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What is it about ventriloquist dummies that scares us and makes us feel uncomfortable? Matthew Rolstons series Talking Heads will try to decipher that particular feeling.
David Nebreda decided to isolate himself to capture the darkest side of his mind through his photographs.
The truth is out there... And sometimes it's more boring than conspiracy theories made us believe.
In the same year of the 50th commemoration of the liberation of Auschwitz, not so far from there, thousands of people were still captive in prison camps in the Balkans.
In 1910, the Terra Nova Expedition went to the South Pole to collect specimens of the Emperor Penguin to study the evolutionary link between reptiles and birds. Most of them died along the way.
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The 1980s will go down in history as the decade that made a bold fashion statement, gave birth to the kings of many music genres, and led to the end of a uniquely nostalgic era. Latinos in New York, mostly of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, have left a lasting imprint.
Christmas has always been special in New York. And it’s good we have these vintage pictures to prove it!
Though its population is dwindling, the amount of human-like bodies in Nagoro remains constant thanks to a nostalgic artist determined to commemorate her hometown.
Whenever women challenge social norms, they automatically become outcasts. Imagine how strong female bodybuilders were seen during the nineteenth.
What is it about ventriloquist dummies that scares us and makes us feel uncomfortable? Matthew Rolstons series Talking Heads will try to decipher that particular feeling.
Virginia Oldoini went down in history as one of the most self-absorbed femme fatales. However, her vanity actually invented a genre in photography that is still very much alive.
Day of the Dead is one of the best holidays in Mexico. Photographer Edgar Olguín captured its essence with ballet dancers wearing Catrina makeup at several locations in Mexico City.