According to photographer Kristina Makeeva: “Baikal is impressive. It’s the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning a trip, we didn’t even suspect it is so wonderful, majestic and fairy. We were raptured over its beauty so much, that we almost didn’t sleep all 3 days we were here.” Continue reading →
The new Brown Dog statue, by Nicola Hicks, at Battersea Park.
In a secluded spot near the Old English Garden, in London’s Battersea Park, is a small bronze statue of a terrier. The statue was erected in 1985, but the one that it replaced Continue reading →
Watch this map in the video, visualizing the history of urban settlements from 3700 BC – 2000 AD…
The data shown in the map comes from a Yale-led study published earlier this month in Scientific Data, which compiled the most comprehensive dataset on historical urban populations to date. Continue reading →
Oliver Jeffers was born in Belfast but currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. He dedicates his time to painting but in an unusual way as he reproduces superb landscapes and seascapes in beautiful lights and decorates them with scientific measures, giving them a mysterious atmosphere. Continue reading →
If I had the choice, I would always choose to visit a museum inside out– that is, take a backstage tour of what they don’t display, which in most cases, is much larger than what is actually on display. And i’m not talking about 2 to 3 times larger, we’re talking about secret collections that are 99. 9% larger, hiding behind the museum walls… Continue reading →