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L’artiste italienne Alessandra D’Innella a peint des fleurs de couleurs éclatantes pour tirer des portraits aussi surprenants que délicats de fleurs …

The Overprotected Kid

A preoccupation with safety has stripped childhood of independence, risk taking, and discovery—without making it safer. A new kind of playground points to a better solution.<p><b>A</b> trio of boys tramps alongthe length of a wooden fence, back and forth, shouting like carnival barkers. “The Land! It opens …

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The TKSST Gift Guide

How to Make the World's Simplest Electric Toy Train

What happens to a cluster of grapes when it's in between two large, very strong and potentially dangerous neodymium magnets as they collide? Science …

NEW in the TKSST Gift Guide: Books and games for observing creatures great and small

NEW in the TKSST Gift Guide: Books and games for observing creatures great and small.<p>Get smart gift ideas for the holidays.

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37 Most Incredible Photographs of The Year

Let's look back on 2014 by reviewing some of the most spectacular photographs of this year. Which photographs of incredible destinations simply took our breath away? What long exposures were so creatively done, we gasped in awe? Which underwater photos seemed simply serene? Instead of our usual …

Nature Photography

The Cardboard Surfboard

If you thought the “Ride Anything” movement that defined the last decade had run its course, think again. Recently, Southern California-based shaper …

Back in 1976, Roger Minick started teaching photography workshops at Yosemite National Park, but he soon became more interested in captur…

Back in 1976, Roger Minick started teaching photography workshops at Yosemite National Park, but he soon became more interested in capturing the delightfully tacky tourists flocking to the best views.<p>Lucky for us, Roger compiled all of his work into the magnificent “Sightseer Series,” which will have you reminiscing about that family trip to the Grand Canyon.

DIY: Noticeably Improve Your Macro Photography with a Cheap Plastic Cup

Hand-held macro photography presents a lot of challenges, but three of the most prevalent are: subject movement, camera shake, and harsh shadows. …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

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Zestful Arrangements of Food Methodically Placed in Accordance to Color

Methodically placing food in accordance to color, Emily Blincoe finds inspiration from shapes, colors, light, and everyday objects. Previously we admired The Garden Collection and Sugar Series, where Blincoe demonstrated her skill of arranging shrubbery and nostalgic candy in the same fashion.<p>Her …

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Light Painting Photography by Martin Kimbell

Amazing long exposure light painting photography by Martin Kimbell.<p>Check out this stunning selection of light paintings by Martin Kimbell, a …

Photography

This Is What Your Skin Looks Like In Ultraviolet Light

Have you ever seen yourself in ultraviolet light? If not, you might be in for a shock.<p>An ultraviolet camera has the ability to show you …

Nine Brazilian Photographers You Need to Follow

From the series Bodies and Souls, a documentary work on a community of transvestite in Lapa, Rio de Janeiro.<br>Ana Carolina Fernandez<p>1 of 34<p>I see Brazil …

This beautiful stop-motion paper forest was made by Kelli Anderson and Daniel Dunnam for Plants, a new app by our friends at Tinybop

This beautiful stop-motion paper forest was made by Kelli Anderson and Daniel Dunnam for Plants, a new app by our friends at Tinybop. Inspired by the app’s original illustrations by Marie Caudry, the intricacy of the all-paper diorama is stunning: 400 tiny leaves, 500 blades of grass, 25 squirrels, and a total of 6,000 photos help to put everything together.<p>Below, how they did it: Paper to Plants: Behind the Scenes by Wild Combo.<p>In the archives, more amazing storytelling with paper: Østersøen …

21 Dreamlike Film Photos by Oleg Oprisco That Will Blow Your Mind

Oleg Oprisco is a photographer based in Ukraine whose magical, dreamlike photographs have been shared far and wide on the Internet. In an age where …

How to get the best out of photo apps on your smartphone – video

Dan Rubin, editor-at-large of the Photographic Journal and an early Instagram adopter, takes a tour of London to test some of the best smartphone photography apps. By shooting a variety of people and places, Dan shows how using some specially selected apps throughout your photography workflow can …

The Tumbler by Andrew Hoyer - The Fox Is Black

The Tumbler is a “simple physics simulation/meditation/relaxation experiment” created by Andrew Hoyer which has left me totally enraptured. This …

Experimental Abstract Visual Art by Michael Cina

Abstract Art.<p>Experimental abstract artworks by Michael Cina, an artist with a background in graphic communication and visual narratives. Michael Cina …

The Pixel Painter: A 97-Year-Old Man Who Draws Using Microsoft Paint from Windows 95 | Colossal

<p>Meet Hal Lasko, mostly known as Grandpa, a 97-year-old man who uses Microsoft Paint from Windows 95 to create artwork that has been described as “a …

Painting

Artist's Physical Gestures Produce Beautiful Charcoal Drawings

Using just her body and a piece of charcoal, New Orleans-based performance artist Heather Hansen bends and twists in fluid motions across the surface of paper to create beautifully rough symmetrical shapes and patterns. Her captivating performances involve dance-like movements that are just as much …

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Man Builds Colorful Ice Fort in Subzero Temperatures

About a month ago, Northwestern Ontario reached frigid temperatures of about -13F that lasted for approximately four weeks. While most grew disdain for the bitter cold, Chris Marchand (aka UnspeakableFilth) took advantage of the icy weather by building himself a colorful ice fort in his …

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