Vintage Postcards of Mid-Century Romantic Couples

The phrase “romantic” might be used to describe a particularly dramatic or meaningful gesture from one person toward the object of their affection. Some people might even describe themselves as a “hopeless romantic” in general. Continue reading »

Drone Photographer Dimitar Karanikolov Captures Breathtaking Pictures Around The World

Drone Photographer Dimitar Karanikolov captures bird’s-eye portraits around the world. Based between Bulgaria and the United Kingdom, Karanikolov is an architect by trade through his studio, Meshroom. Due to the nature of his profession and having attended specialized photo expeditions around the world, he eventually added aerial and travel photography as a hobby. Continue reading »

Funny And Relatable Comics That Show Situations Almost Anyone Can Relate To

Every day, we face awkward situations and mundane struggles that feel only relevant to us. Which makes it surprising that so many other people can relate to such specific moments. Luckily, there are many great artists out there who are able to illustrate it so spot-on, how similar we all really are. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Honest Illustrations About Relationships And Everyday Life

Yuval Robichek is an illustrator from Israel with a super special talent for describing what happens in our daily lives in a way that we often can’t explain. Their illustrations caption the relationships between people, siblings, parents, and their children, as well as one’s relationship with oneself. Continue reading »

The World of Fairy Tales: Dreamy Illustrations by David Listón

David Sierra Listón is an artist from Madrid who mainly specializes in book illustrations. His work includes artwork for Vitor Hugo’s Les Misérables, Little Red Riding Hood, and many other books, including contemporary ones. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of Margaux Hemingway in the 1970s and ’80s

Born 1954 in Portland, Oregon, American fashion model, actress and the granddaughter of writer Ernest Hemingway Margaux Hemingway earned success as a supermodel in the mid-1970s, appearing on the covers of magazines including Cosmopolitan, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and Time. Continue reading »

This Photographer Perfectly Captures Sand Sculptures Naturally Carved By The Winds

Mother nature never ceases to surprise us with its wonderful creations– And while many of those creations are temporary, photographers like Joshua Novicki manage to capture them. Recently, he captured some mesmerizing sand structures that were formed by wind erosion along the shores of Lake Michigan. Continue reading »

Designer Creates a Unique Table Lighting Based on Brutalist Soviet Architecture and Other Things

According to Nikita Antokhin: “What were we thinking when we created this thing? Naturally, about our common past. The Soviet project addressed itself to humanity, not to man. The country explored space (and succeeded), but never learned how to build humane housing and how to build cities for people.” Continue reading »

Of Robots and Humans: Superb Fan Art Illustrations of MinemikoMali

Mali Benedicto Vasanserekul aka MinemikoMali is an artist from Barcelona who draws comics and illustrations with pretty girls of exquisite appearance. We don’t know much else about her, except a little tweet where she calls herself “an alien trapped in a human body.” Judging by the artist’s work, that’s how it is. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos of the 1961 Ford Gyron

The Ford Gyron was a futuristic two-wheeled gyrocar first shown to the world in 1961 at the Detroit Motor Show as a concept car designed by Syd Mead. Continue reading »

Artist Cosmo Draws Emotional Acid Portraits in Anime Style

It is not known who Cosmo really is – a girl, a guy, or an alien who came to Earth to draw strange pictures. All we know is that Cosmo is based in Sydney, from where it bombards the world with seemingly simple, but stylish illustrations and comics, similar to colorful bad-rips. Continue reading »

Trench Crusade: The Epic Bizarre Creatures of Mike Franchina

Mike Franchina is an illustrator from the U.S. who has worked for such major companies as Blizzard Entertainment, Runic Games and EA/Mythic Entertainment as a concept artist for a long time. Continue reading »

Urban Sketches and Warm Landscapes by Kaye Kang

Kaye Kang is a SF based Korean artist who likes to sketch outside and spend most of her day playing with her cat Gigi. She specializes in character design and visual development for the animation industry. Currently at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. Continue reading »

