A funny note in a crashed supercar
Quite an unusual image could be seen on the Ukrainian Kharkov-Dnieper highway, where one of the first Aston Martin DB11 supercars crashed. What's most interesting, the owner of this expensive car practically abandoned it after an accident, leaving a note under the windshield. Judging from the photos, the accident wasn't so dangerous, but repairing this Aston Martin won't be cheap at all. Check out what was on the note.
A girl who wishes to become the first human on Mars
Thanks to films like Star Trek and Star Wars, being at the top of global popularity and the ongoing rockets research done by SpaceX of Elon Musk, interest in space has never been so big. And though most of us only dream about flying into space, one girl decided to make these dreams come true.
Photos from British Beard & Moustache in Blackpool
Those are photos of gentlemen with beards taken at the fourth British Beard & Mustache, held every two years. The competition took place in Blackpool.
Photos from drones are stunning
Here we have amazing aerial shots by Demas Rusli, a full-time architect, hobbyist photographer and digital artist from Jakarta, Indonesia, who now lives and works in Sydney, Australia.
Facebook's unusual billboards in London
After Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook worked hard (and spent a lot) trying to repair image with digital and social advertising, but also with OOH. A mysterious London street artist thought he could make their campaign more 'honest'. See how he "improved" their billboards.
Hong Kong after dark
A dazzling urban night scenery of Hong Kong streets - those are photos by Nikolaus Gruenwald, a talented photographer from Stuttgart in Germany. Nikolaus focuses mainly on travel and street photography. Recently, he visited Hong Kong to capture spectacular some urban landscapes.
The world's largest statue of fish
A giant golden tower of the puffer fish, glowing in the sun, has become a local landmark in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province in eastern China. This huge tower was built to increase awareness and to protect ecological resources in the Yangtze basin.
Nike transformes the West Side church in Chicago into a basketball court
The Church of the Epiphany built in 1885 in West Side, Chicago was useless for 7 years. The Nike brand bought it at the beginning of the year and turned it into a basketball court!
Australia's drought from a bird's eye view
Such dry summer this year has taken its toll on many continents. Beside Europe, it was also heavily felt by eastern Australians. See photos of drought taken from a drone, such photos make Australian farmers concern about the future.