Only a person who knows everything in the world can say that he does not need new knowledge. For everyone else, it is equally useful to both refresh old information and receive new ones. Next, you will find informative historical photographs that will arouse interest even for those who have never been fond of history.
Bemorepanda collected all this historic pictures to impress you.
Robot to disperse demonstrators, 1920s
The assistant director sometimes replaced the horse for Kakha Kavsadze on the set of the film "White Sun of the Desert", 1968
Life jacket made of bicycle tires, Germany, 1925
Radon baths in the sanatorium of Pyatigorsk, USSR, 1975
Elvis Presley fan at one of the concerts, 1957
Sylvester Stallone on the set of The Muppet Show, 1979
Soviet family, 1980s
Jane Mansfield is an American film actress who has appeared on the pages of Playboy magazine, who, along with Marilyn Monroe, was one of the sex symbols of the 1950s
Fearless female photographer. Berlin, 1910
The smallest printed book measures just 0.74 x 0.75 mm and is called Flowers of the Four Seasons.
Bronze head of King Sargon the Ancient, ruler of Sumer and Akkad. The age of the artifact is about 4300 years.
Renee O'Connor and Lucy Lawless during a break between filming Xena: Warrior Princess, 1996
Portrait of Yuri Gagarin
So the first man in space was portrayed on April 16, 1961 by Pablo Picasso, having learned about the flight from the newspapers.
Equipment for the soldier of the future according to the version of the American military in 1959
Sword 94 cm long, dating from the 14th century, found in the medieval castle of Ain, Castellón, Spain
Soviet ecological poster, 1970s
Bjork at Covent Garden, London, 1994
Nevsky prospect in the early morning, Leningrad, 1960
The prototype of the sculpture "The Motherland Calls!" Valentina Izotova. Worked as a waitress in a restaurant
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, 1996
Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray on the set of Ghostbusters, 1984
Lorraine Cole, Queen of Frankfurter Sausages, New York, 1956
At the Detsky Mir in Moscow, 1992
Will Smith on the set of Men in Black, 1997
Priests and hippies in one place, Glastonbury, 1971
Who said phone pictures aren't successful? Here are 30 pictures that seem to be taken with the highest quality camera
The mobile phone has become the main gadget for taking personal photos, primarily due to the fact that it is the only device with a camera that we carry with us almost permanently, but also due to the increase in picture quality.
Usually, those pictures eventually end up on your computer or laptop after being transferred via a USB connection, but most of the time this process is cumbersome and time consuming. In addition, it sometimes happens that you accidentally delete some older photos before you can save them to your computer.
Here, however, the smartphone applications designed to significantly facilitate your transfer and, especially, the backup of photos through dedicated functions. With such an option, a picture taken with your phone's camera is automatically transferred to the cloud as soon as an internet connection is available. Ideally, however, you can choose to upload photos only via Wi-Fi, to avoid data consumption in 3G or 4G.
In this collection you can see pictures taken from mobile phones. It looks like art or even a picture from the most expensive and high-performance camera, but yes, it's about ordinary people and their phone.
Bemorepanda has collected these pictures to inspire you and show you that art is everywhere.
1.Tradition and culture
2.Taking a look back
5.Opera and pandemic
6.Human, nature and horse
8.Black and white
9.It seems like it’s paint
11.The beauty of details
Bad design no longer surprises anyone. We buy bags with chips, where instead of the product 50% air or we get something different from what is shown on the package. But believe it or not, there is ample evidence on the internet that there is the exact opposite of bad design. It's true, sometimes brands and companies can actually offer products that show that they really care about the people who use them.
Today more and more sustainability industrial designers and engineers are trying to come up with a product that can “do more” for less. These trends are especially relevant in the field of product packaging. Companies around the world are reinventing bottles, boxes, containers to make them more convenient, environmentally friendly, and also trying to endow them with a "second life" after they fulfill their main function. Bemorepanda have compiled a few examples of smart packaging that change our perception. In addition, we invite our readers in the comments to share their samples of smart design.
This toilet paper roll contains a mini roll that you can carry around
This bottle allows you to use all the liquid in it
The largest Chinese company uses its boxes as leaflets for missing persons
This pharmacy has a magnifying glass for shoppers to read the medicine labels
This sardine package has a clear lid so you can see what's inside
Laser mark instead of a sticker
During a pandemic, it is much safer than using regular buttons.
This metal slide is water-cooled, so it won't burn children in summer.
"My bike seat is also a bike pump"
An American bookstore chain lays a sheet of paper underneath the stickers on its books so that no sticky marks remain on the covers. Brilliant!
"They sent me a light that came with cotton gloves to minimize fingerprints."
"My paper towels are also halved for smaller needs."
How this cookie company makes it easy to remove them from packaging
Bottle opener slippers
There is a tuxedo inside the pizza box to help you avoid getting dirty while eating
"My Lipton tea came with a mug shaped tea bag holder"
This package shows how much milk is left inside.
"There was already a level built into my TV mount."
This chocolate bar can be broken into uneven pieces. This is clearly not to the liking of perfectionists.
"I went to a restaurant where there were two types of soap in the washroom: one before meals, odorless, and the other scented, which is recommended for use after meals."