These shocking pictures are all of Kowloon Walled City, which was once the most densely populated place on Earth. A 1987 survey counted approximately 33,000 people on its 6.5 acres, giving it a population density of 1,255,000 people per square kilometer.
Meet Terry Fan, an unusual persona and a brilliant artist whose works are a product of an imagination gone wild. Terry’s Victorian Wars series is a crazy re-imagining of Star Wars characters dressed in turn-of-the-century fashions
Korean artist Kang Kang Hoon is a hyper-realism genius who paints oil paintings that look so much like photographs, it’s hard to tell the difference even when you’re looking at a close-up. Hoon takes every hair, pore, wrinkle, reflection and shadow and works on it for hours until it looks totally real.
Even if the topic seems sad, and grim, it isn’t. We want to keep alive the stories of our families and pass on the stories of our grandparents and great-grandparents to our children and great-grandchildren. Even the simplest stories are important, and when someone dies, their stories fade away. So we’ve created Rest In Memory.
Created by writer and designer Richard Littler, the Scarfolk Council internet archive offers us a surreal, disquieting, but often humorous glimpse into an imagined British town that is forever locked in the 1970s.
French photographer Julien Coquentin has come up with a unique way to document street art – by interacting with it. His Please Draw Me a Wall series pictures various models who are imaginatively and playfully interacting with colorful street art pieces.
Vitaliy Raskalov (20) and Vadim Makhorov (24), a fearless duo from Russia who are being referred to as “skywalkers”, have been travelling around Europe for a month in order to scale world’s most famous buildings and take incredible panoramic shots.
In Brazilian artist and designer Andre Levy’s Tales You Lose series, he uses the mini-structures of the coin’s portraits or figures to create his own, partially or fully obscuring the faces of presidents and kings to recreated the likenesses of superheroes and pop-culture icons.
When faced with one or more dangerous wild animals, most of us have the good sense to avoid them. Photographer Monty Sloan does not seem to have gotten that memo, however, as this video shows him petting, scrathing, hugging and even kissing a pack of wolves or wolf hybrids.