Creative Mom Paints On Skylight To Make Her Daughter Go To Kindergarten Class

When her three-year-old daughter refused to go to kindergarten, a mom from south China’s Guangzhou city went creative and started painting on their car’s skylight to entertain her child. Continue »

The Explosive And Twisted Illustrations By Mike Hughes

A selection of colorful and explosive illustrations by Mike Hughes, a Scottish artist based in Edinburgh who has collaborated with many famous brands, revealing here a trashy and twisted universe that mixes junk food, skateboarding and pop culture. Continue »

Stunning Digital Surreal Art By Mikhail Batrak

Mikhail Batrak is a Ukrainian artist whose work examines the relationship between perception, Surrealism and empiricism. Continue »

Beautiful Australian Landscape Oil Paintings By Graham Gercken

Graham Gercken is an award winning Australian landscape painting artist who was born in 1960. He is a self-taught artist who loves to paint with oil paint. Continue »

History Of Apple: All The Apple Products From 1976 To 2017 In A Single Poster

The Insanely Great History of Apple has just been updated, bringing together all the Apple products from 1976 to 2017 in a single poster. Continue »

Chinese Village Turns Artsy With Murals

How do you turn an unassuming village into a tourist site? By giving it a fresh coat of paint, just like what this village in the city of Huizhou in south China’s Guangdong Province did. Continue »

Ukiyo-e Inspired Illustrations Capture The Relatable Moments Of Modern Everyday Life

Japanese artist Yamada Zenjidou brings us whimsical illustrations of modern life in the style of old Japanese woodblock prints. These images would look totally normal framed and hanging as vintage art, but look closer and you’ll find you can totally relate to what’s going on. Continue »

Enter The Dreamy World Of Taj Francis’s Stylish Illustrations

Caribbean heat seems to melt the skin of every subject Jamaican illustrator Taj Francis draws. The Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts graduate’s imagination coats models and musicians with marbled paint and all the tropical colors of a dancehall party. Continue »

Here’s How Some of Rock and Roll Legends Would Look Like Today If They Weren’t Dead

So many musicians have passed away too fast over the past couple of decades. They left their fans heartbroken, listening to their music until today. Regardless of your taste in music, chances are you remember when the news cycle covered one of their deaths. You are probably constantly thinking about what they could have yet created if they hadn’t died. Unfortunately, we cannot possibly know that, but what we could do is imagine what they would look like today if they were still alive.

Elvis Presley – Jan. 8, 1935 – Aug. 16, 1977

The King of Rock and Roll, who died in 1977 at age 42.

That’s exactly what the Sachs Media Group set out to do with the project you’re about to see. They have teamed up with photo restoration and manipulation company Phojoe to create speculative portraits of what rock and roll’s greatest musicians might look like if they were still alive today. Continue »

Sketches Of Summer

Grant Snider gives us a charming series of sketches using watercolor shapes and imagination to illustrate the things we enjoy in the summertime. How to turn a watermelon into a sunset is just the beginning. Other simple shapes show us what he can make of picnics, fireflies, ice cream, swimming pools, and more. Continue »

Smells Like The 70s: Vintage Deodorant Advertising

Women’s deodorant and antiperspirant ads came in three varieties: (1) a demonstration of how well the product performs across a busy day (as below), (2) a confident gal giving her testimonial (above), or (3) straight-up shaming (i.e. you will be humiliated by your gross personal stench if you don’t use our product). The best of the best somehow incorporated all three. Let’s have a look at some examples from the 1970s and a few more from other decades. Continue »

Vintage Hand-Coloured NSFW Postcards Of Dancers Of The Casino De Paris

The Casino de Paris is one of the most well known music halls of Paris, with a history dating back to the 18th century. Contrary to what the name might suggest, it is a performance venue, not a gambling house. Continue »

Zombies Descend On Hamburg To Protest Against Two-Day Meeting Of ‘Political Elite’


Lukas Barth-Tuttas/DPA/Alamy Live News

A thousand “zombie” protesters have descended on Hamburg in protest against the two-day G20 summit between the “political elite” to be held in the northern German city. Continue »

Beautiful Parisian Pin-Up Paintings By Jean-Gabriel Domergue

Jean-Gabriel Domergue was born in Bordeaux, France on March 4th, 1889.

An extremely talented and precocious painter, Domergue exhibited works at the Salon Des Artistes Français (the French Artists Exhibition) in 1906 at the young age of seventeen. In 1913, he was awarded the Second Prize of Rome and went on to win the gold medal award in the 1920 show. He then began showing outside the exhibition. Continue »

“Build The Future” – Lego’s Brilliant Print Ads From The Cannes Festival

Lego makes some of the most delightful advertising around, and this series of print ads from Ogilvy Bangkok are just about perfect, from concept to execution. Continue »