DEKOCHARI: The Youth of Japan Customise Their Pushbikes in Extreme Ways

According to Matthew McQuillan: “This subculture is a precursor to the popular Dekotari (customised trucks). Before they can afford to buy a truck to decorate and of course get driving licenses. Young people form crews of locally like minded people. Status is dictated by who has the most extravagant and complex design. Continue reading »

A Russian Photographer Gazes at Our Excessive Consumption

Daria Piskareva’s day job requires her to wake up early. It’s also given her the opportunity to see St Petersburg while it is half-asleep, delicate, and full of unlikely treasures. She splits her time between St Petersburg and Pikkolovo, a small village in the Leningrad oblast. “St Petersburg and I are a total match,” she says. “It’s enigmatic, frivolous, and fluid.” Continue reading »

This Painter Captures the Elusive Beauty of Ordinary Life

Walking inside Misha Nikatin’s studio in Moscow’s bohemian Basmanny neighbourhood feels like stepping into a particularly vibrant greenhouse. Plants surround you: the real ones carefully potted, with Nikatin’s painted copies filling in the gaps. Nikatin has been working from this bright studio, tucked inside a former power plant, for three years. The practical, industrial aesthetic suits him well. Continue reading »

Fascinating Winning Photos Of the 2021 Siena International Photo Awards

Photo of the Year: Hardship of Life by Mehmet Aslan

Photo above: This little boy’s father Munzir lost his right leg when a bomb was dropped as he walked through a bazaar in Idlib, Syria. His son Mustafa was born without lower or upper limbs due to tetra-amelia, a congenital disorder caused by the medications his mother Zeynep had to take after being sickened by nerve gas released during the war in Syria. Mustafa will need special electronic prostheses in the future which, unfortunately, are not yet available in Turkey.

Siena International Photo Awards announced 2021 Photo Awards in 12 categories. The photo “Hardship of Life” by Turkish photographer Mehmet Aslan is the overall winner of the Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA) 2021. Continue reading »

Brazilian Artist Draws Realistic Portraits that Look Like Photographs

Nope! These are not photographs! I was just as surprised to find out that these are actually incredibly realistic oil paintings done by 40-year-old Brazilian artist Fabiano Millani. Continue reading »

Artists Combine Classical Paintings And Halloween Pop Culture

Halloween is just around the corner and everyone’s excited to see some spooky and scary things. There is no exception for all the digital designers and artists out there. Many of them are already participating in Inktober 2021 and doing all kinds of other creepy, cool projects. Continue reading »

The Goblins Will Get You If You Don’t Watch Out – 1920s Nightmare Fuel

The monsters under your bed and in the wardrobe are coming to get you in this series of images from the 1920s. ‘The Goblins Will Get You If You Don’t Watch Out’ is a photo story in which a little girl being abducted from her bed by hellish creatures. It becomes even more vivid when you view them their original stereoscopic format. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos of 2021 Epson International Pano Awards

Open Photographer Of The Year by Joshua Hermann, USA

Here are the Best Panoramic Photos of 2021 by Epson International Pano Awards. The Pano awards are the largest photo contest for Panoramic Photography. The overall winner for this year is Joshua Hermann from the USA for his Misty Cypress Tree Panorama. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of Brigitte Bardot During the Filming of “Les Femmes,” 1969

Les Femmes is a 1969 sex comedy film co-written and directed by Jean Aurel, starring Brigitte Bardot and Maurice Ronet. It recorded admissions of 505,292 in France. Continue reading »

Italian Artist Giulia Bernardelli Turns Spilled Coffee Into Art

Some people are so incredibly talented that they can be artistically inspired by the most unexpected of things, such as spilled drinks. Case in point – Italian artist Giulia Bernardelli, whose amazing coffee art began as a mishap. Continue reading »

“UAZ Bukhanka”: Russia’s Most Legendary Off-Road Vechicle for Bizarre Tuning

UAZ “Bukhanka” is truly a legendary vehicle that is still produced and sold in Russia. It has a great passing ability and is easy to maintain. Although many masters try to improve “Bukhanka” in their own way. And look what they do. Continue reading »

These Prank Stickers Will Make You The Most Hated Person In The Office

You put these Funny Prank Stickers on things that are NOT motion and voice clap activated and then watch people stupidly yell and wave at them. Hilarious! Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of the Lincoln Continental Mark V

