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Unique WOW Those Legs – Citylegs

Unique WOW Those Legs – Citylegs

There is such a famous instagram project Citylegs - Photo Editor of the newspaper “New York Times” Stacy Baker relieves feet of passers-by on the streets of New York. It would seem that nothing supernatural, but its page in Instagrame where she puts photos, thousands of subscribers. Pictures Stacy gets the Diverse: funny, wicked, weird, sexy, funny.Tights, fishnet tights, skirts, heels in his own characterize owners of legs, making a kind of portrait of the city. Perhaps this is the secret of success of the project. And this project has opened our eyes – it turns out the legs are present-o-nly different. check out….

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Wedding Fashion Out of Toilet Paper

Wedding Fashion Out of Toilet Paper

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something bilayer – all materials designers who competed for the title of best in the 10th annual competition of wedding dresses out of toilet paper in New York. Complicated dress and lace veil submitted to the contest were made of toilet paper rolls and materials such as glue and thread.Continue Reading

British – The World Championship Throwing Eggs

British – The World Championship Throwing Eggs

It is believed that throwing eggs, as a sport, has appeared in 1322, when it is ordered by royal.. They say that he was the only one who had chickens, and he touted his parishioners that gave each an egg for each campaign in the church. However, when the river overflowed its banks Eau, people could not get into the church, and the monks began to throw eggs waited their peasants. They also say that when the flood intensified, the monks had to use small “catapult” to cover such a long distance. It is from this tradition went to throw eggs, which in Britain is remembered, check out the pictures…

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You Will Never See This Live: Sculpture of Flying Paint

You Will Never See This Live: Sculpture of Flying Paint

The founders of the studio Floto + Warner photographers Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Vlotho presented a series of bright landscapes Clourant. Photos show the figures frozen in the air spray paints, which we would never have seen with own eyes – photos taken at a speed of 1 to 3200 seconds. Photographers claim that when they were creating pictures photoshop was not used. According to the authors, the essence of the project is to perpetuate the transient and turn our attention to the transience of life. Continue Reading