Toilet Timer: The Anatomically Significant Sand Timer For Procrastinators

Adam Stephey and Elliot Worth from Normal, IL have one helpful tip to improve your life: spend less time doing your (ahem) “business” in the bathroom. That’s why they created a product called the Toilet Timer. Continue »

The Explosive And Twisted Illustrations By Mike Hughes

A selection of colorful and explosive illustrations by Mike Hughes, a Scottish artist based in Edinburgh who has collaborated with many famous brands, revealing here a trashy and twisted universe that mixes junk food, skateboarding and pop culture. Continue »

Stunning Digital Surreal Art By Mikhail Batrak

Mikhail Batrak is a Ukrainian artist whose work examines the relationship between perception, Surrealism and empiricism. Continue »

A Look Back At Playboy Bunny Girls


Two Bunny Girls from the Playboy Club and two Penthouse Pets from the Penthouse Club prepare to take part in the annual Good Friday waiters and waitresses race in Battersea Festival Gardens, London, 28th March 1972. (Photo by Ian Showell/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Continue »

Japanese Artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi Creates Fantastic Layered Drawings

The passage of time affects everybody but rarely do we reflect on what this means. Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi created a series of artwork which does exactly that. Continue »

Artist Gianluca Gimini Reinterprets Vintage Italian Brands As Sneakers

How do you preserve historical visual culture in an endless sea of new imagery? How can you interest newer generations in older design? Italian designer Gianluca Gimini believes the solution is footwear. Yes, you read that right: Gimini’s project Sneakered is an effort to preserve and promote Italian designs by transposing vintage product packaging onto contemporary shoes. Continue »

The Fantastically Sculptural Architecture Of Cyril Lancelin

Fantasy homes require architects with imagination and daring, qualities which French architect Cyril Lancelin clearly has in abundance. Continue »

Beautiful Australian Landscape Oil Paintings By Graham Gercken

Graham Gercken is an award winning Australian landscape painting artist who was born in 1960. He is a self-taught artist who loves to paint with oil paint. Continue »

More Than 4,000 Photographs From The D-Day Invasion Of Normandy Are Now Available Online

The Flickr account PhotosNormandie has just posted more than 4300 photos of the Normandy Landings of June 6, 1944, this decisive date of the WWII. Continue »

Stylish Vintage Photos From The Stock Photography Agencies In The 1970s

If you think that the photographs from the current image banks are kitsch, wait to discover the pictures of the image banks in the 1970s. Continue »

Dive In And Join The Chaos – If You Can Find Any Water Left In These Crowded Swimming Pools


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Extraordinary pictures show thousands of holidaymakers with rubber rings packed into water parks to cool off in China’s deadly 50C heatwave. Hundreds of swimmers bobbing in colourful rubber rings compete for space in chaotic scenes at a pool in Nanchang City in east China’s Jiangxi province. Continue »

Meet Light Ragaz, A Spectacular 3D Projection Onto Natural Environment

The multimedia event Light Ragaz uses cutting-edge technology to project 3D effects onto the structures and formations of the rocks of the Tamina Gorge with millimeter precision. Continue »

History Of Apple: All The Apple Products From 1976 To 2017 In A Single Poster

The Insanely Great History of Apple has just been updated, bringing together all the Apple products from 1976 to 2017 in a single poster. Continue »

When A Glimpse Of Stocking Was Something Shocking: Vintage NSFW Postcards Of 1920’s Flappers

Before the First World War, postcards were the Twitter of the day. They were used to share personal news, arrange appointments, or pass on messages of love—though thankfully, there was very little of the trolling we all have to endure today. Continue »

Chinese Village Turns Artsy With Murals

How do you turn an unassuming village into a tourist site? By giving it a fresh coat of paint, just like what this village in the city of Huizhou in south China’s Guangdong Province did. Continue »