Our site visitor has sent us this link to the original photos from the Civil War. We thank GOODSTUFF a lot, because now we all can take a look at the past by going through this amazing black and white photo gallery.
Seeing the works created by Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli at night time or during overcast, you will think that these are just formless metal objects attached to the wall for some unknown reason. But as soon as the sun comes out or somebody lights the lamps, his installations become real masterpieces and reveal mysterious magic through the plays of lights and shades.
This Russian girl is trying to sell her virginity on the Internet. The funny part is that she only wants $5000 for it. It is not the first "virginity deal" on the internet, there were some others but the price was much higher like for example Italian model Raffella Fico who's been selling her virginity for as much as a million Euros. So this girl's offer makes it sound kinda cheap.
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Connecting the dots seems to be a fun way for the author to pass the time. From the basic image, he can make the image appear in various situations. Some are quite obvious, some are not, and some are naughty.
The smiles in these photos all belong to celebrities. Funny, they all seem to have perfect or near perfect teeth. You should try to guess whom the smile belongs.
These maps are an interesting project that was developed by Eric Fischer. The maps show the population of various American cities by race and ethnicity, which are color-coded. Here’s what the colors stand for: Orange represent Hispanic population, Red is White, Blue is Black, green – Asian, Grey is other and each dot represents 25 people.. Really interesting and informative.
Some numbers on George Lucas' empire and how much money the Star Wars brought him.
This is a new death chamber at San Quentin where the condemned are put to death by lethal injection. Regardless if you believe in the death penalty or not, you have to admit that it is very impressive. But the kind of impression I never want to see.
The detail and beauty of these photos are absolutely stunning. Although they are mostly in black and white, they leave nothing to the imagination. The photographer Holger Droste is truly an artist.