Hormel’s infamous “spiced ham” celebrates 75th years of canned meat goodness, a child forages through a forest of automotive parts in Mumbai, giants and big heads wander the streets of Pamplona and more in today’s daily brief.
The Darkroom will take you Up Close in a new series featuring images and techniques that truly augment our perceptual power, altering our understanding and appreciation of the world. First up are sixteen winning photos from the 2012 Wellcome Image Awards, which highlight the best in medical and microscopic photography, and is sponsored by the London-based Wellcome Trust charitable foundation. This remarkable set of photos includes everything from magnified views of a moth fly to a human brain during a surgical procedure to the building blocks of your morning cup of coffee (caffeine crystals) – all as you’ve never seen them before.
Avant-garde pieces from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and Bread & Butter street fashion trade fair, French sex workers protest anti-prostitution measures, bicycle and motorcycle crashes and more in today’s daily brief.
Pakistani elite police commandos are forced to trim their waistlines, Olympic and Paralympic medals are secured in the vaults at the Tower of London, Syrian refugees take shelter in “Container City” and more in today’s daily brief.
Asylum fashion, Queen Elizabeth visits Northern Ireland, European track championships and more in today’s daily brief.
The final steel beam takes its place atop of 4 World Trade Center, Pakistan looks to curb drug use ahead of International Drug Day, Tropical Storm Debby batters Florida beaches and more in today’s Daily Brief.
A heatwave hits the Mid-atlantic states, looking at John Daly’s pants could cause seizures, breakfast served up on a hat and more in today’s daily brief.