Manifesting the mystical musings of the Brothers Grimm is no mean feat. Photographer Kilian Schoenberger has managed it spectacularly. Few tales drip such gravitas as those inspired by the haunting woodlands of Central Europe, the area where Schoenberger was born.
To the east of the ancient capital of Xi’an sits Huashan, one of China’s Five Great Mountains. A site of significant spiritual importance, for centuries it has sheltered Taoist monks, and offers some of the world’s most hair-raising hikes.
These free-standing pieces look nothing more than a contortion of metal and wire and a couple of the potted flower sculptures might even look like they belong in a garage sale. However, shine a light at it and angle it just the right way and the shadows cast against the walls will take anyone’s breath away.
What do you do when you want to help raise awareness for children’s health and fitness? Get a seven-time Mr. Olympia winner to promote the program. Arnold Schwarzenegger spent a day working at Gold’s Gym in Venice, California dressed up as a manager named Howard Kleiner.
We’re sure we’re not alone when we say we hate conference calls. Many (if not most) are a waste of time — having to deal with conference codes, lousy hold music, late attendees, loud talkers and bad phone reception to name a few.
Amid the urban developments and sprawling cities, it’s hard to believe there are still some parts of the world that conserve and cultivate the beauty of nature. Just about anyone lucky enough to have seen these natural beauties can liken them to something only seen in movies or read about in books but here is testament to prove that they are real and they are out there for the exploring.
Everyone has heard of them before…those who just up and quit their job to pursue their passion. In Joel Robison’s case, his passion landed him in the big leagues. One day he came across Flickr and was inspired by other people’s creative photographs and so he bought a used DSLR from Ebay and decided to pursue taking pictures purely as a hobby.
Dalton M. Ghetti puts a whole new meaning in the term “labor of love” with the painstaking work of carving objects out of the mundane pencil. The Brazilian-born artist is a carpenter by trade but his real passion lies in the meticulous designs he etches out of a pencil using nothing but a cutter and a needle.
What was once an embarrassing experience for one New Yorker who boarded a subway without pants on January 10, 1986, , became a hilarious event held yearly.
We’re no strangers to Hollywood remakes with a modern twist of old childhood characters and fairy tales like Alice in Wonderland, Snow White, and Hansel & Gretel. But we’re sure French illustrator Sylvain Sarrailh’s recent work called “BadAss” will surprise you.