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Spectacular Aerial Photos of San Francisco at Night

You may well recognize the work of photographer Vincent Laforet — he specializes in spectacular aerial vistas, and we recently featured his images of New York City at night. 84 more words

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Intimate Portraits of '90s New York City Squatters

During her time as an art student in 1992, Ash Thayer was kicked out of her Brooklyn apartment and found herself living in the See Skwat on New York City’s Lower East Side. 354 more words

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The Otherworldly, Neon Landscape of Nevada Casinos

The flashy casinos of Las Vegas and other gambling haunts are a mind-bending experience. Between the artificial lights and constant aural stimulation, it’s easy to feel disconnected from reality and lose all sense of time. 157 more words

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Otherworldly Aerial Photos of Blue Salt Fields in Australia

As far as landscapes that look like they’re from another planet entirely go, Australia is right up there with Iceland and parts of South America. Still, despite being a native of Australia, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like these remarkable images from photographer Simon Butterworth, which we spotted at Russian culture site… 77 more words

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Björk-Inspired Tumblr Showcases Female Electronic Artists at Work

“I spend 80% of the writing process of my albums on my own…The 20% of the album process when I bring in the string orchestras, the extras, that’s documented more. 164 more words

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Fantastic Cosmic Vistas Created With Food and Household Goods

Food, the final frontier? It’s one of the great wonders of the universe that structures that exist on a cosmic scale tender to resemble those that exist on a microscopic one (compare and contrast… 230 more words

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David Williams' 'Ponycon Portraits' Capture My Little Pony Fandom, From Kids to Bronies

David Williams is a Brooklyn-based photographer who has an eye for portraiture. In his recent Ponycon Portraits series, taken at February’s 2015 Ponycon in Brooklyn, he captures the range of My Little Pony fandom, from little girls to the infamous “bronies” (adult male fans of My Little Pony). 114 more words

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