A converted industrial warehouse has been recently sold in Brisbane for a whopping $1.23M. You might be thinking “What’s the big deal?” but the house is already being nicknamed ‘The coolest home in Brisbane’ and once you see the inside, you’ll understand why.
Leopard seal, Anvers Island, Antarctica, 2006. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic) Albatross colony, Steeple Jason Island, Falkland Islands, 2015. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic) Orphan elephants mudding in a man-made waterhole in the Voi elephant stockade in Tsavo East national park, Kenya, 2010.
Who knew your pet could get any more majestic? With Wild Masterpieces online photo tool you can create a glamour shot of your pet that would look similar to the beautiful creatures featured below.
Coming to you Russian duo from Moscow, the _ Humiforms_ project is a surreal mix of fashion and optical illusions. Made by photography duo Alexander Khokhlov and Veronika Ershova the show sees fashion models changing into everyday objects. The color palette is restricted to white and black, like reminiscent of a massive, human-sized baseball board.
Inside his work, landscape photographer Jan Erik Waider explores the”raw stillness of the Nordic nations.” Last year, we had been amazed by his gorgeous shots of Greenland‘s glacial landscapes. Now, Waider continues to captivate with Beyond No Man’s Land, a series that dives deeper into his creative interest in the Arctic.
Sandwich Monsters is a blog created and run by food stylist Kasia Haupt, who creates some absolutely spectacular sandwiches out of everyday lunchtime foods. Scroll down to take a look at these spectacular beasts.