Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival 2012

Posted by admin on January - 9 - 2012
Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival 2012

The China northeastern city of Harbin is known as a “City of Ice” and a cradle of the ice-and-snow culture in the world. The long and frigid winter, and the high plasticity and hardness of ice blocks quarried from the Songhua River, furnish favorable conditions for ice and snow sculpture.

Creative Artwork Pencil Vs Camera by Ben Heine

Posted by admin on March - 23 - 2011
Creative Artwork Pencil Vs Camera by Ben Heine

A talented Belgian illustrator and photographer Ben Heine is one of artists who like to put his artworks out of boundaries. Originally using a camera, a pencil and simple A3 and A4 paper to bring his art to life, Ben has expanded his techniques to include different methodology. Bens artworks are the fusion of drawing and perfect placement. There are four ways that Ben produce his work. The traditional way,  [ Read More ]

The 27th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival

Posted by admin on January - 5 - 2011
Harbin Ice and Snow Festival

As temperatures fall across China, the northeastern city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China is gearing up for the 27th internationally acclaimed Ice and Snow Festival. Harbin Ice Festival provides the visitors each year a whole new world of ice and snow. The 27th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival begin from January 5, 2011 and last for over one month.

Amazing Nails Life Art Story by Vlad Artazov

Posted by admin on December - 3 - 2010
Nails Life - Vlad Artemov

The way Czech photographer Vlad Artazov arranges nails in settings that are astonishingly like real life is definitely worth attention. With only bent nails and some basic sets, he is able to convey a whole spectrum of human emotions. The result is beautiful and surprisingly, sadly touching. Mostly black and white photography really gives you a better focus on the story that the photos express. If you like this Nail  [ Read More ]

Bizarre and Entertaining Land Art Festival in Croatia

Posted by admin on August - 23 - 2010

South European countries have some original customs which may be little bit weird to those who live in western countries, however most of you will find the following custom, which is held every year in Croatia, pretty entertaining. Hundreds of visitors and attendants have gathered in the village of Lug in the region of Baranja to taka a part in this bizarre and entertaining land art festival called Slama 2010.

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