Oh Happy Day (One Hit Wonder) by Stefan Müller, 2013
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Nell Shipman in The Grub-Stake Dir. Bert Van Tuyle, USA, 1923
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Roland Flexner - Untitled (2010) - Liquid graphite on paper


Hallgrimskirkja (Reykjavik) by Simon Oud, 2013
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Paul Newman photographed by Philippe Halsman chopping wood, 1963.
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After a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum, London, 1925.
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Camille Seaman - Melting Away


Mourning ring, made in Europe in the 18th century, for the purpose of catching your tears.
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Gregor Gaida’s Aluminum Boys Destroy Art Gallery Floors

Artist Gregor Gaida (previously) lives and works in Bremen, Germany. His figurative sculptures often depict aggressive, even violent people engaging with eachother under unknown circumstances, as with this pair of mischievous aluminum boys titled Attaboys. Gaida says that he often bases his figures off of images found in magazines and books.

Watermelon snow, also called snow algae, red snow, or blood snow, is Chlamydomonas nivalis, a species of green algae containing a secondary red carotenoid pigment in addition to chlorophyll. This phenomenon is especially common during the summer months in the Sierra Nevada of California where snow has lingered from winter storms, mainly at altitudes of 10,000 to 12,000 feet. Compressing the snow with your boot leaves a distinct footprint the color of watermelon pulp. The snow even has a fresh watermelon scent.
Photo credit:  © Michal Renee
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Ho Fan: Approaching shadow, 1954
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Canvas  by  andbamnan