
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As the 66th National Book Awards Ceremony is held in New York City on Wednesday, admire the magnificence of the library book
Teaching is a tough job, and many of us give teachers less credit than they deserve. The awesome teachers in this list are shining examples of the brilliant things that can happen when they let their senses of humor shine through!
South of the Ural Mountains, Russian villages bear names of European cities they conquered throughout history.
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Adam Senatori spent two days photographing the extravaganza that is the Dubai Air Show.
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Julija K., an animation student in Germany who goes by Miyuli online, has created a fun series of images in which she uses her cat to explore different illustration styles. The cat, who remains nameless, goes through radical transformations as he (or she) turns into cats that could’ve been drawn by Disney, Tim Burton or even Dr. Seuss!
Fascinated by a butterfly’s ability to mimic its surroundings, Paris-based photographer Seb Janiak has come up with a series that shows these insects becoming the very thing they try to … Read more
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A brother and sister set out to capture the buildings and scars on England’s capital after WWII.
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Back in October we were left swooning over Norway’s stunning fjords thanks to kayaker and photographer Tomasz Furmanek. His incredible photography on Instagram made us all want to go kayaking … Read more
My dear 13-years-old daughter designed, crafted and created this amazing Star Wars identification kit for a friend’s birthday present. The aim of this kit was to match the 20 Star Wars characters to their corresponding names. This awesome piece of art was crafted from singed pages of a book by which each character is hand drawn with felt tip black pen and shaded with colour pencils.
The ‘Star Wars’ sets and locations in Tunisia are a sight for any homesick Jawa’s sore eyes.
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What’s better than vlogs? Accidental vlogs! Irish dad Joseph Griffin has recently filmed his entire trip to Las Vegas on a GoPro facing the wrong direction without realizing and the internet loves it!
Fall is here. All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey. That means it’s time to curl up and keep warm next to the fires of Internet indignation.
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We might not be done with racism just yet. Donna Pinckley highlights this issue by taking photos of interracial couples in the Southern states of the US and pairing them with the hateful comments they’ve received over the years. She takes the photos in black and white to emphasize the affection these couples have for each other instead on focusing on their skin tones.
In the latest episode of the ‘Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy’ podcast author William Shunn talks about the stunt that got him banned from returning to Canada.
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Space photos of the week, November 8–15.
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A Northern California family built a Death Star on their roof. Here’s how they did it.
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