Rena
Rena Papa is a History major, who loves art, travelling, and nature. Photography and music make her life exciting. She loves learning new languages and cultures. Over the past 5 years, Rena has been working as a translator and writer.

These Incredible Psychedelic Artworks Are Created by Pouring Paint and Resin onto a Canvas

Bruce Riley is an ingenious artist with a unique style who creates incredibly vibrant captivating psychedelic artworks by using a combination of dripped paints and resins. Riley was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States and has lived in Chicago since 1994. As a student at the Art Academy of Cincinnati,…

Top 5 Weirdest Christmas Traditions around the World

Christmas is mostly about celebrations, such as giving gifts, decorating the house, or going to church. However, not everyone celebrates Christmas the same way. Let's take a look at some strange and bizarre Christmas traditions around the world you probably didn't know about. 1. Decoration of banana and mango trees…

The Unfinished Obelisk and the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

The unfinished obelisk found in Aswan (Assuan), Egypt, is one of the biggest ancient obelisks. This impressive structure not only makes visitors stand in awe due to its gigantic size but also offers unusual insights into stone-working techniques developed by the ancient Egyptians. Many other Obelisks can be found all over…

9 Most Mysterious Geoglyphs Around the World
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9 Most Mysterious Geoglyphs Around the World

Enormous geoglyphs located around the globe keep puzzling researchers. These impressive sites trigger intriguing debates about their true meaning and purposes. The question is who and why created these gigantic representations that were designed in extreme precision. Here are the most famous locations with geoglyphs around the world. 1. The…

Satirical Illustrations by Pawel Kuczynski Show What’s Wrong with Today’s World
Art by Pawel Kuczynski

Satirical Illustrations by Pawel Kuczynski Show What’s Wrong with Today’s World

Pawel Kuczynski, a truly brilliant satirical artist, is considered to be one of the most influential contemporary artists in his genre. Having been awarded more than 100 prizes and distinctions (as well as the "Eryk" prize by the Association of Polish Cartoonists in 2005) this newly discovered cartoonist is the observer…

Mysterious Network of Prehistoric Underground Tunnels Discovered Across Europe

Did you know that archaeological research has revealed a huge network that consists of thousands of underground tunnels? This enormous network dates back to Stone Age, stretching across Europe from Scotland to Turkey. Its original purpose still remains unknown, creating multiple theories and speculations. German archaeologist Dr. Heinrich Kusch, in…

This Is the Intriguing Story Behind the Mysterious Krakus Mound

Krakus Mound is one of the oldest monumental structures in Poland, which puzzles archaeologists until nowadays. Researchers debate whether this was an astronomical site, a burial, or a pagan ritual location. Once you reach its summit, the panoramic view from the 16-meter high Krakus Mound reveals the charms of Cracow…

Artist Illustrates How Natural Disasters and Technology Will Change the Future Look of the World

Russian designer and digital illustrator Evgeny Kazantsev creates mind-blowing images depicting the future look of the world in a surprisingly realistic way. Kazantsev, who was born in 1978, currently lives in Anapa, Russia. After having worked as an industrial designer, illustrator and photographer, he began transforming his great talent into…

The Mystery of the Nazca Lines: Who and Why Created These Giant Geoglyphs?
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The Mystery of the Nazca Lines: Who and Why Created These Giant Geoglyphs?

The Nazca Lines is one of the greatest mysteries that keeps intriguing researchers worldwide. What lies behind these massive-scale geoglyphs that are etched in the middle of the Peruvian desert? These enormous figures, widely known as the Nazca Lines, were discovered in the early 1900′s into the desert in Peru,…