80-Year-Old Man Masters Excel To Create Amazing Paintings

80-Year-Old Man Masters Excel To Create Amazing Paintings

80-year-old Tatsuo Horiuchi from Japan is known all around the world for his incredible drawing skills. However, he doesn’t use pencils, pens, or paint for his art. Instead, he creates masterpieces in Microsoft Excel! Continue reading »

Zombies In Tokyo Amid Coronavirus Fears

Zombies In Tokyo Amid Coronavirus Fears
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An actor dressed as a zombie is seen before their performance at a drive-in haunted house show by Kowagarasetai, for people inside a car in order to maintain social distancing amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at a garage in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading »

Amazing Photographs Of Carrie Fisher On A Fire Escape In New York City, 1977

Amazing Photographs Of Carrie Fisher On A Fire Escape In New York City, 1977

Here are some rare moments of Carrie Fisher at her home in New York City in 1977. The actress, best known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars series, called the Big Apple home in the late 1970s and early 1980s while she was coupled with musician Paul Simon. Continue reading »

This House Is Currently Listed for $828K In Queens, NY Right Now

This House Is Currently Listed for 8K In Queens, NY Right Now

You might be thinking, “that looks quite nice!”. I thought that too, but then I ventured into the photo gallery to get a look at the interior and oh noooooooooo. Continue reading »

Russian Couple Build Pyramid Of Giza Replica In Their Rural Backyard

Russian Couple Build Pyramid Of Giza Replica In Their Rural Backyard
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A couple from Istinka, a small village located 12 kilometres outside St Petersburg, Russia, have built a concrete replica of the Great Pyramid of Giza right in their own backyard. Continue reading »

Russian Soul In A Nutshell: Honest Photography By Dmitry Markov

Russian Soul In A Nutshell: Honest Photography By Dmitry Markov

Some photos by Dmitry Markov that evoke both joy and sadness. Most of them are just random moments of life caught by Dmirtry’s iPhone 7. Since 2007 to 2012 Dmitry was working in a public organization “Rostok” supporting orphan children and now his photography is also aimed to draw attention to the hardships of boarding school graduates. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Creates Funny Photoshop Mashups Between The Hollywood Characters And Classic Soviet Movies

Russian Artist Creates Funny Photoshop Mashups Between The Hollywood Characters And Classic Soviet Movies

Kazan-based artist ‘Klod Mande’ created a funny mashups. He made collages where Hollywood characters and public figures were placed in scenes from Soviet movies and Russian realities. And vice versa, too. Perfect! Continue reading »

Lovely Vintage Photos Capture People With Their Cats In The Early 20th Century

Lovely Vintage Photos Capture People With Their Cats In The Early 20th Century

Along with dog, cat has not only been a favorite pet of humans since long time ago, but also a close friend. These lovely photos captured people posing with their cats over 100 years ago. Continue reading »

Brilliant Book Dedications

Brilliant Book Dedications

Instead of writing boring, generic book dedications, these authors decided to make theirs as funny and creative as possible. Enjoy! Continue reading »

The Best Of Black Lives Matter Protest Signs

The Best Of Black Lives Matter Protest Signs

These people are not only fighting against racism, but also added a bit of humor and creativity into their protest signs. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos From The World Sports Photography Awards 2020

Nothing captures the emotion of sports like photography!

World Sport Photography Awards is created by a unique partnership between Twelfthman, the leading sports creative and design agency and Iconify, the awards agency behind innovative awards campaigns. Together we represent the best of sports and awards campaign design and thinking.

Spectacular Winning Photos From The World Sports Photography Awards 2020
Overall winner. Anthony Joshua (right) punches Andy Ruiz Jr during their world heavyweight title fight in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images) Continue reading »

Beyound The Postmodern Kitch: World’s First Gold-Plated Hotel Opened In Vietnam

Beyound The Postmodern Kitch: World’s First Gold-Plated Hotel Opened In Vietnam
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The newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world’s first gold-plated hotel, opened in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. It even has a gold-plated infinity pool on the roof. The 400-room, 25-storey property will operate under the American Wyndham Hotels brand. Prices start at $300 a night for rooms, or there are apartments to rent costing from $6400 per square metre. Continue reading »

Fashion Mill In Minsk Showcases Quirky Designs Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Fashion Mill In Minsk Showcases Quirky Designs Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Models present creations by Belarusian designer Anastasiya Kutepova during a show at the festival and contest Fashion Mill, amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Minsk, Belarus. Continue reading »

Felt Artist Packs Adorably Realistic Cat Heads Into Furry “Cat Frame” Portraits

Felt Artist Packs Adorably Realistic Cat Heads Into Furry "Cat Frame" Portraits

Wool-felt art is done by knitting wool fibers into shapes with special needles. In the past, we’ve seen talented artists in Japan use it to create incredibly lifelike shiba inu dolls and even gigantic wearable cat heads. Continue reading »

Photographer Josef Schulz Captures Abandoned Checkpoints Across Europe

Photographer Josef Schulz Captures Abandoned Checkpoints Across Europe

Polish-born photographer Josef Schulz has an extraordinary body of work to his name. The 48-year-old’s imagery deals predominantly with mundane man-made objects iconicised by his lens. But his images aren’t quite as simple as they first seem. Continue reading »

