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Drawings on bananas

News | 2 days ago and 5 hours | Zukic

A graphic artist Stephan Brusche (aka iSteef) combines clean bananas and his imagination to create these interesting drawings. Although his canvas is organic and small, the graphic proves that he has unlimited possibilities. His work focuses mainly on animals, pop culture and biblical stories.

Drawings on bananas

Portraits of celebrities from the 60s

News | 2 days ago and 5 hours | Zukic

Remarkable black and white portraits of VIPs taken between the 60s and 70s by David Bailey.

Portraits of celebrities from the 60s

A scale model of Russia from St. Petersburg

News | 2 days ago and 5 hours | Zukic

In St. Petersburg there is a unique scale model perfectly reflecting Russia. The object made in 1:87 scale occupies an area of 800 square meters. Take a look at some parts of the mock-up, which couldn't lack... vodka! Otherwise it wouldn't be the model of Russia.

A scale model of Russia from St. Petersburg

Animal photo bodypainting - Gesine Marwedel

News | 2 days ago and 5 hours | Zukic

These are not real animals, but a painter Gesine Marwedel is the master of bodypainting. The artist can create everything on the human body using paints. Take a look at his drawings of animals on human bodies.

Animal photo bodypainting - Gesine Marwedel

The first smile of a veteran shot in the face

News | 2 days ago and 6 hours | Zukic

In 2006, a sniper shot Dustin Kirby in the face. The incident took place during the service in Karma, Iraq. Since then, the veteran avoided giving a smile. That changed ten years later, when the 32-year-old soldier regained all his teeth through complicated surgery to restore jaw and prosthetics.

The first smile of a veteran shot in the face

School lunch around the world, or what students eat in different countries

News | 4 days ago and 22 hours | Zukic

What's different about the school lunch served in India from the one given in Japan and the United States? See what students from all over the world get to eat!

School lunch around the world, or what students eat in different countries

Torpedo from 1946

News | 4 days ago and 22 hours | Zukic

Torpedo was a car to revolutionize the automotive industry, but for various reason and problems only 51 vehicles were built. Their small amount made that over time they have become highly sought after and their price exploded, an example of which is a copy sold in 2012 for 2.65 million dollars. Take a look to the inside of this vehicle and see for yourself what you can have for this price!

Torpedo from 1946

Bent trees, or Slope Point in New Zealand

News | 4 days ago and 23 hours | Zukic

When Nature handles something, it certainly will be made beautiful. This was the case considering deformed and curved in one direction trees. Strong and cold winds blowing from the South Pole shaped these trees like that so they look like from a fairy tale or surreal images. See photos of Slope Point in New Zealand.

Bent trees, or Slope Point in New Zealand

An ultra modern house in Hong Kong

News | 4 days ago and 23 hours | Zukic

This ulta modern house is located in Sai Kung, of Hong Kong district. The property was designed by Millimeter, at the special order. All spaces you need for living, separated by glass walls were included in the project included. The house has even a glass garage. See the rest for yourself!

An ultra modern house in Hong Kong

A rest-home for Alzheimer's patients in Ohio

News | 4 days ago and 23 hours | Zukic

"Lantern of Chagrin Falls" is a one-of-a-kind care center, in which every patient has their own house. In the US state of Ohio there was created the center for people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease, which offers its charges fantastic living conditions and rehabilitation. There are no small, overcrowded, sterile rooms, and instead of them there are private homes.

A rest-home for Alzheimer's patients in Ohio

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