19-Year-Old Student Hides Spy Camera In His Clothing To Take Secret Street Photos In The 1890s

Carl Størmer (1872-1957) enjoyed a hobby that was very, very unusual at the time. He walked around Oslo, Norway in the 1890s with his spy camera and secretly took everyday pictures of people. The subjects in Størmer’s pictures appear in their natural state. It extremely differs from the grave and strict posing trends that dominated in photography during those years. Carl got his C.P.


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/01/19-year-old-student-hides-spy-camera-in-his-clothing-to-take-secret-street-photos-in-the-1890s/

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【画像】 千鳥・大悟がとてもやつれていると話題に



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Artist Re-Imagines Classic Paintings To Obey Social Distancing Rules During The Coronavirus Pandemic

People across the globe have been instructed to obey social distancing rules for the foreseeable future amid the coronavirus pandemic. And following the new legislation, German based artist Til Kolare have reimagined a series of classic paintings in accordance with the law. More:


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/artist-re-imagines-classic-paintings-to-obey-social-distancing-rules-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

Italian Photographer Matteo Carella Captures Urban Tokyo In Noir And Neon

Matteo Carella aka adjacent.future is a self-taught photographer from Torre Annunziata (a town near Naples, Italy) currently based in Milan. He loves capturing Tokyo pictures both in daylight and nightlight scene. More: Matteo Carella, Instagram h/t: boredpanda “I’ve travelled a lot in my life, but visiting Asia is a completely different story. I went there in 2015 for the first time...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/italian-photographer-matteo-carella-captures-urban-tokyo-in-noir-and-neon/

【画像】 日本人さん、こんな時にコロナ撃退を祈願し神社に大集結してしまう



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Temporary Tattoos Are Back, And They’re Better Than Ever

If you were lucky enough to have grown up in the 90s, you probably remember transfer tattoos. Cut one, apply on clean skin, press down with a damp towel and hold for a few seconds – and there, you have a tattoo for the next seven to twelve days! They were all the rage back then, but then they sort of… vanished. These tattoos weren’t suitable for teens or adults – they were silly, childish...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/temporary-tattoos-are-back-and-theyre-better-than-ever/

【動画】 どうしてこうなった・・ ホームから線路に車が転落、電車遅延で騒然 = JR高山線那加駅



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 あり得ない説のように思えるが、これまで人類はまさかの発見を幾度もしてきた。もしそうならロマンが広がるSFみがある話じゃないか。 続きを読む

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Getty Museum Challenges People To Recreate Great Works Of Art With Items And People In Their Homes

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles challenged those who might be bored while in quarantine to recreate great works of art from the Getty online collection using three items and/or people at their home. The response to the challenge was quite overwhelming and incredibly creative. h/t: laughingsquid View this post on Instagram We challenged you to dig into Getty's online collections and...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/getty-museum-challenges-people-to-recreate-great-works-of-art-with-items-and-people-in-their-homes/

【動画】 ガールズバー、苦肉の策でテレビ電話によるリモート営業を始めた結果ww 「何が面白いんだよそれw」「テレクラかww」



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These Viral Visual Explanations Are Spreading Information About COVID-19 Extremely Effectively

This animation shows how the exponential spread of the virus can be slowed by simple measures such as working at home and not attending barbecues. These amazing illustrations by cartoonist Toby Morris and microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles explaining the importance of social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak have gone viral after they were published by New Zealand webiste The Spinoff. h/t:


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/these-viral-visual-explanations-are-spreading-information-about-covid-19-extremely-effectively/