How Famous Artists Would Plate their ThanksGiving Feast by Hannah Rothstein

It is finally that time of the year to cook and share a bountiful meal with family and friends. Yes, thanksgiving is here, let’s get the turkey done and watch the parade as we thank for all the blessings we had. We all know about the traditional American Thanksgiving dinner, but have you ever thought how would famous artists plate their thanksgiving? Well, the conceptual artist and painter Hannah Rothstein did. Her work focuses on finding humorous ways to look at ordinary … [Read more...]

New Stunning Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich

We love the delicate siamese fighting fish portraits by Visarute Angkatavanich. The Bangkok based photographer has been featured here before for his stunning images of ornamental fish species.  Siamese Fighting fish, usually referred to as Betta fish, is a type of fish that is popular as an aquarium fish. His work continues to impress me, the movement an depth of these images create an ethereal atmosphere that simply can't be ignored. Fine art prints of these stunning … [Read more...]

20 Photographs That Will Show You How Crowded China Really Is

China overpopulation problems are nowhere near resolution. Here are some images that can give you some insight into what the problem looks in the streets of China. A tourist resort in Daying County provides a, not so exclusive, escape from the summer heat. A woman collects her bicycle from a parking lot outside of a subway station in Beijing. In China, even if you have a drivers license, you can't buy a car. You have to ask the government for a permit to be able to drive … [Read more...]

30 Crazy Things Photographers Will Do to Get the Shot

This is too funny, Enjoy. Via: Earth Porn … [Read more...]

Photographer Removes Smartphones from Photographs to Portray our Addiction to Technology

Photographer Eric Pickersgill created this collection of photographs called Removed to illustrate how bizarre would life be if we removed out digital devices. The idea came when the artist sat by a family at a restaurant and noticed that there was no human interaction happening when everybody compulsively used their phones. “This phantom limb is used as a way of signaling busyness and unapproachability, while at the same time existing as an addictive force that promotes the … [Read more...]

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