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What would have happened if ancient civilizations hadn't been colonized? Would their scientific improvements be the solution to many of our problems?
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The city of Seoul is packed with novelties, blinking lights, and loud music. Not for anything Korea is the place of origin of the most recent music craze that took over the AMAs this year; but it also offers some solace for those who are looking for a more calm experience: cozy coffee shops.
A witch-inspired tattoo has it all: beauty, mystery, and a message of empowerment.
Tiny tattoos are sophisticated and elegant, and New York-based tattoo artist JonBoy is an expert in the subject.
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Tattoo artist Susannah Popov-Griggs has spent the past ten years hard at work developing her confident, fluid lines, expressive color palette, and crafting her own dramatically delicate tattoo aesthetic.
On Unicorn Day, embrace the unicorn craze with these amazing tattoo ideas that don't make it kitchy, but classy.
Even though Mexico wasn't that involved in WWII, the government decided to launch a big propaganda campaign to encourage the population in case more action was required. Needless to say, the posters had our characteristic sense of humor.
These playful cacti in fluorescent green and pink will bring the sunny California desert into your home.
From the early 1950s until the fall of the Wall, the US and the USSR were involved in the tense Cold War, materialized in the famous space race. For the Soviets, though, the aim wasn’t just beating the US (which they did), but actually taking Communism to outer space.
Filipino visual artist Robbin Gregorio creates unique and intricate paper cuttings inspired by pop culture. Here are his renditions of 'Game of Thrones,' perhaps the most popular TV shows in the last decade.
What if animals did to us what we to do them? "Tommy Tiptop," a book from 1893, features illustrations that show what that would look like.
The art of Iliana, an Instagram artist and illustrator who goes by the nickname "Growmija", is full of references to her Latinx heritage and roots. Her motto is "A universe in constant creation," and these illustrations show why.