MINI Roadtrip Doodle: 7 Day Road Trip Across 5 Countries, 12 European Cities, 2,452km, 1 Plane, 2 Cars, 3 Boats, 5 People

According to the artist Steve Simpson: “The idea of road trip with a classic white mini and a bag of sharpies sounded like the trip of a lifetime and it was. But there was a huge amount of prep work involved too. We had the car covered in a matt white vinyl so it was possible to rough out in pencil.” Continue »

Stunning Digital Animalistic Artworks By Dániel Taylor

Hungarian graphic designer Dániel Taylor playfully merges double exposure with collages and illustration. His designs take you on a trip through time and space, into the depths of forests and the realms of our galaxy in search of natural beauty. Continue »

Meet The Italian Artists Inking Museum-Worthy Tattoos

Tattoos may be more socially acceptable than they once were, but a nice sleeve hasn’t yet become a marker of taste and refinement quite like, say, a collection of art on your wall. Continue »

Polish Photographer Ewelina Zych Proves You’re Not A Real Photographer In Slavic Country If You Don’t Have A Rural Photo-Shoot

We know we had at least dozen articles about Slavic folklore photo shoots, but since many of you like to see them for various reasons like seeing slavic beauties in wonderful ethnic dresses or you just enjoy good photography art. So another one comes from Poland and this one was made by Polish photographer and stylist Ewelina Zych. Continue »

Meet Diandra Forrest, Stunning Albino African American Model

This green-eyed blonde with African features made a splash in the fashion world. According to critics, Diandra Forrest has an absolute beauty, and her story – contemporary Cinderella’s story. Continue »

A Midnight Walk Through The Neon-Hued Streets Of Asian Cities By Marcus Wendt

While on a recent trip through Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Seoul, London-based photographer Marcus Wendt found himself suffering from a bout of jetlag induced insomnia and ended up wandering the streets of several cities late at night. Continue »

Japanese Company Releases Line Of ‘Crotch Charms’ For Women To Dangle From Their Swimsuits Between Their Legs

A Japanese company is selling what might be one of the most uncomfortable and impracticable pieces of jewelry ever dreamed up. Continue »

Comedian Is Covering California In Fake Flyers And They’re Brilliant

Bolivian stand-up comedian Jason C. Saenz is going around putting up fake posters all over California. Why? For the lulz. Continue »

Hilarious NSFW Coloring Book Corruptions To Ruin Your Childhood Fun

Childhood activities just aren’t the same once your adult mind has been corrupted by the harshness of the real world. Continue »

Mullet: The Badass Hairstyle Of The 1970s, 1980s And Early 1990s

The mullet is a hairstyle that is short at the front and sides and long in the back. Mullets were used by rock stars Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Andy Mackay of Roxy Music, and Paul McCartney as far back as the early 1970s. Continue »

The Seoul-Based Pastry Chef Creates Buttercream Floral Cakes That Look Too Beautiful To Eat

Atelier Soo, the Seoul-based pastry chef delicately sculpts edible floral bouquets that look truly too pretty to eat. With beautiful petals and exquisite arrangements, all of her creations look so much like flower bouquets, you could barely even tell they’re actually buttercream cakes. Keep on scrolling to check them out and don’t forget to vote for your favorites. Continue »

The Superb Sci-Fi Themed Works Of Su Jian

The superb science fiction and fantasy themed works of Su Jian, a super talented concept designer and digital artist based in China. Continue »

Wonderful Digital Fantasy Paintings By Svetlana Tigai

Svetlana Tigai aka Tsvetka is a talented digital artist based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Below, you may scroll through several creative artworks selected from her stunning digital portfolio. Continue »

When Eight-Year-Olds Worked The Streets: Lewis Hine’s Beautiful Vintage Portraits Of Young Workers In America

Western Union messenger, Providence, Rhode Island, 1912. The young boy was nicknamed ‘Speed’

Working as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee, Lewis Hine documented the working and living conditions of children in American cities between 1908 and 1924 Continue »

Nature Takes Back Its Rights With The Vegetal Objects Of Camille Kachani

With her amazing vegetal objects, where the wood used returns to life, Brazilian artist and designer Camille Kachani imagines a world where nature takes back its rights. This series of furniture and everyday objects questions poetically our use of nature by asking a simple question: does nature really belong to us? Continue »