In ‘Bodyscapes’, Russian photographer Anton Belovodchenko shows us that the human body – the female form, specifically – is truly a work of art. A masterpiece, even. With dancers and yogis as his models, Belovodchenko has them perform contortionist poses that bring out gorgeous details, like spines, muscle fibers, and ribs. Aided by simple black […]
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Is there anything cuter than baby pandas snoozing in baskets? Ten baby pandas made their debut public appearance at China’s Ya’an Bi Feng Xia Giant Panda Breeding Center on Friday. The pandas range in age from one week to two months old and were part of a ‘healthy boom’ in the birth of panda cubs. […]
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Anuar Patjane shoots incredible black and white images of life beneath the sea, bringing you into a world few of us ever see.
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Space photos of the week, August 15–22.
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WIRED goes down the rabbit hole to discover the best Instagram has to offer.
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In Tasmania, a wrinkly little dog is quickly becoming a star on Instagram with his stoic expression and adorable costumes. Meet Paddington, one of the most photogenic Shar Peis in the world. With the help of his loving human, Annie Jacob, the five-year-old pooch puts on different costumes that will surely tug on your heart […]
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From sports channels to cable news networks, TV studios in the UAE are a colorful, elaborate production.
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Though they may rip you to shreds if you get too close, we can’t help but see these massive polar giants as straight-up cuties when they’re frolicking around colourful fields. Canadian photographer Dennis Fast snapped the pictures of a lifetime when he ventured to Northern Canada’s Hudson Bay, near lodges run by Churchill Wild in […]
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Victoria Siemer’s Instagram captures the entire world in a single cup.
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You’d think being on the national emblem would secure you an escorted red carpet crossing in Australia, but not in Mt. Buller, Victoria. Reddit user Brotary posted this picture of a roo waiting out the traffic by the side of the road in the countryside as vehicles drove closely by. Now, in all my time driving […]
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Instructional books from the ’60s are transformed into wacky animations all about self-improvement.
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Photographer Meagan Abell was rummaging through old photographs at her local op-shop when she stumbled upon a series of negatives. She took them home, scanned them and in her own words, her reaction was simply: ‘holy wow they are beautiful!’. Abell posted the scanned negatives on Facebook late last month with the hashtag #FindTheGirlsOnTheNegatives in […]
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In her series ‘Dancing with Costica’, Australian artist Jane Long revives vintage photographs by transporting the people inside them to fantastical worlds of colour and surrealism. Using the World War I photos by Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, Long restored and digitally manipulated them to create entirely new stories of people long forgotten. Most, if not […]
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Ryota Kajita wanders out in the Alaskan wilderness, documenting methane gas frozen under the ice.
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Aussie photographer Alex Cearns can see the beauty in every animal, including those that might not look like your average pet. In her photo series ‘Perfect Imperfection’, Cearns photographs all kinds of beautiful animals that have struggled to overcome cancer, blindness, mange, and abuse at the hand of humans. In an interview with Bored Panda, Alex […]
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On his Instagram account, ‘@parisianfloors’, photographer Sebastian Erras shows us that you don’t have to look far to see something beautiful. Sometimes all you have to do is look down. Inspired by the intricate patterns of mosaic floors he saw in Marrakech, Erras decided to document the stunning views below his feet starting with the […]
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New Zealand-based food photographer Henry Hargreaves knows (as we all do) that sodas have dangerously high sugar content. Not satisfied with just knowing the facts, he wanted to see it for himself. How? By turning various drinks into lollipops. After boiling various sodas, Hargreaves was able to separate the water from the sweet syrupy goo. […]
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Still-life photographer Dina Belenko recently captured the mesmerising beauty of outer space without the use of a telescope. Instead, she used doughnuts, cookies, and cupcakes. Taking up the challenge of the ‘Endless Book Project’, wherein participants had to put out one artwork every week for a year, Belenko decided to illustrate heavenly bodies using heavenly […]
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