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The Photographer Who Shoots F1 with a 1913 Graflex 4×5 View Camera

There are many photographers covering the hugely popular world of Formula One racing, but none of them shoot it quite like Joshua Paul of Lollipop …


This Parking Lot In Tokyo Will Bring All Your Car Fantasies To Life

Bright lights, loud noises, and old meeting new. Tokyo is all those things, and the same can be said about its Tatsumi Parking Area. Perhaps one of …

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Japan travel bucket list: top places to visit in each prefecture before you die【Part I】

This bucket list is a two-part series dedicated to all travel enthusiasts in Japan.<p>Are you excited to be planning an epic tour across Japan in the …


The Reserve House / Metropole Architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> With the site facilitating a wide ocean frontage, the design was able to respond with a "Wingspread" …


This Video of Japanese Papermaking Is the Calmest Thing You'll See All Day

No words, just paper.<p><i>Washi</i> is the oldest style of making paper known to Japan. It's over 1,300 years old, having come to Japan from China in the 7th century along with Buddhism. This video, filmmaker Kuroyanagi Takashi, shows exactly how it's done.<p>With his still, calm shots, Takashi emphasizes the …

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12 incredibly mesmerizing photos of Tokyo taken by an award-winning video game designer

"I was bewitched by how the city lit up, and I just kept taking picture after picture," he told Business Insider.<p>Influenced by his background in video games, Wong made mesmerizing, technicolor images of Tokyo, depicting it in a way it's never been seen before. Keep scrolling to see them.

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The Night Streets of Tokyo, Captured 'Blade Runner'-Style

By day, Liam Wong is an art director for a video game company. By night, he photographs the color and chaos of the largest city in the world.<p>One evening in Kabukichō, Tokyo’s red light district, Liam Wong snapped a photo (above) that changed how he saw the city: A taxi stands parked outside a “love …

Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings of Women in Sheets Celebrate the Beauty of the Female Form

Artist Serge Marshennikov‘s delicate oil portraits honour the inherent beauty of the female form. Combining hyperrealistic methods with a flair for accurately conveying the beauty of the women he paints, Marshennikov has made a name for himself in the art world. Recognized as an accomplished …

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Ordinary Beauty: Revisiting Saul Leiter's pioneering images

A major exhibition of the quiet man of New York's street photography golden age is on at the Photographer's Gallery<p>During his lifetime, Saul Leiter …

Revealing Color Photographs of Early 1900s Germany Resemble the Innocence of a Children's Picture Book

In a stunning collection of over 800 photographs, <i>Germany Around 1900: A Portrait in Colour</i> gives an accurate glimpse at a country full of promise, at the turn-of-the-century. Economy booming, and social outlook at an all time high, these rose-tinted snapshots show a progressive and cosmopolitan …


The Monocle Travel Guide to Tokyo | Video

Monocle travels to the Japanese capital for a comprehensive survey of the best the city has to offer.<p>It is no secret that Tokyo has no shortage of charms, from its abundant retail options, unending array of the most sumptuous restaurants, evocative sights, and unparalleled infrastructure. All of …

Professional Sushi Chef Yoya Takahashi's Brutally Honest Review of Cheap Sushi

“I have to eat this one?”<p>Yoya Takahashi, executive sushi chef at Hamasaku in Los Angeles, first gained some widespread attention for his passionate and non-traditional approach to art of sushi in a recent MUNCHIES production. A veteran at his craft for 15 years, Takahashi was picked by BuzzFeed to …

This Breakfast Sushi Is Filled With Tater Tots, Eggs And Wrapped In Bacon

Dramatic Portraits of Ethereal Women Captured with Natural Light

Photographer Alessio Albi has continued to capture images of women that feature an incredible use of their surrounding environment. Rather than taking an ordinary portrait, the photographer utilizes the quirks and distinguishing features of each unique setting to add an interesting aesthetic within …


Super Samurai: Robot beats Japanese master swordsman (VIDEO)

Japanese engineers have come up with a robot that can copy the moves of a samurai sword master and then beat his “teacher” in a fight. The samurai …

The Five Japanese Streets That People of Japan Most Want to Visit

If you’ve ever longed to go back to an old Japan, where samurai stayed at old ramshackle inns and merchants filled the air with the scent of food, …

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Miito Deconstructs The Kettle To Save Energy

Europeans love little better than a nice cup of tea. Which means an awful lot of water is being boiled daily — only a portion of which is actually necessary, given most people aren’t fastidious enough to boil only the quantity of liquid they actually need to fill their cup or teapot.<p>Part of this …


Japanese Craftsman Masterfully Restores Old Book into Like-New Condition

If you've ever lamented that a treasured a book was falling apart, then you'll enjoy seeing how this Japanese craftsman masterfully restored a tattered 1,000-page dictionary to near mint condition. An episode of the Japanese show called <i>Shuri, Bakaseru</i> (translation: <i>The Fascinating Craftsman</i>) …


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An In-depth Look At Energous, Its IPO, And Its Disruptive Approach To Wireless Power

<i>updated on January 28 to provide more detail on Tom Iwanski’s departure from Energous’s management team</i><p>George Holmes had decided he was done with wireless power companies when a friend asked him to check out a little startup based in Pleasanton, CA. “It’s the best wireless power deal on the …

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Go on an American Road Trip with the World's Greatest Photographers

[Young Couple in Parked Open-Air Car, Ossining, New York], 1932–34 © Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Walker Evans<p>1 of …

La Famille 2014

Project info<p>I’m a father of six. Through my photographic work I celebrate and document my family life : a life on the edge of the world, where intemporality and the universality of childhood meet. Day to day I create a family album that constitues a legacy that I will pass on to my children. My …


Lauren Bacall: A Photo Gallery

Accidental Renaissance: readers choose photos that look like Italian paintings – in pictures

From an orthodox Jewish gathering to Silvio Berlusconi in parliament and Catherine Zeta-Jones in court, here are the pictures that most remind you of art by the old masters<p>Photo of New Year’s mayhem in Manchester goes viral Accidental Renaissance: the photos that look like Italian paintings

‘The Umbilical Vein’: A Mother and Daughter Collaborate on Theatrical Portraits For 13 Years

For <i>The Umbilical Vein</i>, photography team Memymom, composed of mother Marilène Coolens and daughter Lisa De Boeck, unearth a collection of analog …