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Tiny Living Room Makes Its Way Inside PC

Using dollhouse furniture and copious amounts of imagination, an unknown Russian artist has created a miniature living room inside the shell of a PC computer. The tiny room replica includes a working floor lamp, a tiny gumball machine an oriental rug, and even a miniature copy of the New York Times. Continue »

Tyler Haughey Shoots Jersey Shore’s 1950s Resorts, During The Off Season

The resorts built during the post-war period, some of the finest examples of midcentury European design, are like architectural time capsules, all located on a small five-long barrier island in New Jersey known collectively as The Wildwoods. In fact, they make up the largest concentration of postwar resort architecture in the United States. The tiny beach town of Wildwood, New Jersey, topped TripAdvisor’s list of destinations on the rise for 2015. Fancy that. Continue »

The Nightmare That Was ‘His & Her’ Fashion

Yes, in the 1960s-80s a couple could wear matching sweaters without the slightest sense of irony or self-reflection. Catalogs and fashion magazines were littered with guys and girls in identical attire looking just as cheesy as you can imagine. Granted, the styles themselves weren’t always horrible – it’s the mere fact that dressing alike was ever a “thing” is what gives us cringe decades later. Continue »

Stunning Art Created On A Frozen Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal became the place of art creation. This masterpiece was made in 2010 by an artist Jim Denevan and his team. The work they did was truly tremendous. Continue »

These Intimate NSFW Fashion Dolls Are Handcrafted To Bare All

Fashion dolls are usually designed to be a blank canvas for the outfits in which they’re dressed, but one Swedish artist’s handcrafted dolls have an idiosyncratic look that’s all their own, even in the nude. Emilie Steele creates incredibly detailed ball-jointed dolls that are designed to tell their own stories. Continue »

Strange, Seductive And Surreal Erotic Photo Montages From 1920-30’s Vienna

Atelier Manassé was a highly successful photographic studio established by husband and wife team Adorján von Wlássics (1893 – 1946) and Olga Solarics (1896 – 1969) in Austria in 1924—though some sources cite 1922. Principally based in Vienna—with a smaller office in Berlin—the studio flourished during the 1920s and 1930s. It was known for producing highly flattering portrait photography of film, theater and cabaret stars. It could be said Adorján and Olga were the airbrush pioneers of their day—artfully painting out any blemishes or wrinkles and reducing the unsightly flab from legs and waists. The resulting photographs were mass produced and sold to fans as much sought after postcards. Continue »

Beautiful Photos Of Cuba In 1954 That Looks Like A Country Of Freedom

Legendary German photographer Heinrich Heidersberger worked on a cruise ship, the MS Atlantic, in 1954. He took thousands of pictures of Americans sailing from New York to Havana — something Americans haven’t been allowed to do for almost 50 years. Continue »

California’s Failed Utopia

Photographer Chang Kim’s series is about the failed suburban development plan in California City, CA in U.S. that promised “Utopia” but only left bizarre remnants of the fanatic movements that swept the region in 1960s. Continue »

The Magnificent Interior Of The George Peabody Library In Baltimore

The George Peabody Library, formerly the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore, dates from the founding of the Peabody Institute in 1857. In that year, George Peabody, a Massachusetts-born philanthropist, dedicated the Peabody Institute to the citizens of Baltimore in appreciation of their “kindness and hospitality.” Continue »

This Absolutely Stunning Oreo Art Will Blow Your Mind

Oreos are great for so many things — dunking in milk, recreating in weird flavors, just plain eating. But it turns out Oreos also make a great canvas. Tisha Cherry is a full-time occupational therapist. But one look at her Instagram and its clear she is also using food to make art in a way that no one else is, especially when it comes to the simple Oreo. Continue »

These People Love ‘Friends’ So Much They’ve Got Tattoos Inspired By The Sitcom


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Fans of Friends are paying homage to their favorite sitcom by getting tributes to the show Tattoed onto themselves. Some have even gone the extra mile to get matching TV-related inkings with their pals. From the iconic logo to a homage to the Central Perk coffee shop, here are Friends-related tatts that will make you smile! Continue »

Meet The Tree That Actually Bleeds When It’s Sliced Open

The bloodwood tree (Pterocarpus angolensis) is a deciduous tree with a high canopy, reaching about 15m in height and has dark bark. The red sap is used traditionally as a dye and in some areas mixed with animal fat to make a cosmetic for faces and bodies. It is also believed to have magical properties for the curing of problems concerning blood, apparently because of its close resemblance to blood. The name bloodwood for these trees stems from the dark red to brown sap that accumulates on wounds on the trunks. Continue »

This Public Seating Installation Was Inspired By Snowbanks That Gather Around Trees And Street Lights

When it was a little more sunny and a lot less snowy in Quebec City, Canada, Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow). Inspired by the cooler months of the year when there is plenty of snow around, the designer wanted to recreate the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights. Continue »

The iCar: Five Apple Products Reimagined As Cars

Is Apple set to release their own line of electric cars? That’s the rumour currently surrounding the tech company, with reports suggesting that they’re developing an iCar to rival the likes of Tesla. This wouldn’t be the first time a tech giant has waded into the world of motoring as Google have already developed a self-driving car, so maybe the rumour isn’t as ridiculous as it seems. Continue »

Creepy But Amazing Kafka-Inspired Cockroach Backpack

A Dangerous Minds reader submitted these images of a Kafka-inspired cockroach backpack without any information. The text at the bottom is in Spanish and says “To go to work… with style.” Continue »