Saturday, 17 November 2012 21:17

Cat Nap by Alfen Nao

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Happy Caturday!

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Italian artist Diego Fazio is only twenty-two years old and already has the talent of a master. Diego started as a tatoo artist, but quickly became known for his pencil work when he posted his work on Deviant ART. There is something hauntingly beautiful knowing that these people were not photographed. Everything you see was drawn entirely with pencil. 
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Friday, 16 November 2012 20:51

Photos in the Palm of Your Hand: Projecteo!

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Soon you'll be able to see a slideshow of your iPhone photos. Project your prized instagram moments through this tiny gadget onto any surface and use App "Projecteo" to release your images from your phone. Designed by Benjamin Redford and Mint Digital.
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Steve McCurry is an American photojournalist with a truly outstanding career. His most well–known photograph is "Afghan Girl." Her eyes stunned the world when she first appeared in National Geographic in 1985. McCurry continues to travel the world, documenting the wars and conflicts of our fellow man, so that we don't turn a blind eye to the pain of others. The photographer also continues to capture the disparities and similarities of the human condition; the moveable feasts, the careful protection of precious children, and the stunning, sometimes painful beauty of just about everything.

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Friday, 16 November 2012 19:42

What's Better than Puppies?

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Hard to look away -- Puppy pictures by Melbourne-based photographer Thai Hoa Pham.
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Friday, 16 November 2012 15:34

Portugal's Rainbow Sky

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In the sweltering summer heat of July, Portugal's umbrella canopy rises above the street to provide much needed shade and an artful vista for its citizens. Photos taken by Patricia Almeida and Diana Tavares.
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Thursday, 15 November 2012 14:15

Desert and the Human Torso

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As a child, photographer Tim Flach struggled with dyslexia, and so learned that he related more to the visual world than the verbal. At the age of 18, Tim went to London to pursue his arts education. He began as a painter, admiring Cezanne and Picasso. It was not until later, during his first foray into the working world that Tim delved into photography. While shooting an ad that involved a 20–foot python and a vulture, the animal handler mentioned that he was also in charge of a few big cats, and Tim thought, "Why not?"

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