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This is a very rare Coke poster that was an ad published in South Australia in the 1980s. At least, this is what a guy who sells it on eBay says. The artist who drew this, hid the picture in the Coke advertisement, and the ad went into the market unnoticed. Of course, when the drawing was finally noticed, all posters were at once recalled and the artist was fired and sued.
Leonardo DiCaprio became famous and popular all over the world in 1997 when the movie Titanic was released. This was probably the best year for him. What is actor’s life like in photographs? Let’s see how he has changed over the years.
This bench will surprise you. If you are a Futurama TV show fan, you will definitely love it. If not, you will still be amazed by this unusual park bench.
After Robert Gill decided to lose extra weight, he came up with creative and awesome ideas how to implement his wish into life. He took a picture of himself before and after his unusual training course. Watch the video to understand what he went through in order to achieve such amazing results.
This Friday collection of gif images is beautiful, funny or horrific. Everyone will find something to his taste.
Celebrities also have bad days. But paparazzi are always there hunting for famous people even on such days. Here is a collection of the most unflattering pictures of celebs.
Since jailbreak and unlock has become legal in the USA, it is interesting to hear Steve Job’s reaction on jailbreaking. This is hilarious!
Different photographs of weapon shots. All these battles and military trainings look pretty wild.
There are many unique and original ways to ask somebody out on a date, but this second picture is probably the cutest invitation ever.
Just like Kung Fu Panda, these birds seem to have studied martial arts.
How much, do you think, Michael Jordan makes every second, hour, day? This graphic shows his fantastic earnings in details.
An interesting compilation of retro pictures of Tour de France, a bicycle race that covers approximately 3,600 kilometers (2,200 mi) throughout France and bordering countries.
These are dazzling examples of digital portraits of men that look very realistic. I think it is difficult to capture male beauty, but these artists have succeeded in digital art like no one else. Talented and gorgeous paintings will surely draw your attention, as all these portraits show either famous men or simply handsome and sexy guys.
Other examples of beautiful digital paintings:
Baby foxes are really cute and sweet, just like puppies or kittens. They are absolutely tamed and are available for adoption. Wondering how much one costs? Go inside the post to see the price.
Awil Salah Osman is an ordinary boy in Somalia. He looks like so many other boys in the world, with ripped-up cloths and eyes eager for attention. But he is different. Awil is carrying a fully loaded Kalashnikov rifle, because he works for a military that is financed and armed by the United States of America. He is only 12 years old, but he is already responsible for his checkpoint and stops the drivers who are trying to sneak past it.
It’s a well-known fact that radical Islamist insurgents in Somalia pluck kids off soccer fields and turn them into fighters. Awil isn’t a rebel. He works for Transitional Federal Government in Somalia and is paid only $1.50 a day. But hundreds of other children come on the front lines in Africa in the age of 9. It’s normal here for children to carry a gun, as they have no other option.
Artists who create beautiful artworks using pencils can’t surprise us nowadays. But Dalton Ghetti found a way how to create miniature masterpieces using pencils. He simply carved the alphabet on the tips of 26 pencils, making letters come alive.
People who are crazy over their pets are willing to pay $23 a night to leave their cat in this luxurious hotel in the UK. It has a four-poster bed, modern sound system and yummy dinners for animals.
Who are Demetria Gene Guynes, Paul David Hewson, Caryn Johnson and Carlos Ray ?
Take a look at this pictures and you will know...