Dmytro Tolkachov
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The Funniest Reactions To Leonardo DiCaprio Beign Snubbed By The Oscars

In 2016, the most unfortunate A-lister of Hollywood is close to winning the ever-elusive award as never before. Leo gave a particularly tour-de-force portrayal of frontiersman and fur trapper Hugh Glass, and his fifth try to go home with a golden guy instead of a blonde supermodel seems as realistic, as the cameras work in ‘The Revenant’. However, it is not for nothing that his notorious bad luck with the Academy turned into a standing joke.

13 Reasons The Blizzard 2016 Was This Winter’s Most Photogenic Event

Winter storm Jonas was raving everywhere from Virginia to New England, bringing New York City and Washington DC to a halt dumping up to 40 inches of white powder in some places. It affected the lives of more than 80 million people and became the second largest storm in the history of NYC. No matter how nasty it was, it was still possible to embrace its grandeur and thrilling beauty by taking a pic or two! The Blizzard has proven to be the most photogenic event of the 2016 winter.

Bizarre Yet Beautiful Tattooed Porcelain Figurines Jessica Harrison

Traditionally, decorative ceramic figurines represent kitsch beauty and serenity. Upon first glance, they are appropriate only for decorating your granny’s cabinet. British artist Jessica Harrison took an interest in these ceramic sculptures and reinvented the medium. She covered refined young women who resemble Jane Austen’s characters in neck-to-wrist sailor tattoos. As a result, her modified porcelain ladies appear slightly humorous, grotesque but undeniably fascinating.

Kids’ Monster Doodles Turned Into Stunning Illustrations

Five years ago, Katie Johnson, a University of North Texas Communication Design senior at that time, decided to help kids maintain their sparkling imagination and show them many ways in which they could apply it in art. She started The Monster Project, a collaborative program aimed at giving kids more opportunities to use their creativity at school.

9 Disturbing Portraits That Deliver A Thought-Provoking Message

Seung-Hwan Oh, an experimental photographer and a microbiologist based in Seoul, once got fascinated by the fact that mold destroys film, badly stored in archives. This inspired him to deliver the idea of impermanence of matter in a disturbingly metaphorical way. The artist cultivated fungus and applied it to film before he put it into his camera and took portraits of his friends.

This Vertical Forest Tower Looks Astonishing – Yet It Causes A Media Outrage

The legendary Hanging Garden of Babylon has been recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the idea of constructing a building that incorporates lush greenery into its design has always excited architects since then. This is why it comes as no surprise that Switzerland – a country celebrated for its design traditions – is planning to build an over-100-meter-tall residential tower that would demonstrate the symbiosis of architecture and nature. Its façade will feature about 100 cedar trees, 6,000 shrubs, and 18,000 plants on projecting terraces.