Yes, 2012 is long over, but it’s never too late to appreciate these absolutely stunning pictures of animals taken throughout the course of the past year.
Lyly Spitfire’s cosplay skills aren’t just amazing for her great costuming abilities, but also because her figure is out of this world.
Even without services, worshipers, or even windows, these 7 abandoned churches are utterly gorgeous and intriguing, even if they still are a little creepy.
We tend to always think of people from the past having great style, but that’s mostly because we only see pictures of those who happened to be in the limelight. These pictures of terrible daguerrotype hair styles are a good reminder that no matter what the time period, there were some seriously atrocious styles.
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Photographer and food-lover Kelly McCollam has a unique recipe for making fantastic art. That’s because she uses salt, spices and food coloring to reconstruct classic paintings by Vincent Van Gogh. While here art is simply fantastic, it’s certainly a lot easier to hang an <a href=”http://www.neatoshop.com/product/Inflatable-Van-Gogh”>inflatable Van Gogh painting</a> on your walls rather than a plate of spices.
Surely you already know nature is filled with beautiful sights, but for a remind of just how stunning and varied our wonderful planet is, don’t miss these amazing pictures of nature.
Dennis Ziliotto’s amazing wonderland photos are simply fascinating in their creativity and weirdness. Click to see the rest of the pictures.
Artists Janna and JS wanted to make their graffiti interact with the viewers in any given city, so they started painting each other holding cameras. While seeing these artworks in person is pretty cool, it also results in even more amazing photos, where the art looks like it is taking a picture of a passerby as someone else just happened to snap a picture of the action. Check out more of these great designs over at WebUrbanist.