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These Smart And Hilarious Illustrations Take The Most Unexpected Turns


The talented artist Tango created these simple but very unusual and witty illustrations. You’ll be surprised to see the interesting and often humorous ways in which the author presents everyday things. Continue »

Work Related Web Comics To Help You Make It Through Monday


Waking up on Monday morning with nothing to look forward to but corporate speak and lower back pain is enough to make anyone want to kidnap the fax machine and smash it out of it’s misery à la ‘Office Space’. Wes of The Gentleman’s Armchair has created some sad but true comics to take the edge off. So take a coffee break and read through these work related web comics for a quick pick-me-up before getting back to the grindstone. Continue »

The 10 Winning Photographs From The Hasselblad Masters Awards 2016


Every year the photo contest Hasselblad Masters Awards 2016, organized by the prestigious brand, rewards the best images through categories like Wildlife, Portrait, Landscape, Fine Art, Fashion or Architecture. This year again, the jury composed of 23 of the industry’s most respected photographers and established editors had the difficult task of selecting the winners from the thousands of photographs presented. Here: Ali Rajabi, Winner 2016 Street/Urban (Hasselblad Masters’ Competition) Continue »

Funniest Wedding Photos Of 2015


These hilarious photos will leave people wedding themselves with laughter. The images – which include photobombs, wardrobe malfunctions and unexpected animal behaviour – have been released by the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographs (ISPWP). Each year the society holds quarterly competitions, celebrating a variety of the best image from couples special days. Other categories in the ISPWPs completions include the likes Getting Ready, First Dance, Family Love, and a selection of portrait possibilities. Continue »

Beautiful Photographs By Brock Elbank In Tribute To Freckles


‘Freckles’ is a series of beautiful portraits, which pay tribute to freckles with some powerful and contrasted images. These photographs are part of the new project by Brock Elbank, who wants to achieve 150 portraits for his next exhibition in 2017. Continue »

Snapshots Of Stripteasers From The 1980s At Downtown Los Angeles Venues


The following images are from a collection of over one thousand 35mm negatives made in 1984 by an amateur photographer known only as “B. Mason.” They were subsequently abandoned, and later discovered in an Echo Park garage in 2005, in a stack of withered, moldy envelopes from different one-hour photo labs.

Hidden inside those envelopes was an encyclopedic collection of exotic dancers from the 1980s at several downtown Los Angeles venues: The Dragon Lady, The Cameo and The Last Call. Continue »

This Artist Made A Collection Of Farm Animal Sculptures From Unconventional Materials Like Shoes, Mops, And Leather Bags


Artist Federico Uribe, has created ‘Farm Animals’, a collection of animal sculptures made from a variety of recycled materials. Continue »

Photographer Captures Intimate And Unguarded Portraits Of Porn Stars


Photographer Roger Kisby has shot a series of intimate portraits of porn stars in their unguarded moments.
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These Unusual And Sarcastic Illustrations Will Make You Rethink The Way We Live


Moscow based artist Anton Gudim sees the world differently. Some words and the situations he understands literally, while for others, he creates a new meaning. But most importantly, he does it with the sarcasm and self-irony. Continue »

Fantastic iPad Finger Paintings By Ales Lyalyush


Saint Petersburg based digital artist Ales Lyalyush creates most of his works by finger painting on Ipad. Artists are always looking for a ways to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences. Drawing on Ipad gives more opportunities. Using powerful painting and drawing apps allows to explore own painting techniques while brushing up skills of traditional art. Continue »

An Artist Creates A Fantastic Street Art Pieces Based On Popular Movies And TV Series Across The Streets Of Moscow


Russian street artist known under the pseudonym Zoom mostly depicts characters from the popular movies and TV series on the Moscow streets. Zoom calls his work “street art without vandalism”. For example, his Godfather’s portrait was made from packing tape. Visit his Instagram page to see more works. Continue »

Old Fire Truck Turned Into Spacious Hotel Room


Planning on exploring the Scottish countryside? Well why not sleep in an Unique stay like this renovated Fire Truck! Located on the Inshriach House Estate in Aviemore, Scotland, the Beer Moth Hotel is a unique accommodation meant for two people. Continue »

Cool Dad Colors His Kids’ Fancy Drawings


It’s not the “art” that is so amazing, but it’s Cool story about Reddit user Tatsputin, a creative dad that has to fly allot for his work. His kids give them their drawings for him to color. During the many flights he makes, he colours the drawings of his kids and in a way collaborate with his kids on their ‘artworks’. Continue »

No Pants Subway Ride 2016


The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event which was started in 2002 by Improv Everywhere in New York, the goal is for riders to get on the subway train dressed in normal winter clothes without pants and keep a straight face. Continue »

This Girl Doodles Adorable Comics To Shed Light On Introverts And Their Daily Struggles


Being an introvert herself, Marzi knows what she’s talking about when she creates her Introvert Doodles. Her goal is to show other people who also have this kind of personality that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with them. Continue »