Mesmerizing Interiors Of Iran’s Mosques Captured In Rare Photographs By Mohammad Domiri
28 Jul

Mesmerizing Interiors Of Iran’s Mosques Captured In Rare Photographs By Mohammad Domiri

Architecture Photography Arab architecture architectural photography full-page 28th of July 2014

Mohammad Domiri, a talented architectural photographer from northern Iran, takes stunning photos of grandiose mosque architecture throughout the Middle East. Middle Eastern architecture is often recognized by its elegantly curved arches and spiraling columns, which feature heavily throughout Domiri's photos.

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Palestinians Turn Smoke From Israeli Rocket Strikes Into Powerful Images
28 Jul

Palestinians Turn Smoke From Israeli Rocket Strikes Into Powerful Images

Art Drawing Belal Khaled drawing Gaza 28th of July 2014

The conflict in the Middle East rages on, but many supporters of Israel and of Palestine alike can agree that the innocent civilian lives lost during the conflict are a tragedy. Two Palestinians, Tawfik Gebreel and Belal Khaled, have found their own way to grieve for the dead and to cope their strong emotions about the conflict – by drawing images that they see in the smoke rising from the sites of Israeli rocket strikes.

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Clever Urban Art On Railroad Tracks By Artur Bordalo
25 Jul

Clever Urban Art On Railroad Tracks By Artur Bordalo

Art Street Art art on railroads art on railway Artur Bordalo 25th of July 2014

Trains and railroad tunnels have always been popular canvases for street artists, but this work by Portugese artist Artur Bordalo is probably the first time we've seen street art done on the tracks themselves. He started drawing on railways earlier this year in various locations throughout Portugal, incorporting the tracks' strong horizontal lines into the compositions of his works.

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This Vending Machine Takes Bottles And Gives Food To Stray Dogs In Exchange
25 Jul

This Vending Machine Takes Bottles And Gives Food To Stray Dogs In Exchange

Animals Creative Products community community effort community support 25th of July 2014

A company in Turkey called Pugedon has created a somewhat bizarre but effective way to kill two birds with one stone – their vending machine in Istanbul takes bottles deposited for recycling and dispenses food for the city's stray dogs. The machine works because the profit from the recycled bottles covers the cost of the dog food that the machine dispenses.

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Creative Dad Invents A Tool That Can Fill 100 Water Balloons A Minute
24 Jul

Creative Dad Invents A Tool That Can Fill 100 Water Balloons A Minute

Creative Products Parenting balloons Bunch O Balloons family fun 24th of July 2014

Just as gunpowder and the atomic bomb revolutionized human warfare as we know it, this clever invention by Josh Malone, a Texas-based father of eight, will change summer water balloon warfare forever. His Bunch O Balloons hose fixture is capable of filling 37 water balloons in 20 seconds (or, Malone claims, 100 in a minute).

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The Faceless People In Chris McKenney’s Photos Will Give you Nightmares
23 Jul

The Faceless People In Chris McKenney’s Photos Will Give you Nightmares

Photography Weird Christopher McKenney Christopher Ryan Mckenney concept 23rd of July 2014

Art doesn't just have to be beautiful rainbows, sunshine and kittens – there is true art and beauty in horror as well. Chsristopher McKenney, a U.S.-based conceptual photographer, understands this perfectly. His dark and twisted surreal photography is terrifyingly... beautiful. Each photo is filled with symbolism and meaning that each of us can interpret for ourselves.

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Giant Life-Like Moths And Butterflies Made Of Embroidered Fabric by Yumi Okita
23 Jul

Giant Life-Like Moths And Butterflies Made Of Embroidered Fabric by Yumi Okita

Art Sculpting butterflies butterfly embroidery 23rd of July 2014

Yumi Okita, a talented North Carolina-based artist, creates beautiful embroidered art depicting large moths, the less popular but no less beautiful cousin of the ubiquitous butterfly. Okita's creations, replete with fur, eyes, legs, antennae, and finely-embroidered wing patterns, strike a fine balance between artistry and realism.

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