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This Instagram Account Gives Celebrities The Best Weed Beards And Mustaches

An Instagram themed around making marijuana beards on magazine portraits started as a joke while getting high. Michy, one of the two Vancouver natives behind the budding page PeopleIRollOn, took the cover of Maxim’s July 2015 issue and began taking pictures of Taylor Swift’s face with a mustache she made of weed. Continue »

Artist Ben Evans Brings Weed Smoking Into His NSFW Art To Make It More Colloquial And Less Stand-Offish

When he was younger man, illustrator Ben Evans, AKA Ben Is Right, spent a lot of time sneaking bong rips in friends’ bedrooms. That’s why when he goes to draw one of his colorful weed smoking portraits, he starts with small studies of interior settings like bedrooms and bathrooms which he says, “have an inescapable rawness about them that feels like an extension of the figures themselves… There’s so much time and life that we put into our personal spaces and the places we feel most comfortable within. Continue »

These Bright Yellow Stairs Have Open Fronts For Extra Storage

When Andrew Maynard of Austin Maynard Architects was designing his own home in Melbourne, Australia, he decided to create a staircase that would provide additional storage, as well as be bright and colorful. Continue »

Animals Etched Onto Dirty Cars By Russian Artist Nikita Golubev

Over the last few weeks, Moscow-based artist and illustrator Nikita Golubev has taken to the streets to etch images of animals onto the sides of completely filthy vehicles. The reductive process involves creating “clean” spots by wiping or scraping his images onto the gritty surface of each car. Continue »

Feather Brows Is The Newest Make-Up Trend Nobody Expected


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The beauty world never ceases to surprise me. It feels like there is a new trend every other day and each of them is crazier than the one before. And the latest Insta-trend is “feather brows”. A few days ago Stella Sironen, a Finnish makeup artist, jokingly shared an image on Instagram declaring that this is the new trend. But the internet took it seriously and the trend spread like wildfire. Now more and more people are jumping on this trend train and sharing the results. Some people love it, some hate it with all their hearts but hey, it’s something new. Continue »

Pop Culture Icons Invade Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ Painting In Adorable Series

One accident inspired painter Aja Kusick to create a wonderful series that mashes up pop culture elements with expressive van Gogh’s style.

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Everything started when an education blog mistakenly shared Aja’s painting of the Eiffel Tower as Van Gogh’s. However, the Eiffel Tower was completed in 1889 and Van Gogh died in 1890, having spent his last years in the south of France, so it’s very unlikely that he even saw the iconic tower. Continue »

Artist Ted Chin Creates Stunning Dreamlike And Surreal Photo Manipulations

Ted Chin is a talented photographer, digital artist and filmmaker currently based in San Francisco, California. Ted received his BA in Computer Art from the State University of New York College at Oneonta and Master’s Degree in Animation from The Art Institute of California-San Francisco. He creates mesmerizing composites that seem to stem from another world where everything is possible. Continue »

This Campaign Promotes Pet Adoption Through Brilliant Optical Illusion Photos

We all know that photography can be a powerful tool for sending a message. A recent campaign from an animal shelter in India is a beautiful example how photography conveys a strong message and calls to action.

A series of photos created for ‘World for All’ shows that there’s always room for a pet in a family, and these pictures show it in a very smart and unique way. They resemble the double meaning optical illusions; only they were made through photos, not drawings. Photographer Amol Jadhav took photos of families and used background, shadows, and lights to create a blank space shaped like an animal. Continue »

Expressive And Whimsical Portraits Of Dogs By Kaylee Greer

Kaylee Greer is a talented 30-year-old pet photographer currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. Kaylee, who’s made her greatest dream come true, spends up to 80 hours a week traveling constantly for private and commercial shoots across the U.S. Equipped with a Canon 1-DX and a Canon 5D MkIII, she “is fueled by the joy, whimsy and unrelenting happiness that is so uniquely canine. Continue »

Yoga Is All The More Appealing When Baby Goats Are Involved

Move over, hot yoga, there’s a new yoga trend in town: yoga with baby goat. You can’t bleat that! Jenness Farm in New Hampshire held a yoga class attended by baby goats, who naturally think that yoga poses are meant to be climbed on. Continue »

Breathtaking Aerial Photography Of South Africa From Above By Zack Seckler

Zack Seckler is a 37-year-old fine art photographer who was born in Boston and currently lives and works in the suburbs of New York City. For his latest series “Aerial South Africa”, Zack took to the skies 2,000 miles above South Africa for seven days in a two-seater sport plane. Continue »

Delicious Food Crowns Self-Portraits By Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom is a talented artist, illustrator, designer and letterer who was born in California and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Her California-based design studio, Hom Sweet Hom, has done work for clients such as Starbucks, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. She focuses on “branding, typography, and everything funny/yummy/pretty”. Continue »

Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated

When Tel Aviv-based designer Chen Bikovski was growing up she was fascinated by pop-up books, especially engaged with the immersive experience that came with the turn of each page. Interested in transforming this idea to work with her design practice, Bikovski founded Popup Lighting, a series of lamps that turn into magical creatures like deer and peacocks when illuminated. Continue »

Add Some F-You Ambiance To Your Interiors

Most candles come in cute little tins and smell like lavender, morning dew, and dancing cherubs. That’s all fine and dandy for the cheerful among us, but what about the rest of us? What about the guy who spilled his morning coffee, got ripped apart by his boss, and dropped his phone on the walk to the door? Continue »

Fashion In Early Photography – Glamorous Photos Show Female Models In Victorian Era

Clothing for women in Victorian era was utterly feminine, and was designed to emphasize the much-admired small waist. Ladies wore as many as seven petticoats under their voluminous skirts, and bodices were high necked, long sleeved, and tightly fitted to the body. Continue »