Human Teeth Jewelry by Jana Miller

Jana Miller has been collecting and processing bones and other things of nature for 35 years. She has been making bone and teeth jewelry since the 1980s. After becoming unemployed during the 2008 recession, she decided to open Bone Lust Etsy store. Since then she has sold thousands of pieces of jewelry to customers all around the world. Would you buy and wear something like this, or is it just too creepy? Continue reading »

Medieval Branding: Famous Logos Recreated As Medieval Brands

Ilya Denisov aka Ilya Stallone created a series of works “Medieval Branding” where he reimagines what the logos of famous modern brands would look like during the middle ages. Continue reading »

The French Executioner, the Murderer of Kings, and The Subtle Dandy: Art by Shin-ichi Sakamoto

Shin-ichi Sakamoto is a famous Japanese mangaka, the author of the seinen series Kokou no Hito and the remarkable near-historical Innocent, a story about the difficult daily life of Charles-Henri Sanson, the executioner of the French Revolution. Continue reading »

Chun-Li, Tifa Lockhart, Blake Belladonna: Liang Xing’s Beauty Ladies

Liang Xing is a Chinese artist who masterfully draws seductive girls. Among his works are not only portraits of famous pop-cultural divas, but also a whole bunch of artworks devoted to young ladies that were invented by Xing himself. However, the legendary ladies, like Chun Li or Tifa from Final Fantasy, deserve special attention – the artist makes them incredibly charming. Continue reading »

Cheerful Photos of Teenage Girls in the 1940s

Teenage girls living in the 1940s enjoyed an independence that would make many modern teen envious. They had been raised by parents and teachers who encouraged them to dress prettily so they could find a young man to marry, and to work a part-time job so they could buy expensive wedding china. Continue reading »

The Ugly Glamour Cats by Gregory Jacobsen

Gregory Jacobsen is a Chicago-based artist who draws ugly, surreal cats. Of course, he draws not only them, but also ugly people, ugly everyday objects, and ugly natural phenomena-no matter how strange that may sound. In our opinion, however, he does it best when he draws cats with crazy faces. Continue reading »

Little Animals – Big Love: Cute Drawings by Illustrator Dric

Illustrator Dric knows well – often a small picture has much more visual power than a large one. Dric draws microscopic doodles, inserts them into the space of a huge sheet and – voila! – The resulting illustrations are cute and amusing. Continue reading »

The Apocalypse: The Colorful Medieval Illustrations About The End of The Days, 1330

The Dragon and the Beasts Cast into Hell

The Apocalypse, or Book of Revelation, was, according to European medieval tradition, written by John the Evangelist during his exile on the Greek island of Patmos. Continue reading »

Girl’s Dreams and Robots: Illustrations by Eri Cruz

Eri Cruz (EllieMapleFox aka Raw Sushi) is a Filipina artist who draws cute anime girls. We love anime girls, you love anime girls – what else do we need to be happy on this magical day? Continue reading »

The Melancholy of Dreams: Illustrations by Felicia Chiao

Felicia Chiao is an artist from California who sketches the life of a certain bald man. The little man is melancholic but sweet, and his existence is dull and sad, but his sadness is light and even cozy. Chiao’s illustrations suggest that she depicts the typical everyday life of each of us – drawn out like an old man’s daydreams. Continue reading »

Unicorns Are Jerks: Coloring and Activity Book by Theo Nicole

Unicorns are back and even bigger jerks than ever.

The coloring book that exposed the cold, hard, sparkly truth is back, this time with more shocking truths about unicorns. With twenty-seven new coloring and activity pages, Unicorns Are Jerks: Coloring and Activity Book is your ultimate guide to the wily ways of our single-horned friends. Continue reading »

Photographer Captured Fascinating Photographs that She Found on Old Tombstones in Italian Cemeteries

According to a photographer Laura Signorelli: “I’m a 36-year-old Italian who is fascinated by the past and by many things that are death-related. That is probably because I lost my parents at a young age and I was forced to deal with mortality, loss, and mourning.” Continue reading »

