Monday, May 28, 2012

Marvelous Foodscapes Art

 At first glance the landscapes look real, and it is only on second glance that the viewer realises that the scenes are made entirely out of food. British photographer Carl Warner creates amazing foodscapes: landscapes constructed entirely from fruits and vegetables, cheeses, breads, fish, meat and grains.

Beautiful Pole Dance Art

Pole dancing is fast becoming the new fad in fitness training. Not only is it a good way to lose those extra pounds but it also has additional benefits like strengthening the back, increasing flexibility and visibly improving your walk and posture. Dancing with a vertical pole are more popular than ever before. Woman are feeling empowered, confidence and improving their self-image, all because of dancing on a pole. Here are the 20 most important and famous pole dance moves that every woman who wants to join this field should know.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Marvelous 3D toys by Madrid

 A collection of most bizarre 3D toys by Madrid.

the 3D fractal art

Incendia is a 3D fractal program that is the result of a combination of many fractal experiments. Most (not all) of the fractals of Incendia are IFS attractors, which are the fastest method for rendering complex 3D fractals. Incendia’s approach to render 3D fractal is a straightforward one, since instead of rendering the 3D pure fractal, it lets the user select different shapes (known as Baseshapes), that in turn converge to the 3D fractal. This approach is an artistic one, and lets the user explore the mostly unexplored world of the 3D fractal art. Here are 30 fantastic examples of Incendia art created by female fractal artist Deirdre Reynolds from United States

Beautiful realistic painting

This post features a collection of amazingly realistic paintings of Brooklyn, New York based creative artist Victor Rodridguez.

Mexican painter who created striking paintings

Disability: Polio. Frida Kahlo was a renowned Mexican painter who created striking paintings, most of them being self-portraits reflecting her pain and sorrow. She painted using vibrant colors that were influenced by the cultures of Mexico. She was the first Mexican artist of 20th century whose work was purchased by an international museum. Kahlo contracted polio at age six, which left her right leg thinner than the left, which Kahlo disguised by wearing long, colorful skirts. It has been conjectured that she also suffered from spina bifida, a congenital disease that could have affected both spinal and leg development. Although she recovered from her injuries and eventually regained her ability to walk, she was plagued by relapses of extreme pain for the remainder of her life. The pain was intense and often left her confined to a hospital or bedridden for months at a time.

Beautiful elephant art parade

Elephant Parade is a conservation campaign that shines a multi-colored spotlight on the urgent crisis faced by the endangered Asian elephant. More than 250 painted elephants festooning the parks, squares and streets central London, it was the biggest and most beautiful outdoor art event the city has ever seen. The Event attracted an estimated audience of 25 million, and benefiting 17 conservation charities in the UK. Elephant Parade Auctions raised over £4 million . All these photographs are taken by Anthony Falla, a professional photographer from London.

Incredible car aerography art

Aerography is a surrealist method in which a stencil, which would have been used in spraypainting, is replaced by a three-dimensional object. Here are some wonderful examples of car aerography from Moscow car aerography exhibition.
Terry Border uses everyday items such as peanuts, Oreos and kiwis, Border utilizes wire hands and feet to make the inanimate objects come to life.  What I love most about his work, though, is that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Young or old, we can all get a good chuckle out of his hilarious, bent objects. 

Friday, May 25, 2012

Realistic paintings

A realistic painting is meant to be a direct result of what was actually happening at that specific moment in time. It is, however, in keeping with this style for the artist to manipulate compositional elements for the purpose of more clearly communicating the truth of an event without changing its meaning or scope. Here is collection of some amazingly realistic paintings. The artists who created these paintings, I would like to say are most talented and creative artists of the world.

Wonderful highest mountains

 Nature has provided us with numerous places which one when seen make us realize about the power and sovereignty of God. Mountains have turned out to be the most distinctive among them as they provide us with scenery and a feeling of terror as well.
Godwin Austin (K-2)

K2, the second-highest mountain on Earth is located in the Karakoram segment of the Himalayan range region of the Pakistan administered Northern Areas. Its elevation is 8611 meter.

Beautiful realistic human sculptures

This post features a collection of amazingly realistic sculptures created by Carole Feuerman. Carole is acknowledged as one of the major American realist sculptors. For 30 years, she has owned and operated Feuerman Studios Inc., where she creates her artworks and exhibits both her work and the work of other artists. She was included in “An American Odyssey 1945-1980″ with the most prominent artists of the American post-WWII era.

