Artist Creates Edible Replica Of A House From Tim Burton’s Newest Movie


Los Angeles-based artist Christine McConnell (previously here and here) created this astounding replica and she made it by using gingerbread. The gingerbread house is supposed to be a replica of a house from Tim Burton’s newest movie “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children.” Not only does it look cool, but it’s 100% edible. Continue »

Prefab Modular Living Units From Slovenia By Coodo


Nowadays we are noticing growing changes in people’s lifestyles that call for new forms of dwelling. The space is becoming more and more valuable and residential architecture is rapidly changing, from building classic family houses to making smaller prefabricated residence buildings that are thoughtfully designed, made of excellent contemporary materials and have much greater connection to nature surrounding it. In such spaces the quality of life improves immensely. Continue »

Buddhist Monk Makes Footprints In Wooden Floorboards Through 20 Years Of Prayer


70 year-old Buddhist monk Hua Chi has been praying in the same spot at his temple in Tongren, China for over 20 years. His footprints, which are up to 1.2 inches deep in some areas, are the result of performing his prayers up to 3000 times a day. Now that he is 70, he says that he has greatly reduced his quantity of prayers to 1,000 times each day. Continue »

Don’t Look Down: This Collection Of Mind-Boggling Photos Is Sure To Send You Dizzy


The impressive set of pictures were taken from the top of a 155-foot-high crane – by a Russian photographer who hoped to overcome his fear of heights. Moscow-based snapper George Lanchevsky captured the amazing aerial images while precariously perched atop the crane – with no safety equipment. Both George and his friends are shown throwing caution to the wind as take part in the impressive stunt. Other shots captured include the adventurous bunch posing in the middle of climbs up cranes and beautiful women posing on the edge of roof tops. The extreme photos were taken in cities around the world including Moscow, Galich and Hong Kong. Continue »

Famous Album Covers Get The Star Wars Treatment


Music and movies fan Steven Lear runs an Instagram account called @WhyTheLongPlayFace where he shares his “random vinyl/movie mash ups” – generally, they’re riffs on classic album covers featuring popular characters from iconic films, and generally they’re very good indeed! Continue »

Apocalypse Kowloon: The Dystopian Art Of Nivanh Chanthara


Nivanh Chanthara is currently a concept artist at Eidos Montreal, working on undisclosed next generation projects. You may (or may not) know him for this conceptual work on Eidos’ critically acclaimed smash hit Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Continue »

Californian Inventor Spends Millions Creating One-Off Camper Van To Take His 4YO Daughter Around The World


Are you a fan of camping? Ever set off on long scientific explorations? Do you have a general disdain for refilling your fuel tank? Well, have we got the expedition vehicle for you. This is the KiraVan, a formidable off-roader engineered from the ground up to do one thing – get you (and your stuff) there and back. Inventor Bran Ferren developed the vehicle as a mobile learning lab for his daughter Kira, but also with scientists and film crews in mind. It allows teams to trek out to remote locations but not forgo the comforts of working from a lab or an editing studio. Continue »

These Wonderful Butterfly Crowns Can Turn Any Head Into A Magical Fairytale


Artist standing behind this fashionable crowns is Irina Osinchuck-Chajka of Eten Iren. She used EVA foam in a process of making this delicate accessorize, which makes the crowns transformable and adjustable in numerous ways leaving you space for your own creativity and personal touch. Patterns on butterflies’ wings are hand painted by the artist making them really lifelike. From afar, thin wire that secures the butterflies is practically invisible leaving an observer with an impression that lovely creatures are gently fluttering around your hair. Continue »

Preserved Pizza Art Is The Best Form Of Art You Never Knew You Needed


This are the Forever Pizza slices made by artist Steph Mantis. They’re pieces of pepperoni pizza preserved forever in clear lucite. Unfortunately, this is not a “break in case of emergency” situation, there is no removing the pizza for consumption. I feel like that’s kind of a waste of pizza. And by kind of I mean that is absolutely a waste of pizza. I have friends that would fight you if they found out you were wasting pizza. Back me up, guys. “Gnarly!” “Cowabunga!” Get it? Because my friends are the Ninja Turtles. That was the joke. Continue »

This Year Corso Zundert Flower Parade Had Some Crazy Detailed Flower Floats


Zundert, a small town near the southern border of the Netherlands, hosts the world’s biggest flower parade. In a country famous for its flowers, it’s no wonder flower parades are some sort of national hobby. The Netherlands has about thirty flower parades, large and small. Continue »

The Most Epic Entries From The 2016 National Beard And Moustache Competition


So, it’s that time of the year again, if you clicked this post because of the image than i guess you already know what i mean, The 2016 National Beard And Moustache Competition was held this year in Nashville, Tennessee on Labor Day. Like every year, people from all over the world come to see and compete with their fabulous beards and moustaches that they work so hard all year long to maintain and grow. Continue »

Rescued Dog Loses 35 Pounds Of Hair After Getting Its First Haircut In 6 Years

Image courtesy of Amanda Brooke Charsha-Lindsey / Facebook

After spending six years in a barn stall, Lazarus is finally getting a second chance.

Amanda Brooke Charsha-Lindsey with the Big Fluffy Dog Rescue shared an inspiring photo (above) of a recently rescued great pyrenees named Lazarus to her Facebook page on Sunday. According to Charsha-Lindsey, Lazarus was kept in a barn stall for the past six years, and was in dire need of a haircut when groomer Candice Skelton rescued the pup. Continue »

This Artist Has Made Temporary Face And Body Tattoos Of Twitter And Instagram Profiles


“Face Post” is the artist John Yuyi’s three-part series and a nod to social media via her aforementioned, now-signature transfer stickers. The stickers are reminiscent of the superhero tattoos you’d get in those packets of “cigarette” sweets, applied with a modest dunk of water but maintained the staying power of super-glue ­– it’s this use of familiar objects in a witty way that gives her work its relatability. Continue »

World’s Most Secure House: A Zombie Bunker


The Safe House, designed by Robert Konieczny from KWK Promes in Poland, is made to be the world’s most secure home. With moveable concrete walls that seal shut, making The Safe House impregnable, it’s little mystery where people is going to run when the zombie apocalypse happens. The 6100 sq. ft Safe House is encapsulated in concrete walls. The walls can be configured to the owner’s desire and once safe inside, only a security code can open the home that also has an inner safety zone. Continue »

Simple Sheets Of Paper Get Transformed Into Amusing 3D Scenes


Danish illustrator HuskMitNavn has a way with paper. He’s able to take a single sheet of paper and turn it into something truly impressive, and his style is totally unique. Continue »