Creepy Giants and Gentle Beauties: Illustrations by Sungmoo Heo

Sungmoo Heo is an illustrator from South Korea who draws concept-arts with cool characters for Korean MMOs and not only. The artist is especially good at unusual but pretty girls and big men in mega-armor with creepy axes on their backs – a perfect balance of strength and grace. Continue reading »

Schlörwagen: The Bizarre German Car from 1939 that Was Super-Aerodynamic but Very Impractical

The 1930s was a defining decade for automotive design, during which time the car evolved from its horse-drawn ancestry into an integrally engineered, aerodynamic, desirable product to meet the demands of the public. This was true nowhere more than in Germany, where the first autobahns were being opened. Continue reading »

Indian Paper Artist Creates Mindblowing Papercuts

According to an artist: “I am Parth Kothekar from Ahmedabad (India). For more than 8 years now I have been experimenting with and learning from, papercuts. In order to give myself challenges, I come up with thematic series of artworks from time to time. Continue reading »

‘Dental Plumper’ Jaw Prosthetic Worn by Marlon Brando in The Godfather, 1972

Marlon Brando did it for the screen test in order to make Vito Corleone “look like a bulldog.” For the filming of the movie, he had a dentist make him a custom mouthpiece to create his sagging jowls. Continue reading »

Artist Places People From Classical Paintings Into Modern Reality And They Fit Just Right

Have you ever stopped to think about how things have changed? We didn’t even have to go very far back in time to notice certain aspects that are completely different now. Continue reading »

Artist Travels The World And Uses Paper Cups As His Canvas To Reflect What He Sees

Ever wanted a creative way to keep track of places you’ve visited? Well, Turkish artist Berk Armagan has taken this idea to a whole new level by using disposable cups. Usually, he chooses either spots he visits or interesting objects and draws them on cups to create photographic compositions. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Daily Struggles And Life With A Cat In Humorous Comics

When one browses the internet there’s no running away from comics, and the best thing about is that they come in all shapes and sizes. However, if you are looking for something that can lift up your mood instantly, we highly recommend cat comics! It is a well-known fact that cats make everything out to be more dramatic than it actually is and owning one is both a blessing and a curse at times. Continue reading »

How To Look Smart In Zoom Meetings, an Illustrated Guide by Sarah Cooper

Funny because it’s true. Comedian, star of the Netflix special Everything’s Fine, and Trump lip-syncing sensation Sarah Cooper presents the must-have book you never knew you needed, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings. In it, you will learn how to appear smart in less than half the time it takes to actually learn anything. Continue reading »

Forget Garden Gnomes, Get a Huge Baby Tick Hybrid Instead!

Are you looking for the perfect way to keep everyone off your lawn? Scare the living daylights out of unsuspecting guests by discreetly placing a baby tick hybrid in your yard! Continue reading »

Anxiety, Poetry, Death: Gloomy Paintings by Julia Soboleva

Julia Soboleva is a Manchester-based artist who paints frightening paintings in the spirit of David Lynch’s surrealist aesthetic. Soboleva’s paintings are as abstract as possible, yet deeply poetic enigmas about peace, loneliness, and death. Continue reading »

Cool Photos Defined Fashion Styles of Young Women in the 1970s

The 1970s began with a continuation of the hippie look from the 1960s, giving a distinct ethnic flavor.

Popular early 1970s fashions for women included Tie dye shirts, Mexican ‘peasant’ blouses, folk-embroidered Hungarian blouses, ponchos, capes, and military surplus clothing. Bottom attire for women during this time included bell-bottoms, gauchos, frayed jeans, midi skirts, and ankle-length maxi dresses. Hippie clothing during this time was made in extremely bright colors, as well as Indian patterns, Native American patterns, and floral patterns. Continue reading »

Cartoon Robocop and Gremlins: Superb Caricatures by Lyle Cruse

Lyle Cruse is an artist from the USA who has worked as an illustrator for Disney, Warner Bros., Marvel Studios and Universal. Cruse draws funny and very accurate caricatures of popular movie characters: he has painted portraits of Robocop, Ellen Ripley, The Lost Boys, and many others. Continue reading »