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People photography by Mohammed Baqer

People photography by Mohammed Baqer

Mohammed Baqer: website / flickr / facebook / 500px
Famous paintings recreated with food by Tatiana Shkondina

Famous paintings recreated with food by Tatiana Shkondina

Thanks to her great imagination and aliments she gathered, food stylist and photographer Tatiana Shkondina has recreated paintings of famous artist such as Magritte, Mondrian and Dali. Tatiana Shkondina: portfolio Via: fubiz.net
Rocks, gravity and patience - Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Rocks, gravity and patience – Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Working only with rocks, gravity, and patience, artist Michael Grab builds precarious towers and bridges that seem to defy gravity. Grab first tried stone balancing during the summer of 2008 while exploring Boulder Creek in Boulder, Colorado, and quickly discovered an innate ability to build increasingly complicated, free standing stacks of rocks. While his stone...
InMotion - My life in movement, project by Haze Kware

InMotion – My life in movement, project by Haze Kware

French photographer Haze Kware presents today his InMotion project, mixing dance, movement and urban exploration into beautiful images. Based in Strasbourg, Haze Kware photographs dancers, performers, artists, in original, unusual and atypical places of San Francisco, New York, or Paris. A project of book and exhibition is also planned for 2015. Haze Kware: website /...
20 years of street photography by Hans Eijkelboom

20 years of street photography by Hans Eijkelboom

Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom captures the universal anti-style of pedestrians around the world. In his latest project, People of the Twenty-First Century (Phaidon, $35), the Dutch photographer shares the results of 20 years of lurking and shooting along the world’s busiest streets. The images reflect just how completely average we all are. Heavily influenced by...
Otherworldly icescapes inside a historic Chicago cold storage facility

Otherworldly icescapes inside a historic Chicago cold storage facility

Unique ice formations which grew over an estimated 13 year period on a decommisioned freezer floor of Fulton Cold Storage in Chicago. Gary Jensen: website Via: thisiscolossal.com
Danmala, flower mandalas by Kathy Klein

Danmala, flower mandalas by Kathy Klein

In vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers the giving of flower circles Kathy Klein is a devout lover of plants, animals, people and the divine presence within all. She creates the danmalas by first centering herself in a meditative devotional space. Next she gathers flowers and natural objects while her mind is...
Macro snowflake photos by Josh Shackleford

Macro snowflake photos by Josh Shackleford

Super macro shots of snowflakes using a Sony A77 and a reverse mounted lens on a full set of extension tubes. These were all done handheld (no tripod). Josh Shackleford: behance / flickr
The Inner Light, photography by Francisco Provedo

The Inner Light, photography by Francisco Provedo

Part 1 of a technical and spiritual experimentation, nature, human and photography Francisco Provedo: behance / facebook
Mother of 4 wakes up early to make creative breakfasts for her kids

Mother of 4 wakes up early to make creative breakfasts for her kids

“My name is Anne Widya and, since my kids were little, I’ve loved trying new recipes, and making fruit carvings and other cute things out of food for my kids since they were little. I get inspiration from my 4 children, friends and everything around me. If I see a cute toy, or pictures from...
Japanese cat owners turn IKEA doll beds into adorable cat beds

Japanese cat owners turn IKEA doll beds into adorable cat beds

Some clever Japanese cat owners have re-purposed a simple but popular doll bed from IKEA, turning it into an adorable bed for their cats and other pets. The $20 Duktig is officially a toy bed for children’s dolls, but it also seems to have become IKEA’s first foray into the pet furniture market. Incidentally, the...
Amazing photos of foxes in the Arctic Circle by Ivan Kislov

Amazing photos of foxes in the Arctic Circle by Ivan Kislov

Russia’s remote north-eastern Chukotka region is an inhospitable arctic tundra, but even in this brutal landscape, Russian photographer Ivan Kislov can find beautiful signs of life among the foxes that live and hunt here in the wild. He agreed to talk to Bored Panda and tell us more about his amazing photos. Kislov, who lives...

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