November 24, 2021

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The Superb Comics About Silly Things And Weird Situations By Will Santino

Will Santino is a cartoonist and illustrator who is famous for his interesting one-panel comics. His short comics are usually black-and-white with some occasional splash of colors. He uses very few words, sometimes he even conveys his ideas without a single word. The artist’s drawing style is minimalistic and he uses silly humor and absurd

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Abandoned Floating Submarine Base PB-24. The Only One Located In Russia.

Abandoned military ships on the shore of Pala Bay, Murmansk region. Some have turned into decayed carcasses. Others still hope for the day of scrapping. They say that this place is still a dangerous source of radiation because this tanker could have carried radioactive wastes. EXP51 According to the site of enthusiasts of industrial tourism

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Amazing Photographs of Auto Transporters From the 1970s and 1980s

Car shipping can be traced all the way back to the invention of the automobile. Cars were originally extremely expensive luxuries imported from Europe in the late 19th century. There wasn’t a very high for demand for cars because of the expense. However, car shipping was still necessary because of the long distances between manufacturers,

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This Brush You Hold With Your Mouth Lets You Lick Your Cat

Sometimes the idea of making something so weird outweighs the actual usefulness of the item. Take for instance this cat brush that you hold in your mouth and use it by fake licking your cat with each stroke of the giant tongue brush sticking out of your mouth. Not only does this most likely not

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Anca Benera & Arnold Estefán

Anca Benera and Arnold Estefán’s embarked on their collaborative artistic research practice in 2011. Over the past five years, their focus has expanded to explore how human interventions can shape

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21 Standout Shows to See during Miami Art Week

Es Devlin, installation view of Forest of Us, 2021, in “Every Wall is a Door” at Superblue Miami, 2021. Photo by Andrea Mora. Courtesy of Superblue Miami. After last year’s edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach was canceled due to COVID-19, Miami Art Week is finally back at full capacity beginning next week, with

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Myrlande Constant, Maker of Mesmerizing Voudou Flags, Has Joined Fort Gansevoort

Haitian textile artist Myrlande Constant, known for her extravagantly embellished drapo Vodou, or Vodou flags, has joined the roster of Fort Gansevoort gallery in New York. The gallery will present its first exhibition of Constant’s work in New York in 2022. Constant’s large-scale textile tableaux—”paintings with beads,” according to the artist—draw on Vodou myths and

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‘Beneath the Bird Feeder’ Documents the Spectacular Wildlife Visiting a Wintertime Food Source

A northern cardinal. All images licensed from Carla Rhodes During the winter months of late 2020 into early 2021, photographer Carla Rhodes cared for a birdfeeder that hung outside of her home in Woodstock, New York. The suspended food source garnered attention from myriad cold-weather adventurers, including a brilliant northern cardinal, numerous pairs of mourning

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