Guardian photographers Sarah Lee and David Levene took fascinating photos of the ration packs given to eleven different armies from around the world. After taking a look, it’s safe to say that not all rations are created equal. (Via The Guardian) 1. Australia The Australian rations contain a number of different items including vegemite, condensed
While the London skyline has changed considerably over the past few centuries, much of the cityscape is still dominated by buildings from years ago. Given this environment, Reddit user Shystone cleverly merged together old paintings of London streets with current Google Earth images. The results are incredible. (Via Reddit & MyModernMet) Enjoy this post? Give it a share below!
Yesterday we posted a video on our Facebook of Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, two men who scaled the second tallest building in the world, the Shanghai Tower. In addition to the GoPro video they posted on Youtube (below), the duo also took a series of photos from the top of the tower. You can check out all
Using modern colorization techniques, Russian photo editor Anton Logvynenko brought new life into photos of the Titanic from 1912. See the rest via Retronaut.
New York based artist Aakash Nihalani uses bold neon-colored tape to transform ordinary street corners and landscapes into depth-defying installations. The following images come from his recent work across the NYC and LA areas. You can check out more images at Unurth. (via thisiscolossal)