Big cats be playin’ in boxes.
These sculptures are created with such mathematical precision that the image can only be seen as a reflection. To get this effect the London-based artist, Jonty Hurwitz, first scans a 3D object, then distorts it with a computer using π algorithms. His final pieces, made from steel, resin, perspex, or copper, have to be viewed next to a round reflective cylinder – only then do the objects come into focus.
Truly incredible works of art.
Victorian Post-Mortem Photography
Of all the shocking images available online, one of the strangest and most unsettling phenomena dates back to Victorian times. In the 19th century, post-mortem photography thrived when families who could not afford a painted portrait of a lost loved one could opt for a quicker and less expensive option. The images helped families immortalize the dearly departed in a number of ways.
The poses of the deceased depend on the subject’s age and the family’s personal preference. For instance, younger children were often portrayed in a deep sleep in a crib or on a couch while adults were propped up as if alive with their eyes open or sometimes captured inside their coffins.
It is indeed tempting to benefit from Anonymous’ work and harass the idiot garbage monsters of the Westboro Baptist Church, but DO NOT DO IT.
These people are lawyers, and the area of law in which they specialize is how cruelly can we legally harass a group of American citizens, and which of…
Dave Holmes is right.