Kate and David clasp each other and their son Jamie, circled, after being told he did not survive the birth. They were given the child to say their goodbyes but then, miraculously, two hours later he began to show signs of life
This is a powerful 2-minute video that illustrates everything wrong with our current addiction to cell phones.
Remember the Cheerios commercial that some people got upset about because it features a biracial couple? Well this parody just took it to a whole other level!
Martin Luther King Jr. on Mike Douglas Show: “Our loyalty to the country shouldn’t be measured by our ability to kill.”
In this recently released interview on the Mike Douglas show Martin Luther King Jr. does an extraordinary job of defending himself against some hostile questions about the Vietnam War.
For a response to President Obama’s comments on the acquittal of George Zimmerman and racism in the United States, we’re joined by Dr. Cornel West, professor at Union Theological Seminary and author of numerous books. On Obama’s remarks comparing himself to Trayvon Martin, West says: “Will that identification hide and conceal the fact there’s a criminal justice system in place that has nearly destroyed two generations of precious, poor black and brown brothers? [Obama] hasn’t said a word until now[Read More...]
She was so scared she didn’t tell a soul she was entering Britain’s Got Talent. After this performance people will be shouting from the rooftops about her AMAZING voice.
This porcupine is adorable!
Watch as the gorillas enjoy their fall-time fun – leaves enrichment!
Imagine the bright spectrum of colors you would bask in while walking through a cathedral full of rainbows. To Breathe – A Mirror Woman is Kimsooja’s 2006 site-specific installation for the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid, Spain. To expand and unite the architectural structure of the space, Kimsooja had the whole floor tiled in mirrors. She then covers the vault and the entire glass surface of the palace with a translucent diffraction film. When outside light filters through the[Read More...]
For the last month, Chris Naka (aka mmsspp) has been recreating scenes from classic romance movies with his boss’s dog, Wrigley. It all started one day when his co-workers at Blue Man Group in Chicago came up with the idea for Naka to pose with the adorable pooch in a famous scene from Titanic. With Wrigley as Kate Winslet to his Leonardo DiCaprio, Naka embarked on a fun, ongoing project.
Taking only 10-15 minutes during lunch breaks to capture each scene,[Read More...]
Walk into the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco from now till the end of February and you’ll find a gorgeous art installation that features 20 miles of ribbon cascading from the church’s vaulted ceiling arches. Artist Anne Patterson is behind Graced With Light, an installation consisting of nearly 1,000 satin ribbons with colors inspired by stained glass. It took the artist months to prepare, which she did in her art studio in Manhattan by constructing a 3/16-inch scale model of[Read More...]
Chasing the Light is an art expedition led by artist Zaria Forman that draws inspiration from breathtaking geography to create equally striking art. The project began in August 2012 when Forman sought to fulfill her late mother Rena’s wish to take an Arctic voyage similar to the one American painter William Bradford took in 1869. In fact, it was Forman’s mother, a painter herself, who originally conceived of the artistic journey.
Forman kept her promise and traveled up the northwest[Read More...]
What I Be Project is a powerful portrait series by photographer Steve Rosenfield that features individuals who have bravely opted to bear their insecurities on their bodies. Hundreds of people have already participated in the ongoing project, revealing a wide range of issues they have with themselves. Whether it be a physical, mental, or social insecurity, each person brands their face and body with words that have scarred them.
The collection of images, though simple in their composition, offer plenty of[Read More...]
The clever stylings of these culinary masters feature witty arrangements and subtle humor that will make you smile. Commercial food photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have been developing their playfully miniature series since 2002. Entitled Minimiam—a blend of the words “miniature” and “miam” (yummy in French)—the project documents the lives of tiny toy people set against delightfully delicious backdrops.
From snowy meringue fields to a doughnut golf course, the edible landscapes tell entertaining stories of work, play, leisure, and[Read More...]
A fear of heights isn’t going to come in handy on this hike! Climbing the Haiku Stairs (Haʻikū Stairs) in Hawaii—also known as the Stairway to Heaven—isn’t exactly legal, but the breathtaking views from the top are totally worth it. Those who dare to climb the 4,000 rickety steel stairs must have quite an adventurous spirit. The path begins at the Valley of Haiku near Kaneohe and it leads 2,800 feet up along a ridge to the top of Puʻukeahiakahoe[Read More...]
With the winter chill in high gear, photographer Thomas Zakowski has captured some beautiful images of frozen lighthouses to reflect just how cold temperatures can get. The photographer’s spectacular shots reveal a lesser seen vision of lighthouses on Lake Michigan, each having been hit with waves of water that have succumb to the frigid temperatures, crystallizing in place.
The almost haunting images are unbelievable examples of bitter cold weather. Though, with the US facing a polar vortex this week, it’s easy[Read More...]
Tokyo-born, London-based photographer Chino Otsuka takes the past and present photo project to a new level of expert photo manipulation with her series titled Imagine Finding Me. Rather than simply recreating old photographs as an adult, she inserts her present-day self into photos from her childhood. The result is an incredibly believable image that features photos of Otsuka as a little girl in the 70s and 80s standing side by side with herself as a modern-day woman.
Essentially, the series presents[Read More...]