This Modular Spiral Staircase Wraps Trees For Climbing

CanopyStair is a modular system of steps that can be attached without tools to form a spiral staircase around a tree trunk, allowing one to walk up into the canopy above. Lightweight and quick to assemble, the CanopyStair has been carefully designed not to damage or mark the tree in any way. Continue »

Here’s A 3D Animal Print Underwear With Ears!

Boing Boing just hipped me to these unusual women’s animal-themed underwear with ears! They’re adorable in an odd sort of way. I’m not sure they’d be everyday underwear. They come in a variety of different animals such as cats, foxes, pigs, raccoons and squirrels. Continue »

Fox Village In Japan Is Probably The Cutest Place On Earth


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This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not domesticated, they are cautioned against hand-feeding them or bringing small children. Continue »

If You Are A Bunny Contemplating Suicide – This Is The Book For You

Featured below are some of the best examples from Andy Riley’s hilariously dark and twisted cartoon series about suicidal bunnies. Enjoy! Continue »

Awkward Metal Band Photos

Rock stars are supposed to be charismatic. The gig requires being able to a) get up in front of people and perform convincingly, b) create compelling songs that evoke emotions, c) have a sense of style your fans would want to emulate, and, of course, d) be sexy. That’s a lot of requirements, and some bands understandably fall a bit short. Today we’re celebrating metal band awkwardness. Get ready to bang your head…against the wall in disbelief that someone thought these photos were a good idea. Continue »

These Trippy Collages Got Phillip Kremer Kicked Off Of Social Media

Endlessly entertaining, often hilarious collages of celebrities, politicians, and ordinary people are at the crux of artist Phillip Kremer’s infamy. He makes art that is as interesting as the stories behind his creations. After hosting his first art show in the bathroom of a dive bar 20 years after his final art class in high school, Kremer found new excitement in making art once again. The series of collages started from Google searches of “blank face” when Kremer couldn’t find anything. Continue »

A Minimal, Multi-Colored Keyboard That Would Brighten Up Your Work Day

Considering that many of us use our computer keyboards all day, every day, it seems that we do not pay very much attention to them—however, if they look as awesome as these rainbow-colored ones from CandyKeys, clicking away at the work desk would be so much more pleasant. Created in partnership with Reddit user u/PVgummiand—who posted an image of the multi-colored onto the website a while ago—the ‘DSA Candy’ is actually a set of keycaps that are meant to be used with a mechanical keyboard. Continue »

Glass Memorials That Contain The Ashes Of The Dead

Artful Ashes is a company that’s found a new and creative way to store the ashes of your loved ones. They don’t just places the ashes in an urn, they turn them into art. Continue »

Photographer Captures Unique Photos Of Horses From The Underbelly

Majestic, charming and at times, aggressive; horses are the subject of Andrius Burba’s newest project ‘Under-Horse’. The Lithuanian photographer and his team described it as a back-breaking process. It involved digging a hole of three meters into the ground, placing a huge pane of ultra-strong glass on top of the camera and setting up heavy equipment surrounding the makeshift studio. The four-legged models even had to wear rubber horseshoes to avoid scratching the glass. Continue »

Drone Distortions: Manipulated Landscapes Warp And Bend Upon Themselves

Gazing at any one of these stretched-out, gravity-defying landscape photos, you feel like you’re at the pinnacle of a rollercoaster, about to zoom down to ground level. Except instead of being elevated on an artificial track, you’re on flat ground, positioned at the high end of a nearly 90-degree angle with no care for gravity. Turkish artist Aydin Büyüktas (previously featured) warps American landscapes, nearly doubling them in half to show multiple perspectives at once. Continue »

Book Of Shadows: 2D Shape Cutouts Cast Silhouettes On Pages

A children’s book with an interactive twist, Motion Silhouette engages readers through pop-up pieces that require lighting to animate shadow pictures on each page. The idea is to add elements of manual animation that are necessarily subjective – each person will hold, turn and highlight the cutouts in different ways. Continue »

Before The Dirt: The Cars Of Mad Max Fury Road

A selection of the seventy five cars, trucks and bikes photographed over three weeks prior to the filming of Mad Max Fury Road. Continue »

Artist Tries To Paint The Life Inside The Stone

To most people stones are nothing special. But this artist claims that they can sense the life inside of a stone and they try to bring it out by painting it. Continue »

DIY Steampunk Trailer Fit For Travelling The World In 80 Days

For some of us, DIY means hanging up a few picture frames at the weekend, or giving the garden shed a new lick of paint. For Dave Moult of Malmesbury in Wiltshire, England, DIY means building a teardrop trailer from scratch that Jules Verne would have been jealous of… Continue »

Abushe, An African Child With Plastic Eyes


Eric Lafforgue

Abushe lives in southern Ethiopia. No one would pay any attention to him, but if you catch a glimpse of his eyes, their incredible magnetic colour will stop you in your tracks. Abushe suffers from the Waardenburg syndrome. One of the characteristics of this syndrome is an abnormal spacing between the eyes but mainly a special pigmentation of the irises. This phenomenon is rare. Its effects are obviously striking on a child with black skin like the little Ethiopian. Continue »