I Sorted Famous Characters By Color And Here Are What 13 Teams Look Like (New Pics)

color teams. Some of them are still missing because it’s hard to put so many characters in a little square. But the thing is, I think this is the best format to show them in the best light. 5 reply View More Replies… #2 Grey Teams 1 reply #4 Black Team 5 reply View More Replies… #6 White Team 2 reply View More Replies… #8 Purple Team 6 reply #10 Orange Team 4 reply See Also on Bored Panda

Loyal Dog Refuses To Leave His Owners Car Crash Site For 18 Months So Locals Built Him A Home

If there is one film that will certainly make you sob like it’s nobody’s business, it’s the legendary “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale”. Based on a real story of an incredibly loyal and heartbroken Japanese Akita who waited for his owner at Tokyo’s Shibuya train station every day for nine years following his death. As a symbol of remarkable loyalty and fidelity, Hachiko was portrayed in many adaptations across pop culture worldwide: books, films, statues, and more. The touching story of a beautiful friendship between man and dog is repeating itself 94 years later in Greece where this devoted dog hasn’t moved an inch from the spot where his owner met his tragic fate 18 months ago. So grab a napkin …

For The Last 10 Years, Ive Been Traveling To Inaccessible Corners Of The World And Photographing Indigenous People (30 Pics)

Alexander Khimushin. I am a traveling photographer born and raised in Sakha (Yakutia) – the coldest region of the world and one of the most isolated regions of Siberia. 10 years ago, I packed a backpack and set out on a journey that continues to this day, traveling alone to the most remote and inaccessible corners of the world. Visiting Indigenous People and learning about their cultures and traditional ways of living has become the most inspiring experience of my life. The last several years I dedicated to The World In Faces photo project that showcases the incredible diversity of our multicultural world through photo portraits and personal stories of Indigenous People. I made it my mission to tell the …

The National Geographics Travel Photo Contest Is Over And Here Are The Winners (26 Pics)

The 2019 grand prize of $7,500 went to Weimin Chu for his whimsical ‘Winter in Greenland’ photograph. Depicted in the image is a small fishing village in Upernavik, whose brightly colored homes shine brightly amidst the fog and snow. Top winners from the other categories include Huaifeng Li’s Showtime image, which won 1st Place in the People category and captures actors preparing for an evening opera performance in Licheng County, China. Winning 1st Place in the Nature category, Tamara Blazquez Haik’s photograph of a griffon vulture—titled Tender Eyes— perfectly timed to capture the bird soaring through the skies in Monfragüe National Park in Spain. Scroll down below to see all the winners and don’t forget to upvote your favs! #1 …

My 23 Illustrations Show What Famous Characters Would Buy At The Supermarket

In our consumeristic society, I wondered what they could buy if they could do their shopping just like us in a supermarket… With all those mass market products within easy reach. Tell me what you buy and I will tell you who you are… #1 Deadpool And Unicorn Soft Toy 6 reply #3 Minions And Bananas 3 reply #5 Sadness And Tissues 8 reply #7 Popeye And Spinach 12 reply View More Replies… #9 Shaggy And Tape Rolls 14 reply View More Replies… #11 Chewbacca And Shampoo 1 reply View More Replies… #13 Ryuk And Apples #14 Rick And Pickles 7 reply View More Replies… #16 Baymax And Scotch Tape 13 reply #18 Bob Parr And Cookies 3 reply #20 …

Honest Illustrations Show What Happens Behind Closed Doors In Every Relationship (30 New Pics)

A 29-year-old Los Angeles based artist, Amanda Oleander, invites her audience of 878k people on Instagram to the intimate world of relationships that is often left behind closed doors. Bored Panda. #1 #2 #3 It comes as no surprise that behind the scenes, the relationship may slightly differ from the image that we put out to the world. The talented artist shares quirky love stories through her adorable illustrations and her distinctive style filled with fine details and subtle humor helps to portray the simple yet magical bond between two people in a long-term relationship. #10 #11 #12 Amanda Oleander’s career bridges fine art, technology, performance art, and commercial work for which she was honored as one of Pure Wow’s …

Photographer Captures Moped Delivery Drivers In Hanoi Before Theyre Banned

Two-wheeled vehicles such as motorcycles or scooters are the most popular means of transportation in Southeast Asia. If you ever visited a country like Vietnam, you probably noticed that’s the choice for many locals. In high-density cities such as Hanoi, these vehicles help locals navigate through narrow streets and tiny alleys, save time for parking as you don’t need to park them like a regular car and also are surprisingly useful for transporting cargo. Bags of live fish Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Jon Enoch Children’s toy footballs Jon Enoch When Enoch read the news, he knew that he needed to document a series of photographs of these unusual drivers and their deliveries before they’re …

