Joanna von Mruff’s dream to visit DPR has finally come true this September. The visited Pyongyang, DMZ, the Diamond Mountain and more. She says that it is not that bad everybody believes it to be there. She also explains that a lot of western tourists claim that it is “illegal” to take photos in North Korea almost everywhere when in really it is not like it.
LA based model Deddeh Howard has created a new photo-project called Black Mirror to raise awareness about the lack of diversity in the fashion industry with her. She recreates famous fashion campaigns where she takes place of major modelling stars. She explains, "For this project I decided to re-shoot several of the inspiring and famous campaigns out there and try to show what they could look like with a black model. Why can’t the big brands not embrace our diversity more and give all of us visibility? With this Black Mirror project I hope to show the world that it is time for all of us being seen."
Mike Thomas bought 9 meter (30ft) concrete Latchingdon Water Tower that was falling apart in 2013 for £197,000. It is located 24 km (15 miles) from Chelmsford and boasts stunning views over the Crouch estuary in Essex. It took the new owner 2 years to transform the industrial structure that was built in the 1930s to luxury three bedroom home with an indoor gym. He spent nearly £250,000 on renovation. The two-year project saw the tower completely refurbished and it is now habitable for the first time since it was last used nearly 30 years ago.
Imgur user DanCumming was selling his bike when a scammer contacted him. He quickly understood what it was about and decided to make a little trolling.
Paleontologist Lida Xing discovered the first known dinosaur tail which has feathers while collecting samples in Myanmar last year. The tail was preserved in the piece of amber the size and shape of a dried apricot. Scientists believe that the tail is around 99 million years old and that it belonged to a juvenile coelurosaur.