What does a beautiful woman look like? Depends whom—and where—you ask. When reporter Esther Honig bravely offered up a photo of herself to 40 photo editors in 25 countries on the site Fiverr, little did she know the results would be so varied.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, as part of a collection called 'Before & After' Honig saw herself transformed through the cultural lens. The most radical transformation, possibly, came from Morocco, which cloaked Honig in a Hijab.
"For me it really added depth to my project by touching on the concept of religion and custom, not just aesthetics," said Honig.
Add or delete makeup, lighten or darken skin tone, reshape eyebrows... Honig saw her facial features modified in a way that sometimes "made me shriek."
The US's version looks vaguely supernatural, like something out of the Twilight saga. My personal preference is for the more natural take by Venezuela.
A controversial awareness campaign called 'Princest Diaries' that depicts Disney princesses sexually abused by their fathers has viewers divided.
Want your kids to do something groundbreaking and fun this summer? An art studio in Toronto hopes to land its name in the Guinness Book of World Records while raising funds for a worthy cause.
If Wanda’s Creative Clay has its way, the "largest sculpting lesson" the world has ever seen will take place at this year's KidsFest. Held on July 5 on Toronto Island, KidsFest could see some 500 kids playing with clay, beating the current record held by 315 Swiss school kids.