The 2020 International Photography Awards are out! Explore the beauty of the world and get some inspiration for your pics! See more on their official website: photoawards.com and know that you could already participate in the 2021 competition.
(from boredpanda.com) Ever wandered how Van Gogh, Macchiavelli or Alexander the Great really looked like? Well, can’t say that we’ll ever be able to know for sure but surely Bas Uterwijk, a Dutch photographer, did his best to give us an idea. Using a mix of portraits, statues and his expertise with computer graphics and… Read More Ultra-realistic Historical Portraits
It’s January. Christmas and New Year are gone. I’ve realized I ate more than I should have, I definitely drank more than I should have and might have forgotten to send a gift or two to some people. They still treat me as if they like me so it should be OK…right? Anyway, the post-holiday… Read More Confession of a driver
I recently stumbled upon my CD of Arcanum, an old videogame classic. I remember playing it as a kid and, unlike other games, I never turned off the background music, I was just too fascinated by it. I installed the game again, started playing and those nostalgic feelings of almost 20 years ago were perfectly… Read More Food operas
(Source:s Dagospia: shorturl.at/eiBFX and DailyMail: shorturl.at/ovGQ0) A young Swedish student, Julius Backman Jääskeläinen, 21, made us an early Christmas gift: the colourization of some incredible pictures taken during the mid-XIV Century in Japan and China. A special mention goes to Felice Beato’s picture of a group of Samurai planning their next attack during the Boshin… Read More Amazingly restored Samurai’s pictures from the XIV Century
As a fan of dark fantasy stories and a gamer, I was recommended to try “Hellblade: Senua’s sacrifice”. I admit the game’s description did not really catch me at first but against all my expectations it was emotionally overwhelming and exceptionally captivating. Additionally, if you are into Norse and Celtic mythology you will probably relate… Read More Senua’s Darkness
“Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.”– Dennis P. Kimbro
“The blues are the roots and the other musics are the fruits. It’s better keeping the roots alive, because it means better fruits from now on. The blues are the roots of all American music. As long as American music survives, so will the blues.” – Willie Dixon One way or another, we’ve all heard… Read More The songs you’ve never known were blues covers
It’s quarantine time, works not going the way you planned it, you can’t travel or visit your loved ones. Overconsumption and the sofa have become your asylum. Even if you don’t suffer from any of these symptoms and you still wish to kill time, what better moment to add a new video game to your… Read More Yakuza Adventures
I lived in Wuhan for three years, from 2017 until January 2020. Talking about my experience there could be the topic of another article, let’s just say that, even with all the difficulties, I have no regrets and I have learned a lot from it. We have all heard a lot from Wuhan during the… Read More The beginning of the pandemic: my personal experience in Wuhan.