A Collection of Medieval Marginalia that Have Been Turned Into Memes

Marginalia are drawings (often very frivolous!) that medieval monks left in the margins of manuscripts. Thanks to this little liberty, there is now such a phenomenon as “medieval memes.” Continue reading »

Story of My F*cking Life: A Journal for Banishing the Bullsh*t, Unlocking Your Creativity, and Celebrating the Absurdity of Life

Congratulations! You have discovered a self-care tool that’s more than a social media prop in Story of My F*cking Life, a bibliophile’s journal from the viral Instagram sensation @storyofmyfuckinglife. Continue reading »

Finally, The 2022 Chicken Daddies Calendar Is Here!

Introducing Chicken Daddies, the best calendar you could possibly get for 2022. Seriously. You can get the Classy Version where the Chicken Daddies dress in their traditional dresses and pose as beautifully as possible or you can get a Daisy Dukes Edition! You know, if you like a little more… skin. Continue reading »

Alexander Calder’s Iconic Flying Colors Series for Braniff Airlines in the 1970s

In the early 1973, Braniff Airlines commissioned Alexander Calder to paint one of their aircrafts to celebrate twenty-five years of travel to South America. Continue reading »

How Do the Inhabitants of Hell Fare? Sant V. Schreiber’s Infernal Portraits of Demons

The artist Sant V. Schreiber has found his thing and follows his guideline clearly: he paints portraits of demons. Sometimes as if they were customers and intend to look as imposing as possible in the picture. Continue reading »

Grimes, Rita Ora & Iggy Pop: The First Look On The Pirelli’s 2022 ‘On The Road’ Calendar

Rita Ora

Bryan Adams/Pirelli

Packaged in a vinyl LP slipcase and featuring shots from Canadian musician and photographer Bryan Adams, the 2022 Pirelli Calendar, “On The Road,” is both a celebration of music and a return to tradition. Pirelli, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary, presented its 48th calendar in a digital event Nov. 29. Continue reading »

This Man Has a Damn Creepy Collection of Anatomical Exhibits

The owner of the Scioddities Instagram channel is very fond of people. Most of them disemboweled or spiked. He has managed to amass a large and truly frightening collection of rarities. Continue reading »

Shai-Hulud and Dream Worlds: Fantasy Illustrations by Marc Simonetti

Marc Simonetti is a French artist who draws fantastically detailed worlds. His work includes illustrations of book classics by George Martin, Frank Herbert, Terry Pratchett, and other other cool writers. Continue reading »

Beautiful and Frightening: Mako Vice’s Bizarre Drawn Girls

Mako Vice is an artist, mangaka, and member of the creative association Gainen15. On her social networks Mako posts pictures with graceful but very specific ladies suffering from various mystical afflictions. One has worm-like fingers growing through her skin, the other one rips her face off and stuff like that. It’s grim, but classy. Continue reading »

The Many Faces of the Tiger: Funny Drawings by Bu2ma

Bu2ma (Bu-Er-Ma) is an artist from Beijing and a fan of fat cats. His favorite character is a fat tiger who, due to his feline tendencies, does all sorts of naughty things, but at the same time is charming and pleasant from all sides. Continue reading »

Jail Feet’s Tattooed Feet

It is not known who exactly runs Jail Feet’s instagram account. It could be an Afghan war veteran, a housewife from Michigan, or even a Russian student hiding from the military draft – given the current level of photo processing technology, none of the options can be discarded. Continue reading »

Iranian Architect Creates Impressive Futuristic Architectural Scetches

The Iranian architect on his Instagram account @daavar.znb publishes futuristic architectural sketches of his projects. Continue reading »

The Superb Dystopian Collages by Sam Lubicz

Sam Lubicz is a Los Angeles-born artist and illustrator based in Berlin. His collages investigate not-so-distant dystopian futures with a curious pessimism. Continue reading »

Spectacular Photographs of Newcastle in the 1970s

Between Beresford Road (left) and Avondale Road in 1974.

Trevor Ermel

“I started taking photographs in my school days in the 1960s, as a means of recording my interest in railways,” says Trevor Ermel, whose photographs of Newcastle take us back to when the city was still synonymous with heavy industry. Continue reading »

Bizarre Modern Russian Housing Complexes Examplified By Samara City

Housing complex “Tough Springs” must the most inhuman housing complex in Russia now. Samara “luxury”. Yes, they say these houses are elite. Continue reading »

“Pure White”: When Asbestos Was Used As Fake Snow


Asbestos Hunter

Although labeled as “Pure White” Snow, the highly fibrous material inside this vintage carton is actually beige; reflecting the fact that it is primarily amosite, amphibole asbestos (also known as “brown asbestos”). Continue reading »

Photographer Captures Beautiful Sunset Silhouettes To Tell Magical Visual Stories

20-Year-Old Indian photographer Krutik Thakur captures beautiful sunset silhouettes to tell magical visual stories. Krutik beautifully photographs the evening glow in the sky, it’s amazingly connected with nature. On his Instagram page, he also shares the behind the scene photos of his stunning work. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Colorful Illustrations Of Inviting And Cozy Japanese Houses

Have you ever heard of “Virtual Plein Air”? It is a term used to describe an act of creating art inspired by Google Street Views. Artists literally look for exciting or interesting places they can then use as a source for their illustrations. Continue reading »

Best Photos From 2021 International Wedding Photographer Of The Year Contest

Grand Winner by Fabio Mirulla

Here are the best submissions to the 2021 International Wedding Photographer of the year contest. Congratulations to the Fabio Mirulla for Grand Winner of 2021 International Wedding Photographer Of The Year. Continue reading »

German Artist Shows What’s Problematic About Modern Societies In His Illustrations

Art is a perfect way to communicate and highlight all the issues and problems that arise. It is also a means to open people’s eyes and let them finally see things that were swept under the rug and not touched for the longest time. Continue reading »

Funny Comics With Unexpected Endings By Scribbly G

Today we’d like for you to see the newest comics from the talented creator Scribbly G, who is a digital artist originally from South Africa but currently living in the United Kingdom. The artist has quite a humorous and ironic way of portraying his ideas in his webcomics. Without further ado, we invite you to scroll down and see the newest works from Scribbly G that will surely put a smile or two on your face! Continue reading »

Fascinating Black and White Pictures of New York Street Life in the Late 1960s

These pictures were taken by James Jowers, an American street photographer. Jowers began receiving training in photography and darkroom techniques while serving in the United States Army. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos Of People’s Choice Award For Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2021

Monkey cuddle by Zhang Qiang, China

Here are the 25 stunning photos that are now up for the People’s Choice Award by the Natural History Museum for Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021. Continue reading »

The Winners Of Hasselblad Masters 2021 Photo Competition

Aerial by Florian Ledoux

Hasselblad announced the 12 winners of the Hasselblad Masters 2021 competition. The categories are Aerial, Architecture, Art, Beauty & Fashion, Landscape/Nature, Portrait, Product, Project/21, Street/Urban, Wedding, Wildlife, and Heritage. Continue reading »

Photographer Decided To Include People In Her Photographic Series “Cats In Venice” And Something Beautiful Happened

Ludovica And Kalypso

According to Marianna Zampieri: “My name is Marianna and I am a photographer from Italy. I am passionate about taking cat photos! Continue reading »