Reiss Gidner

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This Graphic Designer Proves There’s More Than One Way To Count To 100

People who like math often say it’s due to polarity; there’s always a right and wrong answer, with no shades of gray. Math is certain. That certainty also bodes well for designers who, on any given project, face a bottomless well of solutions.<p>It’s an old design mantra but limitations really do …

Mysteries of Nature Explode from Layers of Stacked Paper

<i>Liquid Hymn</i> is an explosion of colors and natural forms that burst with life from layers of ink, pencil, and stacked paper. Created by Oakland-based artist J. S. Weis, the illustrated plants and animals exist together in abstract formations where it is difficult to distinguish from one object to …

Trivial Expose: Photos by Alberto Seveso

Oniric by Alessandro Casola floor of the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence

Picture of the Day: Deer Oh Deer Oh Deer

DEER OH DEER OH DEER<p>Photograph by Renatas Jakaitis<p>In this perfectly timed photo by Renatas Jakaitis, we see what appears to be a three-headed fallow …

Louise Jane photo

The Eiffel tower lit up in South African colors to honor the life and deeds of Nelson Mandela.

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.

Hey there gorgeous.

Shuttle start. Via Imgur.

Just some advice to start the day with.


The bunny is ready for Winter.

Floating tree?

Hey, what's up? Any plans for the weekend?

Amazing (and scary) cloud structure. Via reddit

Amazing blanket of clouds

There's a super moon at the end of the road



Kachalka outdoor gym: World's most Hardcore Gym. Pictures here:


Swiss photographer Gus Petro traveled to New York City, where he was struck by its density. Then he traveled to the Grand Canyon, where he was struck by its emptiness. Petro combined the photos he took of both locations in a series of photos called "Merge." Here’s What Manhattan Would Look Like Inside the Grand Canyon:

Mountain camping FTW! Via Reddit.