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Hyperrealistic Drawings By Elizabeth Patterson

Fascinated by the texture and color of water artist Elizabeth Patterson challenged herself to recreate the absurdly complex formation of water droplets on rain-streaked windshields. Her ongoing series titled Rainscapes blends drawing, hyperrealism, and traditional landscape techniques resulting in images that can be seen as both real and abstract.
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17 Sep 2014 10:29:00
Lindsay Heimbach goes airborne while sledding down a hill on Mt. Lemmon Dec. 27, 2008. Scores of others had the same idea as traffic lined up to take advantage of the snow which was estimated to be between 27-36 inches deep at Ski Valley, which opened for the first day

Lindsay Heimbach goes airborne while sledding down a hill on Mt. Lemmon December 27, 2008. (Photo by James Gregg/Arizona Daily Star)
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17 Apr 2012 12:56:00
Driftwood Dragons Sculptures By James Doran

James Doran has created two epic dragon sculpture. The first, perched on a dead tree, is called ‘The Wyvern in the Baobabs’ (a wyvern is a type of dragon with two legs and two wings). The other, ‘Wyvern’s Folly,’ is perched on a gazebo made from reclaimed steel and recycled water bottles.
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07 Jul 2015 11:26:00
GIF Art By James Kerr

James Kerr started his project “Scorpion Dagger” without any real direction, except for the intention to make one GIF everyday(ish) for one year. He had been making collages for some time and “Scorpion Dagger” started out to be a test of discipline and a way for him to learn how to animate. Making GIFs was a logical evolution to him. The project represents many different things to him, the works from which he draws upon are so powerful and inspirational to him, that he is now nearly obsessed with repurposing them to share his vision of the world, and perhaps inspire people to look at art differently. The project is tremendously personal to him, it’s a lot more than the humor that’s at its surface and he is still trying to work out what “Scorpion Dagger” really is.
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23 Dec 2013 10:39:00
James Spears takes his 1964 German built Amphicar for a drive on Lake Mead in Nevada May 6, 2015. A prolonged drought in the Western United States has drastically affected the level of the lakes water. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)

James Spears takes his 1964 German built Amphicar for a drive on Lake Mead in Nevada May 6, 2015. Its a journey many drivers dream of, rather than travelling round a lake simply driving through it. But for James Spears it may be time to make the most of the waters in Lake Mead in Nevada, as water levels are plunging as California struggles to cope with a fourthsuccessive year of droughts. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)
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08 May 2015 14:06:00
Motorhead fans. (Photo by James Mollison)

“Over three years I photographed fans outside different concerts. I was fascinated by the different tribes of people that attended them, and how people emulated celebrity to form their identity. As I photographed the project I began to see how the concerts became events for people to come together with surrogate “families”, a chance to relive their youth or try and be part of a scene that happened before they were born” – James Mollison.

Photo: Madonna fans. (Photo by James Mollison)
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25 Jun 2015 12:45:00
This 1999 photo, supplied by HBO, shows a younger-looking James Gandolfini ,who plays mob boss Tony Soprano, in an episode from the first season of the HBO cable television mob series, “The Sopranos”. (Photo by Anthony Neste/AP Photo/HBO)

This 1999 photo, supplied by HBO, shows a younger-looking James Gandolfini, who plays mob boss Tony Soprano, in an episode from the first season of the HBO cable television mob series, “The Sopranos”. Actor James Gandolfini, best known for his Emmy-winning portrayal of a conflicted New Jersey mob boss in the acclaimed HBO cable television series “The Sopranos”, has died while vacationing in Rome, the network said on June 19, 2013. (Photo by Anthony Neste/AP Photo/HBO)
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20 Jun 2013 10:55:00
Historic Hatters of James Lock and Co

Assistant Manager Jayesh Vaghela brushes a vintage silk top hat at Lock & Co. Hatters on March 22, 2011 in London, England. Founded in St. James's in 1676, when Charles II was on the throne, this family owned business has provided hats for Royalty and the gentry for over 300 years. Staff report that sales of formal hats are booming ahead of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.
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27 Mar 2011 12:56:00