A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

July 17, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

This is what the internet could look like without Net Neutrality


The new President of Mongolia, Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj 


Painting done by Pablo Picasso when he was 15


Deconstructing the Bull

Picasso’s The Bull, created in late 1945, reveals how a great artist turns an idea into a masterpiece. Starting the series with a realistic drawing of a bull, Picasso used the following 10 lithographs to mutate and dissect its form, stripping away details and stylizing its anatomy. In the end, Picasso turned a highly literal representation of a bull into an intertwined series of abstract elements that balance and counterbalance each other to make up a powerful and expressive work of art. The last image is a single sinuous line that is still unmistakably a bull.

Many artists have studied The Bull over the years. It is almost a master class in its own right on the artistic process. (You can read more analysis about The Bull here.)


Forced standing was a form of treatment for some patients in 19th century mental institutions. This is a real photo of such treatment taken in the year 1890


Sperm donation extractor 

Some hospitals in China are implementing these bizarrely gross machines to help patients who are donating semen to overcome “embarrassment” and to make their experience more enjoyable.


A picture of every extraterrestrial body that robots from mankind have landed on and photographed 


How are Containers Loaded On Cargo Ships?


This is the pizza order one woman used to get police to her home, where she was being held hostage by her boyfriend (article)

fascinating photos


Man Passes Out Drunk, Disgruntled Girlfriend Shoves 12 Screws Up His Urethra


Why UPS Trucks Don’t Make Left Turns


.50 cal vs 30mm


Cops Release Disturbing Photos Of Couple Who Overdosed On Heroin While Driving With A 4-Year-Old

The boy was put in child protective services, and his mother, identified as Rhonda Pasek, along with driver James Pasek, face a variety of charges.


How not to drown, explained by the US Navy SEALS