Artist Creates Beautiful Mashups Between Her Eyes And Animals

According to an artist Flora Borsi: “The photoshoot was done in 1 hour, I just made pictures of myself with the matching hairstyle and makeup, and then matched with the photos of each animal. The manipulation took me up to 20 hours for each. “Animeyed” previously appeared on many social media platforms, but now it’s an extended version with additional images.” Continue »

NASA Just Released Some Absolutely Spectacular New Photos Of Jupiter


NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gabriel Fiset

The stunning, enhanced-color image above, featured in a news release by NASA, is based on a photo of Jupiter’s south pole captured by the Juno spacecraft on December 11th, 2016. Juno’s citizen science camera has been snapping glorious images of the gas giant ever since it arrived in orbit around Jupiter last July. The images are then released to the public, which has been turning them into even more magnificent works of space art. Continue »

Photographer Andrei Mihai Captures The Little Ballerina Levitating On The Streets Of Bucharest

Andrei Mihai (previously featured) is a talented self-taught photographer currently based in Bucharest, Romania. Andrei focuses on portraiture, street, wedding and ballet photography. He started takin photos in 2012. For his latest series Mihai captured amazing photos of Anca Berteanu in different urban areas. Continue »

Australian Photographer Put A Giant Mirror In A Salt Flat

Since 2003, Australian photographer Murray Fredericks has made at least twenty journeys to the center of Lake Eyre, a desert lake with an extremely high concentration of salt. Fredericks drags all of his equipment out into the barren landscape, capturing the dramatic sky reflected in both the inch-deep water and his rectangular mirror. The images are breathtaking color-based works, my favorites featuring a double horizon locked within the mirror and the water below. Continue »

Russian Suicide Girls Make The Weirdest But Pleasant NSFW Photo-Shoots That You Should Check Out

Russian “Suicide Girls” from the Neverporn community made a photo-shoot. Yeah it is “Not safe for work” and you should’ve probably clicked something else, but since you are here now you could at least check it out.

Most of this stuff is teenage-gothic emotional girls expressing themselves thought some pretty weird photo-shoots that you either will like or hate. Continue »

Bear Smells Brownies — And Does Whatever It Takes To Get Some

A Connecticut woman was in her kitchen baking brownies when she heard a thump against her screen door — and turned around to find a very unexpected visitor trying to get in. A young bear was standing on her porch, peering through the glass, hoping to be invited inside. The bear probably smelled the brownies being prepared and decided to see if the woman might be willing to share some with him. Continue »

Glitter Boobs Are Here To Outshine Your Puny Glitter Buns

Everyone’s favorite body art Instagram is raising the stakes once again. You may remember The Gypsy Shrine for their “glitter butts” trend, well they’ve perked up for another amazing trend.

What do you get when you take something I already can’t stop staring at and add glitter to it? Yeah, you stopped reading again… Continue »

Extraordinary Black And White Portraits Of Celebrities Taken By Irving Penn

Isabella Rossellini

Best known for his fashion photography, Penn’s repertoire also includes portraits of creative greats; ethnographic photographs from around the world; Modernist still lifes of food, bones, bottles, metal, and found objects; and photographic travel essays. Continue »

Photographer Elsa Bleda Captures Istanbul In Neon Colors, Foggy And Cinematic Nightscapes

Elsa Bleda is a multi-talented 28-year-old artist, photographer, art director and actress who was born in France and currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. As a stranger in the night, she explores the cities she calls home, shedding a light on the abandoned nightscapes she encounters. Bleda has a unique aesthetic that is both cinematic and dystopian. Continue »

The Hand-Painted Scenes of The Original Star Wars Trilogy That Made Us Believe It Was Real


Ralph McQuarrie

Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) used matte paintings to create the Rebel hangar in Return of The Jedi. Models also played apart. But it’s the artwork that stands out. Nowadays, photorealistic CGI is the default technology for special effects, but in the 70s and 80s, background sets in movies were hand-painted.

These matte paintings were created by Chris Evans, Mike Pangrazio, Frank Ordaz, Harrison Ellenshaw, and Ralph McQuarrie. Continue »

Six Large Wood Giants Are Now Hiding Out In A Forest Near Copenhagen

Artist Thomas Dambo has brought to life a new project: “The 6 Forgotten Giants.” The project consists of six large hidden sculptures, made from various types of recycled wood, with the help of local volunteers in Copenhagen. The recycled wood used for the breathtaking giants varies from scrap wood, to cut offs from old trees, to buildings that have been torn down. Continue »

These Quirky Mini Bikes Are Actually Stands For Larger Bikes

Japanese designer Yuma Kano has created a fun and quirky bike stand for Nemoto Shipyard, that stands out and is shaped like a mini bicycle. Named On Bicycle Stand, it was designed as a way to solve the problem of bikes being randomly placed on streets, sidewalks and in parking lots. Not only are they stands, but they are a simple visual sign that bikes can be stored in that area and when not in use, they become a tiny art installation. Continue »

The Mudmen Of The Western Highlands – The Terrifying Tribe From A Remote Part Of Papua New Guinea


Jeremy Hunter/Exclusivepix Media

Papua New Guinea is a land of Wig-Schools, Wig-Teachers and WigMen, impenetrable rain-forests, sweet potatoes and pigs. A land of the Cus-Cus, the Cassowary and thirty-eight species of Birds of Paradise. A land without sheep, goats, cows or milk. Continue »

The Most Ridiculous Products People Have Made From IKEA Bags

IKEA is a staple of pop culture. Absolutely everyone has visited the flat-pack mega-retailer at some point, whether it’s to kit out their new home, buy a few plates or just sample the store’s Swedish meatballs.


Tailor-made mask by @zhijunwang

No IKEA product is more iconic than the 99-cent FRAKTA bag, an extra-large, extra-sturdy Polypropylene tote that thousands of the store’s customers use to stash their purchases.

Here’s some of the best (and most ridiculous) IKEA-meets-fashion mashups out there, courtesy of these innovative young creatives. Continue »

Horrifyingly Detailed NSFW Images Of Surgical Procedures From The Early 1800s

Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery began what would equate to his life’s work, Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine operatoire or The Complete Treatise or the Anatomy of Man Including Operative Medicine in 1830. A series of eight books in total, Bourgery would complete the final publication just before he died in 1849. The massive 2108-page work would finally be published in its entirety in 1853. Continue »