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The “BEST” Shop Designs Of All Time

I’m not really one for blowing smoke up corporate company’s butt pipes, but credit where credit’s due.

The Remains of Syrian Cities: Drone Footage

The war in Syria has been hurtling on for years. The origins of the conflict are complicated and involve multiple players.

Breeching & Unbreeching: Boys Dressed As Girls

Across the Western world, from the mid-1500s up until the early 20th century, the appropriate clothing for a little boy was significantly different to today’s mainstream choices.

How A French Traveller Saw The Russians in 1854

Here are a few pages from a book written in 1854 by a chap called Germain de Lagny. According to the Russian website where I got these pictures, de Lagny was visiting Russia in the 1850s and drew some lovely pictures which he later published.

The Shop-fronts Of Bexhill-on-Sea

Sometimes people have a go at Lazer Horse’s choices of subject matter. They claim the topics are a bit too left of field, perhaps a little random; a touch skewiff, if you will.

Beautiful Photos Of North Korean Interiors

I found a Tumblr that just posts photos of the insides of North Korean buildings. There’s no point me banging on about them, I just wanted to show you because they are the most beautiful façade I have ever seen.

The Last Second Of Every AC/DC Song Ever Recorded

Here’s a question you’ve probably never asked yourself: “What does it sound like if you string together the end of every AC/DC song ever made?

A Collection Of The Weirdest Frog Calls

Frogs have been hanging about on earth for a good long while. The oldest “proto-frog” fossil was found in Madagascar and dates back to the early Triassic (247 million years ago); but, from molecular clock dating, scientists reckon frogs might have been around 265 million years ago.

Awesome Photos From Russia With Love: Part P

Welcome back Ruski-lovers. Today’s collection is as backwards as it is forwards, as lost as it is found.

Huge Statue of Mao Zedong Built And Dismantled In Rural China

In the middle of rural China, very far from anything of note, a massive and recently built statue has been flurrying across Asian news.

Lazer Horse’s Predictions For 2016

I’ve decided to make a career change, I’m going to become a TV psychic. I may as well. Look out Derek Acorah, here I come.

The Accidentally Bleak Photography of José Ortiz-Echagüe

José Ortiz-Echagüe was born in Guadalajara in 1886, into a military family.  At the tender of age of 12, he received his first camera and took to photography.

PHOTOS: China’s Largest Ghost Town

China, booming on the one hand, failing on the other. It’s been a meteoric rise to riches for those guys and you’re bound to get things wrong along the way.

VIDEO: Dogs Crossing The Road Sensibly

Most regularly, dogs don’t do anything sensibly. They dribble and shout and wee on everything. They are not renowned for being particularly thoughtful.

The Handsome Patas Monkey: Fastest Monkey On Land

This good looking creature is the patas monkey (Erythrocebus patas), also known as the wadi monkey, military monkey or hussar monkey.

Simon Beck Walks All Day To Produce Incredible Sand / Snow Art

I must admit, I like to have a bit of wander. It helps clear the goop from between my ears and gives me an opportunity to work out the creases in my master plan to take over the universe.

Jim The Skull Guy Is Called Jim And He Makes Skulls

Jim, no last name given, makes skulls out of different things. Simple premise, complex art. He lives and works in Paris.

Another Bunch of Comedy Balconies

Recently I posted up an article showcasing 20 Comedy Balconies. Without wanting to exaggerate, the article went down like a tropical storm on Halloween.

The Many Faces Of The Jolly Roger

The Jolly Roger is probably the most famous flag in the world (other than the flags of individual countries, of course).

A Short Timeline Of Earth

A lot has gone down on this small blue blob of ours since it was first cracked into existence. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure a lot has happened on other rocks too, but we kind of have a vested interest in this one.