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The Titanic in Color

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In the beginning, it was all about color. I mean size.

The Titanic in Color

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Thanks to artist Thomas Schmid, we can now look at the doomed liner in color - inside and outside. So here is what this monster really looked like when they came up with it.

Bizarre Rubber Band Portraits Show Human Anatomy in a Unique Way

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Those are some band members. Some rubber band members...

Bizarre Rubber Band Portraits Show Human Anatomy in a Unique Way

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Photographer Wes Naman has created a bizarre but amazing collection of musicians’ faces distorted and compressed by rubber bands. That lends you a different sort of physiognomy earthlings, hahaha.

Abandoned Shopping Mall In Bangkok Turns Into a Fish Tank

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A secret fishing mall in Thailand.

Abandoned Shopping Mall In Bangkok Turns Into a Fish Tank

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The New World shopping mall in Bangkok has been abandoned - at least by humans. Today it's inhabited by an "absolutely staggering amount of fish," according to travel writer Jesse Rockwell.The mall was closed in 1997, and a fire in 1999 left it without a roof. During the rainy season, the mall quickly got flooded with water, creating a perfect...

Victorian Couple Cannot Help Laughing When Having Their Picture Taken

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Wow, apparently Victorians were humans too.

Victorian Couple Cannot Help Laughing When Having Their Picture Taken

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These beautiful shots show a Victorian couple from the 1890s who cannot help but laugh when getting their picture taken. Wow, apparently Victorians were humans too.

The Trash of Budapest

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Trash delivery from Hungary's capital.

The Trash of Budapest

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The digital revolution - and the fact that you now go everywhere with a mobile phone in your hand, earthlings - has undoubtedly had its positive sides, but the digital littering of the Internet is definitely not one of them. That said, sometimes real pearls can be found in trash - in real trash. The members of the Trash...

Harvesting a Wheatfield in the Heart of Manhattan

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No, it's not Photoshop. It didn't exist at the time.

Harvesting a Wheatfield in the Heart of Manhattan

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The 1980s was a weird time to be in New York. Punk and rap were flourishing, but so was crime. There was creative energy was in the air everywhere, but it was also tumultuous, and for many, the living conditions were far from ideal. But in the summer of 1982, one artist gave a breathtakingly simple and wonderful reaction...
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