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Lluvia y ciudad

Traffic and rain: two regular hazards of life in São Paulo. Juliana Machado Ferreira regularly spends as many as three hours in her car every day. See the photoessay of places in Sao Paulo she actually enjoys, also shot by Alessandra Fratus.

Traffic and rain: two regular hazards of life in São Paulo. Juliana Machado Ferreira regularly spends as many as three hours in her car every day. See the photoessay of places in Sao Paulo she actually enjoys, also shot by Alessandra Fratus.

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El Quijote de Daumier

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Art in Destruction – Arnold Odermatt photography

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Arnold Odermatt, the first  Swiss police photographer whose work spanned more than 40 years, is  known for his eerily beautiful black-and-white photographs of the aftermaths of automobile accidents. Shot with a Rolleiflex, Odermatt’s photos characterised by sobriety and authenticity. In his photos the drivers have gone and the victims have been removed. All that’s left are the wrecked cars that become sculptures that show the sudden end and serve as memento mori.

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Some very scary TED-Ed characters

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TED-Ed lessons are for kids, teenagers and, well, anyone with a passion for learning. And yet, sometimes these animated lessons get downright scary. Here, a collection of terrifying creatures from TED-Ed lessons—in gif form, naturally—to help you get in the Halloween spirit.

From the lesson: Beware of nominalizations (AKA zombie nouns)

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From the lesson: Diagnosing a zombie: Brain and behavior

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From the lesson: The brilliance of bioluminescence

scary-fish

From the lesson: The terrors of sleep paralysis

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From the lesson: How do you decide where to go in a zombie apocalypse?

zombie-chase

From the lesson: The science of stage fright (and how to overcome it)

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From the lesson: Vampires: Folklore, fantasy and fact 

vampire-(striges)

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New Illustration for NY Times by Joon Mo Kang

Caroto (1480-1546) "Joven con un dibujo"

Caroto (1480-1546) “Joven con un dibujo”