by Miryam Muller in

A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts.

Teenage girl Lana Sator snuck into a NPO Energosmash factory outside of Moscow & took a series of photographs of the installation.

The trailer for the upcoming Wes Anderson film Moonrise Kingdom, see it here.

Shipwrecked If an orbiting ship wrecked a small group of technologically advanced human families on a finite system...

Fotoshop by Adobé’ is a parody commercial from filmmaker Jesse Rosten about today’s beauty standards and the way beauty industry works.

Smudged with dirt, various plastic body parts including heads and tiny hands are strewn around an eerie abandoned building in these incredible photos of an abandoned doll factory in Spain.

Australian architect and paper artist Horst Kiechle recently constructed this geometric paper torso complete with modular organs including lungs, intestines, kidneys, pancreas, stomach and more.

Adbusting is a growing trend in the Eastern and Western U.S. Adbusting, also known as culture jamming, sees artists coming together to change existing advertisements with works of art.

For her series titled “Broken Butterflies” artist Anne ten Donkelaar repaired the damaged wings of real butterflies using gold, old maps, roots, threads and embroidery.

Since 1959, German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher dedicated themselves to registering the remnants of the industrial age in Western Europe and the United States through photography. Read more.

Thinking back to the cameras of the ’50s and ’60s Lomography just took the next great leap in their vintage photographic evolution and launched their first-ever movie camera, the LomoKino.