Posts Tagged ‘collection’

The Best Images of Catwomen


Sleek, lathered up, purrs when she talks. Sometimes she’s your enemy, sometimes your lover. It’s Catwoman. Not the Cat you’ve seen on Halloween a thousand times (and every one very, very welcome). And please don’t confuse her with the Black Cat, the Marvel hotty who does battle with Spiderman. Catwoman is employed by DC, as […]

Famous Beauties as Super Girls


Supergirl is a female counterpart to the DC Comics Superman. As his cousin, she shares his super powers and vulnerability to Kryptonite. She was created by writer Otto Binder and designed by artist Al Plastino in 1959. She first appeared in the Action Comics comic book series and later branched out into animation, film, television, […]

The Best Pin-up Girl Paintings


Long time ago when people didn’t have cameras, this was the only way to express beauty of women. These kind of paintings were used for different magazine covers. Nowadays this kind of art style only be like a hobby. Here is the best collection of some artist pin-up girl paintings. Maybe, these pin-up girl paintings […]

Unreal Paintings Done Using Oil Technique


These are some of the remarkable oil paintings by Shawn Barber from his collection acclaimed as “Tattooed Portraits”. He received his B.F.A. from the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, FL. I really like his artwork.

New World by Christian Stoll


Photographer Christian Stoll has a knack for finding futurism in the modern world. From the cities of the world and the ships that traverse them, Stoll uses daring perspectives to capture today’s techno culture in motion. With a wide angle lens and the backing of major ad agencies, Stoll’s photographs become the bed upon which […]

Incredible Not-Photoshopped Photographs


Aren’t you tired of all those digitally modified photoshopped pictures? Nowadays you can’t believe even your friend who’s showing his newest photos from his trip to Egypt, because all those photos might be photoshopped. It’s a scary world we’re living in – full of lies, sins and photoshopped images. But things can be different. There […]

The Ghosts of Old London


To dispel my disappointment that I cannot rent that Room to Let in Old Aldgate, I find myself returning to scrutinize the collection of pictures taken by the Society for Photographing the Relics of Old London held in the archive at the Bishopsgate Institute. It gives me great pleasure to look closely and see the […]