‘Beauty In Wonderland’ By Sølve Sundsbø For Vogue Italia

‘Beauty in Wonderland’, a journey into the beauty dream. With fragrances that free emotions, textures that reawaken the senses and high-happiness nuances. Because the vocabulary of perfumes and of colors is a universal language, with one keyword: nature. Continue »

19-Year-Old Black Cat Turns Into A “Nordic God” Due To A Rare Skin Condition

Back in 1997, a man bought a black kitty, not knowing that one day it will look like some icy Nordic god. His owner recalls the moment he met the cat: “Scrappy was sitting on his own and, though he was cute, we didn`t think others would regard him to be as cute as his siblings. I made the decision to take Scrappy as I knew he would be the last one to be taken, if at all,” the owner told MeowBox. Continue »

National Geographic Unveils Its 50 Most Beautiful Travel Photos Of 2016’s

Curated from 91 photographers, 107 stories and a whopping 2,290,225 photos, National Geographic has unveiled its top 50 images of 2016. From Russian roof-toppers risking their lives to the atrocities of war, here are some of the most extraordinary moments captured in 2016.

In Alaska, a mother grizzly and her cubs cause a “bear jam” on Denali’s 92-mile-long Park Road, open to private vehicles only five days each summer. Photograph by Aaron Huey Continue »

We Can’t Stop Laughing At These Movie Poster Face Flips

Imgur user NeoBaggins is a master when it comes to flipping famous faces in Photoshop. And although it sounds so simple, it actually takes a lot of work to make them look so hilarious, as the artist proved in this “making of” timelapse. Check out his work below and stare in amazement at how even with his face flipped, Guy Pearce still looks normal… Continue »

12-Year-Old Christopher Walken In Clown Makeup Will Make You Hate Clowns A Little Less (Or Will It?)


Photo by Constance Banister Corp/Getty Images

Christopher Walken has been acting since 1953, when he was just 10 years old. Ever the entertainer, young Christopher also enjoyed the creepy art of clowning. These photos were taken in 1955, and even if you’re not afraid of clowns, knowing this kid would grow up to torture and kill Eric Stoltz in “The Prophecy” makes the whole situation a tad unnerving. Continue »

Fantastic Hyperreal Paintings By Reisha Perlmutter

Painting hyperreal art is challenging regardless of the chosen medium which is why we respect artists that master this technique. Reisha Perlmutter creates these stunning oil on canvas renditions of women underwater. If her portrait skills wasn’t enough Reisha Perlmutter reproduces water with amazing accuracy. The composition is perfect and subject matter interesting which sparks much excitement from the people that see Reisha Perlmutter’s works. Any-time we’ve posted her work we’re quick to highlight the fact it’s a painting and not photography. Continue »

Incredible Photo Series Shows Huge Dogs Playing With Their Tiny Toddler Pals


Photo by Andy Seliverstoff

A photographer is launching a new book featuring 100 touching images showing the loving bond between young children and their enormous dogs. The series of pictures shows breeds such as Great Danes and Newfoundlands towering over toddlers – highlighting their mutual love for each other. Children no taller than 2ft are seen high-fiving their family pets, running alongside them and even riding their beloved dogs as if they were a horse. The extraordinary collection will feature in a book called ‘Little Kids and Their Big Dogs’ – which is all down to the work of photographer Andy Seliverstoff. Continue »

Human Builds A Dragon-Shaped Cardboard House For His Cat In Order To Please His Master

One creative guy named Sam just took cardboard cat houses to the next level. Inspired by his beloved kitty Denni, the entire thing is made out of cardboard and held by hot glue. “I love making things, especially out of cardboard. My cat also loves cardboard and I love my cat,” Sam writes on his website. Continue »

Impressive Color Photos Of 60’s Women Fashion Taken By Norman Parkinson

In a career that spanned seven decades, Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990) dazzled the world with his sparkling inventiveness as a fashion photographer. His long association with Vogue, and his numerous assignments for Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country and other international magazines, brought him worldwide recognition. His impulsive and unstructured style changed forever the static, posed approach to fashion photography, while his enchanting, idiosyncratic persona charmed his sitters and projected an alluring and glamorous public image. Continue »

Illustrator Shows How Tough Caring For Babies Could Be

Ask any new parents – taking care of babies can be daunting. Dealing with the constant cries, vomits, pees and scratches to the face. But all parents know that the reward far outweighs the troubles, because babies are adorable. Continue »

Magical Photos Of Budapest At Christmas Time

For photographer Rizsavi Tamás, photography is a way to capture an ephemeral moment. It’s a way to compare old and new, remember days gone by, and reveal the magic found within a city. And what better city to do that in then the jewel box known as Budapest! Continue »

Enchanted: Forest Of Light Brings L.A.’s Most Stunning Holiday Display To Descanso Gardens


Photo by Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Christmas lights usually go hand-in-hand with over-the-top decorations: inflatable Santas, crystal snowflakes, strobing snowmen. But L.A.’s newest light-up experience has ditched the kitsch in favor of a whimsical, wondrous, curiosity-driven display that’s among L.A.’s most stunning and, more importantly, most fun. Enchanted: Forest of Light begins its inaugural run at Descanso Gardens on November 25. The interactive, nighttime program has set up eight illuminated installations around the botanical garden grounds, from luminescent forests to free-standing hands-on art pieces. Continue »

The Siberian Beauty: Artist Use Makeup To Transform Herself Into Live Paint

Russian artist Maria Gasanova adjusts her make-up as she finishes “The Siberian Beauty” body art work from her “The Alive Painting” series before the opening ceremony of the Cultural Universiade as part of preparation for the 2019 Winter Universiade Krasnoyarsk, in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Continue »

Victorian Christmas Cards That Are As Creepy As Those Times Themselves

If you think holidays are weird these days, then you clearly haven’t seen these 19th-century Victorian era Christmas cards that were just as creepy as those times themselves. From frogs stabbing each other to Krampus (a half-goat, half-daemon) entertaining the ladies… Yeah, these seem random as hell these days, but when you think of it, they actually work as a time machine and reveal the relevant topics of those days. Here: Greetings From Krampus Continue »

Anonymouse Are Opening Tiny Shops For Mice In Sweden

Anonymouse was fed up with the lack of shops for rodents, so they decided to open a couple of them at once. The 70×30 cm (about 25×12 inch) stores are located in Malmö, Sweden and they have wide menus that mice can choose their meals from. One of them is selling nuts and the other offers cheese. Besides the well-crafted interiors, there are posters about upcoming mice concerts and other events. The amount of detail that went into creating this street art installation is huge! The identities of Anonymouse are still unknown, but you can check their Instagram account for more information. Continue »