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 »

An Artist Creates Superb Alternative Movie Posters

According to Mark Mones aka B4Abraham: “I am a visual designer, produced several award-winning works for interactive media and online marketing. During my free time, I usually create conceptual illustrations as well as illustrate movie posters. My illustrations often incorporate the use of graphic lines, texture as well as exploring with negative space. Continue reading »

A Teenager’s Photos of 1970s Brooklyn NYC: Led Zeppelin, The El, snow and All the President’s Men

Anthony Catalano’s photographs of Brooklyn, New York City, in the mid-1970s were mostly developed in his darkroom in Boro Park darkroom in the 70s. “Remember the snow storm of ’78?” he asks. Continue reading »

Vietnamese Hairstylist Creates Intricate Hairstyles That Sometimes Take Up To 2-3 Months To Finish

Nguyen Phat Tri is a well-known hairdresser from Vietnam, who recently went viral on social media doing her amazing flower-shaped hairstyles. The professional graduated in biotechnology but in the end, decided to follow her heart by doing makeup and hair. Continue reading »

These Designers Remade Iconic Logos In Different Styles, And Here Are The Results

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When talking logos, there are some that immediately pop into our heads as they’ve aged like fine wine and gained worldwide recognition. It’s difficult to imagine Apple, McDonald’s, or Google’s logos as anything other than what they are now, but it sure sounds entertaining. Continue reading »

Portraits of Lovely Ladies Featured on the Covers of Radio Control Modeler Magazines From the 1970s and 1980s

We all know about the lovely ladies who graced the covers of such manly car and bike magazines as Easy Rider, Hot Rod, and Lowrider… but there was another type of magazine that gave those macho muscle car magazines a run for their money, the radio control airplane magazine. Continue reading »

Bloody Conan and The Beloved Superheroes: Comic Illustrations by Mahmud Asrar

Mahmud Asrar is a Turkish comics artist who has worked on such “flagships” of DC and Marvel as Justice League of America, Supergirl, X-Men, Avengers: The Initiative, She-Hulk and many others. The Conan series stands out in his portfolio – it was Asrar’s chopped-up and extremely dynamic drawing style that gave the comics about the legendary Cimmerian the necessary energy and power. Continue reading »

Heroic and Fantasy Pin-Up Female Portraits by Kyu Yong Eom

The amazing science fiction and fantasy themed artworks of Kyu Yong Eom, a concept artist and digital illustrator based in Seoul, South Korea. Continue reading »

The Superb Graphic Novels and Character Art Works of Jordi Lafebre

Jordi Lafebre is an illustrator and comic book artist from Barcelona who draws very kind and warm stories. His works include such graphic novels as Malgré tout, Les Beaux Étés, La Mondaine. Continue reading »

Intriguing Female Portraits by Ilya Ozornin

Artist Ilya Ozornin draws girls who are both beautiful and mysterious. Each of his ladies seems to keep a secret, trying hard not to give it away – like Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring or Mona Lisa, they enchant with a kind of understatement and sadness. Continue reading »

Butts on Things: Illustrator Brian Cook Draws Butts on Everything

Because Everything Looks Better with a Butt In Brian Cook’s debut collection of fun, offbeat illustrations, beers have rears, Tetris® becomes Butris and balloons bear backsides. Continue reading »

Forrest Gump Rear Wiper Decal

If you are an avid Forrest Gump enthusiast, this is the perfect gift for yourself. Extremely friendly Forrest Gump Waving Arm Wiper is guaranteed to get reactions wherever you go – mainly laughter about the weird choices you make while shopping online for car accessories. Continue reading »

Tiny Superheroes in Superb Comic Art by Dan Hipp

Dan Hipp is a comic book artist who draws cute art with Marvel and DC superheroes. Hipp also worked as art director on the wonderful animated series Teen Titans Go!, but, unfortunately, we don’t know anything more about him. All we know is that he draws pictures with rich color and composition, and that’s all we need. Continue reading »

“Bury Me In a Donut”: Colorful Coffins Lighten Mood at New Zealand Funerals

When the pallbearers brought Phil McLean’s coffin into the chapel, there were gasps before a wave of laughter rippled through the hundreds of mourners.

The coffin was a giant cream donut. Continue reading »

How to Design a Nuclear Reactor – an Illustrated Rough Guide, 1956-1998


Sizewell B PWR, Nuclear Engineering International – The World’s Reactors, No. 83, Sizewell B PWR, Sizewell, Suffolk, UK. Wall chart insert, Nuclear Engineering, December 1982

The University of New Mexico’s Centennial Science and Engineering Library hosts these images of Nuclear Engineering Wall Charts. The graphics appeared in Nuclear Engineering International magazine from it inception in 1956 to 1998. Nuclear power has had its successes and disasters – but it’s rarely looked better. Continue reading »

French Photographer Sophie Fontaine Shoots Poignant Portraits In Film

Her words are poetic and she shoots film, may sound a bit familiar but Sophie Fontaine shows us something dramatic and unexpected in her artworks. Continue reading »

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 »