30 Breathtaking Photos From The 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest Finalists

Broken down into three categories nature, cities, and people – these images “tell the story of a place, show us the natural world, or share visions of people from around the globe.” Scroll down to see the National Geographic editors’ favorites thus far and experience the world seen through these unique lenses. You can check their site May 13-17 to vote for the People’s Choice winning photos. Final winners will be announced in June. #2 Glitz And Grit, Gonçalo Lobo Pinheiro, Cities Rundown neighborhoods contrast with the glitzy Grand Lisboa hotel on Macau’s skyline #4 Leviathan, Eric Seidner, People Xiapu is a giant mudflat in Fujian, China. Most famous for a battalion of bamboo poles stretching to the horizon and …

Russian Cosplayer Can Transform Herself Into Any Character (30 Pics)

Imagine if you had the ability to transform yourself into anyone. Who would you choose? With the ever-growing hype around cosplay, people are getting utterly creative with the tools they use: from budget-friendly household items to food. And while the results of those parody-style experiments can be hilarious, we definitely still appreciate the traditional cosplay classics created from make-up, wigs, and costumes. 21-year-old Russian singer, make-up artist and goddess of cosplay Jules Gudkova has a natural talent and killer skills of bringing characters of popular movies, TV shows, modern and childhood cartoons, and even toys to life with extreme accuracy. One day she’s an innocent princess, another – a whimsical animated character or a badass superhero. And although her uncanny …

Japanese Illustrator Imagines A World Where Humans Live Among Giant Animals (30 Pics)

It seems the artist likes to indulge himself with illustrations that depict soft and cuddly animals – pandas, rabbits, dogs and the like – although, it’s pretty evident that the cats are the apples of the artist’s eye. The atmosphere in the pictures is almost always etherial and peaceful, complete with story-telling elements in their compositions. Many of the illustrations are marked with soft sunshine filtering through various objects, including leaves and windows. #2 A world where you can surrender yourself to sleep on a giant ball of fur is a world where you wouldn’t be able to get any work done. A perfect world. Fun fact: did you know that in traditional Japanese architecture, a door, window or room …

Artist Recreates Classical Paintings Using Pop Culture Characters (13 Pics)

Lothlenan began his series while doing a study of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Andrews’ by Thomas Gainsborough in his free time as a way to strengthen his painting skills. Perhaps out of the need to exhilarate his studying experience, Lothlenan decided to ‘spice things up’ a little bit by portraying the Earl of Lemongrab from ‘Adventure Time’ as Mr. Andrews – the original protagonist of Gainsborough’s painting. #2 Le Printemps (Pierre Auguste Cot) As Princess Bubblegum And Marceline Le Printemps (or Springtime) is an oil-on-canvas painting from mid-19th century done by French Classicist artist Pierre Auguste Cot. It depicts a flirtatious duo enjoying their time together on a swing. Inspired by Neoclassicism and Romanticism, Cot was famous for creating lushly sensual …

Frozen Lake Michigan Shatters Into Millions Of Pieces And Results In Surreal Imagery

told MLive. “The ice is certainly deteriorating and breaking up.” Gunner’s Pixs Greg VandeLeest Gunner’s Pixs Image credits: Image credits: Gunner’s Pixs Kate Ter Haar People were mesmerized by the beautiful sight Almost finished… To complete the subscription process, please click the link in the email we just sent you. Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Italian Artist Recreates Famous Roman Emperors Through His Realistic Sculptures

What’s the first thought that comes to mind when you think about Rome? Perhaps it’s the iconic ancient Roman gladiatorial arena – the Colosseum, or an excavated heart of the Roman Empire also known as Roman Forum, which was the center of day-to-day life in Rome many centuries ago. And although Rome has all the right to boast about its architectural heritage, today’s topic is not about that. A young Italian sculptor and the person behind the Cesares de Roma project took it upon himself to commemorate three notorious rulers from ancient times of Rome – Caesar, Augustus, and Nero – by sculpting hyperrealistic busts for each of them. The project was borne out of necessity to spread classic Roman …

To Be A Man: My Portrait Series Challenging The Concept of Toxic Masculinity

Toxic masculinity, a variation of masculinity, refers to the socially-constructed attitudes that describe the masculine gender role as violent, unemotional, sexually aggressive, and so forth. It restricts the kinds of emotions and characteristics that are socially acceptable for boys and men to express. Toxic masculinity is a variation of masculinity that has become the standard upon which the “real man” is defined but also by which ones masculinity can be challenged (The Good Men Project). This topic is no more relevant today than it has been in the past, the only difference is that now it is being discussed more openly. My intent with this photo series is not to create anti-male sentiments or attack masculinity but, show that it’s …