You have definitely seen a lot of stunning body transformation pictures in the advertisements, or already tried following some diets, but most likely the results weren’t what you had expected. However, it’s actually easier than you think. A certified personal trainer Andrew Dixon decided to show the truth behind transformation photos and grew some muscles in just one day!
Even if you’re not into gardening yourself, the plant sculptures in the international Montreal Mosaiculture Exhibition will blow your mind. This year over 200 horticultural artists from all around the world present 40 living plant sculptures, created from more than 22 000 different plant species – over 3 million flowers overall! The sculptures will be showcased in 10 exhibition greenhouses and 30 themed gardens at the Montréal Botanical Garden until 29 September.
To celebrate their 30,000th subscriber, European “Reddit” held a poll where users were able to weigh in on their opinions of countries besides their own. Questions ran the (super serious) gamut from “Which European country can drink the most” to “Which European country has the silliest accent”.
Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto has got the Internet buzzing about his 3D latte art again – this time he’s back with a very impressive Salvador Dali-inspired foam sculpture. The latte foam in the cup is shaped as a melting clock in Dali’s “The Persistence of Memory”. The clock, however, is not the only new 3D latte artwork by Kazuki- he has a very active twitter account with more than 110K visitors where he tweets his latest latte art creations.
Getting hitched is a big occasion, but when it came to the wedding invitations, newlyweds Joshua and Rachel Watson were having none of the usual bland wedding invitation card business. With the help of photographer Jordan Nakamura, Joshua (who is a photographer himself) and Rachel starred in their own personal set of movie posters. The posters then went out to wedding guests as DVD case covers with CDs inside that featured a mix of their favorite music.
As kids, most of us have dreamed of having a tree house as a safe haven – a secret place where we could establish a top-secret club house away from our pesky parents. Some of us still do. Here is a list of 17 of the most amazing treehouses from around the world – hopefully they will inspire to build one yourself!
Using infographical maps to represent data is nothing new, but London-based designer Yanko Tsvetkov, through his site alphadesigner.com, has taken this common form in a new direction by releasing a series of both funny and thought-provoking prejudice maps. Instead of displaying political borders or statistics, his maps make tongue-in-cheek representations of social, cultural and political stereotypes.
Washington-based photographer Jeremy Veach is one of those dog owners who know what it feels like to live in someone else’s shadow: the pictures he makes of his pug Norm have more than 53,000 followers on Instagram, and the model is already said to be the most personality-filled pug out there. Usually Norm poses for portraits that are enhanced by one or two props, but fans seem to be especially keen on his selfies, where Norm’s paw is extended out of the frame to simulate him holding a camera.
Even if you have arachnophobia, don’t be too quick to skip this post yet! Jumping spiders have got to be the cutest spiders of all. More than that, they were recently photographed wearing tiny water droplets as their hats, and that way completely denying their image of being threatening and scary. Uda Dennie, 33-year-old photographer from Batam Island, Indonesia, photographs these little fellows in his own garden.
Remember the ingenious and viral wedding picture idea by Quinn Miller, where the entire wedding party was chased by a terrifying Tyrannosaurus Rex? Quinn became the trendsetter, and now newlyweds all around the world are requesting wedding pictures with some kind of a disaster going on in the background.
Photographer Kawika Singson was shooting lava when his shoes and tripod caught on fire. Singson put this picture on Facebook as his cover photo with the following description: “Always trying to be creative, I thought it would be pretty cool(hot!) to take a lava pic with my shoes and tripod on fire while photographing lava so that’s what I did that’s real lava real flames and it was really hot! I could stand the heat only for a few seconds. “
Sand is probably the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about beach. However, this is not the case with the Panjin Red Beach in China, which is, actually, red, and not covered in sand at all. Such phenomena is caused by a type of sea weed Sueda. It starts growing during April and May, then stays green during the summer, but starts turning vividly red in autumn.