Algerian street photographer Imed Kolli uses his camera to form a connection with others. For the past seven years, he's used his creativity to study the human condition, often focusing on people who live on the fringes of society. The results are haunting portraits that capture the spirit of these models, who are all just ordinary people that Kolli encounters.
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The ancient Roman Empire extended all the way to the United Kingdom, so it's not unusual for archeologists to dig...
Dolly Parton is an American icon who is known not only for her incredible talent as a celebrated musician but also for her boundless generosity and philanthropic efforts. From donating $1 million to fund vaccine research during the COVID-19 pandemic to giving free books to young children to promote literacy, Parton’s positive reach has touched thousands of lives.
We're used to seeing sparkling blue, 绿色, crystal waters, 但有时, nature throws a curveball.
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Leonardo da Vinci produced an unprecedented amount of work during the Italian Renaissance. Among his famously eclectic—and seemingly endless—portfolio, there are three creations that stand out from the rest: the Mona Lisa (a painted portrait), the Vitruvian Man (a scientific drawing), The Last Supper (a biblical fresco). Since its completion at the end of the 15th century, The Last Supper has captivated audiences.
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For the creatively minded, snow represents a giant blank canvas for art.
Japan is filled with natural wonders, but there is one in particular that is the muse of photographer Yasuto Inagaki. Mount Tate, or Tateyama, stands tall above Toyama Prefecture. Along with Mount Fuji and Mount Haku, it is considered one of the country's Three Sacred Mountains. It's a favorite spot for Inagaki to photograph, recently he was rewarded with a special view.
Language lovers will appreciate a steel sculpture created in celebration of Beijing Foreign Studies University's 80th anniversary.
A well-done optical illusion will challenge your brain and your eyes.