I have a deep rooted love for vintage cars. I’m talking about the design aspect not the mechanical point of view, though the craftsmanship that goes into these cars is unmatched today, I don’t know much about them when it comes to horsepower or 0-60 in something seconds. But what I do know is that I appreciate beauty in all its forms and these cars have more than their fair share of good looks. So ...

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These images are really funny and strangely freaky at the same time. The photographs were taken by Jessica Beebe as a photo series called Everything’s Alright Here. The whole concept is depicting soon-to-be psychotic killers, complete with insane smiles and, their weapon of choice, which is strangely enough encased in Jello. The images are really funny in a twisted Stepford Wives kind of way. The concept is very creative and the photography itself was done beautifully. You ...

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These images look like something from a Sci-fi movie. You know, when they travel in time at warp speed? Ok, I’ll tone down the geeky-ness a bit. So the images are actually just the result of long exposure shots from the New Transit Yurikamome an automated guideway train that connects Odaiba to the mainland, in Japan, passing through the Rainbow Bridge. The photographer is Yurikamome, and you can view more of his work on his flickr ...

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Im obsessed with photography. Playing with light and exposure to capture a moment in time forever. So Im no stranger to carrying a camera around and sometimes I just wonder what is in this thing? Luckily thats what photographer Todd McLellan was thinking. But he decided to do something about it. He completely disassembled a Pentax K1000! (among other things). Here’s the statement from the artist: “I photographed old items that are no longer used by the masses ...

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We at Chuk’num are always happy to introduce to you and us alike of new talents from around the world and some times we like to feature artists from our beloved country, Kuwait. Meet Abdullah Al-Foudry a very talented photographer from Kuwait. His work is very different from other photographers we’ve seen in Kuwait, he captures scenes and brings a different dimension from what our naked eye sees. Upon observing the images, they look so ...

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Looking at these images taken by the amazingly talented Martin Schoelle, it feels like these celebrities have been stripped down to their purest form, wrinkles proudly displayed for the world to see and all their small imperfections taking center stage. It might just be my personal opinion and many would disagree, but to me these photographs are so beautiful and the celebrities never looked better. They finally look real and thats not a bad thing, ...

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Artistic and Veggies are not exactly two words that I ever expected to put together. But the creative photographer Carl Kleiner has done it again. We’ve already posted about one of his previous projects here, and he’s continued along the same lines, making the ordinary, extraordinary. Some of these images seem to defy gravity, and I don’t know how he managed to keep them from topping over but I have to say its really inspirational how he ...

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Looking at this makes me want to start baking, and let me tell you, the kitchen and I do not have a happy relationship. These images where taken by the talented photographer Carl Kleiner. The whole concept behind these images is to take normal everyday ingredients that we find in our kitchen and turn them into something extraordinary. I never imaged that eggs and sugar could look so good, and the perfection in these images is ...

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Like I always say, I love photography that has a twist to it and these photographs are really great. Shot by photographer Carli Davidson, and no not the bikes, she captured dogs in motion. One of the wondrous things dogs do is when they shake their bodies to dry themselves and it happens in a mater of seconds.   You never know what you missed till time is slowed down because are eyes can’t see slow motion. ...

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God I love the Japanese! They never cease to amaze me with their insane creativity. The video was made for a Japanese band called Androp, and the song is fittingly called “Bright Siren”. The amazing backdrop was created using 250 Canon 60D DLSR cameras mounted on a steel frame. (Please note, the cameras used were Canon not Nikon) So each camera is connected to a huge motherboard which controls the flashes with a computer. These flashes can ...

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 I’m always intrigued when presented with photography that stretches further than a work of art and step into the experimental and educational territory. This is a very clever project by photographer Sacha Goldberger who set up an outdoor studio to do this interesting project. The setup was located in a park in Paris, Sacha then stopped people and asked if they’d jog for him, let him take a picture after jogging and come to his studio ...

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This website made me want to eat my computer screen. Its called Annie’s Eats and its run by, well you guessed it, Annie. She started the blog in 2007 and has since then found a large following with good reason. Her site has everything you could need for both baking and cooking enthusiasts and the photographs are mouth-wateringly good. The whole layout is beautifully done with the refreshing yellow polkadot background, and the neatly organized categories. It ...

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I does feel like these superheroes we came to love as children existed long before we were born. In some cases some were created long ago, but this is where Agan Harahap (from Indonesia) brought it to reality where he decided to come up with something genius. He basically inserts superheroes in past world events like World War II as old photographs. The images were blended perfectly with superheroes such as Batman, Spiderman and yes Darth ...

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If you are a Star Wars fan then you know Luke Skywalker was born in a fictional planet called Tataouine (تطاوين‎) in Arabic. It turns of it is not a set by the genius mind of George Lucas, it is an actual city located in southern Tunisia with the same name. This city appears on Star Wars movies and it turns out that most desert scenes were actually shot in Tunisia. I think the place alone ...

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The epic battle of the Camera giants continues. But this time its on a chess board. So we all know that in the world of cameras to big bosses emerge Canon and Nikon, and honestly they are both great manufacturers and it all comes down to personal preference but with most photographers, myself included, you start to feel a deep sense of loyalty to one brand and feel the need to defend it whenever its ...

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The stars in these images are so close and so bright you could almost touch them. I’ve always been extremely fascinated by space even as a child I would read about black holes and parallel universes, yes I was a strange child I am aware of that thank you very much. So I’ve seen a lot of images of the night sky and the stars but I’ve never seen anything like this. It’s truly spectacular ...

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