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These Ink-Redible, Explosive Masterpieces Are Like Say-What-You See Inkblots Tests Only In Water

The vibrant colors burst from Brian Tomlinson’s works, appearing as though they may be coloured ash clouds from an erupting volcano, rather than simply everyday substances. By doing so, Brian challenges viewers to identify what images can be imagined when mixing one fluid with another. In order to shoot the series, entitled Liquid Ink Art, Brain drops different coloured inks into a fish tank full of water before capturing high-speed shots with a flash. Continue »

World Naked Bike Ride London 2017: Bikers In The Buff Stick One Up To “Car Culture” In London


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Over 200 riders dared to bare all and many painted their bodies with glitter and slogans. Full nudity was optional on the World Naked Bike ride so some cyclists chose to paint their privates and protect some of their modesty. Continue »

Offensive And Beautiful NSFW Collages By Naro Pinosa

Collage is a funny thing. Anyone can grab a pile of magazines and some scissors, or download a copy photoshop and make one. This is why there are so many people making collage, and why it’s mostly unremarkable. Naro Pinosa, born in 1979 Crevillente, Spain, is the exception. He never attended art school. He had no pretensions of being an “artist” when he grew up. His work is deceptively simple—just two images, one placed on top of the other—and it’s breathtaking. Continue »

Stunning Colorized Photos Of Legendary Soviet Female Snipers From WWII, Including One Dubbed ‘Lady Death’ Who Killed 309 Nazis

Stunning colorized images have given new life to WWII female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as ‘Lady Death’.

Roza Shanina was one of the 800,000 women who fought in Russia.

The photographs were colorized by Moscow artist Olga Shirnina. Continue »

These Gross, Weirdly Beautiful “Pollution Popsicles” Are Made From 100% Pure Sewage

As the summer approaches, a group of art students in Taiwan have concocted an unusual treat for the heat.

Hung I-chen, Guo Yi-hui, and Cheng Yu-ti, three students at the National Taiwan University of Arts, collected sewage water from all over Taiwan and and turned them into popsicles for a project titled “Polluted Water Popsicles.” The project is intended to spread awareness about water pollution and its deep effect on our world’s population. The 100 pieces, which also included designed wrappers, was nominated for the Young Pin Design Award. Continue »

An Illustrated Guide To Life’s Most Annoying Moments

‘How to be Annoying’ is a humorous guide by creative studio Last Lemon that teaches you be an annoyance to the people around you. These ‘tips’ were submitted by users and illustrated by creatives Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar. Continue »

Artist Shows How Ridiculous Rich People’s Showers Are By Doodling On Them

For some rich people, a shower isn’t just a shower. No. It’s also a work of art. After all, what’s the point in cleaning yourself if you can’t look good while you’re doing it? Check out these awesome showers to see what we mean… but there’s a difference. They’ve all been hilariously altered by an artist who goes by the name of Artxauroraxart. After all, if we can’t afford to bathe in luxury then at least we can laugh about it! Continue »

271 Years Before Pantone, An Artist Mixed And Described Every Color Imaginable In An 800-Page Book

In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit about the use of color in painting, but would go on to explain how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding one, two, or three parts of water. The premise sounds simple enough, but the final product is almost unfathomable in its detail and scope. Continue »

Most Handsome, Best Dressed, Most Popular, Best Legs – Yearbook “Class Favorites” From The 1970s

Perhaps the best part of a yearbook is awards section spotlighting the students voted “most likely to succeed”, “best dressed”, “most handsome”, etc. They’re especially interesting to look back on forty years later. We can take note of what passed for “best looking” in those days, and enjoy the fashions, haircuts, and other nostalgic goodies that come from these popularity contest portions of every American yearbook. Continue »

Innovative Russian Bakery Uses ‘Brushstroke’ Decorations To Create The Most Amazing Cakes

Looking almost too good to eat the cakes of Moscow-based bakery Kalabasa have been setting off a new trend over on Instagram that involves decorating cakes with colourful icing that takes inspiration from one of the art world’s most key elements, the humble brushstroke. Continue »

Hong-Kong Based Company Makes Cat ‘LEGOS’ For People Who Love All Things Cat

If Lego and cats are among your favorite things in this world, now you can order a playful statue made of ‘Legos’ to liven up even the dullest office space or a living room. Hong-Kong-based company Jekca offers mini Lego sculptures for ‘kidults’ that come around 1.6 ft each – and their variety will surprise even the pickiest of customers. Continue »

12 Screen Adaptation Characters Who Are Significantly Different From The Original

Screen adaptations of literary works are becoming increasingly popular. However, in an effort to express their vision of a great creation, filmmakers often change the plot lines of novels and stories and sometimes make significant changes to the appearance of the main characters.

Frodo Baggins

According to Gandalf, in The Lord of the Rings book, Frodo is a stout rosy-cheeked hobbit, taller than the rest, with blond hair, a cleft chin, and clear eyes. Continue »

Photographer Jordan Matter’s NSFW Photographs Show Ballet Dancers Striking Poses In The Nude

“Dancers After Dark” is an amazing celebration of the human body and the human spirit, as dancers, photographed nude and at night, strike poses of fearless beauty.

Without a permit or a plan, Jordan Matter (previously featured) led hundreds of the most exciting dancers in the world out of their comfort zones—not to mention their clothes—to explore the most compelling reaches of beauty and the human form. After all the risk and daring, the result is extraordinary: 300 dancers, 400 locations, more than 150 stunning photographs. No clothes. No arrests. No regrets.

Each image highlights the amazing abilities of these artists—and presents a core message to the reader: Say yes. Embrace the risks and opportunities that life presents. Continue »

Japanese Photographer Releases Book Of Breasts And Cats

If there’s one thing you see more of on the internet than boobs, it’s cats.

So innovative Japanese photographer Yuki Aoyama has done what now seems so obvious: combined the two. His collection, released in a book titled ‘Painyan’ (a pun in Japanese on the words for ‘breast’ and ‘meow’), contains 96 pages of beautiful women with cute kitties. The contented cats can be seen pawing at cleavages, settling inside blouses and even resting between two sets of breasts. Continue »

“Star Wars” Fan Makes An Insanely Realistic Chewbacca Costume

A fan of “Star Wars” has decided to create a realistic costume and Chewbacca spent on it a lot of time and effort. Coat of toupees, special stilts and made it sound card suit is so realistic that it is now a welcome guest of any cosplay parties. Continue »