Awesome Photos From Russia With Love: October 2019

On October 28, 2019 by Lazer Horse

As ever, this edition of Awesome Photos From Russia With Love brings you a hand selected range of great images from the Motherland. This month, we visit rural Russia to enjoy hand painted...

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WERE ANY DINOSAURS PINK?

On September 18, 2019 by Lazer Horse

Dinosaurs lived and evolved across millions of years. Thanks to recent discoveries and advances in technology, it is now possible to at least guess at the colours of some dinosaurs. Here, we ask...

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Awesome Photos From Russia With Love June 2019

On June 1, 2019 by Lazer Horse

Here we go. You know what to expect: a batch of good times from Mother Russia. Without mucking about, here we are… First up, an incredible cafe on the border of Georgia and...

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PHOTOS: The Skies Of Brighton And Beyond

On March 17, 2019 by Lazer Horse

I am an amateur photographer; I am so amateur, in fact, that the only camera I own is attached to my phone. I’m also a huge fan of the sky. These two things...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Fórn — Rights Of Despair

On March 3, 2019 by Lazer Horse

Doom metal has morphed wildly over the last few decades. It has left the cold comfort of the shadows and now lies, gasping for breath in the searing light of the full moon....

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Artist Turns Old Dolls Into Haunting Hyperreal Toys

On March 2, 2019 by Lazer Horse

Some bloke from Ukraine picks up old dolls from charity shops and bins, and repaints their faces. It’s a simple idea, but the results are quite incredible. I must admit, I’m not a...

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PHOTOS: Cars Stuck In Lake Baikal

On March 2, 2019 by Lazer Horse

Lake Baikal in Russia is huge. In fact, as far as volume is concerned, it’s the biggest lake in the world. It holds 20 percent of all the unfrozen fresh surface water on...

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How Brazilian Culture Has Been Shaped by Africa

On November 24, 2018 by Lazer Horse

Brazil, the largest country in South America and the 4th largest democracy in the world, is a melting pot in the truest of senses. The giant country boasts one of the most genetically...

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Ferdinand Keller: Bleak Magnificence

On November 3, 2018 by Lazer Horse

Ferdinand Keller was born in 1842 in Karlsruhe, Germany. His father, who was a civil engineer, was awarded a contract designing infrastructure in Brazil in 1857. Ferdinand and his brother Franz accompanied him....

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People of Color in European Art History

On October 31, 2018 by Lazer Horse

I’ve recently been reading a series of articles on race, racism, and the Middle Ages. They’re a fascinating read, and I recommend taking a look. The articles were written in response to the...

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