This Is How Real Psychos Get Unleashed – Moscow’s “Rage Rooms” By The Hour

Do you ever feel stressed and just want to break the furniture or smash up a computer? The Russians have the solution! In Moscow, located in a flea market, Debosh offers a unique way for people to relieve stress and to take out their aggression harmlessly, violently and legally. This concept, known as “rage rooms” is a personalised experience in which Debosh can design the room to represent your office, flat or even a state institution, and can be filled with furniture to match your requests. You can even request a car to be placed in a room for you to destroy… Continue »

Huge Bikini Snow Show As Russians Mark The End Of The Skiing Season


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Participants in the Grelka Fest at the Sheregesh resort in Tashtagolsky District of Kemerovo Oblast, Russia on April 22, 2017. Russian girls marked the end of the ski season with a record-breaking bikini ski festival at Siberia’s top winter resort, Sheregesh. Some 1,498 skiers and snowboarders undressed to impress in the annual event as they took to the pistes under blues skies and sunshine in a bracing temperature of just 5°C (41°F). More people took part last year, some 1,800, but it was not an official record attempt, unlike this year’s undress to impress spectacle. Continue »

Darkly Humorous NSFW Paintings Critique Society’s Relationship With Technology

After resisting technology’s pull for a long time, artist John Jackson gave in to buffering, dwindling memory, and social media, which inspired a series of nude figurative paintings that, in turn, interrogate society’s obsession with all things tech. The Nashville-based artist produced this Technology Series, and it features things like Apple’s spinning wheel painted onto a landscape, Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring holding a pearly cell phone instead, and, in Facebook Sunset, a couple on a beach who may be thinking about their News Feed, or instead actually on Facebook thinking about the beach. Continue »

This Building Uses Emoji Cast In Concrete As Modern Gargoyles

Emoji are going to be some of the most recognizable icons of the 21st century, says architect Changiz Tehrani, which is why he decided to cast 22 of them in concrete and use them as decoration for a building in the Dutch city of Amersfoort. Continue »

Street Artist Martin Whatson Incorporates Grayscale Characters Into His Colorful Murals

Martin Whatson is a Norwegian born and based stencil artist. Martin has a continuous urge to search for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in people, city landscapes, old buildings, graffiti, posters and decaying walls. This interest for decay has helped develop his style, motives and composition and he enjoys creating either unity or conflict between materials, backgrounds, motives and human intervention. Continue »

Innovative Umbrella That Keeps Your Camera Dry When Shooting In The Rain

Nubrella is a hands-free, non-invertible umbrella and weather protector, conveniently worn backpack-style. After putting on the 3-pound Nubrella like a backpack, the canopy flips over your head and locks in place. Built using waterproof nylon, aluminum rods, and glass-filled plastic, the canopy is designed to withstand 40mph winds without flipping inside out. Continue »

Anonymouse Are Opening Tiny Amousement Park For Mice In Malmö, Sweden


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Anonymouse (previously featured) did it again!

“Last night Tjoffsans Tivoli (Amousement park) set camp in Malmö, and are now welcoming visitors of all ages. The opening of the Amousement park was met with some excitement by slightly larger visitors than expected. We apologize for the lack of personnel at certain hours, the management are working on a solution. Thank you for your interest and Cheese out!” Continue »

A Photographer Documents The Secret World Of Stray Cats Of Kazakhstan

According to Evgeniya Gor, a self-taught photographer from Astana, Kazakhstan: “I photograph as much as I am working on a project “Among the worlds,” since 2006. When I started this project, I did not have photographic experience. I have always been interested in the relationship between humans and animals, and this is the main topic of my project. Cats have always been present in my life.” Continue »

Lithuanian Artist Creates Stunning Steampunk Sculptures From Trash

According to Artūras, an artist from Lithuania: “I create steampunk art and use various antique stuff and metal details. I hope to get some support from you. There are my steampunk style works.” Continue »

Women Bathe Themselves In Gliter And Pose For An Empowering NSFW Photo Shoot To Selebrate Bodies Of All Shapes And Sizes

Nude photo shoots are a popular and increasingly common way to spread empowering and inspiring body positive messages to women of all shapes and sizes. And one group of women from Brisbane, Queensland, have added a colourful twist to the trend by taking part in a shoot covered head to toe in lashings of rainbow glitter. Continue »

Stunning Street Photos Capture Simple Joys Of Life In New York Right After WWII

Born in 1905 and raised in Detroit, American street photographer Todd Webb led an adventurous life. After losing his money in the Stock Market Crash of 1929, he spent time fruitlessly prospecting for gold until returning to his hometown and picking up a camera in 1938. It was there he found his calling. After working as a Navy photographer during WWII, Webb moved to New York City and, in 1946, started documenting post-war New York. Continue »

8-Year-Old “Siberian Snow White” Surprises Modeling Agencies With Unique Beauty, Gets Flooded With Offers

Meet Nariyana – an 8-year-old albino girl that is stunning modeling agencies from all over. Nicknamed the Siberian ‘Snow White’ because of her stunning pale hair and fair complexion, Nariyana lives in Yakutia, Siberia. Out of her whole family, she is the only one with blonde hair and the first albino from both sides of the family. Continue »

Bold, Minimalist “Lord of The Rings” Book Covers Feature Bright Color Gradients

Canadian graphic designer Matthieu Jeanson has given the classic Lord of the Rings trilogy a twist by creating unconventional new covers for the beloved books. Instead of the usual motifs or illustrations of epic scenes from the story, he has opted for a minimalist design that does not even include the title or author’s name—instead, all you would see is a single circle representing the ring in the middle of the covers, against a background of brilliant color gradients. Continue »

An Apple-Inspired Concept Smart Home Hub That Looks And Feels Like A Cat

Smart home solutions are no longer a novelty in these deeply digital times—South Korea-based design studio AMONG has created a creative concept of a smart home controller that looks and feels like a cat. Continue »

Animal Butt Phone Cases Are A Thing Now And We Can’t Decide If It’s Stupid Or Amazing

Corgi butts are one of those bizarre things that drives the internet crazy. Luckily for their fans, Chinese artist Miko Ho is creating adorable phone cases that focus on just that – round and fluffy Corgi butts. Her silicone soft cases are available on Etsy and each one is decorated with handmade felted rear-ends of animals. Miko uses 100% Australian wool felt for her designs, however she also warns that they’re not washable. Continue »