Campaign for National Parks Photography Competition 2021

This year’s competition focused on documenting the climate crisis, with stark images of extreme weather, wildlife in decline and pollution accompanied by images of hope and nature recovery.


Young photographer of the year. Species decline: Stonechat in New Forest national park by Fletcher Foot, aged 14. Continue reading »

Royal Meteorological Society: The Winners of Weather Photographer of the Year Competition 2021

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) has announced the winners of its Weather Photographer of the Year competition 2021! This amazing image captured by Giulio Montini won the overall prize, and shows a foggy autumn day in the town of Airuno, Italy.


“Morning Fog”. This shot of a hilltop town in Italy on a foggy autumn day was named the winner. (Photo by Giulio Montini/Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year Awards) Continue reading »

An Animal Shelter Dressed Dogs in Human Clothes to Help Them Find Homes

Zorro. He was found badly wounded by other dogs in the street; his past life is unknown. His tail is half chopped off

The “Thing of Kindness” social project and the “Happiness in the House” animal shelter (Yekaterinburg, Russia) launched the joint project “My Man Abandoned Me. But I’ll still love him”. Photographers Nikita Zhurnakov and Kirill Laptev filmed dogs wearing clothes that people donated for recycling. This is reported in the instagram of the project “The Thing of Kindness”. Continue reading »

Makeup Artist Keeps Transforming Herself Into Characters And Celebrities

Meet Charlotte Roberts (previously featured), an 18-year-old who refutes the idea that makeup is meant to only subtly highlight someone’s features. For this girl, makeup art is an opportunity to transform into any pop culture character, monster, or simply a dramatic version of herself. Continue reading »

Jodie Foster Holding a Lamb in a Promo Shoot for “The Silence of the Lambs”

Over the years, Hollywood has seen some of the best psychological horror films but no other film has reached the heights like the 1991 movie The Silence of the Lambs. Directed by Jonathan Demme and written by Ted Tally, the movie is adapted from Thomas Harris’ 1988 novel. It is often referred to as one of the greatest films to be ever made by critics. The plot of the film revolved around a young FBI trainee who is on a hunt for a serial killer. She seeks the help of imprisoned Dr Hannibal Lecter who is a brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes Alternative Posters For Horror Films And TV Series In The Form Of Clay Sculptures

According to Lizzie Campbell, a Clay artist & Illustrator: “I’m a polymer clay artist and illustrator and for around 6 or 7 years now, I’ve been adding to a personal creative project where I reimagine film and TV show posters with my sculptures and mixed media. Continue reading »

Artist Hides Clever And Funny Signs Around His City For People To Find

Streets can get quite boring, I mean, we see them every day. The same sidewalks, the same crosswalks, and signs. However, there are certain ways that the places that we are bored of can become much more interesting and fun to explore. Continue reading »

This Artist Shows What Everything Would Look Like If It Had A Cat’s Face

Are you a huge cat lover and would want to be surrounded by them at all times? Well, you’re not the only one! Galina Bugaevskaya is a big fan of cats and her Instagram @koty_vezde (“Cats are Everywhere”) can prove it. She is an artist from Moscow, Russia, and is photoshopping cat faces on anything you can think of: giraffes, fish, pandas, even edible things like potatoes, buns, and bananas. Sounds like an interesting, yet funny dream, right? Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photos of Edwin Smith

Kentish Town station, London

Edwin Smith (born Edwin George Herbert Smith) was an English photographer best known for his distinctive vignettes of English gardens, landscapes, and architecture. Continue reading »

Breathtaking Winning Images of The 2021 Drone Photo Awards

Photo of the year: Pink-Footed Geese Meeting the Winter by Terje Kolaas

The Drone Photo Awards is the largest aerial photography and video competition. The pictures come from all over the world and allow us to see the world with a little more height. Continue reading »

Brazilian Dentist Felipe Rossi Treat The Teeth Of Poor People

Some people just can’t stop doing good deeds. One of them is Felipe Rossi, the founder of Por1sorriso. Felipe is a Brazilian dentist who has traveled the world with volunteers in order to provide vital dental care free of charge for people that normally cannot afford it. Continue reading »

Parodies of “Deep” Melodramatic Instagram Captions

So deep, so though-provoking, so… perfect for making fun of. Continue reading »

Seriously, 2022 Social Justice Kittens Calendar Is Here!

