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Architect Imagines The Homes Of Fairy Tale Characters

Illustrator and architect Federico Babina has a love for fairy tales and he decided to use them as inspiration for some of his latest illustrations. He says that his latest pictures are a tribute to the fairy tale universe where architecture is often reinvented. Continue »

Tiny Crocodile Bookmark Design By Peleg & Hila Raam

Deep between the pages lays Crocomark. This crocodile shaped bookmark will silently wait for the right moment to draw you back into the story. Continue »

Stuck In The Real World: Characters From Cartoons And Movies Placed In Real Photos

Fiction characters have their own universe and their own dimension (it used two be two dimensional world but lately computer graphics and animation tend to be 3D more and more often). What would happen if by some bizarre twist of faith these fictional animated characters popped out and appeared in real life. I guess, our life would suddenly become much more interesting and loony. The group of Russian artists combine characters with real life photos. Enjoy! Continue »

Stunning New Close-Ups Show Saturn’s Rings At Double The Detail We’ve Ever Seen

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has entered its “ring-grazing” phase as it approaches the planet’s icy orbiters. As part of its mission, the craft has transmitted images of the rings at twice the resolution that humans have even been able to achieve previously (see full resolution photos here). Details as small as 550 meters, or a few hundred feet smaller than earth’s tallest building, are visible in the photos. Continue »

This Epic Elysium RV Comes With A Hot Tub And Helicopter You Can Land On The Roof

The luxurious Elysium by Furrion looks like something a James Bond villain would love to own. The start of the art vehicle is designed for the filthy rich, and it comes complete with a hot tub and an impressive looking mini helicopter. Continue »

Rescued Deer Becomes A Local Celebrity In Norway


Britt Haugsevje Vangen

After a family found this wild deer injured, they nursed it back to health and saved it from certain death. Continue »

If 2017’s Oscar-Nominated Movie Posters Told The Truth

Oscar season is here, and there are many filmmakers out there who are hoping to take home a gold statue this year. Winning an Oscar is considered to be one of the highest honors in Hollywood, and this year several films will go head to head as they try to win in their respective categories.

La La Land

It’s tough to decide which movie is best, but this year’s Oscar nominated films had honest posters, this is what they would say. Continue »

Thousands Of People Are Living Inside A Luxurious Hole In The Australian Desert


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If living underground sounds like something you would enjoy, then Coober Pedy is the place for you. The underground town in the Australian desert has become home to 3,500 people who come from 45 different nationalities. People who live there seem to love it as the temperatures are maintained at 23-25 degrees C throughout the year. Continue »

This House Looks Normal But It’s Actually Made Entirely Of Newspaper


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In Rockport, Massachusetts there is a two room cabin made entirely out of newspapers, glue and varnish. The house was built by Elis Stenman in 1922, and he lived there with his family for six years. Everything inside the paper house is also made of paper. Stenman built chairs, tables, bookshelves and even curtains and a clock out of newspaper and magazine pages. Only the piano is made of wood and covered with paper to maintain uniformity, and the fireplace is made of bricks, for obvious reason. After Stenman passed away the house was then turned into a museum. Continue »

This Japanese Train Station Built Around A 700 Year Old Tree

In the Northeast suburbs of central Osaka stands a curious train station unlike any other. Kayashima Station features a rectangular hole cut into the roof of the elevated platform and, from inside, a giant tree pokes its head out like a stalk of broccoli. Continue »

Vintage Advertisement Posters Of Russian Automobiles From The 1950s to ’80s

The automotive industry in the Soviet Union spanned the history of the state from 1929 to 1991. It started with the establishment of large car manufacturing plants and reorganisation of the AMO Factory in Moscow in the late 1920s–early 1930s, during the first five-year plan, and continued until the Soviet Union’s dissolution in 1991. Before its disintegration, the Soviet Union produced 2.1-2.3 million units per year of all types, and was the sixth (previously fifth) largest automotive producer, ranking ninth place in cars, third in trucks, and first in buses. Take a look to see the USSR automobiles in the 1950s to 1980s through these interesting advertisement posters. Continue »

Fish Eye Pillows Is What You Need After A Hard Day

Having a bad day? Or perhaps your kids are driving you nuts? “Put a fish on it,” writes AliaGraceDolls on her Etsy shop. Made from organic cotton and filled with organic flax seeds and lavender, these fish-shaped eye pillows can be be warmed and cooled if desired. And according to their description “nothing beats the soothing feel of a cool fish on your face after a long hard day.” Continue »

Artist Imagines How McDonalds Would Look If Nazis Opened It In Hell

If you’ve ever wondered what McDonald’s would look like in a post-apocalyptic zombie world ruled by Nazis, artists Jake & Dinos Chapman have got it covered. In what can only be described as “creepy AF”, the nightmare-inducing artwork is littered with Ronald McDonalds on crucifixes, squads of Nazis doing what Nazis do, a boat being pulled down a squalid river by dolphins, and perhaps the most surreal of all, hoards of Ronald McDonalds killing zombies. Continue »

Heroes Of Classical Paintings Transported To The Streets Of Modern Napoli By Alexey Kondakov

Ukrainian creative Alexey Kondakov (previously) decontextualizes Renaissance masterpieces’ characters and stages them in contemporary decors. Using meticulous photomontage techniques and modifying the appearance of the photo, muses, angles and others figures are perfectly in compliance with their new environment: Naples. Continue »

Beautiful Redhead Portraits By Vitaliy Zubchevskiy

Vitaliy Zubchevskiy is a talented self-taught photographer and retoucher from Tarascha who currently lives and works in Kiev, Ukraine. Vitaliy shoots amazing beauty, fashion, wedding and portrait photography. Continue »