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Tragicomical Life Of The Japanese Businessmen That I Captured While Traveling In Japan

Tragicomical Life Of The Japanese Businessmen That I Captured While Traveling In Japan

alcohol, Asia, business, David Tesinsky, full-page, Homepage featured, Japan, Photography, robots, street photography, Tokyo
My name is David Tesinsky. When I was visiting Japan I made series of images inspired by Japanese businessmen. I named it after my favorite band’s song: Kraftwerk: “The Man-Machine”. I found it fitting because the Japanese businessmen are a lot like the robots. For years they would go out drinking with colleagues and clients, returning home drunk at 2 am before rising at dawn to head back to the office. Sometimes they just sleep in the streets because they cannot afford a taxi as they are only the sheep of the huge corporates. They work daily 14 hours or even more. They are walking in the streets like ghosts self centered deeply focused at their own career that isn’t very bright but their visions are different. “Only 5 more years and I will get to the higher position in this neverending py
I Make DIY Props To Bring Some Magic Into My Photos

I Make DIY Props To Bring Some Magic Into My Photos

diy gadgets, dreammaker, full-page, gadgets, Homepage featured, lightpainting, Photography, portraits, props, self made props, turavaredzikowski
To take these pictures I used light painting and gadgets I mostly made by myself. I worked on my first gadget, called Dreammaker (the ring with crystals), for about a year to make it light and more or less good looking. Some gadgets, like UV filter with vaseline, didn’t take so much time to make! More info: pieknografia.pl I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Model: Hanna Balwierczak. I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Model: Hanna Balwierczak. I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Model: Magdalena Cibis. I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Model: Iza Giętka, Hair&MUA Marlena Kochan. I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Model: Weronika Piła. I make gadgets to bring some magic into my photos Models: Weronika Piła, Mate
This Street Artist Is Painting Fake Shadows Around The City, And The Result Is Confusing

This Street Artist Is Painting Fake Shadows Around The City, And The Result Is Confusing

Art, Damon Belanger, fake shadows, full-page, Homepage featured, painted shadows, redwood city, redwood city california, shadow, shadow art, shadows, Street Art
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40+ Rare Photos Of 1980s Italy Reveal The True Meaning Of ‘Living La Dolce Vita’

40+ Rare Photos Of 1980s Italy Reveal The True Meaning Of ‘Living La Dolce Vita’

1980s Italy, Charles Traub, dolce vita, full-page, Homepage featured, La Dolce Via, old photos, Photography, retro Italy
For over fifty years photographer Charles H. Traub has been capturing expressive moments around him, but his most impressive works have to be the ones from the 80s, when he first traveled to Italy and witnessed the iconic street life Italians call ‘La Dolce Vita.’ During the 1980s Traub visited various parts of Italy for 2 to 3 weeks at a time, documenting the intriguing lifestyle he called La Dolce Via (the Sweet Way). The freedom, slow pace, and diversity were the trademarks of the time which is now witnessed mainly in photos. According to the photographer, this street culture is now almost gone as Italy struggles to overcome the problems that arose together with the global economy. Traub describes these photos as “a time capsule” of the Italy that no longer exists. You can experience th
I Document The Progression Of My Rare Disease In Heartbreaking Illustrations

I Document The Progression Of My Rare Disease In Heartbreaking Illustrations

#Illustration, Art, art mimics life, disability, disabled, full-page, GNEM, HIBM, Homepage featured, illustrations, Kam, Kam Redlawsk, orphan disease, rare Disease, wheelchair
At age 20 I set out to complete an Industrial Design Bachelors degree. At the same time I began experiencing mysterious physical symptoms, symptoms that would lead me to an unimaginable future. I went from kicking soccer balls, running and leading an active life to making use of leg braces, canes and today a full-time wheelchair. After 5 years of searching for a name for this uninvited stumbling block, I would learn I had an extremely rare muscle deterioration genetic condition called HIBM (today it’s called GNEM) which could take my once active body to quadriplegic state. This rare condition affects one to three thousand people worldwide. My condition is known to the medical world as an “orphan disease” which is ironic since I was born an orphan in South Korea. All the doctors told me the
For 100 Days, I Illustrated People In Exchange For Their Secrets

