It is surprising that many well-known impressionist painters used still raw photos to create their artworks. They added colors and their vision to the original raw photograph, changed proportions and saved money because they didn’t have to pay art models any more. The results were amazing. For example, Edgar Degas used 3 raw photos to create his famous Ballet Dancers. Other artists followed Degas’ idea and also started to use photographs while painting their masterpieces.
I have no idea if this is fake or not, but one woman from Georgia reported that her cat delivered a kitten that looks like a puppy. Of course, this is naturally impossible. Maybe this little kitten has mutated? Judge for yourself.
Star Wars characters are now popular among bank robbers. Darth Vader recently walked into the Chase Bank in New York with a hand gun for crowd control. Of course, people at first thought it was a joke. They didn’t think that a 6 foot 2 inches tall man in a helmet and cloak was a real robber. Good, the teller handed over all the cash in her drawer to Vader. The robber took away on his “Star Destroyer” bicycle. Some people now joke that the famous fiction character was just looking for money to fix his Death Star.
Everybody knows the City of New York, the most popular and populous city in the USA. It is one of the most important global cities in the world with many great museums, art galleries, stock exchanges and huge corporations. This collection contains amazing historic photos of NYC that date back to the first half of the 20th century.
This comic story reminds me of a trailer to the new cartoon called Tangled. Imagine that you are going on a date, but your girlfriend isn’t exactly happy to see you. Go inside the post to see what happens after the long-haired princess meets her prince. It’s hilarious.
These are awesome ideas for office workers who dream about playing hilarious jokes on their colleagues who went on vacation.
This unusual collection of photos was created by Texas photographer Tom Hussey for “Reflections” campaign ran by one pharmaceutical company. Tom based his photo series around the idea of growing old and reflecting back on our previous selves in the mirror. By the way, his unusual pictures have been featured in Communication Arts 2010 Photography Annual.
These are the most frightening and weird looking dolls I have ever seen. I would not like to have one of these toys at home, because every time I look at these pictures I have chills running down my spine.
The horrible flood in China brought tons of garbage to the country. It takes several cleaning boats to get rid of all the mess.
In case you missed it, see also Oil Spill in China: Man Nearly Drowned.
Can you tell how accurate are the Sketchy drawings ?¿
Here's a gallery of police sketches, set alongside actual mugshots and photos of the people they depict.
We will see today the aging timeline of popular American Actress and (considered by many as) one of the most beautiful women in the world: Angelina Jolie.
As far as I’m concerned, I wouldn’t say she’s one of the most beautiful women in the world, but I’ve got to admit, she’s always been kinda hot.
An interesting experiment took place in a Romanian prison for women. The inmates received a total of 6 Canon PowerShot cameras and were taught how to use them. During the first two months, 14.000 photos were taken!
This unique experiment led to the superb photos you can enjoy through this post.
These guys went fishing like they always did. They took their car with them, but unexpectedly their vehicle became their “fishing rod”…
This lonely paid phone booth was once working. It spent decades in the middle of nowhere, being left in the desert for some unknown reasons. It had its own number: (760) 733-9969. Campers who happened to find this phone located 8 miles from the nearest paved road used to answer the incoming calls from everywhere or make calls themselves.
Don’t try to call its number today though, because the National Park Service decided to rip the lonely phone booth out, that was reportedly set up in the 1960s to provide phone service to miners and other people. An independent film appeared in 2000 devoted to this phone booth. But the year 2000 was also its end, as this was the year it was finally removed.
It’s like a Kinder surprise… except the fact that a normal egg is not supposed to have a surprise in it!
This is an interesting collection of photos of American children from the beginning of the 20th century. They don’t look like modern kids, do they?
Extraordinary Bird Impersonations
Insane Longboarders Go More Than 60mph on Highway
Swedish Helicopter Heist
Teen Trades Old Cell Phone for Porsche on Craigslist
Cute Kitten Falling Asleep
Loading Car into Truck Fail
5 Epic Movie Fight Scenes
Bike Test on Live TV Fail
Duck Hunt behind the Scenes
Enormous Vuvuzela Is Enormous
Nice Magic Trick
How the Army Secures Port-o-Potties
Boat Ride Gone Wrong
Kid Destroys Glass Table Instead of Bottle
Most Ridiculously Awesome Fight Scene Ever
Stand-Up Comedian Pwned
Compilation of Close Calls
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British Defense Secretary Liam Fox called Afghanistan “a broken 13th-century country” when he visited it. His words drew fire on him. This happened not because he was wrong, but because he was way too blunt. Actually, Liam Fox wasn’t the first person to call Afghanistan a medieval country. There were people who labeled local inhabitants “barbarians with a 1200 A.D. mentality”. Many people really think that Afghanistan is an ungovernable land with chaos that would never make it out of the Middle Ages.
Still there were times when Afghanistan was a nice country where women could pursue careers in medicine, where people could go to the movies and work on the factories. This country used to produce many goods. It had a government that was able to undertake national infrastructure projects. People believed they had a future, but all their hopes were destroyed by 30 years of war.