COVID LATAM: Latin American Photographers Document The Pandemic

COVID LATAM: Latin American Photographers Document The Pandemic
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One virus; 18 ways of seeing the world. Covid Latam is a collective project documenting the coronavirus pandemic as it unfolds across Latin America. Photographers – 9 men and 9 women – are working in 13 countries: Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cuba and Mexico to document the unfolding story of the pandemic through the Covid Latam instagram account. Continue reading »

The Paul Milinski Retro Futuristic Dreamscapes Are Serenity Manifest

The Paul Milinski Retro Futuristic Dreamscapes Are Serenity Manifest

Everyone has a “place” or at least an idea of a place where they mentally seek refuge. Perhaps in those quiet moments of daytime fantasy, perhaps simply in the act of disassociation. Until further notice, here’s where you’ll find me whenever I’m at less than 90% of focus – unwinding within the serene dreamscapes designed by one Paul Milinski. Continue reading »

Why So Many Medieval Manuscripts Depict Butt Trumpets?

Why So Many Medieval Manuscripts Depict Butt Trumpets?

Knights fighting giant snails, rabbits murdering people, countless paintings of cats licking their butts, weird elephants …and now men and animals playing trumpets with their rear ends… Medieval art is really confusing and quite random. If you have any idea why artists were so obsessed with these themes, please leave a comment below. Continue reading »

“If One Can Anyone Can All You Gotta Do Is Try”: Powerful Art Works Of Faith Ringgold, A Painter, Author And Civil Rights Activist

"If One Can Anyone Can All You Gotta Do Is Try": Powerful Art Works Of Faith Ringgold, A Painter, Author And Civil Rights Activist

Faith Ringgold was born Faith Willi Jones in 1930 in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. Her mother, a fashion designer and seamstress, encouraged Faith’s creative pursuits from a young age. Ringgold earned a bachelor’s degree from City College of the City University of New York in 1955. She then taught art in New York City public schools and worked on a master’s degree at City College, which she completed in 1959. Continue reading »

A Private Collection Of 19th Century Photographs Of Black Victorians

A Private Collection Of 19th Century Photographs Of Black Victorians

A private collection of 19th century vintage photographs owned by writer, photographer and historian, Valerie Wilmer. The collection features a most comprehensive and unique portfolio of ‘cartes-de-visite’ and cabinet cards, particularly rare portraiture of Black Britons. Continue reading »

“Everyday Train Life:” Daily Life Of Japan In Black And White Photographs By Pak Han

"Everyday Train Life:" Daily Life Of Japan In Black And White Photographs By Pak Han

Pak Han is an award-winning photographer, capturing the sublime and intrigue in the ordinary everyday life. He is most interested in photographing people, going about their daily rituals in urban surroundings. It is Han’s desire to tell stories through his photos and share his eye with the audience. Han had collaborated with numerous theatremakers and choreographers for over a decade, but he is now focusing most of his creative energy on street & documentary photography. Continue reading »

“Dancers & Dogs”: Photographer Duo Captures The Relationship Between Dancers And Their Pups

"Dancers & Dogs": Photographer Duo Captures The Relationship Between Dancers And Their Pups

Back in January of 2017, photographers Kelly Pratt Kreidich and Ian Kreidich hit upon a new idea. For years, they’d specialized in photographing professional dancers; what if, just for fun, they tried photographing some of those dancers with the dogs, using composition and choreography to capture the relationship between these people and their pups? Continue reading »

Photographer Asked 16 Artists To Draw His Portrait Photos In Their Own Style, And The Result Is Fabulous!

Photographer Asked 16 Artists To Draw His Portrait Photos In Their Own Style, And The Result Is Fabulous!
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Mathieu Sten is an experimental portrait photographer who asked 16 artists to draw his portrait photos in their style. The results are fabulous. It never ceases to amaze me how artists nowadays always strive to find different and unique ways of expressing their art. Some of these portraits are super realistic, some are cartoon-ish, some look like out of a Korean comics series, a fantasy series or super-digitalized movie animation, while others are digitally painted or completely illustrated from scratch. You should take a look below, but first, let’s share some information about the initiator of this artistic collaboration. Continue reading »

“The Horror, The Horror!”: Dark And Disturbing Paintings Of Death And Disease By Richard Tennant Cooper

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"The Horror, The Horror!": Dark And Disturbing Paintings Of Death And Disease By Richard Tennant Cooper

At one point in his life, Richard Tennant Cooper had dreams of some day being recognised as one of the best artists in the world. Let’s be fair, why not the best artist in the world? We all have dreams – but somehow life intervenes. Tennant Cooper had talent, good talent, maybe great talent, maybe not so great. What talent he showed as a young man ended with him painting signs for the AA and supplying commercial illustrations for motor magazines. Why criticise him for that, we all have to live. Continue reading »

This Teen Spent 400 Hours Creating A COVID-Themed Prom Dress Using Duct Tape

This Teen Spent 400 Hours Creating A COVID-Themed Prom Dress Using Duct Tape

Stuck At Prom is an annual scholarship contest organized by Duck Brand where the contestants have to create either a prom dress or a tuxedo using duct tape. The contestants then have to attend prom wearing their dress or tux for a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship. Continue reading »