This Horse Gets Tailored Three-Piece Suit, Looks Absolutely Dashing

Ahead of Cheltenham Festival, veteran race horse Morestead wore a three-piece tweed suit complete with shirt, tie and flat cap, designed by former Alexander McQueen apprentice and celebrity stylist Emma Sandham-King. It required over 18m (59ft) of tweed – about 10 times more than an equivalent human garment. Continue »

Spray Painting Multiple Layers Of Acrylic Glass

Street artist Sofles has gained international recognition for his incredible work with a spray can. In an ongoing series of works, Sofles spray paints multiple layers of acrylic glass. When viewed straight on it looks like a single canvas but a few steps in any direction and you get a sense for the multiple layers involved in each piece. Continue »

Struggling To Come To Terms With Being An Adult? ABC For Adults Can Help!

Children’s ABC books in the 1970s taught us about a warm and innocent world through wonderful hand-painted imagery of animals, toys and quaint household objects. Unfortunately, we all grew up and became paranoid, cynical adults filled with fear and hatred. But don’t despair, this new book will help guide you and your family through this difficult phase of your existence. Continue »

A Wrecked Luxury Car Built From Over 12,000 Reflective Steel Parts


Jordan Griska

Reflecting its surroundings with a splintered and imperfect view is Jordan Griska‘s 2016 sculpture Wreck, a non-functional model of a Mercedes Benz S550 made entirely from reflective stainless steel. Continue »

Slash Of Guns N’ Roses Got His Own Custom Bike Created By Adam Zdanowicz Of Mad Bicycles

Slash’s bike is a custom made one-off inspired by his guitar, the BC Rich Mockingbird. The idea of a surprise gift came from a Polish music celebrity Doda. Polish craftsman Adam Zdanowicz of Mad Bicycles created the concept and gave it wheels. Continue »

This Artist Uses Emojis To Create Images Of Female Nipples So She Can Bypass Instagram’s Ban On Nudity

Instagram’s conditions of use make point of saying that they don’t allow nudity on Instagram, though nudity in photos of paintings and sculptures are OK, and male nipples totally surpass this ruling. Continue »

This Beautiful Collection Of Decorative Paper Clips Is Inspired By Turkish Motifs

Designer Efil Türk of Llun, has created a collection of minimalist decorative paper clips that were inspired by traditional Turkish motifs. The figures of ‘eli belinde’, ‘koç boynuzu’ and ‘akrep’ in Turkish kilim motifs are the main idea of ornament shapes. Continue »

This Crying Unicorn Candle Will Make You Shed Tears Of Joy (Or Fear)

As Mashable reports, Firebox has officially released a “Crying Unicorn Candle,” and it’s both magical and creepy. Featuring a white ceramic candle holder in the shape of a tiny unicorn, the product includes three spiraled horn-shaped candles that, when lit, melt through the unicorn’s eye sockets and makes it look like it’s crying rainbows. Continue »

After 4 Years Of Not Throwing Away His Trash This Photographer Created A Powerful Photo Series

Back in 2011, photographer Antoine Repessé stopped throwing away his recyclable trash to make a point. Four years later he started turning that point into a powerful photo series he called ‘#365 Unpacked’, which challenges us to rethink our role as consumers. Continue »

Artist Humorously Rediscovering The Scenes Of Ordinary Life In Israel, Soviet Russia And Africa

Throughout her career as an artist, Ukraine-born Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi has not lacked for public interest, critical acclaim, or financial compensation. Her pieces have been shown in premier Israeli art galleries for over a decade. Her work is continually covered in the mainstream media. And her sketches fetch anywhere from $5,000 to five or six times that amount. Continue »

China’s Famous ‘Face-Kini’ Gets Porcelain-Inspired Facelift

Face masks for the beach known as face-kinis have become a curious fashion item in China in recent years. On Wednesday, models showed off the latest designs at a product launch on the sands of Qingdao, the eastern Chinese city where they were first popularized. Continue »

Apple Logo Found In Birch Tree By Russian Lumberjacks

Few days ago a couple of Russian lumberjacks were minding their own business, cutting trees and usual lumberjack things like that until something weird happened. One of the has cut the tree and on his own surprise he found an actual Apple logo inside a birch tree. Continue »

2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer Of The Year – Cities Gallery

We’re entering the final week of the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest, and stunning entries continue to pour in from all over the world.

For the final gallery before the contest closes, our editors have selected incredible photos from the “Cities” category for online galleries. From aerial shots to iconic skylines, these photos feature both architectural marvels as well as the beauty of day-to-day life in the urban jungle.


The city library in Stuttgart. (Photo and caption by Norbert Fritz / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest) Continue »

Czech Photographer Michal Pudelka: Girls, Girls, Girls

Photographer Michal Pudelka’s portfolio (previously featured) reads as an amalgamation of the ‘girl clique.’ With references that range from The Virgin Suicides to Mean Girls (and any other nod to one of the multitude of teen-girl dramas in between.) Pudelka evidences a knowledge of the power of dressing and the connotations and significance it can hold to individuals from their childhoods. Continue »

French Artists And Nike Have Redesigned The Paris Duperré Basketball Court

French design and photography agency Ill-Studio (previously featured) and fashion brand Pigalle have redesigned and repainted the Paris Duperré basketball court, with support from Nike. The court is squeezed between buildings in a Parisian suburb on Rue Duperré, and became internationally renowned in its previous guise, painted in graphical blocks of primary colours. Continue »