When Pin-Ups Meet Harry Potter Cosplay


Ginny Di/Josh Randall

In this creative photoshoot, Ginny Di pays tribute to Gil Elvgren’s iconic pin-up art and Harry Potter in one fell swoop. Shot with the same pose and backdrop as iconic pin-up pieces, these mashups are perfectly spell-binding. Ginny Di is a well-known cosplayer who runs a Facebook page full of her awesome creations. She makes costumes for everything from Disney to Game of Thrones and Harry Potter. Continue »

A Giant Statue From Old Trash Movies Is Now Rests In Someone’s Backyard

Acccording to a Tumblr user trulyunpleasant: “This statue is a couple miles from where I live, just sitting in someones backyard. It was in two crappy Atlantis sword-and-sandal movies back in the 50′s/60′s. Then it sat on top of a bar (or club) for a few years, and then someone bought it for their house.” Continue »

This Birdhouse Inspired Side Table Is Designed For Reading

Designed with multi-functionality in mind, the Birdhouse Cabinet by Lianne Siebring of Siebring & Zoetmulder Design Products, is a light fixture, book marker, and storage solution all in one simple furniture piece. Continue »

The Story Of David Glasheen, A Real Life Robinson Crusoe


David Glasheen and Quasi © Brian Cassey

David Glasheen is a 70-year-old former businessman from Sydney’s North Shore who traded in his suit for a loincloth after losing most of his money in the stock market crash of 1987. He first visited Restoration Island in 1993, he acquired an interest in the island with his remaining money in 1994, and moved there permanently in 1997 with his girlfriend. But with no hot water, a bath or the mod cons she found it tough and left to return to the city. Since then he has upgraded accommodation on the island, and has lived there happily with his dog Quasi. Continue »

Photographer Michael Lee Captures London Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Michael Lee is a talented photographer, painter and artist based in London, UK. Michael received his MA in Fine Art from Middlesex University London. He shoots stunning abstract and hdr street photography. Continue »

This Solar-Powered Ecocapsule Lets You Live Off-The-Grid Anywhere In The World

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If your fantasy is to live totally off-the-grid anywhere around the world, that dream just got one step closer to reality. Continue »

A Wearable ‘Shark Man’ Suit Lets You Build Your Own Private Space Anywhere

Conceived by product designer Yang Zhao, ‘SharkMan’ is a hybrid wearable furniture that lets you have your own private space anywhere. Designed to look like a shark’s fin, its shape can be altered to fit the user’s needs. For example, it can be opened if the user is on a laptop, or folded shut if the user decides to lie down to take a nap. Continue »

Use This Paper Roll Holder To Create A Fun Place To Write Lists Or Sketch Ideas

Minimalist, functional, and built to last, the Studio Roller, designed by New Zealand-based lifestyle company George & Willy, was originally built to accommodate a roll of butcher’s paper they found in their grandfather’s old boat shed. However, the simplicity of the design and the functionality it adds to interiors caught the eyes of many and it’s quickly become a staple in cafes, restaurant, offices, and homes. Continue »

The 1964 Dodge Power Wagon Crew Cab By Icon

Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks, the latest gem to roll out of their workshop is this spectacular 1964 Power Wagon Crew Cab. Jonathan Ward, founder of ICON, and his team, worked their magic on this one-of-a-kind based off a Dodge MegaCab 4×4, equipping it with a Magnuson supercharger, a Kore-Fox Racing suspension and a Gibson exhaust coated in stainless steel. Inside you´ll find the beautiful seats adorned by premium leather, and all the modern high-tech upgrades including an iPad mini with Retina display, speakers from Focal and, amps by JL Audio. Continue »

Fantastic Nightscapes Of Finland By Mika Suutari

Mika Suutari is a talented self-taught photographer from Helsinki who currently lives and works in Nurmijärvi, Southern Finland. Mika focuses on landscaping, she shoots a lot of powerful and atmospheric nature photography. Suutari uses Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera and Photoshop. Continue »

Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives


Patrick Landmann/Cairo Museum/Getty Images

Seqenenre Tao II, (also called Sekenenra Taa) at Cairo Museum, Egypt. The pharaoh of the 17th dynasty was killed on the field of battle. The image shows the marks from the axe blow and the two spear thrusts that brought about his death. Continue »

HUS-1 – The Ultra Tiny House Of Your Dreams

Over the past few weeks we have seen a massive popularity spike in “small space” architecture and design. It seems that design and architecture firms are starting to really think outside the box, creating projects that are targeted toward the minimalist consumer. Continue »

Russian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Stunning, Breathtaking Images

Margarita Kareva picked up her camera five years ago. Today, the Russian photographer has turned her passion into her profession. She’s transformed her love for reading and fantasy into striking, whimsical images that will transport you into a different realm. Continue »

Where Have All Your Dreams Gone: Magical Photography By Joel Robison

“Hi! I’m Joel, I live in a valley in British Columbia’s Rocky Mountains, as close to the forest as I could possibly be! I love to run, bike, jump, eat and create and I hope that you enjoy my work as much as I enjoy creating it!” – Joel Robison. Continue »

Little Polish Village Where Every House Is Covered In Colorful Flower Paintings


House of Painters in Zalipie

Once upon a time, in a small Polish village called Zalipie, somebody painted a flower on their ceiling in order to cover up a soot mark caused by the stove. Ventilation was poor back then, and soot stains were a common sight in most if not all of the houses, and so other people started concealing the marks with their own little flowers until every house was covered in them. Continue »