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A massive, 8 metre tall sculpture of Marilyn Monroe, frozen with her dress blowing up, was on display at a shopping mall in downtown Dalian city, northeast China's Liaoning province, on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The sculpture is a replica of Seward Johnson's Forever Marilyn in Chicago. (Photo by Imagine China/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

A massive, 8 metre tall sculpture of Marilyn Monroe, frozen with her dress blowing up, was on display at a shopping mall in downtown Dalian city, northeast China's Liaoning province, on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The sculpture is a replica of Seward Johnson's Forever Marilyn in Chicago. (Photo by Imagine China/Rex Features/Shutterstock)
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17 Nov 2017 06:58:00
Alex Solis By Baby Terrors

Chicago-based illustrator Alex Solis created an ink drawing a day with a bizarre theme – he re-imagined what some of the most popular horror characters ever might look like as cute little (murderous) babies.
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21 May 2015 16:38:00
A quirky cartoonist challenged his own creation to a fight – but he could only draw. US artist Alex Solis, 31, from Chicago, Illinois, drew his skull t-shirt-wearing alter ego, who he calls Chuck, smashing his phone and stabbing his finger in his Inkteraction pictures. But Alex got his own back with a punch to Chucks jaw before squashing him against the bottom of the page. (Photo by Alex Solis/Caters News)

A quirky cartoonist challenged his own creation to a fight – but he could only draw. US artist Alex Solis, 31, from Chicago, Illinois, drew his skull t-shirt-wearing alter ego, who he calls Chuck, smashing his phone and stabbing his finger in his Inkteraction pictures. But Alex got his own back with a punch to Chucks jaw before squashing him against the bottom of the page. The ink man tried to get under Chucks skin to win the fight by stretching and pulling the cartoons face as the drawings became more bloody. (Photo by Alex Solis/Caters News)
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23 Feb 2015 12:39:00
Couple Adopts Twin Bear Cubs Rejected By Their Mother

David and Lana Fechter have recently adopted two adorable Siberian bear cubs that were rejected by their mother at a Chicago zoo. The two nine-week-old male cubs, Lewis and Clark, are being kept in an inside closure and are being bottle fed. When the twins get bigger and more independent, they’ll be be given a large natural enclosure with ponds and ridges to live in at Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary.
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13 Apr 2014 07:25:00
Lean With It By Paul Octavious

Lean with it' is a photographic series by chicago-based artist Paul Octavious. The images catalog friends of the photographer tilting their bodies along the same angle as a slanted tree, capturing the scene in different seasons.
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31 May 2015 07:55:00


An employee demonstrates a Blackberry Playbook tablet at a Best Buy store on April 19, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The tablets, made by Research In Motion, went on sale today in the United States and Canada. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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20 Apr 2011 09:57:00
Chicago: 35 photographs, 15 minutes. (Photo by Daniel Marker-Moors/Caters News)

A photographer is using a unique method to show the shift from day to night across famous cities in spectacular images. Daniel Marker-Moors' take on time-lapse photography – which he calls time slice – sees the photographer snap image after image, before combining them to create beautiful, vibrant works. His images usually focus on a point in the day with the most dramatic change in light, such as sunrise or sunset. Marker-Moors, from Los Angeles, begins by shooting hundreds and sometimes thousands of images from the same spot. Here: Chicago – 35 photographs, 15 minutes. (Photo by Daniel Marker-Moors/Caters News)
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21 Dec 2015 08:04:00
In this April 14, 2018 photo, National Ballet of Cuba dancer Daniela Gomez Perez stands on point as she poses outside the Capitol in Havana, Cuba. Gomez, who says Cubans love dancing, trusts the next generation of leaders will continue such traditions and that art will continue to be the engine of Cuban society. Gomez said she is proud to represent Cuba during a dance trip in May to Washington, Tampa and Chicago, and that the Cuban state has always supported dance. (Photo by Ramon Espinosa/AP Photo)

In this April 14, 2018 photo, National Ballet of Cuba dancer Daniela Gomez Perez stands on point as she poses outside the Capitol in Havana, Cuba. Gomez, who says Cubans love dancing, trusts the next generation of leaders will continue such traditions and that art will continue to be the engine of Cuban society. Gomez said she is proud to represent Cuba during a dance trip in May to Washington, Tampa and Chicago, and that the Cuban state has always supported dance. (Photo by Ramon Espinosa/AP Photo)
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01 May 2018 00:05:00