Artist Viktor Hertz created these alternative logos for his project “Honest logos” whereby he humorously conveys the true purpose behind these companies. I haven’t seen too many cat videos on YouTube but plenty of laughing babies.
These incredible high-speed photos of water droplets were taken by Markus Reugels. As a result of the high speed camera, they are frozen in time. His camera has a shutter speed of as much as 1/16th of a second and an extremely fast flash. The water droplets are truly amazing.
To draw something like this, you need to have a very big imagination and the author of these images, Tiago Hoisel, doesn’t lack them. This is already the second selection of painting that we have by this artist.
When the budget is tight many movie production houses and studios turn to plastic people instead of paying for hundreds or thousands of extras. These airheads are taking away jobs from people who would love to sit in stands for ten hours a day.
These black and white photos show the utter destruction wreaked by the atomic bombs that were dropped on these cities. Seeing the flattened landscapes, it is hard to imagine how they were able to rebuild.
How proud can US citizens be to live in a country with such depressing signs, food and scenarios? It seems that opulence, “freedom,” religious fervor and processed foods have caught up with this country.
It has been 50 years since Soviet astronaut Yuri Gagarin orbited the Earth, and therefore it is necessary to celebrate with these stunning pictures. Regardless of if a photo was taken decades ago our planet is still just as beautiful.
The Navy ship “Adelaide” was actually built in Seattle, Washington in 1977 but taken into the Australian Navy for use. It was ceremoniously retired and sunk off the New South Wales coast to become a hideout for fish and a destination for divers.
If you are a big fan of this show, then you will be happy to find out all the dirt on Topanga, Cory, Shawn and the rest of the cast. The 6th season is coming out on DVD, which means there might be a stampede at your local video rental place.