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April 25, 2018

Prince’s Estate Is Hiring an Archivist to Care for Artifacts and Unreleased Material

If you're a Prince fan, you've probably gotten glimpses of his personal life through revealing documentaries, intimate interviews, and informative books, like Prince: A Private View. Imagine, however, if in addition to these eye-opening resources, you could explore the late musician's estate and get up-close-and-personal with his private possessions.

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April 25, 2018

Amazing Winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Announced

The World Photography Organisation has just announced the overall winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards. Now in its 11th edition, this year saw a record breaking 320,000 submissions made by talented photographers—of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels—from all over the world. Selected by an expert panel of judges, the winning photographs were chosen from 10 different categories, including Landscape, Architecture, Portraiture, and Contemporary Issues.

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April 24, 2018

Top Underwater Photographers Celebrate the Unseen Beauty of the Sea

For over 50 years, London's Natural History Museum has celebrated world-class nature photography with its Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. And now, a new book brings together the best underwater photography submitted to the contest over the past 15 years or so. Unforgettable Underwater Photography is a collection gathering the best work of over 50 international underwater photographers.

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April 24, 2018

World’s First Underwater Villa Offers Spectacular Living 16 Feet Below the Sea

If you’ve ever dreamt of being like Ariel and living under the sea, now’s your chance to make your fantasy a reality. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island recently announced what they believe to be the world's first underwater villa. They’re calling the stunning locale Muraka, or “coral” in Dhivehi (the local language of the Maldives), and it's projected to sit 16 feet and four inches below the surface of the ocean.

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