Moments by Adrian Murray

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Adrian Murray is a photographer based out of Louisville Kentucky. He specializes in portraits, and children portraits. Adrian Murray made it his mission to capture his children’s beautiful childhood moments through his lens. Adrian Murray’s beautiful portraits tell a story of childhood that all of us can relate to. His …

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Giant Visions of Humanity in Harmony with Landscape by Hans Peter Kolb

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German digital artist Hans Peter Kolb has a very unique visual style.

Kolb’s photo-surrealistic works encourage the viewer to dream as we view each piece’s intricate detail. The artist shows us the love affair between natural life and human life, using bold colors drawn from nature.

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Red Sprite Lightning – Explosions in the Sky

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“Sprites are large-scale electrical discharges that occur high above thunderstorm clouds, or cumulonimbus, giving rise to a quite varied range of visual shapes flickering in the night sky. They are triggered by the discharges of positive lightning between an underlying thundercloud and the ground. Sprites appear as luminous reddish-orange flashes. …

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Makeup Transformations By Stephanie Fernandez

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19-year-old Stephanie Fernandez — a self-taught freelance makeup artist and photographer from Shreveport, Louisiana — has taken a series of photos that document her many creepy and colorful makeup transformations.

“My name is Stephanie Fernandez. I am 19-years-old and I am a self-taught, freelance makeup artist located in Shreveport, Louisiana. …

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World of “Hello Kitty”: Celebrate Hello Kitty’s 40th Anniversary

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Celebrate Hello Kitty’s 40th Anniversary at the first ever official Hello Kitty Convention in the world! Hello Kitty Con 2014 is a global gathering of fans and friends to celebrate all things Hello Kitty.

Taking place at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Downtown LA’s Little …

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Modified Learjet to Capture Jaw-Dropping Airplane Footage

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“These shots were filmed in close formation with the Vectorvision camera system installed in the highly modified Wolfe Air LearJet 25. Cameras used are the Red Epic and Arriflex Alexa. Wolfe Air Project Coordinator: Beth Miles Wolfe Air Pilots: Craig Hosking, Ace Beall, Kevin LaRosa, Kevin LaRosa Jr, Jeff Senior …

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Ordinary People in the World of Giant Billboards by Natan Dvir’s

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Very interesting photographs showing the clash of two worlds – the advertising and reality – presented in the project titled “Coming soon” by photographer Natan Dvir. Author perfectly showed a contrast between luxury with posters and ordinary life of ordinary people. Take a look at project «Coming soon» or ordinary people in …

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“Visible Light”: Explores Light as a Primary Subjec

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Since 2010, Connecticut-based artist Alexander Harding has worked on a series of photographs titled Visible Light that explores light as a primary subject.

Harding says he is inspired in part by artist James Turrell, known for his exceptionally large light installations, and who once stated, “light is not so much …

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Yusuke Asai’s Sprawling New Large-Scale Mud Mural Comes to Houston, Texas

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Artist and painter Yusuke Asai has a new mud mural on display at Houston’s Rice Gallery.

Yusuke Asai doesn’t use store bought materials to create his murals. Instead, he sources pigments found in local mud and sand, producing, what could very well be, the truest “site-specific” mural.

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Incredibly Realistic Food Samples Made Uses Wax

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Gujo town in Gifu prefecture of Japan is the place where technology of making these ultra-realistic food samples used to show menu in Japanese restaurants began. These samples are made out of plastic, wax and other materials, and then painted. It is also possible to try making some simple samples …

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