The creator of Crap Hound and the online LiarTownUSA blog returns with kittens who will delight and amuse. This is a full-color, 12” x 12” grid-style wall calendar featuring kittens! Continue reading »

The Best Winning Photos Of Close-Up Photographer Of The Year 2021

Overall winner & Insects winner by Pål Hermansen

Close-up Photographer of the Year (CUPOTY) is a celebration of close-up, macro, and microphotography. A global competition was created to showcase images that help us see the world anew. Over 9,000 pictures from 55 countries were entered this year across the nine categories. Continue reading »

“Weedsomar”: The Spiritual Worlds of Julian Majin

Julian Majin is a Colombian Digital Artist, inspired by the universe and all its creations, He portrays impossible worlds where the subconscious and art combine. Careful, you might get high. Continue reading »

The Modern Botanical Experiences by 𝔚𝔯𝔢𝔱𝔠𝔥𝔢𝔡 𝔉𝔩𝔬𝔴𝔢𝔯𝔰

If you haven’t had enough of examples of modern graphic design and typography, how about modern floral design? Continue reading »

“The Making of Demon”: The Superb 3D, Typo and Modern Graphic Design by Aldo

Indonesian artist Aldo (aka @feraldoandiraf on Instagram) is another prime example of a graphic and 3D designer working in a post-design style. Enjoy! Continue reading »

This South Korean Artist’s Structural Drawings Will Help You Improve Your Drawing Skills

If you’ve ever learned to draw, you know it’s not easy (unless you were born a Da Vinci). South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun (안재현) will clearly show you how to feel and correctly depict the structure of an object. This will help you learn and improve your drawing skills. Continue reading »

“Focus on Yourself”: Modern Design and Post-Typography by Archives.Matei

Archives.Matei, another anonymous artist in my selection of so-called post-design trends. All the things you love so much (or not): tribal typography, 3D morphs, elements of Japanese graphic design from the 90s. Continue reading »

Grotesque, Occult, and Bizarre Images by William Mortensen, the Forgotten Hollywood Photographer

Photographer Ansel Adams, whose beautiful black and white landscapes full of mountains still grace both museum and office walls, called fellow photographer William Mortensen “the Anti-Christ” for what he did to the art of photography. Continue reading »

Tokyo Hotel Launches Futuristic Lantern Dining to Beat Coronavirus


Mainichi/Kimi Takeuchi

A high-end resort hotel in Tokyo has come up with a unique way to enable diners to enjoy meals while offering protection against the coronavirus — by covering them with transparent lanterns. Continue reading »

This Artist Started Micro Crocheting As An Experiment, And Now She Creates Tiny Animals And Plants Using Needle And Thread

These crochet animals and plants are sure to be the cutest little things you’ll see today! Not only are they adorable, they are also extremely tiny! Artist Lucia created this wonderful series of macro animals and plants, and she also shares her knit and crochet designs with her followers. Continue reading »

“Captivate!”: Fashionable 90s in Amazing Nostalgic Photos

Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990.

Roxanne Lowit

The 90s are back! In a richly illustrated volume, which accompanies her first ever curated exhibition, Claudia Schiffer brings together legendary fashion photographers, designers and supermodels, whose visions captivated and shaped the decade. Continue reading »

Amazing Photographs Capture Everyday Life in Spanish Harlem in the Mid-1980s

Spanish Harlem, New York’s oldest barrio, is the U.S. mecca where Puerto Ricans first established themselves in the 1940s. One of America’s most vital centers of Latino culture, Spanish Harlem is home to 125,000 people, half of whom are Latino. Continue reading »

Brilliant Halloween Decorations That Are Both Funny And Frightening

Before you set out on a mission to browse the attic for the same Halloween decoration props you reuse every year, let us tell you something. Continue reading »