Anchal Srivastava

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Everytime I See You

When will Jo say "I love you" to Alex?! Camilla Luddington says...[]

Mysteriously Playful Composite Images by Dariusz Klimczak

Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak constructs surreal landscapes through clever manipulation. Each image in the skilled photo editor's growing collection is a composite of multiple elements that work in unison to present a cohesive, albeit unusual, scene. More often than not, Klimczak's subjects …


Andre Amador's Playa Paintings are Sandy Works of Art

If you live in San Francisco, California, then you may be lucky enough to come across the art of Andres Amador. He doesn't paint or sculpt. He …

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Gorgeous glass sculptures let you see into the world's most deadly viruses

Viruses are usually depicted as ugly, scary, almost weapon-like blobs just waiting to meddle inside of your body, but Luke Jerram sees them as something different. There isn't really a color to viruses after all — they're smaller than the wavelength of visible light — and as mere smears when viewed …

Kate the Great. Photograph by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine March 2013.

"You’re going to fail; you’re going to succeed. You’ve got to just live your life and keep doing what you want to do." Happy Birthday, Kate Bosworth! Photograph by Michael Thompson, styled by Alex White; W Magazine August 2006.

How Scientists Preserve Lincoln's Original Gettysburg Address Manuscripts

Researchers still have more to learn from the 150-year-old documents.<p>On November 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln uttered the 10 sentences that would come to be known as the Gettysburg Address. His two-minute speech was part of the Gettysburg Cemetery’s lengthy dedication ceremony, which included a …