Stunning Photos From The British Beard & Moustache Championships In Blackpool

Here are photos from the fourth biannual British Beard & Moustache Championships which took place in Blackpool recently. The charity fundraising event which saw hundreds of people participated in it was organized by a Blackpool bearded men’s club.


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The Funniest Clothing Tags Ever

Be honest, when was the last time you read the label on your favorite t-shirt or most comfortable pair of jeans? Probably a while ago, right?

These clothing labels will convince you to look again – they aren’t your usual “do not mix with colors” or “do not boil me in water over 60 degrees, thanks very much” kind of thing. Some offer serious life advice (seriously, we aren’t joking!), others are lost in translation, and yet others are offensive… or maybe funny. That’s up to you to decide.

h/t: boredpanda


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A Liverpool-Based Artist Makes Beautiful Cutting Boards Out Of Wood & Resin, Inspired By The Varying Landscapes

Kate Chesters’ work is inspired by the varying landscapes that she has seen as she slowly travels the world. Many of her pieces are influenced by the dramatic scenery in Reykjavik, Iceland, and the swirling rapids of the Niagara Falls. She has original artwork, wall art prints, mini canvases, resin decorated artisan boards, placemats & coasters, and greeting cards available in her shop.

“I make abstract seascape and landscape artworks using acrylic paint and resin. The sky and light have always fascinated me. The different tonal and mood effects that light has on nature is of great inspiration to my work. It is my aim to capture the essence and awe-inspiring emotion that a dramatic landscape evokes,” she says.

More: Kate Chesters, Facebook, Shop

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Marvelous Female Portrait Photography By Kevin O’Donohue

Gorgeous female portraits by Kevin O’Donohue, a talented photographer, and retoucher currently based in New York City. Kevin focuses on portraiture. He shoots awesome beauty, street style, fashion, and lifestyle portrait photography.

More: Instagram h/t: photogrist

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A Street Artist “Improved” Facebook’s Billboards In London

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Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has worked hard (and spent a lot) trying to fix its image with digital, social, but also OOH ads. In London, a street artist thought he could make them more “honest.”

A mystery street artist has tampered with billboards across London to share some interesting messages about fake news. Photos circulating online show the bus shelters parodying a series of Facebook advertisements. Messages like ‘fake news is not our friend, it’s a great revenue source’ are trying to dupe commuters into believing they’re actually from the social media giant.

A Twitter account called Protest Stencil shared photos of the ads and said they are ‘really getting around’.

“Fake news is not our friend, it’s a great revenue source.”

“Data misuse is not our friend, it’s our business model.

Someone Is Showing That All Instagram Photos Are Starting To Look The Same And It’s Pretty Freaky

Did you ever scroll through Instagram and get a nagging sense of deja vu? There is a reason why. Insta Repeat is an account dedicated to highlighting the ‘visual sameness’ of many Instagram pics, tracking the ‘trends’ of influencers who see where the likes are and follow along to the same places, and strike the same poses.

An anonymous 27-year-old from Anchorage, Alaska, is the brains behind the account. The filmmaker and artist told Photoshelter that “A purpose of Insta Repeat is to critique originality in media creation through the lens (pun intended) of this one ‘genre’ of Instagram photography accounts.”

Living in Alaska, a huge wilderness where so many ‘adventurers’ come to explore, she was struck by how the same few places and scenarios kept showing up again and again on her feed.