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Artist Replicates Famous Paintings In The Most Unusual And Abandoned Places

Artist Replicates Famous Paintings In The Most Unusual And Abandoned Places

The artist Julio Anaya Cabanding from Malaga, Spain, replicates famous paintings of all time in public places and gives the impression that they are framed. For his paintings he chooses unusual surroundings such as walls decorated with graffiti, facades of dilapidated...

The artist Julio Anaya Cabanding from Malaga, Spain, replicates famous paintings of all time in public places and gives the impression that they are framed. For his paintings he chooses unusual...

I Photograph Forgotten Places Around Europe And It Seems As If Time Had Stopped There

I Photograph Forgotten Places Around Europe And It Seems As If Time Had Stopped There

I became known for my work on forgotten pianos in abandoned places across Europe. During my requiem for pianos, I sometimes find abandoned places with former owners' personal belongings left behind. It seems as if time had stopped at a specific...

I became known for my work on forgotten pianos in abandoned places across Europe. During my requiem for pianos, I sometimes find abandoned places with former owners' personal belongings left behind....

I Found A Spooky Abandoned Village On A Mountaintop In The Forbidden Russian Republic Of Dagestan

I Found A Spooky Abandoned Village On A Mountaintop In The Forbidden Russian Republic Of Dagestan

Dagestan is a place that, if you listen to your embassies and foreign offices, you aren't really supposed to go. Type Dagestan into Google and you're hit with the headline “The Most Dangerous Place In Europe,” and most information about this...

Dagestan is a place that, if you listen to your embassies and foreign offices, you aren't really supposed to go. Type Dagestan into Google and you're hit with the headline “The...

Artist Imagines The Decay Of Social Media Companies

Artist Imagines The Decay Of Social Media Companies

Andrei Lacatusu, a self-taught digital artist from Rome, created this series of digital art called "Social Decay." In this series he shows 3D signs of popular social media brands that we use every day, such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Pinterest, and Tinder, in...

Andrei Lacatusu, a self-taught digital artist from Rome, created this series of digital art called "Social Decay." In this series he shows 3D signs of popular social media brands that we use...

Photographer Finds Locations Of 1960s Postcards To See How They Look Today, And The Difference Is Unbelievable

Photographer Finds Locations Of 1960s Postcards To See How They Look Today, And The Difference Is Unbelievable

Not long ago an old matchbook laying on photographer Pablo Iglesias Maurer's desk caught his eye. Or rather, it was the postcard-like picture on it, of a resort complex built in the 1960s. It got Pablo wondering how the place looked...

Not long ago an old matchbook laying on photographer Pablo Iglesias Maurer's desk caught his eye. Or rather, it was the postcard-like picture on it, of a resort complex built in...

We Took Over A Defunct Mansion And Turned It Into A Dark Fairytale

We Took Over A Defunct Mansion And Turned It Into A Dark Fairytale

This past weekend, me (photographer Karen Jerzyk) and a team of models, makeups artists, a designer and a florist took over the historical Oliver Bronson House in Hudson, NY. We lugged tons of props, flowers, makeup and wardrobe with us over...

This past weekend, me (photographer Karen Jerzyk) and a team of models, makeups artists, a designer and a florist took over the historical Oliver Bronson House in Hudson, NY. We lugged...

Ballerina Project Venice: Fighting Decay And Abandonment With Dance Steps

Ballerina Project Venice: Fighting Decay And Abandonment With Dance Steps

From New York to Venice. 1999-2014. 15 years have passed since the New York photographer Dane Shitagi invented the first Ballerina Project, photographing dancers of famous US dance companies in the most degraded areas of the Big Apple.

From New York to Venice. 1999-2014. 15 years have passed since the New York photographer Dane Shitagi invented the first Ballerina Project, photographing dancers of famous US dance companies in the...

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