Bizarre HDR Photography

Trey  Ratcliff is a talented photographer from Austin, USA.  Trey has done specialization in new trend called High Dynamic Range photography. HDR enables the photographer to create a color and light palette that goes beyond the normal aperture and shutter speed of the basic shot. HDR normally involves multiple exposures of a scene at different stops (i.e. +4, +2, 0, -2, -4). These images are then processed and tone mapped for contrast and luminosity settings in sort of a techno-custom-software-darkroom until a light balance is achieved. HDR can also be used with single exposures in RAW format with a similar tone mapping process.  Just take a look below at some of Trey  Ratcliff’s superb HDR photographs, we are sure that you will enjoy our collection.

Marvelous digital painting

Digital painting is the latest art form that originated from some of the more conventional painting methods including watercolor, oil, and impasto paintings. This involves using digital tools on a computer, such as painting software, to create art. Your computer serves as the canvas, while the software is the equivalent of palette, brushes, paint, and other accessories.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Beautiful anime figures

As you know that anime is a Japanese Origin animation. They called animation with an abbreviated word anime. We have a collection of figures of famous anime female Sword-Wielding Characters. If you look closely into the figure, you will notice that every detail is well-thought out and beautifully crafted. Moreover, it can also be observed that the quality of the material used to build it is superb and flawless.

Most beautiful gardens

Recreation has always been a source of energy for refreshment but gardens have proved to be the best because. It is the place where you can feel the nature at its closest. Gardens are very necessary  for the growth of any healthy society
Singapore Botanic Garden
Considered one of the world’s prettiest botanical gardens, the Singapore Botanic Garden was established in 1859. It is on 128 acres. The National Orchid Garden is in center section, atop the park’s highest point, where more than 60,000 colorful orchids bloom.

Marvelous wonders in nature

Light Pillars
A light pillar is a visual phenomenon created by the reflection of light from ice crystals with near horizontal parallel planar surfaces. They are most commonly seen as sun pillars; however, moonlight and strong artificial light such as street lamps can also form light pillars. The pillar appears as a feather of light that extends vertically above and/or below the light source. Most sun pillars are seen when the sun is low on the horizon (generally no more than 6 degrees above) or just below it.

Weird wedding dresses

Fret not for rosettes
A model presents a wedding dress from one of Hungary’s most respected fashion designers, Barbara Leber, in Budapest, Hungary.

‘Dynasty’ returns
A model displays a slender body wedding dress with satin bolero sleeves during the Miss Ashida 2010 spring and summer collection designed by Tae Ashida, in Tokyo.

Marvelous vs drawing photography

This wonderful work has done by a very talented Belgian painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer Ben Heine. This creative artist was born in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. He Studied graphic arts and sculpture and I also have a degree in journalism. Lets take a look at some of his awesome works that he calls “Drawing Vs Photography” or “Imagination Vs Reality”.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

World's biggest explosions

There is something very fascinating about watching the destructive beauty of things blowing up. It seems that every decent action movie has to have some kind of spectacular explosion. However, in real life there have been many kinds of explosions, and many are greater than the biggest ones in movies. Here is a brief list of the biggest explosions known to mankind.
Minor Scale
Type: Largest man-made conventional explosion
Minor Scale was a test performed by the United States, on June 27, 1985. The United States Defense Nuclear agency detonated almost 5,000 tons of ammonium nitrate fuel oil, to simulate the effect of a nuclear weapon. The main purpose was to see how a small nuclear weapon would

Universe natural phenomenon

Geysers are a spectacular demonstration of the power of the Earth under our feet. Geysers are hot springs which, by a build up of pressure, erupt periodically and shoot water into the air. Geysers occur worldwide but over half of the world’s geysers occur in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone hosts the world’s tallest geyser, Steamboat, which shoots water up to 90m into the air. Geysers can, like most natural phenomena, be somewhat unpredictable and this has proved

Enchanting eggs

Bacteria and other tiny cells merely divide in two to reproduce, but more complex creatures need more complex means of reproduction. Animals use eggs in one form or other; however, most are not very similar to the familiar breakfast food many of us enjoy. Animal eggs are as different and varied in their structure as the animals who made them.
Octopus Eggs
Octopuses string their soft, translucent eggs up on overhangs of rock or coral. The females lay hundreds of thousands of eggs at a time and will stay to guard them against hungry predators until they hatch. This often takes so long that she begins to starve and some octopuses will eat their own arms to survive. Once her thousands of tiny offspring are hatched, they feed on

