Underwater Portraits.

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Photographer Claudia Legge captures very beautiful underwater portraits of naked women. The women look like goddesses or mythical sculptures.

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Dragon Ball Z: Fall Of Men

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The fan film is a re-imagining of the bleak reality of Future Trunk’s original timeline where Goku, Gohan and the rest of the Z-Fighter have perished at the hands of the Androids and Cell. As the last surviving warrior, can Trunks slowdown Cell long enough for Bulma to complete the Time Machine back at Capsule Corp.? As for the project, the muted colors and landscape work well. There’s no purple hair or bipedal dog people. Sure the VFX isn’t terribly great but the concept is solid and the storytelling is respectful of the lore. This just might be the best live-action DBZ Universe to date.

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Hailing All Saints.

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Moscow-based photographer Karen Kananian created this beautiful “All Saints” series for the Russian Hairdressing Awards 2015 with the help of hair and make-up artist Maria Rozental.

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THIS Is Why A Rolex Is So Expensive…


If you’ve ever wondered why a Rolex was so expensive you may want to watch this demonstration of a Rolex Submariner being disassembled, showing the intricacies involved in the time piece in exquisite detail.  The demonstration is of course performed by a professional watchmaker, who meticulously picks apart the watch with great skill.  Although back in the 50’s, they weren’t as expensive.

“First revealed to the public in 1953, the Rolex Submariner was a diving watch for everyone. Appealing to both professional and hobby divers, the Submariner set the standard for the category, its affordability and practicality unmatched. Rolex also developed non-chronometer versions of the Submariner that were even more affordable, costing roughly two weeks’ pay at the time.”


Chef Jacques La Merde And His Junk-food.

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The brilliant Instagram chef ‘Jacques La Merde‘ is revolutionizing the way we see fine dining by plating (the very low-brow) junk food common to everyday life. This parody of Haute cuisine is clever and quite skillful, but no one is sure who the jokester behind the account really is.
Follow Jacques La Merde on Instagram.

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The Return Of Missy Elliot… WTF.


Missy Elliott is the comeback queen. Her last album, The Cookbook, came out way back in 2005, but since that time she’s popped up here and there, and in each instance she’s been met with the same level of exuberant enthusiasm. Most recently, she made an appearance at Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show , which stirred up the Missy Elliott fever and got everyone extra hungry for new stuff from her. Elliott has dropped hints that she’s been working with Timbaland on her seventh studio album, but no word has been given as to when it’ll be out. Thankfully, we’ve got this brand new video for “WTF (Where They From)” to hold us over. The video features Pharrell Williams and will get your weird shoulders popping for sure.

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Vogue Ukraine November Issue 2015 Spread

 The cover and black and white spread was created by Elizaveta Porodina ffor Vogue Ukraine. Usually, Vogue Ukraine has really artsy covers but this one is a contrast with its black and white, almost haunting shot. Especially considering they choose the usually quirky Lou Schoof for it. Style : Julie Pelipas,  Style assistance : Anna Phebey, Hair and Make up : Heiko Palace

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