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Digital Photos Can’t Be Trusted, Says Renowned War Photographer

Don McCullin, one of the world’s great war photographers, believes that digital photography can be “a totally lying experience” and is something that …

Digital Photography

Architizer

Interview: Ethereal Marbled Paintings Express the Inner Light Inside All of Us

Through gorgeous, ethereal paintings, artist Emma Lindstrm creates a tangible representation of a feeling. To her, this feeling is floating and irrational, but always uplifting and full of hope–one that can be experienced, but never formed into a thought. The conceptual basis for Lindstrm's artwork …

Art

Storied Rodin Museum in Paris reopens after costly three-year restoration

Paris’ historic Rodin Museum, until recently plagued by a leaking roof, peeling gold leaf and creaky floorboards, has been returned to its former …

7 Easy Dinners For People Who 'Don't Cook'

You can be a complete stranger to the kitchen and still pull off an amazing meal. Here are seven foolproof recipes that will wow your entire family.<p><b>1. Crispy Tandoori Chicken with Mango Chutney</b><p>Chicken tandoori is easy to make, and this is my favorite version: the chicken is deliciously spiced with …

Cooking

A Look at Takashi Murakami's Newest Exhibitions in Tokyo

Exploring two new directions that the artist has taken following the 2011 Japan earthquake.<p>Takashi Murakami debuted two new exhibitions last Saturday in Tokyo in a strong showing of his current themes and body of work. The first exhibition, titled “The 500 Arhats,” is showing at the Mori Art Museum …

Love Songs

Unusual and Beautiful Rainbow Cloud Portal Appears in the Sky

The beautiful phenomenon pictured above, was captured floating high above Eastern Victoria, Australia. It almost appears to be a portal to another dimension, complete with a rainbow beckoning to the other side, but there is a scientific explanation for these bewitching cloudy formations known as …

UFOs

Esprìts - Photographs by Enrico Doria | LensCulture

“Esprìts” is a project performed by a Holga camera. It is a project-diary, a series of photographic notes about faded memories that often appear like spirits. These photographs are instinctive, evolving over time and form a body of work which I hope will never end.<p>Despite the absence of clarity, or …

Photography

750 Years in Paris Illustrates the Historical Transformation of the City

French illustrator Vincent Mah <b></b>has long been fascinated by the narratives that cities and their architecture offer to the observer, providing glimpses into our history. Walking through the streets of Paris, Mah began to develop the idea of creating a book that relied on imagery alone to tell the …

France

Portraits of Immigrants Arriving in the United States in the Early 1900s

Ellis Island in Upper New York Bay was the busiest immigrant inspection station in the United States at the dawn of the 20th century, with millions …

Petite Noir gets lost inside a virtual world in La Vie Est Belle video

<b>Music:</b> director Alan Del Rio Ortiz transports musician Petite Noir into patterned digital environments for his La Vie Est Belle music video.<p>Petite …

Oculus Rift

Star-dust, interstellar bumblebees and the secret alien civilisation controlling humankind

The Night Sky in November: The arrival of the winter constellation Orion arouses memories of the eccentric astronomy great Sir Fred Hoyle<p>Is it conceivable that bumblebees could have been originally designed as miniature vehicles for interstellar travel? And if so, could this have been part of an …

Enter The Ornate World Of Russia’s Underground Stations

David Burdeny is the only professional photographer permitted to document the Moscow Metro stations.<p>A far cry from the dingy, rat-infested subway stations of New York City, the ornate stations along the Moscow Metro look more like the inside of opera houses or museums than train stops. Designed …

Trains

Avenue of Mysteries

• <b>Author:</b> John Irving<p>John Irving returns to the themes that established him as one of our most admired and beloved authors in this absorbing novel of fate and memory.<p>In <i>Avenue of Mysteries</i>, Juan Diego—a fourteen-year-old boy, who was born and grew up in Mexico—has a thirteen-year-old sister. Her name …

8 Food Blog Links We Love

We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.<p>Today: 8 delicious recipes that have nothing to do with candy or pumpkins, but use a few tricks to make plenty of treats.<p>A delicious (and seasonal) …

7 Deeply Spiritual Moments In Mary Oliver’s New Book Of Poems

Mary Oliver's poetry can often read like prayers -- full of humility, yearning and awe.<p>Although her faith doesn't neatly fit into any one organized religion, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer still considers herself to be a deeply spiritual person. She embraces the idea of God in many of her poems, …

Poetry
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Articles about 8 impressive indoor gardens on Dwell.com - Dwell

In Madrid, Spain, Husos Architects renovate a turn-of-the-20th-century apartment for a client with dual passions: her houseplants...<p>By eliminating walls and incorporating a series of interior gardens, architect José Roberto Paredes creates an eclectic and...<p>On a once-vacant corner lot in a …

Jersey City

Articles about luxurious apartment greenwich village only 520 square feet on Dwell.com - Dwell

A designer of grand homes packs all the essentials—and more—into a Manhattan studio of his own.<p>Graham Hill shares another view of the near-magical efficiency of his 350-square-foot apartment in New York.<p>A 196-square-foot house born of architectural know-how, an enterprising spirit, and just over …

Greenwich Village

The Best Con Man You've Never Heard Of

Largely forgotten by history, George Graham Rice was known as the “Jackal of Wall Street.” He preyed on the wealthy and the poor, and racked up …

Ten things I learned about writing from Stephen King

Stephen King is an All-Time Great, arguably one of the most popular novelists the world has ever seen. And there’s a good chance that he’s inspired more people to start writing than any other living writer. So, as the Guardian and King’s UK publisher Hodder launch a short story competition – to be …

Towering Photographs Highlight Stunning Intricacy of Gothic Architecture

German photographer Markus Brunetti has spent the last 10 years embracing the nomadic lifestyle, travelling Western Europe in his truck and documenting the faades of churches, cathedrals, and cloisters that he encounters throughout the continent. The resulting collection of photographs, aptly …

Gothic

The Masked Monkeys of Indonesia

A monkey tears off a rubber baby doll head it is being trained to wear at Kampung Cipinang Besar, also known as "monkey<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Ed Wray<p>1 of 16<p>Ed …

Monkeys

Roger Ballen’s New Book Probes Into the Darkest Corners of the Human Mind

The manifold works of Johannesburg-based photographer Roger Ballen are, in the eyes of writer Didi Bozzini, intertwined by an endless thread by which …