Survivors against nature

The day is beautiful and the sun is shining. You decide to go on a short hike to more fully enjoy this warm day. You know a great spot that many people don’t know about. You pack lightly as you don’t plan to be out for too long. A few bottles of water, snacks, cell phone, and MP3 player is with you as you arrive at your desolate location.
Time passes by quickly as you are enjoying your time and it is almost dark. You decide it’s time to leave but on the way, you trip and fall down a 50 foot cliff, resulting in a broken leg and immobility.
You try to call for help with your cell phone but it is not getting a signal. Your water and food is almost out and you won’t survive long out here. What do you do? How badly do you want to live?
Steven Callahan
“At sea I am reminded of my insignificance – of all men’s insignificance. It is a wonderful feeling to be so humbled.”
Steven Callahan sailed out from the Canary Islands on a small slope he built himself. Six days later on his trip, the boat sank due to damage from a collision with an unknown object at night.

Incredible laptop designs

 Technology grows too fast and to keep ourselves synchronized with the modern trends, we must take into account every progress whether that may be of past or of the future.
Compiled below is a list of the most futuristic concept laptop designs, some of which have won achievement awards while the rest are just too cool to know about.
Take a look and let us know which one of these do you think will most likely embrace reality in coming times.

 Vaio Zoom

Vaio Zoom notebook features a holographic glass screen that goes transparent and a keyboard that turns opaque when turned off. Turn it on and the touchscreen holographic festivities begin.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Unbelievable rarest flowers in the world

When spring is in full swing, there is no denying how beautiful the world looks. The trees get new leaves and with them come an array of colorful flowers. Butterflies and hummingbirds are everywhere as the sombre winter mood lifts. It’s my personal favorite time of the year. In this list we will take a look at some amazing flowers which, sadly, you probably won’t see this coming spring. These are the rare, endangered and in some cases extinct in the wild flowers. The reason most of these carry the title of rare, is because humans do not have the ability to work in perfect harmony with nature. For example, Humans build a dam, the dam prevents a specific river from flowing freely, which prevents a specific frog or fish from breading, which results in a specific kind of bird not getting food, which results in a specific kind of flower not being pollinated, which can eventually lead to the extinction of that plant. In that one scenario of building a dam humans have basically killed off three species, and history is filled with hundreds of similar occurrences. Regardless of what drove them to become rarities, the following plants are far and few between, and having the opportunity to see one for yourself should be a celebrated occurrence.
Middlemist Red
Middlemist camellia

This is probably the rarest flowering plant in the world as there are only 2 known examples. One can be found in a garden in New Zealand and the other is situated in a greenhouse in Britain. The plant was originally brought to Britain from China by John Middlemist (after whom the plant was named) in 1804. It has since been completely wiped out in China. The plant in Britain

Sculptures by Michelle Bradshaw

This post features a collection of wonderful still life sculptures created by Michelle Bradshaw, a very creative female artist from United States. I would like to truly adore her sculptures because they are just beautiful and so inspiring.

Some evolution in action

Evolution is one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time. Armed with the knowledge of the interconnectedness of all life on earth, biologists have made startling discoveries. There is so much evidence in favor of evolution, that arguing against it is like denying that there is a moon in the sky. Yet people do still actively deny evolution occurs. Speciation, the formation of a new species from an ancestor species, takes a very long time yet there are evolutionary steps which can be observed. Here are eight examples, amongst many, of evolution in action.

Live Birth in Three-toed Skinks
The example of the peppered moth is a nice one for textbooks because it uses a single trait. Speciation involves many mutations leading to significant changes. The yellow bellied three-toed skink (Saiphos equalis) is a lizard of New South Wales, in Australia, that appears to be undergoing the change from laying eggs to live birth. Since these skinks can either lay eggs or give birth, it gives scientists the chance to study the adaptations necessary for live birth. Skink embryos encased in an egg have an extra source of calcium that the live born skinks lack. It turns out that this

Wonderful eye manipulation

As you know photo manipulation is one of the oldest retouching techniques in the world of photography and deals with a combination of graphic design and photography. Because of this, most of the photos that have gone through this method of photo editing give an appearance of illusion that could mostly be found in photo art. Hope you will enjoy our collection of creative eye manipulation images.

Some examples of species

A Lazarus species, or taxon, is one which is thought to be extinct, only to reappear. The coelecanth is possibly the most famous example, but this list looks at some of the more recent rediscoveries, to highlight that work is still going on and exciting discoveries are being made all the time. The list includes, mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles. It is far from being a definitive list, more a sample of what is out there. The species are listed in no particular order.

Bavarian Pine Vole
Microtus bavaricus