Photo-Realistic Painting by Diego Gavinese

By on January 11, 2012, in Paintings

Diego Gravinese is a photo-realistic painter from Argentina. His works are oil on canvas and acrylic replications of photographs.
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Perfection of Water Drops by Markus Reugels

By on January 10, 2012, in Concept Art

German photographer Markus Reugels specializes in high-speed photography, and captures water drops with impressive skills. The result is astonishing!
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The Worlds Largest Cruise Ship – Allure of The Seas

By on January 7, 2012, in Architecture

MS Allure of the Seas is a cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Together with her sister ship, Oasis of the Seas, she holds the record for the largest passenger ship ever constructed, 360 metres, although the Allure is 50 millimetres longer than the Oasis, making her technically the largest despite the fact that both ships have identical superstructures. It holds 16 passenger decks, can receive 5400 passengers and cruises at a 22 knots speed.
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Most Expensive Car Ever Sold – Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic

By on January 4, 2012, in Design

Considered by some to be the most beautiful pre-war car, the Atlantic body Type 57S featured flowing coupe lines with a pronounced dorsal seam running front to back. Just four Atlantics were made. Only two of the cars survive. One is in the collection of Ralph Lauren, the second was owned by Dr. Peter Williamson, and won the 2003 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Williamson’s car was sold for between $30 and $40 million at an auction in May 2010 to the Mullin Automotive Museum located in Oxnard, California.
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Editorial Photography by Dean Bradshaw

By on January 3, 2012, in Photography

Dean Bradshaw is orgininaly from Australian, now based in California. Using a combination of advanced lighting techniques, photoshop and CGI, he builds images that snap, crackle and pop.
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Colorful Graphic Design by Lily Andrea Seidel

By on January 2, 2012, in Illustrations

Lily Andrea Seidel is an artist and graphic designer from South-Germany. She is specialized is fractal art, photo manipulation, vector art, wallpaper art and logo art.
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The Streets of San Francisco by Dan Ng

By on January 1, 2012, in Photography

“What would San Francisco be without its steep hills? Well for one, if would be much easier to walk around and without much effort. It would be easier to park a car and not have to curb the wheels. We would not have runaway vehicles and tennis balls. On the other hand, we would not have cable cars, beautiful views and quaint neighborhoods. We would not have the many movies and postcard images to view. In fact, San Francisco would not be San Francisco.” – Dan Ng
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Ants Color Experiment by Mohamed Babu

By on December 31, 2011, in Photography

Indian scientist Mohamed Babu has discovered something quite colorful! His wife had influenced his idea of giving ants brightly colored sugar drops after she spilled milk on the floor, which the ants in turn sipped on causing their bellies to turn white.
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Beautifully Crafted Paper Design by Yulia Brodskaya

By on December 29, 2011, in Concept Art

Yulia Brodskaya is a Russian artist living in the UK. She has swiftly earned an international reputation for her innovative paper illustrations and continues to create beautifully detailed paper designs for clients all around the world.
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Dancers In Motion by Bill Wadman

By on December 28, 2011, in Photography

American artist Bill Wadman has captured dancers in flowing motion with long exposure photography in a project titled “Motion”. The first words that came to my mind were beautiful, graceful and fluid.
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