NEVERCREW consists of Swiss born duo, Pablo Togni and Christian Rebecchi. They’ve been making their mark on the walls and buildings of Switzerland since 1996.
Camera traps have changed the way wildlife is monitored. These heat or motion sensitive cameras allow us humans to observe animal traffic in specific areas over long periods of time.
Here’s your seventh installment of the Global Selfie Project where we stare at people from around the world.
Volga Boatmen (1870-1873) Ilya Yefimovich Repin (1844-1930) is the most celebrated painter from 19th century Russia, and from the works below you can see how he rightfully attained such a standing.
Of all the mythical medieval beasts that rollocked around during the Dark Ages, the bonnacon (or bonasus and bonacon) has to be the most jokes.
These Japanese posters, mostly produced in the 70′s, look so current it’s quite amazing.
Laurie Lipton, a New York born arts and crafts wizard creates impressively detailed and darkly humorous images.
Death by laughter isn’t a particularly common way to go, but it has been recorded throughout history a number of times so it’s worth a mention I reckon.
The idea of making a bomb that utilises bats might sound like a pretty mental idea, but actually when you think about it, it’s an awesome idea.
Dolphins are normally associated with the open ocean, and rightly so because that’s where the vast majority of them live.
I don’t know if I’m late to the party here, has anyone else seen fat manga characters before? I stumbled across an artist on Deviant Art the other day called Trinity-Fate and I was as confused as I was pleased.
The skull chapel in Czerman, Poland is a grizzly reminder of human loss. It was built in 1776 by the Czech local parish priest Wacław Tomaszek to commemorate people who died during the Thirty Years’ War (1618–1648), three Silesian Wars (1740–1763), and the people who perished thanks to cholera epidemics, the plague, syphilis and starvation.
As you can imagine, on my daily trawl through the internet’s stodgy ether I come across some oddities.
I wrote an article on chemtrails a little while back and it receives a fair bit of traffic. Some visitors want to know whether there’s any truth to the chemtrail theory and others simply want their unerring confidence that chemtrails are real to be affirmed.
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I reckon what would be best is if we all just chilled out a bit; but I realise, as do we all, that a global “chilling out” is not particularly likely to happen.
The Kamchatka Peninsula is situated in the Russian Far East and runs for about 800 miles. It covers around 100,000 square miles and lies between the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Sea of Okhotsk to the west.
EDL, BNP, UKIP, all worryingly familiar names in British politics nowadays. Due to economic changes and social issues at home and abroad the far right in Britain and Europe at large is having a frightening resurgence.
Earlier in the year the UN released a sweeping and damning report on North Korea’s awful human rights performance.
The following photos are taken from an exhibition of rare photographs of black people in Victorian England.