“Mir Mine” is an abandoned diamond mine located in Mirny, Easter Siberia, Russia. Even now, when it’s closed, it still causes serious problems for the air craft – it has already sucked in several helicopters that happened to be passing by.
Remember the latest craze in Japan, girls doing DBZ energy attacks and their friends flying around? Well, there’s a new Internet sensation, called Vadering, and you don’t even have to be a Japanese schoolgirl to do it.
Economist by profession and photographer by calling, Andy Prokh takes charming black-and-white photos of his 4-year-old daughter and their cat.
In order to promote Berlin Philharmonic orchestra, Mona Sibai and Bjoern Ewers came up with an idea to photograph musical instruments from inside.
Canadian photographer Nancy Rose has been taking adorable photos of little squirrels who show up on her terrace to grab a bite and pose a little – she even tamed them to pose around her miniature props!
Creepy, chubby and Buddha-like baby-shaped pears – that’s how one Chinese farmer is planing to market his goods. He places the fruit in special molds to make them grow into such bizarre shapes.
Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel creates incredible sculptures from thousands and thousands of sewing buttons, placing them carefully on a fishing line.
Christopher Locke creates old-school iPhone and iPad amplifiers called “Analog Tele-Phonographers” from recycled trumpets, trombones, french horns and other brass instruments.
Australian artist Loui Jover believes that images emerge from words, and creates affecting art pieces on the pages of vintage books.
Watercolor artist Elena Romanova creates simple yet elegant cityscapes of the world’s largest cities where she creatively portrays their well known facets and attributes.