For 100 Days, I Illustrated People In Exchange For Their Secrets

#Illustration, 100 days, digital art, full-page, Homepage featured, portraits, secrets, terence eduarte
I’m Terence Eduarte and I’m an illustrator from the Philippines. Every person has an interesting story to tell and I wanted to channel that into this project. I gathered a lot of silly secrets from friends and unexpected confessions from strangers around the world. Here are some of them. More info: Instagram | trnz.co “I’m acting in a play where this guy has to act like he’s secretly in love with me. But when the play ends, we go back to real life where I’m secretly in love with him.” “I sometimes feel alone even if I’m with friends. I feel like I’m just an add-on when we’re together.” “I want to ask my half-sister if our estranged dad ever touched her back when they were living under the same roof. Or was I his only victim?” Image credits: www.instagram.com “I always check if my friend
Girl And Her Robot Travel Through Wastelands In Alternate 90s USA In Chilling Illustrations

Girl And Her Robot Travel Through Wastelands In Alternate 90s USA In Chilling Illustrations

Art, Drawing, full-page, Homepage featured, Simon Stålenhag, simon stalenhag artbooks, tales from the loop, the electric state, the electric state artbook, things from the flood
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I Re-Imagined Disney Princesses’ Hairdo’s

I Re-Imagined Disney Princesses’ Hairdo’s

#Illustration, Disney, disney hairdos, Disney movies, Disney princesses, disney princesses hairdos, disney princesses hairstyles, elsa, frozen, full-page, hairstyle, Homepage featured, Merida, Moana, pastel.ette, Rapunzel, Tangled
As someone who’s hair barely reaches their shoulders, I wanted to give some of my favorite Disney princesses cool Pinterest inspired hairstyles (you know, the ones that you wish you could wear yourself). I drew these using Paint tool SAI. Really hope you like them! More info: Instagram Rapunzel Elsa Moana Merida Author: pastel.ette Go to Source: Bored Panda Powered by WPeMatico
I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2)

I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2)

Comics, doodles, drawing comics, full-page, Funny, funny comics, Homepage featured, relatable, relatable comics, Relatable Doodles, trudathomie, true
Hi! You may have seen some of my comics over the internet (maybe) or here on Bored Panda before but if you haven’t… hi! I’m @relatabledoodles. I draw relatable comics about the everyday “problems” in life (some are exaggerated for comical effect). Hope you nod along, chuckle a little or perhaps say “yo that’s me” to some of these comics. More info: Instagram I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To (Part 2) I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To
Girl And Her Robot Travel West In Alternate 90s USA In Chilling Illustrations By Swedish Illustator

Girl And Her Robot Travel West In Alternate 90s USA In Chilling Illustrations By Swedish Illustator

Art, Drawing, full-page, Homepage featured, Simon Stålenhag, simon stalenhag artbooks, tales from the loop, the electric state, the electric state artbook, things from the flood
Picture the USA in late 1997, but with less boy bands and more post-apocalyptic desolation. That’s exactly how Simon Stålenhag envisioned The Electric State, his upcoming latest installment to an impressive streak of successful artbooks, and we’re completely lost in how fascinating it turned out. The artist and author, who hails from Stockholm, Sweden, bases The Electric State on “a runaway teenager and her yellow toy robot,” an unlikely pair that travels the West Coast in the aftermath of a massive technological meltdown, which has apparently resulted in brutal warfare between monstrous ‘battle drones’ and sheepish humans controlled by individual Virtual Reality helmets. It’s a dark, confronting saga, and one Stålenhag vividly illustrates to the point that it looks terrifyingly real. His