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Cave Art By Ra Paulette

Ra Paulette is an American cave sculptor based in New Mexico who digs into hillsides to sculpt elaborate artistic spaces inside mountains. Reviewer Martha Mendoza in the Los Angeles Times described the caves he created as shrines, as hallowed places, a “sanctuary for prayer and meditation” while others describe the caves as works of art. The caves are finished with “scallops, molded curves, smooth ledges, inlaid stones, narrow pods and crusty ledges”. His caves attract visitors worldwide.
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24 Nov 2016 08:05:00
A gallery assistant poses with the 1972 work “Secretary” at a press viewing of the artist's exhibition “Allen Jones RA” at the Royal Academy of Arts in London November 11, 2014. (Photo by Neil Hall/Reuters)

A gallery assistant poses with the 1972 work “Secretary” at a press viewing of the artist's exhibition “Allen Jones RA” at the Royal Academy of Arts in London November 11, 2014. (Photo by Neil Hall/Reuters)
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12 Nov 2014 13:39:00
How To Pass Time On Your Commute To Work

We all have our own ways of passing time on our daily commutes. Some people read, others try to sleep, and many listen to music or play on their phones. But one creative commuter has a simple and highly entertaining way that hopefully more people will embrace. By placing a face from a newspaper in front of a person at just the right angle, they transform other commuters into recognizable celebrities while keeping the unbeknownst participant obscured.
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02 Jul 2013 10:46:00
“Asaro from the Eastern Highlands”. The mudmen could not cover their faces with mud because the people of Papua New Guinea thought that the mud from the Asaro river was poisonous. So instead of covering their faces with this alleged poison, they made masks from pebbles that they heated and water from the waterfall, with unusual designs such as long or very short ears either going down to the chin or sticking up at the top, long joined eyebrows attached to the top of the ears, horns and sideways mouths. (Jimmy Nelson)

“Asaro from the Eastern Highlands”. The mudmen could not cover their faces with mud because the people of Papua New Guinea thought that the mud from the Asaro river was poisonous. So instead of covering their faces with this alleged poison, they made masks from pebbles that they heated and water from the waterfall, with unusual designs such as long or very short ears either going down to the chin or sticking up at the top, long joined eyebrows attached to the top of the ears, horns and sideways mouths. (Photo and caption by Jimmy Nelson)
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20 Oct 2013 08:54:00
Lonesome George

“The last known individual of the subspecies was a male named Lonesome George (Spanish: El Solitario Jorge/George), who died on 24 June 2012. In his last years, he was known as the rarest creature in the world. George served as a potent symbol for conservation efforts in the Galápagos and internationally”. – Wikipedia. (Photo by Rodrigo Buendia/AFP)
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26 Jun 2012 14:05:00
Cosplayers dressed as She- Ra and Emma Frost pose for a photograph at the MCM Comic Con at ExCeL exhibition centre in London on October 28, 2017. (Photo by Tolga Akmen/AFP Photo)

Cosplayers dressed as She- Ra and Emma Frost pose for a photograph at the MCM Comic Con at ExCeL exhibition centre in London on October 28, 2017. (Photo by Tolga Akmen/AFP Photo)
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30 Oct 2017 07:24:00
Kang Na-ra, a North Korean defector who is now a beauty YouTuber, points at her lips after putting on a lipstick made by North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, June 11, 2019. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)

Kang Na-ra, a North Korean defector who is now a beauty YouTuber, points at her lips after putting on a lipstick made by North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, June 11, 2019. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
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06 Dec 2019 00:05:00
Fire rises from an oil tank in the port of Es Sider, in Ras Lanuf, Libya January 4, 2016. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

Fire rises from an oil tank in the port of Es Sider, in Ras Lanuf, Libya January 4, 2016. Firefighters have extinguished two fires at oil storage tanks at Libya's Ras Lanuf terminal, but blazes continue at five tanks in the nearby port of Es Sider after attacks this week by Islamic State militants, a Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFG) spokesman said on Thursday. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)
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10 Jan 2016 12:14:00