Artist Dominic Wilcox Invents Glasses That Allow Short People To See The World From ‘Above’

One Foot Taller Periscope glasses

This device designed by Dominic Wilcox (previously) allows the wearer to see ‘one foot taller’ (30.5cm) than their normal eye level. Continue reading »

“Myths Of The Near Future”: The Modern Collage Artworks Of Julien Pacaud

French artist Julien Pacaud calls his work “digital collage” as he uses a computer to create his artworks rather than the traditional method of scissors and glue. Self-taught, Pacaud claims he works by instinct. He flicks thru vintage magazines and old books looking for an image that will inspire him. Once found, he scans these images, stores them, before returning to them to find out where they might take him. When he starts a collage, he has no set plan. It develops by trial and error, accident and chance. A process which eventually reveals its own path. Continue reading »

These Amazing Wood Sculptures Look Like There Are Figures Trapped Inside

“Inner Turmoil”
The work “Inner Turmoil” use the figure of a person who is stretch himself and resists restrict of gravity, which forms the contrast. The body and carved space give people a complex sense. Owing to the space, we can explore a state of inner mind that is upset. When a positive idea and a negative idea are formed at the same time, people will feel there is a strong strength affects them.

Taiwanese artist Tung Ming-Chin plays with themes of inner emotions and the subconscious mind through his masterful woodwork projects. In his works, the artist depicts objects and figures attempting to break-free, trapped by the wood he has carved them into, to manifest the idea of a psychological prison. Continue reading »

Unleash The Kraken With Squid And Octopus Tea Bags

This Japanese-made octopus tea bag is filled with Keemun tea, and the double-bagged squid version is a black Pu’er tea inspired by squid ink. Don’t worry, it has a sweet persimmon flavor. Continue reading »

This Miller Lite Beer Can Is A Video Game Controller

Miller calls it the Cantroller. It’s not an empty beer can that has been modified into a controller with appropriate electronics. It’s actually filled with beer that is completely drinkable–at least to the extent that Miller Lite can be called drinkable. Miller produced 200 of them for the E3 consumer electronics show. They can be won by beating a champion player at the show. Continue reading »

A Group Of Friends In Estonia Have Turned A 1984 Audi 100 Into A Cosy Wood-Fired Sauna

If you saw this third-generation Audi 100 Avant parked on a street corner, you might think there is nothing particularly remarkable about it – at first glance. Continue reading »

Friend Asks A Photographer To Babysit Their Cat, Gets Purrfect Photos

If you have a pet and for whatever reason, leave it with someone else, your mind is asking a lot of questions. Are they feeding it enough and on time? Are they cleaning up after it? And so on. But when Miranda McDonald asked her friend Josell Mariano to take care of her blue tabby cat Jade, he stepped up. And by stepped up, I mean he not only made sure Jade had everything she needed, but threw her a surprise photoshoot as well. Man, I need to get me some new friends. Continue reading »

Things Full Of Beans That Shouldn’t Be Full Of Beans

Internet is an awesome place that seems to have a community for literally everything. Even for people who like to fill with beans stuff that usually is not filled with beans. Scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »

Outstandingly Beautiful Abandoned Photography By Kim Zier

Fantastic abandoned shots by Kim Zier, a talented photographer, retoucher, and urbex explorer currently based in Monroe Township, New Jersey. Kim focuses on urban, rural, and abandoned photography. Continue reading »

Daredevil Ukrainian Stalkers Took Stunning Photos Inside The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone In 2019

Serega Strange is a self-taught photographer, and urbex explorer from Ukraine, who likes to capture an abandoned world inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Serega visited the abandoned city Pripyat and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. He shares some amazing selfies on his Instagram. Continue reading »

French Artist Transforms Street Signs Into Working Skateboard

Titled ‘Le poteau cédez le passage skateboard’, French artist Benedetto Bufalino (previously) has turned a street signpost on its side before adding wheels and taking it for a ride. By distorting or hijacking the objects that surround us, using design, art or architecture, he offers a reflection – a game – on the functionality of our living environment. Continue reading »

Turkish Artist Uses Forks And Knives As Writing Tools To Create Amazing Calligraphy Typeworks

While most people can barely produce intelligible handwriting with the most expensive fountain pens, Turkish artist Yazi Yolcusu creates stunning calligraphy using cutlery like forks and knives. Continue reading »

How Remote Russian Places Would Look Like If They Had A Bit More Care

An architect Alexey Novikov shared some of his works on the web to show how remote places of Russia could look like if they had a bit more care. In fact it does not take too much to make Russian streets more good-looking and comfortable for life. Continue reading »

The National Geographic’s Travel Photo Contest Is Over And Here Are The Winners

People’s Choice, Nature: ‘Couples Goals’ By Brian Larrosa

“Instead of taking the bus tour to Rainbow Mountain, I camped the night before, about an hour and a half away, to be the first up at sunrise. That morning was full of fog, and when I arrived, I could barely see the seven-color mountain. I waited an hour for the fog to clear, but it didn’t. On my way down, I passed this lovely alpaca couple wearing the Aymara culture colors—which made the wait worth it.” Continue reading »

Russian Artist Has Left His Mark In The Most Unexpected Places Across The Country And Beyond Its Borders

Twenty-nine-year-old Stanislav Komissarov, aka Slava PTRK (an abbreviation of the word “Patriot”, his alias in computer games), is a street artist from the Urals. Nowadays he lives in Moscow and travels across Russia and Europe, leaving ‘mementos’ in different cities in the form of graffiti and installations that, by and large, deal with burning social issues. He has been doing street art for about 10 years, and has been very successful in the process: The artist has gone on to win many Russian and international prizes. Continue reading »