The Director’s Cut dives deeper into the world of a bird and a fish, Roberta Mancino and Mark Healey. This story was collaboratively created on-site in the Bahamas over 5 days, capturing over 150 hours of footage. Directed and Edited: Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson Camera: Andy Casagrande, Mark Healey, Roberta Mancino and Bradford Schimidt Via Youtube Continue reading Director’s Cut – Shark Riders
When the inevitable apocalypse happens and the electricity, broadband and everything goes, what are you going to do? Some people have already thought ahead and set up some pretty awesome survival shelters. But most of us are going to have to scrabble around in the dirt and start from scratch. And in the event of the end of days, you’re gonna need a guy like … Continue reading Amazing: This Guy Makes An Incredible Shelter Using Just Rocks, Trees, Dirt And His Hands!
Get ready for a trip down fashion’s memory lane. In 2 minutes, we’re highlighting top style trends, from 1915 to today. Continue reading 100 Years of Fashion in 2 Minutes
was just another day for the construction workers who unearthed a nearly 2,000 year old sarcophagus, a stone coffin, at a building site in Ashkelon, Israel. So much so that they didn’t bother to tell anybody about it – they actually hid the ancient coffin when they found it, afraid they’d have to stop working if they showed it to anyone. Some serious workers, these … Continue reading Photos of the 1,800-year-old coffin everyone’s talking about
If you think fashion innovations and collaborations are phenomena of the recent years, think again, as in 1947 fashion went… underwater! LIFE photographer Sam Shere took some breathtaking -literally breathtaking, pictures of a bizarre fashion show that took place in the bottom of the sea. These images depict models posing, walking and playing sports (!), while some of them are not even wearing oxygen masks. … Continue reading Rare Photos of an Underwater Fashion Show That Took Place in 1947
Few sports are more picturesque than rock climbing. The views the climber is rewarded with before, during and after a climb are without a doubt ahead of many of life’s pleasures. A boulder or a mountain near where you live are enough to turn you into a climber and, of course an upper body strength. Even though many climbers stick to climbing indoors at gyms … Continue reading Amazing Photographs Of Rock-Climbing
Austin Tott likes his tattoos tiny. Tiny and abstract, and posing with their bigger counterparts. This means taking a wrist with a ship tattoo and photographing with a naval map background. Or taking a picture of a wrist with envelope ink and a wall full of… well, envelopes. By far the smartest choice, I think, is the fox tattoo and log background, unless I’m mistaken … Continue reading Tiny Tattoos Paired With Matching Backgrounds By Austin Tott
One of the profoundly horrifying things you discover when reading history is that nobody really knows what happened. What we call “history” is a bunch of stories relayed by people with agendas, edited (or outright suppressed) by other people who also had agendas, and repackaged into a simplistic story that an elementary school child can understand. That means that from the most pivotal moments of … Continue reading 6 Historical Myths You’ve Lapped Up As Fact