Vava Ribeiro is a talented photographer and filmmaker, who was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and currently based in New York City. In his hometown Vava discovered surfing, attended design school and enrolled in a few painting classes.
Photos by the artist and Valentino Bonacquisti
Carleigh VanMeter, 2, right, checks with friend McKenna Zollman, 2, as they show their hogs at the Vanderburgh County Fair in Evansville, In., Sunday morning, July 19, 2015. (Photo by Darrin Phegley/Courier & Press via AP Photo)
Supporting around 100 countries with one embedded virtual SIM card, the GlocalMe can be considered as the world’s first mobile wi-fi hotspot. You can now travel without worrying about not getting proper internet access like you have at home with this mobile wi-fi hotspot by your side. It doesn’t require any SIM card and will offer you the best-value tariffs and free roaming.
All images @Brian Kane, photography by Nate Wieselquist and Simone Schiess
The world’s largest public sauna has opened on a small island in the Arctic Circle and there’s room for you and about 100 of your closest mates.
Catherine Thery is a french artist who originally studied fine arts. However, her first job was a venture in the advertising world where she worked as an art director. That is when photography came into her life, a new means of expression. Her art is powerful, it often communicates a certain statement.
Illustrations by Gunduz Agayev depict police officers in the countries where human rights are abused, such as Russia, Great Britain, China, Turkey, Iran, Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, India, etc. Most of the illustrations are sarcastic and critical, while some of them visualize “good police” characters.