This Jewelry Is Inspired By Architectural Floor Plans

QUPA, a design company founded by Eleni Kouineli and Stefanos Papadatos, have created CROQUIS, a collection of modern jewelry inspired by the architectural floor plans of famous buildings from all over the world. Using methods of classic molding, laser cutting, and 3D printing, these delicate jewelry pieces are extremely unique. Let’s have a look at some of their designs. Continue »

Street Artist Greg Suits Turns An Abandoned Building Into A Giant Skull


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The street artist Greg Suits, aka Suitswon, transformed an abandoned building into a giant skull, perfectly using the gaping holes of the half-collapsed wall. An excellent creation located in New York, in the district of Greenpoint. Continue »

Cats And Pop Culture – The Lovely Earrings By Catmadecom

When cats meet pop culture, an adorable collection of earrings created by the young Russian designer Rita, aka Catmadecom. From Pokemon to David Bowie through Adventure Time, Totoro or Sailor Moon, Rita transforms her cats into pretty creations. Continue »

Overdrive Magazine: Voice Of The American Trucker In The 1970s

In the 1950s, American kids idolized cowboys – in the 1970s it was truckers. There was an endless supply of movies painting truckers as anti-establishment heroes of the highway (Convoy, Breaker Breaker, Smokey & the Bandit, etc.), and God-knows their tool of the trade, the CB radio, was the coolest thing ever. Truckers were seen as rebels, interstate outlaws, cowboys of the open road who didn’t answer to “the man”… but the public’s fascination waned by the early 1980s.

So, let’s have a look at the start of the Golden Age of the trucker in the covers and pages of the 1972-1973 issues Overdrive Magazine: The Voice of the American Trucker. Continue »

Life Isn’t Black And White: Chinese Students Send Message With Creative Graduation Pose

A group of students from the School of Design at the University of South China took a series of striking graduation photos in self-made panda hats in Xiangyang city, Hunan Province on June 8, 2017. Continue »

Hilariously Misleading Things That Will Make You Look Twice

Pretty much everyone has experienced the phenomenon of seeing things that aren’t really there. This type of illusion is called ‘pareidolia’, and it tricks our brains into perceiving familiar shapes in the strangest of places. Continue »

These Korean Bubble Face Masks Can Get Hilariously Out Of Control


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There’s usually a bit of a learning curve with innovative beauty products. Nobody just arrives in the world knowing what to do with brow wigs, yellow blush, or whatever this intense hair extension contraption is. But sheet masks, which first emerged in the Asian beauty market, are old news by now. Unless you’re dealing with a runaway bubble mask that threatens to take over your entire face. Continue »

Male Pin-Ups By Paul Richmond

Utilizing a multitude of artistic methodologies, Paul Richmond’s work explores themes of personal narrative and social commentary, sometimes addressing unique experiences of the GLBTQ community or the universal themes of self-realization and empowerment. Continue »

Honest Illustration Of The Contradictory Nature Of People And Society By Sako Asko

Great artists are always messengers of truth. They may not speak through verbal language, or even the written word. But through their personal creativity, they are able to communicate deeper thoughts, and feelings, that conventional language often times cannot. And they do this in such a way that their chosen form of expression comes to be known invariably as art.

Colombian illustrator Sako Asko creates surreal images imbued with hidden meaning. At first glance, the illustrations look innocent enough, until you look a little closer. Continue »

Artist Daniel Liév Portrays Ambiguity And Irony In His Awesome Artwork

Colombian designer and illustrator Daniel Liév has created this series of illustrations which focus on irony and ambiguity. He believes that illustration is an incredible art form as it speaks to the viewer on so many different levels. Continue »

The Urban Herons Of Amsterdam

Over the years a large population of grey herons have made an unlikely home in urban Amsterdam. Julie Hrudova documents how the birds integrate into city life.


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Grey herons have taken up residency in Amsterdam in recent decades, and are often seen at markets hoping to catch some fish or chicken. Continue »

Artist Turn Original Russian GAZ-22 “Volga” Into The Stunning Lowrider Concept Car

I just could not pass up the great renderings of the GAZ-22 Lowrider. The author of these spectacular pictures — Mr. Dicks. Creative idea behind the project — “turn classic Russian Volga with the spirit of early-bombs and a touch of Russian folk art.” Continue »

“A Better America” – Nostalgic Color Photos Document Beautiful Life Of Florida In The 1950s

These wonderful photos documented everyday life of Florida in the 1950s. Cities include Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg, Winter Haven, Daytona Beach. Continue »

“It Commands Respect Wherever It Travels!” – Cadillac Ads In The 1960s

In 1961, Frank Kelly Freas, best-known for his science-fiction artwork, created this parody advertisement for Cadillac Jewelry, which was supposed to “let the whole world know you own that fabulous status-symbol.” Continue »

Now You Could Rent A Cowboy Boot-Shaped House In Huntsville, TX

This uniquely shaped house located in Huntsville, TX, is currently available for rent and it just might be the home of any cowboy or cowgirl’s dreams. Designed by artist and builder Dan Phillips of the Phoenix Commotion, the shoe-shaped abode features a more conventionally-shaped annex too. Continue »