Do you think the majority of these images are moving? Of course not, and you know that, but your eyes will make you see the contrary. And in other pictures you will see something that is not actually there. Well, an eye deception in its purest form. Check out the pics and be careful, don't break your eyes ;)
All these pictures are from the book “Microcosmos”, created by Brandon Brill from London. This book includes many scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of insects, human body parts and household items. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye.
A wood or heathland ant, Formica fusca, holding a microchip
Nobody really knows if aliens really exist. But people still use their imagination to create different types of aliens. Somehow they all appear to look like monsters.
You might know image hosting service Imgur that is popular among many internet users. Well, you can now take a look at the best images from this host that will absolutely cheer you up! Enjoy!
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The photographer Bryant Austin is the first photographer to make life-sized high-resolution images of whales.
He takes hundreds of high-resolution pictures of a whale and then put piece to piece together to create a life-sized image. His largest photo to date is 6 feet by 28 feet. It took him 2800 hours to complete it.
There are some funny images. Look for yourself :)))
P.S. All of the religious extremists, please, stay away from this post ;)
I am sure that you are familiar with some of these scary looking and ugly monsters. You might have met them before, and the time has come to see more of images with monsters created by different artists. Be careful. Some illustrations are very obnoxious!
You might also enjoy the Famous Monsters from Movies on Classic Paintings.
Images that you will see inside this post are very unique. This art presented by Istvan Orosz is called Anamorphosis. This renewed Chinese technique shows you the real image only when you have a special device or a specific vantage point to reconstitute it.
This technique was used by Leonardo da Vinci and other Renaissance artists (the art was brought to Italy in the 16th century). And now Istvan Orosz has mastered this 3-D art. He uses mirror Anamorphosis: places a mirror on the drawing transforming a flat image into a three dimensional picture. You can see more after the jump.
If you suffer from hay fever, you can now get acquainted with your invisible enemy. These are the Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of pollen grains captured by Martin Oeggerli. Take a close look at pollens from different species of plants.
These amazing 3D images are real masterpieces. No wonder they are so popular among people who like 3D art!