Artist’s Series Depicts ‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters Drawn As Pin-Up

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For all its rampant sexuality, Game of Thrones is missing one thing: even more sexuality.

Fortunately, Russian artist Andrew Tarusov (previously) has illustrated a series of eye-popping posters depicting female characters from the show as early-20th-century-style pin-up girls. The stylized drawings depict Daenerys Targaryen, Cersei Lannister, Brienne of Tarth and many more of the Game of Thrones ladies as scantily clad, seductively posed, physically idealized pin-ups. Continue »

Jungle Book Cast Photos Pair Actors With Animals

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Photo © by Walt Disney Pictures

Walt Disney Pictures has revealed a set of The Jungle Book cast photos, featuring the actors paired with their onscreen animal counterparts. Here: Ben Kingsley as Bagheera Continue »

If Modern Movies Would’ve Been Released On VHS Cassette

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Audio and visual formats go out of style so fast that digital streaming now seems quaint, and we sort of skipped Blu-ray completely. But, while hipsters get nostalgic over vinyl records, there is no equivalent retro love for VHS cassettes. Which is odd when you think about it, as the first home video format seemed like a miracle in its day. Continue »

Don’t Look Down At This Glass Sightseeing Platform In China

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Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon / Reuters

Standing, lying and looking far down below, tourists are flocking to a new glass-bottom sightseeing platform on the highest peak of China’s Shilin Gorge on the outskirts of Beijing. Billed by its makers as the largest glass sightseeing platform in the world, it consists of a walkway and a circular viewing platform. It has an area of 415 square metres and hangs some 400 metres up from the foot of the cliff. Titanium alloys reinforce the framework of the structure, which extends 32.8 metres out to look onto the lush forest gorge below. Those venturing out to take selfies put on cloth coverings on their shoes. Continue »

This Mom Makes Costumes And Takes Awesome Photos Of Her Kids

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Anna Rozwadowska finds creative ways to documents her kids’ childhood before they get too old to play dress up. Everything from Harry Potter to Star Wars finds it’s way into this cool mom’s photoshoots. Continue »

12 Things You’re Doing That Make People Dislike You Immediately

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Some of the things listed in this infographic by Business Insider might come as a shock, as we don’t really think about these things. Unknowingly, we might also harbor ill feelings towards people who have too many friends on Facebook or post too many pictures. Perhaps correcting these actions might make us more likeable people. Continue »

Photographer Freezes Time, Suspends Foods In His Zero-Gravity Kitchen

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Time stands still in the home kitchen of photographer Francesco Mattucci, who captures fascinating images of foods suspended in air. Continue »

Liquid Marble Installation Turns Castle Courtyard Into Fantastical Pool

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For the International Gardens Festival, French designer Mathieu Lehanneur creates his latest installation, Petite Loire, as part of series Liquid Marble, in the courtyard of the arts and nature center domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire. The illusive installation created by green marble looks like ocean waves caused by the action of wind or ripples on a wind-blown pond. Continue »

Everyday Things That Look Totally Different Under A Microscope

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All the common objects are kinda boring when you look at them, but the situation changes when an awesome Electron Microscope comes on the scene. A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is a type of electron micrograph that makes images of a sample by scanning it with a focused beam of electrons. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye. Here: Ground black pepper Continue »

Felted Veggies Cling To Embroidery Hoops By Veselka Bulkan

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Munich-based artist Veselka Bulkan crafts these whimsical veggies that dangle from embroidery hoops. Each piece is an amalgam of embroidered leaves affixed to felted carrots, beets, radishes and other colorful roots. Continue »

Shampoo Planet: Paintings Of North American Urban Landscapes And Interiors By Marc Trujillo

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Photorealistic paintings of discount retailers, members-only wholesale clubs, fast food restaurants, car washes, and gas stations by San Fernando Valley-based artist Marc Trujillo. The interior spaces and commercial architecture he depicts are often places that are designed to be enjoyed and frequent by most people but move past through. These “nowhere places” inspire and fascinate Trujillo as they dominate the country’s urban landscape. Continue »

Terrifying Russian Architecture Which Looks Better From Above

The main highlight of these unique Moscow buildings is their architectural forms. At usual angles they may look absolutely differently. But the creative idea of architects is disclosed in full measure only if you look at the buildings from above.

The Circle
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This is an experimental project of Russian architects Evgeny Stamo and Alexander Markelov. The residential house was built in 1972. The building was dedicated to the Olympic Games in 1980 and supposed to have 5 circles but after the second one the project was closed. Continue »

Illustrations That Reveal Our Weird Social Media Lives

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Brecht Vandenbroucke‘s illustrations tackle the current struggle of millennials in darkly humorous ways. From the struggles of Instagram narcissism to the awkwardness of meeting an online dating match in real life, Vandenbroucke pokes fun at our struggle to exist simultaneously in the online and offline world. Continue »

This Company Creates Unique Carved Wood Cases For Your Phone

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Carved, a company out of Indiana, is creating cases for smartphones, but these are not your average plastic covers or skins. Using real wood and a mixture of colored resin swirls, Carved is able to produce true pieces of art that not only protect your phone, but look fantastic while doing it. Continue »

French Artist Makes Louvre Pyramid ‘Disappear’ In Optical Illusion

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Photo by Francois Mori / AP Photo

The French street artist known as “JR” has made the Louvre Pyramid in Paris disappear in an optical illusion created by covering the huge glass structure with a trompe l’oeil photo installation depicting the museum that surrounds it. Continue »