Model/Cosplayer: Anthony Misiano
Why yes indeed, that is awesome
People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.
A Sherlock Holmes four-page story done for practice. By Alberto Navajo.
Galactus & Silver Surfer by Hénanff Fabrice
The Justice Society of America – art by Joe Kubert (1970)
After her father passed away from cancer before getting the chance to fulfill his dream of traveling the world, 25-year-old photographer Jinna Yang found a way to cope with her grief by backpacking across Europe with a life-size cardboard cutout of him. From her experience, Yang learned, “I just know that I will try to live every single day like it is my absolute last. I will cherish the time, the people, the opportunities that we have in front of us. He’s inspired me to take chances and has motivated me to keep pushing, especially when things get tough.”
Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto recently collaborated on an incredible series of high speed photographs.
The duo shot colored liquids at 1/3,500th of a second, transforming them into amorphous sculptures.
Japanese artist Sagaki Keita creates his work by drawing thousands of child like cartoon characters – making each up as he goes – to create an overall familiar landscape or object. The pieces can become hypnotizing while you look at them, trying to note every doodle that makes up the whole. See more below: