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Tattoo Artist Creates Tattoos That Change Shape When Knees and Elbows Are Bent

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French tattoo artist Veks Van Hillik specializes in clever black and white artworks that change shape when the person bends their arms or legs. Continue reading »

Lifestyle, Surreal and Editorial Photography by Margeaux Walter

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Margeaux Walter is an American artist based in New-York. Her work is made of experimentations around daily life on a social, or personal level. Each piece is a mix of different images, often playing with the border between reality and fantasy. Continue reading »

Summer Vibes in Chilling Illustrations by Magdalena Kaczi Kaczanowska

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Magdalena Kaczi Kaczanowska is an independent illustrator from Warsaw, Poland. She creates beautiful paintings with a minimalist style and a nice balance between details and empty spaces… Continue reading »

The Coffee Poured Into This Cup Is Actually a Wooden Sculpture

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It’s hard to believe, but your eyes are playing tricks on you. The black liquid you see being poured into the cup in the photo below is actually just expertly sculpted and painted wood. Continue reading »

Superb Polygonal Paper Artworks by Ramón Ramos

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Ramón Ramos is a Spanish artist based in Canada with a strong passion for geometric paper craft. His work is inspired by old and new decorative art elements from different cultures all over the world, and through his practice he explores the possibilities of geometric volumes and challenges the viewer’s perception. Continue reading »

Truthful Office Idioms Highlighting The Absurdity Of Office Speak

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According to Nobody Famous: “I wanted to start rendering daily in Blender to get better at quickly coming up with ideas. I decided to play with common phrases that are overused in office settings.” Continue reading »

Artist Made 20 Paper Cutouts That Tell Travel And Life Stories

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According to Ana Stretcu: “My name is Ana Stretcu and I created a series called “I was cutout for this” based on paper cutouts designed to add an aww-factor to the photos I take during a road trip. Continue reading »

Björk With a Cute Pixie Cut Photographed by Herb Ritts in 1989

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Björk was born on October 21, 1966, in Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik. From the age of six until she was 14, she attended a local music school, where she studied the classics, and learned to play the flute and the piano. These amazing portraits of Björk were taken by photographer Herb Ritts in 1989, when she still was in the Sugarcubes. Continue reading »

Sculptor Josh Gluckstein Creates Stunning Lifelike Animal Sculptures

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London-based Sculptor and Painter Josh Gluckstein creates stunning lifelike animal sculptures. Animals have always been a central theme Josh’s artwork. He recycles cardboard and other discarded materials into striking lifelike animal sculptures. Continue reading »

Multimillion-Dollar Supercars Abandoned in Sobering Renders

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Never thought you’d see a Bugatti or Pagani left to rust? Neither did we. But that’s exactly what this set of sobering images shows. Continue reading »

The Witcher 3 Fan Makes Spectacular Kaer Morhen Replica Out of LEGO

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A creative fan of The Witcher crafts a detailed version of stronghold Kaer Morhen with LEGO, which including a few humorous additions. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards

A shy albatross, a skydiving kestrel and a curious galah are among the shortlisted and winning photos in this year’s bird photography prize, chosen from more than 5,600 images. Funds raised by the competition support bird conservation programs.

What’s Mine is Yours – Bird behaviour finalist
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Two fairy terns share a sardine. Photograph: Rebecca Harrison Continue reading »

Artist Makes Controversial Comics To Bring A Smile To Your Face And Perhaps Make You Cringe A Little

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According to Gaurav Pant: “I am Gaurav Pant, a Bangalore-based creator. I create short funny animated videos for the internet. Continue reading »

Pics From 2022 Beard & Mustache Championship That Showcases Next-Level Facial Hair

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Welcome to the wonderland of facial hair of all shapes, styles, and sizes, from giant beards to Salvador Dali-worthy mustaches. Continue reading »

This Artist Paints On Burnt Out Lightbulbs To Repurpose Them As Christmas Tree Ornaments

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According to David Irvine: “I salvage burnt out lightbulbs and create truly one-of-a-kind festive ornaments. Scenes range from vintage, traditional, pop culture, and kitsch. The backsides I marbled with either red or green paint.” Continue reading »

Artist Creates Pixel-Art Game Scenes Inspired By The Most Adored Movies And TV Series Of The Past

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According to Gustavo Viselner (previously featured): “What would a “Stand by Me” point and click adventure game look like? Or a “Forrest Gump” runner? Continue reading »

Artist Creates Incredibly Detailed Pumpkins With References To Pop-Culture, Movies and Celebrities

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Joey Edwards, also known as Edwards Pumpkins, is a Portland-based artist who focuses on painting lifelike portraits on intriguing canvases. Edwards displays his talent by carving beautiful representations of various fictional characters and well-known figures out of pumpkins. Continue reading »

This Super Kitsch Jurassic-Themed Cave Hotel in Egypt

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The Hotel located 10km north Hurghada and 15 Km away from the airport and 10km before El Gouna. The Hotel exterior design is in a unique and wonderful Stone-Rock-Mountain Style same the Landscape, pool areas with integrated lights and plants around the pool and in all public areas throughout 40,000m² of landscaped area, various of water falls and lighting to enjoy the charm of the place. Continue reading »

A Love Letter to The Golden Age of Corporate Kitsch

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From shimmering skyscrapers and astro-turf carpets to monotonous rows of grey computer boxes offset by dusty pink walls, the Instagram account @__________office has all of the workplace tropes we grew up seeing in movies and on TV, but didn’t get to experience ourselves. Continue reading »

Inside Outside: Performance Art in Public Spaces by Thierry Mandon

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Thierry Mandon uses the video, the photography, the performance and the installation to express the poetic character of the everyday life, to make subtle transformations, where the spectator finds at the same time tragic and comic aspects of his existence. Continue reading »

The Superb Surreal Self-Portraits by Karl Roberts

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A collection of work spanning Karl Roberts’ entrance to the photography world, created between 2017-2022 these images are visual stories that provide an insight into Karl’s life. Each image has been created to tell a story, to allow him to speak without talking. Continue reading »

Fascinating Surreal and Conceptual Photos by Dasha Pears

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Helsinki-based photo artist Dasha Pears (previously featured) creates thought-provoking images that explore themes of psychological realism. Continue reading »

The Messerschmitt KR200: A Sunny Day out In Germany’s Two-Seater Tandem Bubble Car, 1959

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In 1952, German aircraft engineer Fritz Fend (April 14, 1920 – November 22, 2000), a former technical officer with the Luftwaffe in World War 2, took his design for a Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter) to the Messerschmitt aircraft corporation. Continue reading »

This Guy Is Trolling His Followers By Drawing Their Avatars In A Funny Way And They Approve Of The Result

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Nothing’s so intriguing as to see yourself through the eyes of others. Most of the time we can just predict or sense how people perceive us. Usually, we tend to understate ourselves, when in reality we are way better than we think we are. However, sometimes the truth is way worse than anticipated and the best remedy for it is just to take a “chill pill” and laugh it off. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Japanese Pachimon Postcards With Famous Places Around the World

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Pachimon is a vintage series of budget bromide trading cards made by the Japanese companies Yokopro and Yamapro featuring unauthorized alterations of pre-existing kaiju collaged with other photographic elements. The term Pachimon itself is a fan-created moniker roughly reading as “stolen monsters.” Continue reading »