See Brangelina and friends go time-travelling...

These images have been created by people showing off their Photoshop skills on Worth1000.com. They feature in the competitions “Modern Renaissance” and “Celebrity Time-Travel”.

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Brangelina (Watschi); Jennifer Aniston (Mandrak); Amy Winehouse (Devil [...]

195-year-old Constable mystery solved…

From the BBC:

“The exact spot in Suffolk where John Constable painted one of his most famous works has been identified for the first time in almost 200 years.

The location of The Stour Valley and Dedham Village had been difficult to pinpoint due to gradual changes to the landscape since it was painted in 1815.

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Shocking sculpture from the 1700s ...

These utterly extraordinary sculptures are the work of Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736-1783). Messerschmidt was German-Austrian, and sculpted the heads in 1770-72. At this time he suffered from delusions and hallucinations, or a “confusion in the head” as his employer, the Viennese Academy of Fine Arts, described it. In 1774, Messerschmidt was expelled [...]

London's oldest statue...

This is King Alfred the Great (871-899) in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square in 1822 when it was build and laid out from Westminster Hall. It had been at Westminster since 1372. By 1822 it was concealed by two inns - “Heaven” and “Hell”.

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Most beautiful TARDIS ever…

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This is Mark Wallinger’s “Time and Relative Dimensions in Space 2001″ which is a life-sized mirrored model of the TARDIS from Doctor Who which at certain angles seems to blend into its environment. It was exhibited at The [...]