Banksy’s Art In Hotel With World’s “Worst View”

The owner of a guest house packed with the elusive artist Banksy’s work has opened the doors of his West Bank establishments to media, showcasing its unique “worst view in the world”. The hotel, several of whose rooms look onto an Israeli security watchtower, is awash in the trademark satirical work of the mysterious artist. The highlight is room number three, known as “Banksy’s Room”, where guests sleep in a king-size bed underneath Banksy’s artwork showing a Palestinian and an Israeli in a pillow fight.


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The hotel also features a presidential suite and a museum with the artist’s politically-charged work. It has the markings of a gentleman’s club from the English colonial period. The entrance to one small niche accommodates a life-size figure of Arthur James Balfour signing his 1917 letter that came to be known as the Balfour declaration, and was the basis for the international push for the creation of Israel. The cheapest rooms were available from $30 a night. The nine-room hotel named “The Walled Off Hotel” will officially open on March 11. Continue »

Outside Van Valhalla 4×4 Camper

Travel off the grid and into the wilderness in style with a reliable custom-made all-in-one camper van from Outside Van. Each van is based off the powerful Mercedes Sprinter, hosting the ability to house multiple individuals on a cross-country excursion through America’s winding rural roads. Continue »

Streetwear Illustrations Dive Into A Dystopian World Of Demon Hunters

A mashup of traditional Japanese ghost symbology, hip-hop retro-futurism, and urban street couture finds its way in the illustrations of 199hates. The Argentina-based visual artist, a.k.a., Mau Lencinas, focuses on illustrations, character designs, and 2D animations. An avid watcher of 90s Japanese TV shows, Lencinas began to draw early on in his childhood. Now, mostly inspired by Akira creator Katsuhiro Otomo and the urban style of our nascent neo-modern era, 199hates creates a series of demonic gangsters bearing kanji symbols, and crews of demon hunters adapted from Japanese traditional folklore. Continue »

Actor Tom Lenk Recreates Celebrity Outfits Using Stuff He Finds At Home

Just because you’re not an A-list celebrity doesn’t mean you can’t look like one.

Former “Buffy the Vampire” star, Tom Lenk has taken to Instagram to prove just that… kind of. The 39-year-old actor and comedian, who played bad boy Andrew Wells in the teen drama, in the 10-plus years since wrapping “Buffy” has developed a new hobby, namely a photo series he’s titled “Lenk Lewks For Less.” Tom shares his spot-on-creations almost daily and keeps on proving that anyone can rock red carpet style. Continue »

Intricate Fruit & Vegetable Carvings By Japanese Artist Gaku

Japan has a rich tradition of food carving called mukimono. If you’ve ever eaten at a fancy restaurant in Japan you might have found a carrot carved into a bunny, garnishing your plate. But in the hands of Japanese artist Gaku, the art of fruit and vegetable carving is elevated to a new realm of edible creations. Continue »

Artist Sanesparza Creates Funny Comics That Explain How To Do Things

Every human being should have an idea for to do homework or to be romantic etc. Well, after going through this list you will have knowledge of all these things. Sanesparza is a comic artist who explains how things are done in a fun, cute and an overall entertaining way. These series of comics named as ‘how-to’ that will teach you how you do things with a hilarious twist. Continue »

Extraordinary Vintage Celebrity Portraits Taken By Francesco Scavullo

Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Liza Minnelli, Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Catherine Deneuve, and more… Some say that there was not a single star in the latter half of the 20th century who wasn’t photographed by Francesco Scavullo. For more than six decades, the legendary fashion and celebrity photographer reigned as one of America’s greatest image-makers. Continue »

Abstract Seinfeld Oil Paintings Are Perfect For Any Man Cave

If you’re looking to add something special to your man cave then you might want to think about getting one of these abstract Seinfeld paintings. Artist Morgan Blair is obsessed with the show and she’s found a way to turn her passion into art. Continue »

Stunning Photos Of Cappadocia, Turkey That Will Take Your Breath Away

A photographer has shared a series of images highlighting the vibrant beauty of the famous hot air balloons commonly seen in Cappadocia, Turkey.

The images were taken by Kristina Makeeva (previously featured on DYT), a 29-year old photographer from Moscow, and show the balloons flying over the picturesque landscapes and valleys of the region. Known as one of the most popular places in the world for balloon rides, attracting enthusiasts and travellers year round for the experience, Cappadocia features spectacular surrealistic landscapes and breath-taking views, making it a dream destination for photographers. Continue »

Daisy, The Cutest Kitten In The World

Daisy lives in Japan and she’s probably the cutest kitten in the world. Here’s some pictures of her, photographed by her owner Ben Terode. Continue »

An Artist Sculpted Hunter S. Thompson’s ‘Fear And Loathing’ Head And It’s Too Much, Man

Twice the size of a human head, with a twisted neck and glasses reflective of a world on speed, it’s a strange bust in an oversized hat—and that doesn’t even begin to broach its subject. Holding his cigarette between his teeth, visual effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick’s oversized bust of Raoul Duke, Johnny Depp’s caricature of Hunter S. Thompson’s hero in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, is a mind-melting sculptural feat. Continue »

Apparel Custom-Printed With Scalable City Maps

Taking customized couture to the streets, Monochome allows you to turn any urban grid at a scale of your choice into a unique tank top, t-shirt, flare or pencil skirt. Using OpenStreetMap, the company lets you select between a black-on-white figure/ground representation or more traditionally-gridded white-on-black map. Continue »

The Traditional Rwandan Hairstyle: The Most Unique And Creative Hairstyle From The 1920

The Amasunzu traditional hairstyle is hands down one of the most creative ever. Still being worn today, it was and still is a symbol of pride in Rwanda. The Amasunzu hairstyle represented different roles and stages in life of women and men. When warriors wore the style, it symbolized strength and bravery. Worn by women, it usually marked marital status and virginity. Young woman wore it before they were married. After marriage, some women let their hair grow freely. Continue »

Beautiful Drone Photography Over South Australia By Mr Bo

Mr Bo aka SA from Above is a talented young photographer based in South Australia, who uses drone to capture vibrant and stunning aerial photos. “My quest for seeking extraordinary captures has driven me to devise and explore extraordinary means to view the object from a unique angle,” he says. SA from Above plans his trips using Google Maps and Earth, he likes to shoot textures, symmetry, lines and patterns in the environment. Continue »

Nocturnal Emission To Mars With This Wild Sci-Fi NSFW Erotica

Digital photographer Jeffery Scott is one such artist exploring post-humanism in a world following a singularity. Whereas computational artist crashoverrrride (Aron Johnson) does this with warped 3D artworks made in Cinema 4D, Scott combines staged digital photography and laborious Photoshop manipulation to create his human 2.0 works, which blend science fiction, surrealism, and erotica into a style that is all his own. Continue »