These Designers Create Stylish And Unusual Dresses From Kids’ Drawings

One day, mother of two, Jaimee Newberry, came up with a brilliant idea to sew her daughter a dress that was based on her own drawing. The dress was such a huge hit with both her daughter’s friends and their parents, that Newberry decided to make a business out of it. Continue »

An Artist Transforms The Shapes Of Animals Into Cubes To Makes Them Definitely Look Straight Out Of Minecraft

According to artist Aditya Aryanto: “Hi! I’m Aditya from Indonesia. I tried visualising some animals in different form, which called Anicube or Animal Cube. I am interested in the cubical shape and trying to change some animal form into cubes. First, I was afraid if it would be nicer than the original shape. I was really curious about the results, so I tried to find some funny animal pictures to be changed into Anicube.” Continue »

There’s An Old Abandoned Theme Park Near Tokyo, And It’s Creepy As Hell

Photographer Lee Chapman from the Tokyo Times visited the site, snapping several terrific photos. The park opened in the 1970s under the name Kinugawa Family Ranch and expanded over time, rebranding itself as “Western Village.” But by 2006, it was forced to close down. Today, the park looks like a post-apocalyptic ‘Westworld’. Continue »

Mysterious Double Exposure Photography By Christoffer Relander

Christoffer Relander is a talented 30-year-old photographer and artist, who was born and grew up on the countryside of Ekenäs, Finland. For his latest series “Jarred and Displaced”, Christoffer captured landscapes in jars using analog double exposure. Relander has been working on this project for a year and this is the first installment. Continue »

This 3D Printed Modern Clutch Was Inspired By A City In Switzerland

Set to be launched at Maison et Objet in Paris later this week, Odo Fioravanit’s Bern clutch, part of the Bern collection for Maison 203, was inspired by Switzerland’s capital city, Bern and it’s unique urban structure. Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed sintered nylon make up the design of the clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up the Swiss captial. Continue »

These Sad Dogs Outside Shops Will Make You Cry

“Sad Dogs Outside Shops” is a Facebook page chronicling the sad but regular appearance of dogs outside shops, earnestly waiting for their owners to return. Hundreds of photos of dogs have been submitted to the page, exposing the world for what it is: cold and harsh and cruel. Andy, the creator of Sad Dogs Outside Shops, is originally from Ireland and started the page a few years ago after he noticed all the dogs in Australia tied up on the sidewalk. Continue »

Photographer Dan Bannino Captures Favorite Food Of The World’s Powerful People

Dan Bannino is a talented Italian photographer, art director and artist who currently lives and works in Turin. Dan likes to translate ideas into images, making photos that are telling stories. He shoots a lot of fine art, still life, food and portrait photography. Continue »

When You See Where This Hidden Staircase Leads You’re Going To Want One

This is why everyone needs a hidden staircase and a basement in their home. Continue »

Children On North Sea Island Delighted By Flood Of Plastic Eggs

Easter has come early to the German North Sea island of Langeoog. A flood of plastic eggs containing tiny toys has been swept ashore after a fierce storm, to the delight of the island’s youngest residents. Continue »

Photographer Peter Thorne Captures Adorable Photos Of Toronto’s Chubby Cats

Peter Thorne is a talented pet photographer who has lived and shot in Halifax, Vancouver, Havana, and currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada. Peter received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with major in Photography from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. His most recent project, entitled Fat Cats: Large and in Charge is a collection of cats of the chubbier variety. Thorne aims to deliver a strong message through his photo project that all body types can be beautiful and all body shapes can be healthy. Continue »

Photographer Mohamed Taher Documents Egyptian Dancers Making The Streets Of Cairo Their Stage

In his series “Ballerinas of Cairo”, photographer Mohamed Taher documents Egyptian dancers making the city streets their stage – pirouetting, leaping and posing their way through their country’s sprawling capital. The photos are, at first glance, stunning snapshots of a city’s vibrant culture in motion. But considering the dangers Egyptian women face for roaming these same streets on a daily basis, their impact is far deeper. Sexual harassment continues to present not just a possibility but a terrifying reality in present-day Egypt. A 2013 United Nations report calculated that 99.3 percent of women in the country have experienced sеxual harassment on the streets, a problem that’s sparked initiatives giving women a way to fight back. The violence is rooted in an extreme conservative perspective encouraging women to stay in the home. Continue »

San Francisco-Based Artist Alexis Arnold Grows Crystals On Books

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People will spout about impermanence of digital records, but books are really fragile, too. Alexis Arnold from San Francisco wanted to illustrate that with her project The Crystallized Book: collecting books and growing Borax crystals on them. Books range from literature classics to magazines, and there’s even a mysterious and arcane tome called “Linux: The Complete Manual”. Continue »

Stunning Photo Art By Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf Springveld, born June 2, 1959 Hilversum, Netherlands, is a Dutch photographer. Olaf is most famous for his commercial and personal work. He has been commissioned to photograph advertising campaigns for large international companies such as Levi’s, Microsoft and Nokia. Some of his most famous photographic series include “Grief”, “Rain”, and “Royal Blood”. Never one to shy away from controversy, Olaf’s work is often daring and provocative. Humorously however, one of his early photographs was once expelled from a show on the basis of not containing nudity. His work has received many awards and he has held exhibitions around the world. Slightly NSFW. Continue »

The Japanese Use a Real Rabbits As Case For Smartphone

If you see a weird trend or a mind boggling commercial, you know that it’s from Japan. Take the latest one for example. You might be misled be the title into thinking that those bloody bastards are killing poor rabbits and making iPhone cases out of them. Continue »

Photographer Omar Reda Documents The Beauty Of Tribal Women In Ethiopia

Omar Reda is a graphic designer and photographer who was born in 1984 in Tripoli, Lebanon and currently lives and works in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Omar studied Graphic Design at Notre Dame University and after graduation in 2005, he started his career as a Graphic Designer in Riyadh. Continue »