Photographers have one month to enter their best work for the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards. The world’s largest photography competition, which saw 230,103 photo submissions last year, is accepting entries in the Open and Youth contests until January 5, 2017. (The Professional section of the competition is accepting work until January 10, 2017.) An expert jury from the international photography community will be selecting the winners based on originality and artistic vision.
If you’ve ever been curious about the makeup of an F1 race car, Dutch artist Paul Veroude has made it very easy for you to find out what’s inside one of these speedy vehicles. Using a Mercedes GP Petronas F1, driven by renowned race car driver Michael Schumacher, the artist deconstructed the 2010 model and suspended each piece, right down to the nuts and bolts.
Weighing just over 600 kg, the installation, known as View Suspended II, boasts an overwhelming 3,200 separate parts hovering just off the ground. Most viewers liken the display to a vehicle explosion frozen in time. The unbelievable sculptural installation can be seen in person as the centerpiece at Mercedes-Benz World’s F1 Exhibition in Surrey, UK.