A Beautiful Photo Series of Audi F103

Audi F103 is the internal designation for a series of car models produced by Auto Union GmbH in West Germany from 1965 to 1972. To signify the change from a two-stroke to four-stroke engine, the DKW marque was dropped in favor of Audi, a name that had been dormant since before the Second World War. Continue reading »

This Strange World: Unique Illustrations by Victoria Semykina

Victoria Semykina is an artist based in Italy who draws pretty illustrations for books, magazines and just for fun. Often Victoria manages to hit very subtle nuances of landscapes and characters with a couple of simple strokes and create the most pleasant pictures. Continue reading »

Artist Cathy Lam Draws The Everyday Lives of the Cuddly Cats

Cathy Lam is a Hong Kong-based artist who draws frisky cats in their natural habitat. The cats are as goofy as possible, but they only benefit from it – Lam’s simple drawing takes the level of mischievousness to a whole new level. Continue reading »

The Cute Anime Girls by Illustrator Ryota

Ryota is a Japanese illustrator who draws anime girls. It’s possible that some people might find the number of anime girls on DYT excessive, but we can’t help it – they make us feel incredibly warm. Every time we’re smitten with these big-eyed plushies, we’re smiling ruddy for half a day afterwards. Continue reading »

Fascinating Nostalgic Black and White Photos of Daily Life in Michigan in 1970s and ’80s

These pictures were taken by Don Hudson, an experienced amateur photographer born on December 29, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, during his student days at the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, now called College for Creative Studies. Continue reading »

Insidious Goblins, Cute Elves, and Magic: The Gathering Cards – Fantasy Art by Jesper Ejsing

Jesper Ejsing was born in Denmark in1973. He first discovered fantasy through the works of Tolkien and got introduced to D&D on Christmas Day, 1986. Skipping through the pages of the rulebooks, he set a goal for the rest of his life: He would become a fantasy artist. He would make a living illustrating things that live only in imagination… one way or the other. Continue reading »

“I Paint Big B”: The Fantasy Beauties of Zumi

Zumi is an artist from Germany who paints seductive, bodacious girls. Continue reading »

Dave Burke’s Superb Acid Art

Dave Burke is a Los Angeles-based artist who paints upbeat, psychedelic kitsch. Burke is inspired by everything related to pop culture: from gum stickers, Dr. Seuss books, and giant Japanese kaiju to fetish fashion, rockabilly, and custom cars. Continue reading »

This Guy Makes 3D Printed Helmets For His Cat

Thanks to 3D printers going mainstream, more and more awesome things are popping up around the internet. We already featured T-Rex arms for chickens, now it’s time to meet Rémy Vicarini who likes to make tiny helmets for his cat. Continue reading »

Cyberpunk Gangster: Stunning Works by Korean Artist Gharliera

Gharliera is a Korean artist who draws seemingly simple anime girls in a cyberpunk setting. But this simplicity is only apparent. Continue reading »

Milo Manara Comic Art You’ve Probably Never Seen

Maurilio Manara, known professionally as Milo Manara was born September 12, 1945 in Lüsen, South Tyrol and is an Italian comic book writer and artist best known for his erotic approach to the medium. The author lives in Rome, Italy.

Slightly NSFW. Continue reading »

This Woman Makes Unique Snow Sculptures on Park Trees

Unfortunately, we don’t know who this woman is, we don’t have any information. But here’s what her neighbor writes: “These are the images-barelefs made of snow in Perovsky Park (located in Moscow, Russia) by my neighbor. It is a pity I could not photograph all of them as they either melt in the thaw or the boys knock them down with sticks. I think by the end of winter there will be more and I will add them to the publication. Neighbors, if you pass by, see them, smile!” Continue reading »

50 Times Adults Decided To Have Some Fun In These Museums And Art Galleries

“I Spotted This Today At The Cleveland Museum Of Natural History”

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Museums are so much fun, it’s ridiculous that it’s not against the law. We absolutely love walking (remember, no running!) down the corridors of art galleries, as well as science and history museums. But while we’re absorbing all of that knowledge and human genius, we also remember to have a spot of fun. This article is all about that. Continue reading »