This Mom Photographer Takes Magical Photos Of Her Family, And They Might Just Brighten Your Day (80 Pics)

Usually, when a baby is born, the family takes it upon themselves to document the early lives of the said baby, capturing everything from their first word to their first steps. The said photos, videos, and artwork often have a lot of sentimental value for the families and it is something they treasure a lot even after many years have passed.

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20 Surreal Photos I Took In My Garage Without Using Photoshop

I love making surrealistic photo portraits using props, practical effects, and illusions. Since I didn’t want to resort to photo editing to create my images, I knew that I would have to get physical and build my own photo backdrops.

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‘Old Photos In Real Life’: 35 Pics That Show How Much Time Affects Everything (New Pics)

Our passion for photography is only matched by our love of history and everything that’s vintage. We firmly believe that only a solid grasp of history can help us avoid repeating the mistakes of the past and lead to a better future for everyone. And there’s nothing like a direct comparison to really show us how much time and life have changed things.

That’s the beauty of the ‘Old Photos In Real Life’ subreddit, a celebration of the contrast between the past and modern life. The page features photos from both the past and present, comparing them side by side in order for everyone to truly get how deep some of the changes go. And, in some rare cases, how in some locations things have pretty much stayed more or less the same over the decades and even centuries.

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35 Times Travelers Were So Stunned By The Place They Visited, They Just Had To Share Pics In This Group

With summer slowly approaching and covid-related restrictions being less strict than in the first stages of the pandemic, many of us are starting about thinking where to spend our next vacation.

A place that helps you to make up your mind is the subreddit r/travel — an online community about exploring the world. Its 6 million members post questions, tips, stories, and just overall good content from everywhere around the globe. But what we’re interested in the most are their pictures.

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“Bizarre Buildings”: This Twitter Page Shares Interesting Photos Of Weird And Unique Buildings (20 Pics)

Sometimes architects go too far showing off their creativity that people get confused if they should praise the aesthetics of a building or despise the lack of practicality.

There are many crazy buildings out there in the world that you might not be aware of. So, today we are introducing the Twitter page “Bizarre Buildings”. Just have a look at the pictures listed in the gallery below to see some of the most absurd designs architects came up with.

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“Fruit Gone Bad”: Artist Illustrates Slightly Inappropriate Conversations Between Fruits And Other Inanimate Objects (20 New Pics)

Imagination is one of the favorite tools of most artists, and if someone knows how to play with it correctly, they can not only create new worlds but also entertain our existing world out there.

A New York cartoonist who goes by the name “Fruit Gone Bad” uses his imagination to create a secret world of fruits, vegetables, and other inanimate objects, and his illustrations are pretty hilarious. The characters in his comics communicate like humans and they often talk dirty too! Scroll below to read some of his comics, and if you wish to explore more from this artist, check out our earlier post here.

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Life in a Notebook: This Prague-Based Artist Draws Interactive Illustrations Using Everyday Objects (70 New Pics)

Prague-based artist Kristián Mensa is living proof that talent and creativity can manifest pretty much everywhere if you take your time to look really look for it. Mensa’s work usually has real-life objects used as part of his illustrations: he integrates a seemingly out-of-place item and draws on top of it, creating eye-catching artwork.

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Incredibly Detailed Paper Sculptures By Artist Lisa Lloyd (39 Pics)

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lisa Lloyd, who is an artist from the United Kingdom. She creates beautiful paper sculptures of birds, flowers, and other amazingly detailed things. Her work is mostly three-dimensional and is usually inspired by the colors and patterns of nature, giving her artworks a rather surreal look.

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I Use Everyday Objects To Create Tiny Worlds (20 New Pics)

I’ve spent 5 years creating this project called “Tiny Wasteland.” The series features miniature figures placed next to everyday objects in order to create the illusion of microscopic worlds.

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Brazilian Artist Creates Heartbreaking Comics Without Using A Single Word (7 New Illustrations) Interview With Artist

Ademar Vieira might be a familiar name to you already since Bored Panda has featured quite a few of his sensitive and heartfelt illustrations telling stories about the wrongs of our society.

Ademar is a Brazilian illustrator, journalist and screenwriter who has mastered the art of visual storytelling. Today, we want to share his 7 new silent narratives that touch on topics of concern, such as refugees, homelessness, destruction of nature and the most recent event that has shocked and thrilled the hearts of many people around the world—the full-scale war in Ukraine. All of that is told with almost no words because an image is a universal language understood by all.

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