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November 19, 2019

Interview: Steve McCurry Captures Human Connection to Animals Around the World

For over forty years, legendary photographer Steve McCurry has been traveling the world and documenting the human condition through his iconic images. Invariably, his attention turned not only to humans and the way that they behave, but also to the animals that surrounds us. Most importantly, McCurry’s interest in the complex relationship between animals, humans, and their environment was apparent in his photography. Steve McCurry.

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November 19, 2019

This Polaroid Printer Instantly Turns Photos on Your Phone into Analog Prints

Polaroid photos have provided instant gratification and fun for decades, not to mention rich aesthetic value. And with the introduction Polaroid Originals cameras, users are well versed in Polaroid’s sophisticated blend of analog and digital technology. Now, the nostalgic photo brand has released an instant Polaroid printer—allowing users to transfer photos from their phone onto analog prints. The Polaroid Lab is a revamp of the crowdfunded Impossible Project from seven years ago.

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November 18, 2019

Giant Fire-Breathing Dragon Operated by 17 People Roams the Streets of Calais

For most people, dragons only exist in fairytales or fantasy films, but for the people of Calais in France, a huge, fire-breathing beast roams their own streets. Don’t worry though—this particular dragon isn’t real. The mechanical Dragon of Calais (Le Dragon de Calais) was created by La Machine, a non-profit organization comprised of artists, technicians, and theater designers who work together to construct epic mechanical monsters.

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November 18, 2019

Mesmerizing Kinetic Art Reveals Two Completely Different Portraits in a Single Painting

Self-taught artist Sergi Cadenas reveals two distinct portraits in a single painting. The incredible, transformative art changes as you walk from either side of it by gradually shifting faces as you do so. In one piece, Marilyn Monroe turns into Albert Einstein while another painting showcases a young woman aging many decades into an older version of herself.

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