This Instagram Account Collects The Saddest-Sounding Places On Earth

There’s a place named Cape Disappointment, in Washington State Park, where fog hangs in the air for 2552 hours a year. But don’t book the flight to see it for yourself just yet—there’s still Mistake Island in Maine, or Canada’s Unfortunate Cove. Continue »

“What I Be” – Powerful Portraits Of Brave People Revealing Their Insecurities

“What I Be” project is a powerful portrait series by photographer Steve Rosenfield that features individuals who have bravely opted to bear their insecurities on their bodies. Continue »

T-Rex Wedding Photo Shoot Proves Love’s Not Dead

A Spokane (Washington, US) photography company is doing its part to spread a little love and light in the world with a photo shoot posted on its website Tuesday afternoon. Greg Basil and Maria Adams Photography posted a series of 18 photos showing the engagement photos between two T-Rexes in the January snow, complete with scarves. The dinosaurs are seen holding hands at sunset, riding a bike and posing by a lake. Continue »

Real Ice Carousel Made On A Frozen Lake Using A Chainsaw In Finland

Janne Käpylehto took a chainsaw to a frozen lake in southern Finland and carved out his own ice carousel! He cut a near-perfect 40-foot circle, and then used a solar-powered outboard boat motor to power the spinning circle of ice. Continue »

Clever Half-And-Half Photos By A Couple On Opposite Sides Of The World

Becca and Dan are travelers, photographers and a couple. Dan is currently doing a year of traveling and visiting a new city every month across four continents. Becca previously spent 2.5 years in Hong Kong and China, and is currently based in New York City, traveling internationally on her own. Continue »

Napoleon’s Veterans Have Been Brought To Life In Color

Monsieur Moret, 2nd Regiment, 1814-15:

Some of the earliest photographs of veterans on Earth are a series of 15 original sepia images of members of Napoleon’s army. They were taken in their advancing years in the 1850s and keep in mind that some of these men were born in the late 1700s. Continue »

Abandoned Theme Park Where An Army Of Dismembered Dummies Lies Rotting In An Overgrown Wasteland


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Discarded in the grounds of an abandoned theme park, this mannequin graveyard is an eerie sight to behold. Spread across wasteland and surrounded by woodland, the former amusement park in Lancashire is where dozens of old mannequins – some dating back to the 1960s – have found their final resting place. Continue »

Surreal Sliding House Created By Artist Alex Chinneck

Mid-19th century house was compulsorily purchased by Thanet District Council after being empty for 11 years. Derelict four-storey Margate house will be brought back into use at the end of the year-long public art exhibition. Part of the upper floor is exposed as curving bricks, windows and a door below give the illusion that the front of the house is sliding away. Continue »

Hilarious Comics That Perfectly Sum Up Your Life As An Adult

UK-based artist Alex Norris is making comics cool again with his “Oh No” series, a gloriously awkward take on life’s realest struggles. These 3-panel wonders, uploaded to a page known as “Webcomic Name”, started appearing on Tumblr over the last summer. Continue »

Above And Beyond: The World’s Best Drone Photography 2016 Winners

Aerial photography platform SkyPixel received 27,000 entries to its 2016 competition. Here are the winning shots plus some of our favourites.


Dam near perfect. Second prize in the same category was of the Huia Dam in Auckland, New Zealand. Hong Kong-based SkyPixel was launched in 2014. (Photo by Brendon Dixon/SkyPixel) Continue »

Is This The World’s Hottest Firefighter?

A female fire fighter has built up an army of Instagram followers thanks to her good looks and fitness tips. As well as saving lives Gunn Narten, 30, from Norway, works as a personal trainer and is so strong she can even lift a fire truck. The firefighter says that people are often taken aback by her profession but it was her ambition for years. Continue »

I’mma Get Superhero Drunk: Avengers Themed Cocktails

This is a series of nine Avengers character themed cocktails from The More I Arty. They don’t really sound like the best tasting recipes, but you throw a little umbrella in the glass and I’ll drink just about anything. Add a little pirate cutlass with some fruit skewered on it and I WILL drink anything. So yeah, hit the jump to see them all, then go to the bar and order a gin & tonic like a regular person who doesn’t like the taste of gin but drinks it anyways because they hate themselves. “You’re projecting.” I know I am.

Hit it for the rest including all the drink drawings which may or may yes have been drawn six sheets to the wind. Continue »

Amazing Modern Stairs In A Medieval Tower In Denmark

Situated in Denmark, the Kalø Tower is a 700 year old historical building. While inaccessible, the architecture studio MAP created a modern spiral staircase turning the place into a superb vantage point mixing archeology and contemporary design. Continue »

The Evolution Of Batgirl Over The Past 50 Years


Image courtesy of DC Comics

For many comic book fans, Barbara Gordon has been known as the definitive version of Batgirl, one of the main superheroines of DC Comics. The character made her comics debut 50 years ago in the January 1967 issue of Detective Comics and has gone through many changes, most notably becoming paralyzed in the 1980s graphic novel The Killing Joke and eventually becoming super hacker Oracle. Batgirl had been portrayed many different times up until Barbara Gordon resumed the role in DC Comic’s relaunch in 2011. Take a look at the evolution of Batgirl, including two earlier characters who inspired Gordon’s character, in this infographic from Fun.com. Continue »

Quick Guide To Identifying Ford Pickups From 1948 To 1996

The Ford Motor Company (commonly referred to simply as Ford) is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. The company sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and most luxury cars under the Lincoln brand. Continue »