Las distorsionadas visiones del cuerpo de Kyuin Shim - Cultura Inquieta
Experimental Art-Huk Huk-Bowl and Small Space by South Korean Digital Artist Kyu-In Shim
Shanghai's Bike Couriers
exPress-o: Shanghai's Bike Couriers. Photos by Alain Delorme. Impressive stacking skills by the bike couriers. Unusual sculptures of typical goods are fascinating to see them balanced and kept in place while biking.
Surreal Paintings Ripping Through the Canvas
Self Portrait Jim Warrren.
Zdzisław Beksiński, 24 February 1929 – 21 February was a renowned Polish painter, photographer, and sculptor. Beksiński executed his paintings and drawings either in what he called a 'Baroque' or a 'Gothic' manner.
Amazing Cement Dragon Bursts Through Wall
Yang Yongliang - Cement Dragon Bursts Through Wall
kyle bean arms forbidden fruit with self-defense devices
Conceptual set designer Kyle Bean collaborated with photographer Aaron Tilley on a dark, tongue-in-cheek and gorgeous editorial for artsy food magazine The Gourmand. Dubbed ‘Forbidden Fruits,’ it’s a very simple concept yet greatly executed.
Artist Meticulously Crochets Wire to Create Anatomically Correct Heart
Artist Meticulously Crochets Anatomically Correct Heart From Wire
Picture Of An Overloaded Car - Car Talk - Nigeria
The mountain village of Masuleh in Iran. Houses are built into the mountain side. Some families are so poor in Iran that they had to start villages like this.
Funny safety as work pictures. You would not believe what people do at work. Even with the pictures, you may think some were faked, but Will and Guy cannot see the joins!
An Indian train covered with people. There are a lot of roof riders and people riding between car junctions on the trains in India. Though this appears to be a staged sort of how-many-people-can-we-get photo.
One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant
The world's longest traffic jam took place in Beijing, China. It was over 60 miles long and lasted 11 days! *** I would of died or just abandoned the car! Note to self: Avoid Beijing, China!
What an image! Photo intitulée "The wedding night" de Mohammadreza Momeni - Sar Agha Seyed Village, Zagros Mountains Iran - April 2013