This video will introduce you to the most wonderful interpretation of 'Take Me to Church' by Hozier! 11/19/2015 • Deborah
Everybody knows this beautiful and soulful song which has already become an international hit. But have you seen it coupled with the raw and expressive dance piece? Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin makes the song even better - with the new layer of powerful emotion.
Sergei Polunin was formerly a principal dancer with the British Royal Ballet but in 2012 he resigned from the company as he felt unhappy with the lack of creative atmosphere. He was soon invited to visit Russia where he became a principal dancer with The Stanislavsky Music Theatre and Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre.
Today, we want you to watch the video made by David LaChapelle who managed to capture the magnificent Polunin's performance.
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Thomas Kinkade was a talented artist well-known as the "Painter of Light". He was able to capture the dramatic atmosphere of the most ordinary settings, such as gardens, parks, squares and main streets. This year we got really inspired by some of Kinkade's winter paintings. Today we want to share them with you.
Can you imagine what we look like for blind people? One sculptor decided to figure it out and invited some of them and their families. She asked them to describe their loved ones. This video proves that it takes a lot more than sight to see people who spend every day of their lives with you.
The artist and filmmaker from Belgium Vincent Bal has an Instagram page that is much more fascinating than other traditional pages. The illustrator posts photos, which depict bizarre things resulted from the pen of the author and the shadow of an object. You need to see this!
The most creative works of art made of firewood 12/19/2016 • Elena
People are extremely creative. They can create a masterpiece made of something we didn't even think of. Stunning works of art made of firewood are no exception. Just look at them!
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong created the most powerful pictures with the help of plastic bottles to highlight how harmful they are. Enjoy stunning pictures of mermaids fighting with 10,000 plastic bottles!