Japanese Artist Transforms Old Newspapers Into Expressive Creatures

Spirited monkeys, inquisitive rabbits, placid walruses, and other species come to life in Chie Hitotsuyama’s studio. Working with glue and twisted rolls of newspaper, the Tokyo-based artist crafts three-dimensional portraits of animals that are full of personality. Continue »

Crocheted Food Art By Kate Jenkins

Artist Kate Jenkins makes elaborate crocheted food art in her studio in Brighton. Much of her art depicts the local fare—fish and chips, bangers and mash, and so on—but a recent series, “Kate’s Diner,” focused on classic American food. We previously posted about Jenkins’ crocheted anatomical hearts. Continue »

Disney Princess Lingerie Sets Are Here, And You’ll Either Love Them Or Hate Them

Jasmine

Dressing up as a Disney princess is one thing, but dressing down… Let’s just say that people are having major mixed feelings about it. Like it or not, Disney-themed lingerie has arrived, and it’s igniting more than just passion. Continue »

Pastry Chef Iven Kawi Creates Amazing Terrarium And Flower Cakes

Jakarta-based pastry chef Iven Kawi says she made her first honest attempt at baking in December of 2013 when she made a batch of Christmas cookies for her daughter’s school. As you can see, things have progressed quite a bit. Kawi now runs a bakery shop out of her home in Lippo Karawaci called Iven Oven where she creates elaborately decorated baked goods. Among her specialties are cakes adorned with terrarium environments where buttercream frosting is sculpted into an abundance of cacti and flower petals atop beds of crumbly sand or dirt. Continue »

Retro DIY Lawnmower Looks Like A Vintage Car

Spring is here and the grass will need to be mowed soon. But if you have this sweet DIY retro mini lawnmower that looks like a vintage automobile, the job will surely be a satisfying one. Continue »

Incredible Japanese Statues Made With Dead Bugs

If you don’t like bugs, living or dead, then perhaps you might want to sit this one out. Yoneji Inamura, a resident of Gunma Prefecture, has created some unusual sculptures. This samurai doll was created in 1970. It took ten months to complete and is made from 5,000 preserved insects. Continue »

The Groovy Opel Car Calendar Of 1970

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Opel traces its roots to a sewing machine manufacturer founded by Adam Opel in 1862. The company began manufacturing bicycles in 1886 and produced its first car in 1899. Continue »

This Guy Gets A Permanent Eyeglasses Tattoo

Some guy named Matthew decided that it would be a good idea to get a permanent eyeglasses tattoo. Well… He didn’t actually hurt anyone (but himself), so it’s probably ok. Continue »

Artist Mark Jenkins Has Reached A Whole New Level Of Trolling While Calling It Art

Mark Jenkins is an American artist most widely known for his sculptural street installations. Jenkins’ practice of street art is to use the “street as a stage” where his sculptures interact with the surrounding environment including passersby who unknowingly become actors. His installations often draw the attention of the police. His work has been described as whimsical, macabre, shocking and situationist Continue »

Creepy Ghost Statue In Lithuania Looks Like It’s Crawling Out Of The Water


Dalia Račkauskaitė

If you ever visit the quaint seaside town of Klaipeda in Lithuania, beware of the black ghost. This extremely creepy statue looks somewhat like a Dementor from the Harry Potter series, and if you’re prone to nightmares, it’s surely something out of one your very worst. Continue »

Cristiano Ronaldo’s New Bust Will Give You Nightmares

Real Madrid soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo unveiled an airport named Aeroporto Cristiano Ronaldo in Madeira, Portugal. In addition to getting an airport named after himself, the footballer was honored with a bronze bust in his likeness. The artist, a local sculptor named Emanuel Santos, has spoken up about the much reviled statue, saying, basically, “you can’t win ’em all.” Continue »

Daughter Brings To Life Her Dad’s Dream For A Caravan, Taken From Plans Found In His Secret Wartime Diaries During His Time As A Japanese Prisoner Of WWII

WWII POW Reg Newman dreamed of returning to the UK and building the luxury 1930s caravan he’d designed. While incarcerated at a prison camp in Borneo, he made meticulously illustrated designs for the holiday home. When he was released after three years and five months, he was too traumatised to get his caravan made. His daughter, Jan Fursier, found plans and asked Channel 4’s Amazing Spaces to bring her dad’s dream to life. Continue »

These Lamps Allow You To Have A Planet At Home

Maria Elena from Pulsarmoonlight uses recycled garden globes to create lamps, and she turns them into something truly incredible. Continue »

IKEA Introduces Affordable Hand-Drawn Poster Collection That’s Picture Perfect

The Swedish company known for its clever home solutions will be launching ‘ART EVENT 2017’ — a limited edition collection showcasing posters drawn by 12 internationally-loved artists—in April 2017, so clear your walls. Continue »

Artist Blends Modern Graffiti With Ancient Calligraphy To Create Stunning NSFW Pieces Using Naked Women’s Bodies As A Canvas

Talented ‘calligraffiti’ artist Pokras Lampas, from St. Petersburg, Russia, has his models strip naked before he scribbles his calligraphy freehand on their chests, navels and legs. The intricate designs wind around the models’ bodies, covering them in the ancient writing form in a variety of colours, creating mesmerizing and unique works of art. Continue »