The Continental Mark V is a personal luxury coupe that was marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from the 1977 to 1979 model years in North America. The fourth generation Mark series, the Mark V was derived from its Continental Mark IV predecessor, bringing an extensive update to the interior and exterior design. While only sold for three years, the Mark V is the best-selling generation of the Mark series, with 228,262 examples produced. Continue reading »

These Realistic Animal Paintings Show How We Neglect Them

We humans often have the tendency to forget that we’re alone on this planet. There are other living creatures that we often forget about or even worse, use them for our own purpose. This is an important issue that South Korean artist Young-sung Kim is trying to address in his work. Continue reading »

Richard Saunders Creates Giant Bushes In The Shape Of His Deceased Cat

Many of us know the feeling when you just terribly miss a pet you used to have. I sure do, even got a tattoo of my cat! However, 75-year-old Richard Saunders took it to a whole new level. The artist decided to express love for his cat, who died 5 years ago, by creating extremely surprising surreal images. In these images, plants from real places are replaced by giant bushes in the shape of his adorable cat Tolly. Continue reading »

Artist Sums Up Our Everyday Lives In These Humorous One-Panel Comics

Sometimes one image is enough to convey the message, especially when it comes to comics. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrated 30 Mermaids For Two Years And Here Is The Eerie Yet Whimsical Result

My Zero Mermaid

According to Jana Heidersdorf: “About two years ago I decided to start a weekly drawing challenge for myself: To do one mermaid every week until I have a full 100 (and then make them into a book, but that’s another story). As I am getting oh so very close to my goal (I’m at mermaid drawing number 97 right now!) Continue reading »

Mira Petrova’s Illustrations Will Make You Think About Your Waste

Mira Petrova is a Bulgarian artist who cares about nature, animals, and the environment. She wishes for a zero-waste-life, however, in some cases she finds it very hard. So, together with her boyfriend, she decided to think more about the waste they are producing. Continue reading »

“A Nature Unknown”: Couple Created a Series of Illustrations Inspired By the Outdoors

Kourtney and Richard Jossy met at Portland State University where they both received bachelors in fine arts. After graduating they began collaborating on illustration projects, married, and started a nature unknown – a personal illustration series inspired by their shared interests in the outdoors, the unexplained, and introversion. Continue reading »

If You Had A Gloomy Day, These Illustrations Will Probably Make Your Worries Go Away

Watching movies while snacking in a comfy bed, drinking warm coffee in a cozy place when it’s snowing outside, or celebrating something while being surrounded by friends and family? Continue reading »

Portraits of Swiss “Halbstarken” Girls With Very Big Hair in the 1950s and 1960s

Halbstarke is a German term describing a postwar-period subculture of adolescents – mostly male and of working class parents – that appeared in public in an aggressive and provocative way during the 1950s in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Later, the term sometimes described youths in general. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Shows How Climate Change is Affecting Our World

3 Geese at Low Tide 2020. See if you can find all 3 geese in the low tide area of the piece.

Creative director and digital artist Randy Richards is best known for his time-traveling images, where the viewer can see scenes captured between seasons. According to the artist, his style was born from paintings created between 1996 to 2002 when he began doing side-by-side collages, which later evolved into 3D cubes. Continue reading »

Painfully True Facts About Our Lives

Featured below are some of the best pictures from Truth Facts Instagram account that shows painfully honest representations of our miserable existence (also known as life). Continue reading »

Finally, The 2022 Fat Cat Art Calendar Is Here!

The wall calendar contains 12 pages (one for each month) and a cover, all with different famous paintings improved by Zarathustra the Cat. This year Vincent Van Gogh’s “Furry Starry Night over the Rhone” is the FatCatArt cover image. The calendar is a collection of 12 posters under one colorful cover, which allows you to change your wall decoration every month! Continue reading »

Wonderland Abandoned: The Swift Fall of “Europe’s Biggest Theme Park”


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Wonderland Eurasia, billed as “Europe’s biggest theme park,” opened in Ankara, Turkey, in March 2019. Political turmoil, uneven ride quality, and a lack of attendance caused the massive park to close its doors permanently after less than a year of operation. Continue reading »