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Startup Turns Animated GIFs Into ‘Moving’ Lenticular Prints

Lenticular printing has been around for ages as a commercial gimmick, producing untold hordes of postcards, luggage tags and other novelties with …

Amazingly Detailed Chiseled Cork Sculpture by Vhils

We've seen many of Vhils' chiseled works come to life along brick faades, styrofoam, and concrete walls, and now his newest experiment involves the environmentally friendly material, cork. For this piece, entitled <i>Contraste</i>, the artist played with positive and negative space to create a depth within …

Sculpture

Exploring World's Largest Cave That Was Just Discovered in 2010

Sơn Đoòng cave which directly translates to “Mountain River” is a remarkable cave in Vietnam. Presently the largest known cave in the world, the cave …

Alexa Meade on Why and How She Began Turning People Into Real Life Paintings

Alexa Meade turned her first person into a real life, three-dimensional painting in April of 2009. Now, four years later, she is known the world over …

Start to See Photographically In Six Easy Steps

Digital Photography

Peter Hurley Shares His ‘Most Incredible Tip for Looking Photogenic’: Squinching

Back in February of 2012, portraitist Peter Hurley shared an awesome tutorial that showed how to accentuate your subject’s jawline in portraits and …

Day to Night Series Captures World-Renowned Cities Around the World from Dawn ‘Til Dusk

American photographer Stephen Wilkes is best known for his collection of abandoned structures such as those at Ellis Island or the former Bethlehem …

Photography

Breathtaking Photos of Supercell Thunderstorms in the US

With the devastation wrought by hurricane Haiyan very recently in the Philippines, we have been bombarded by haunting pictures of the havoc that can …

10 photo highlights today

Each day the picture editor of the Guardian brings you a selection of top photographs from around the world. Today, almost two weeks after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, images of survival are still dominating the news agenda<p>• For more from the Guardian picture desk today see our live blog

How a Single Photograph Can Change a Person’s Perspective: The Pale Blue Dot

The photograph known as “The Pale Blue Dot” (seen below the video) is an image taken in 1990 by the <i>Voyager</i> <i>1</i> space probe. Taken from an unfathomable …

Ideology