Galaxy Inspired Ceramics That Allow You To Drink From The Stars

Thanks to artist Amanda Joy Wells everyone can have a drink with the stars. Continue »

These Geometric Pet Beds Are An Ideal Resting Spot For Modern Cats And Dogs

As much as we all love our pets, sometimes we don’t want them right on us or on the furniture. But when that’s the case, our pets need a comfortable alternative. This is where the three geometric pet beds, from Natural Slow’s PET HOUSE series come in. Each pet house is made from Paulownia wood, a traditional Japanese wood favored for it’s insulation, humidity control, and pest repellent properties. Paulownia wood is also a lightweight material which allows the pet houses to be moved easily whenever you feel like it. Continue »

Artist Shows How To Repackage Junk Food So That Hipsters Would Buy It

You’ll never find a box of Cap’n Crunch or a pack of Slim Jims in a hipster’s house. Why? Well, aside from the fact that neither are organic, the colors of the packaging would simply clash too much with all of the other artfully designed products in their food cupboard. Continue »

‘Fearless Girl’ Stares Down Wall Street’s Iconic Charging Bull Statue


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A statue of a ‘fearless girl’ has been installed on Wall Street opposite the iconic Charging Bull bronze sculpture. The artwork was installed opposite the bull statue, which represents financial optimism and prosperity, on the eve of International Women’s Day. Continue »

This ‘Virgin Killer’ Sweater Designed To Drive Nerdy Young Men Wild

The mega-revealing piece of knitwear combines the nation’s nerdy chaps’ obsession with “boob turtlenecks” and “side-boob sweaters”. Pictures of the jumper went viral in Japan and it was quickly dubbed “the virgin-killing sweater”. It’s the second jumper this year to be labelled doutei wo korosu, a phrase which suggests it would excite a virgin man so much he would die. Continue »

Intricate Fruit & Vegetable Carvings By Japanese Artist Gaku

Japan has a rich tradition of food carving called mukimono. If you’ve ever eaten at a fancy restaurant in Japan you might have found a carrot carved into a bunny, garnishing your plate. But in the hands of Japanese artist Gaku, the art of fruit and vegetable carving is elevated to a new realm of edible creations. Continue »

An Artist Sculpted Hunter S. Thompson’s ‘Fear And Loathing’ Head And It’s Too Much, Man

Twice the size of a human head, with a twisted neck and glasses reflective of a world on speed, it’s a strange bust in an oversized hat—and that doesn’t even begin to broach its subject. Holding his cigarette between his teeth, visual effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick’s oversized bust of Raoul Duke, Johnny Depp’s caricature of Hunter S. Thompson’s hero in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, is a mind-melting sculptural feat. Continue »

Apparel Custom-Printed With Scalable City Maps

Taking customized couture to the streets, Monochome allows you to turn any urban grid at a scale of your choice into a unique tank top, t-shirt, flare or pencil skirt. Using OpenStreetMap, the company lets you select between a black-on-white figure/ground representation or more traditionally-gridded white-on-black map. Continue »

The Traditional Rwandan Hairstyle: The Most Unique And Creative Hairstyle From The 1920

The Amasunzu traditional hairstyle is hands down one of the most creative ever. Still being worn today, it was and still is a symbol of pride in Rwanda. The Amasunzu hairstyle represented different roles and stages in life of women and men. When warriors wore the style, it symbolized strength and bravery. Worn by women, it usually marked marital status and virginity. Young woman wore it before they were married. After marriage, some women let their hair grow freely. Continue »

Creative Animal Hair Style Collections By Nagi Noda

Nagi Noda was a Japanese pop artist and director born in Tokyo. She worked as a freelance art director and as an artist and fashion designer. She created camapigns for Nike and Laforet and a short film for Panasonic. Noda’s works are defined by artificiality and seriality, balancing between visual art and commercial relations with a high degree of creativity and non-conformity in their aesthetic and narration. Continue »

Space-Themed Birthday Cake Reveals An Entire Universe When Sliced

Imgur user Pedagiggle created this multi-layered space birthday cake for her 4-year-old son, Ilyas, that’s as (inter)stellar inside as it on the outside. The exterior of the tall treat features hand-painted planets among the cosmos, while a rocket ship blasts off the top of the cake. If that’s not special enough, once you cut into it, a whole solar system is revealed—including Earth, Mars, and the mesmerizing swirl of the Milky Way. Continue »

These Pet Pancakes From Japanese Chef Are Too Cute To Eat

As pancake day has creped up on us once again, a Japanese chef has combined our favourite things; cute animals and sugar. Keisuke Inagaki has been a chef at his restaurant La Ricetta in Zama City, Japan, for the last 18 years. He rose to Instagram fame from his Pokemon and anime pancake art, and the time around heis created a lifelike animal series. The 46-year-old chef began making pancakes in 2011 to raise spirits after the devastating nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan. Continue »

Surreal NSFW Dolls Reveal The Dark Fantasy Worlds That Live Under Their ‘Skin’

Fantasy doll maker Mari Shimizu hails from Amakusa, Kumamoto Japan where after graduating from Tama Art University, she dedicated herself to creating and photographing her intricate ball-joint dolls. Continue »

Shrimp Neck Pillow Grabs The Attention Of Squid Girl And The Rest Of The Net

Today’s object of Japanese social media and blog fascination is a neck pillow designed to look like a realistic shrimp. The shellfish is designed to keep the wearer warm and comfortable. Continue »

The Octopus Chair By Maximo Riera

The Octopus Chair is a project of Spanish artist Maximo Riera. Produced in a limited series and one part of a larger collection entitled «Animal Chairs». Continue »