Cardboard Cameras that Actually Work! (14 pics + video)

Did you ever have to make a pinhole camera for high school photography class? I did, and it looked nothing like these incredible cardboard recreations by Kiel Johnson. Aside from the strap, Johnson’s cameras are made strictly from cardboard, hot glue, and tape. His collection includes a wide variety of cameras used in the last century, and include the "ancient" 8mm, point and shoot, Polaroid, and even the latest DSLRs. Some of Johnson’s cardboard creations, like the iconic twin lens (last one), actually function as a pinhole camera. The other sculptures are not operational, but still look really cool. Check out the video below to see how he creates them.

Kiel Johnson



December 9, 2016

Photographer Captures Stunning Symmetry of Berlin’s Interior Architecture

Self-taught photographer Thibaud Poirier points and shoots his camera at the interiors of Berlin’s most stunning buildings in his new series, Berlin Interiors. Each photograph in the series is perfectly framed to exaggerate the interior architecture’s symmetry to great effect. The result is a collection that can be interpreted as an ode to lines, cubes, and curves, as much as highlighting beautiful interiors.

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December 9, 2016

Woman Recreates Famous Paintings as Fabulous Hand-Crafted Nail Art

Over three years ago, social media maven Susi Kenna became obsessed with elaborate nail art, and it’s easy to see why. For talented manicurists, the fingernails offer 10 tiny canvases in which to create their stunning visual works. Kenna has put another spin on this trend by combining it with her educational background in historical and contemporary art into a blog.

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