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30+ Creative Tea Bag Designs For Tea Lovers

Which is the world’s most widely consumed drink after water? It’s not coffee or Coke. It’s tea. And we’re not surprised. Not only is it healthier and cheaper than coffee but also predates it by about 3000 years. It even keeps Mother Earth happy by leaving a smaller carbon footprint and wasting fewer resources in trade.   According to the U.N Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), six billion cups are […]


6 Non-Stop Minutes of 2014’s Best Video Clips

233 viral video clips in 6 non-stop minutes. How many can you recognize? Editing by Zapatou (Luc Bergeron), whose annual “Best of Web” compilation is now in its seventh year. I can’t wait to see what treasures 2015 will bring! . Best of Web 2013 (6) Best of Web 2012 (5) Best of Web 2011 (4) Best of Web 2010 (3) Best of Web 2009 (2) Best of Web 2008 […]


20+ Creative Artworks Made From Household Objects

Domenic Bahmann (aka Domfriday) is a Melbourne-based art director, illustrator and photographer. According to his bio, he’s always seeking new ways to see the world and his ideas are based on daily observations. In an ongoing series of playful creations, Domenic uses everyday objects and turns them into fun and imaginative artworks. You can find Domenic’s latest creations on all the major channels (listed below). You can also check out […]


50+ Amazing Finds on Google Earth [MASTER COLLECTION]

Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program.   It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and geographic information system (GIS) 3D globe. Just like their data-rich Maps and Street View offerings, Google Earth is a treasure trove of oddities.   You’ve no doubt already come across some interesting finds on Google Earth. The post below attempts to compile […]


2014 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards is a globally recognised award, and one of the leading global photographic awards programme in existence today. Launched in 2008, the awards are dedicated to supporting and cultivating photographic culture. Selected from over 70,000 entries, here are the picked highlights and winners from the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. All photos where judged on a single shot. To learn about the categories and individual winners […]


Automobile Photography: Week #18

GenCept brings to you the most exiting and breathtaking cars on your screen. Automobile Photography of the week a.k.a. Cars of the Week is a series of posts where every week we’re going to showcase some of most powerful and extreme machines around. This post is dedicated to the automobile enthusiasts. Our goal is to share automotive enthusiasm and to be the number 1 source for Information and High Quality […]


Top Mind-Bending Illusions of 2012

Let’s wrap up 2012 with some of the most mind-bending photos or artworks we came across this year. Though an illusion is defined in several different ways, we like it when it’s described as something that distorts our senses or changes our perceived reality. From clever companies to creative street artists, these were the top works that really messed with our minds. Enjoy =D Human Body Painting By Jean-Paul Bourdier […]


Year 2012 in Space: 30+ Outstanding Photographs

The year in space in 2012 saw the first images from Mars Curiosity, a first step for business in space with the launch of SpaceX, a world-record space jump, the final journeys of NASA’s space shuttles as well as the deaths of space pioneers Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride. Featuring below the “YEAR 2012 in SPACE through PHOTOGRAPHS”. Production by Natalie Armstrong One Giant Leap Nosy Shuttle ‘Touchdown Confirmed!’ Wait […]


The Big Picture Photography Competition: Best of 2012 by Telegraph

Almost five years ago Telegraph launched the Big Picture competition, inviting readers of the Daily Telegraph to send them photographs depicting all that is weird and wonderful in the world of travel. Since then they have received tens of thousands of responses. As they approach the competition’s 250th round in early 2013, the standard of entries continues to delight and impress them. Currently the competition is only open to those […]


"Adding Colors to History" A Collection of 30+ Colorized Historic Photos

Artist Mads Madsen has an amazing skill for colorizing old black and white photographs. Even beside their original counterpart the results are impressive, bringing a new dimension of realism to historic images. An American Civil War buff, Madsen’s 450+ portfolio of images can be seen on minus.com where he has amassed over 2.6 million views. Many of his subjects are portraits of commanders from the civil war.   Madsen says […]


Travel Photographer of the Year 2012 – The Best Pictures

Travel Photographer of the Year showcases the diverse world of travel photography and this is clearly evident from this year’s gallery. Amongst the winners are some which are beautiful, some thought-provoking, some gritty or poignant, some controversial. All were taken by talented photographers – amateur, semi-professional and professional. All photographs courtesy of TPOTY


Automobile Photography: Week #17

GenCept brings to you the most exiting and breathtaking cars on your screen. Automobile Photography of the week a.k.a. Cars of the Week is a series of posts where every week we’re going to showcase some of most powerful and extreme machines around. This post is dedicated to the automobile enthusiasts. Our goal is to share automotive enthusiasm and to be the number 1 source for Information and High Quality […]