Angels Of Distress: The Superb Bizarre, Nightmarish And Horror Creatures By Maxim Verehin

Angels Of Distress: The Superb Bizarre, Nightmarish And Horror Creatures By Maxim Verehin

Maxim Verehin is a freelance concept artist and illustrator originally from Russia. Maxim is currently based in Canada and working as a Concept Artist for Blizzard. Continue reading »

Race Driver Ralf Schumacher Buys Classic Russian Offroad “Niva” Car

Race Driver Ralf Schumacher Buys Classic Russian Offroad "Niva" Car

German race driver Ralf Schumacher purchased a Russian “Niva” car and proudly showed in on his Instagram page. Lada 4×4 has been produced since 1977, its design was made by Valery Semushkin 43 years ago. Meantime, Russian drivers prefer foreign cars and treat domestic brands with distrust. Continue reading »

Turkish Artist Hossein Diba Creates These Creepy Realistic Recreations Of “The Simpsons” Characters That Will Give You Nightmares

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Turkish Artist Hossein Diba Creates These Creepy Realistic Recreations Of “The Simpsons” Characters That Will Give You Nightmares

If you’re used to seeing The Simpsons as yellow, four-fingered, and anything but creepy, Turkey-based artist Hossein Diba is about to change your mind. He created eerily realistic models of some of the characters from the show, and they’re exactly what nightmares are made of. Continue reading »

Face Mask: The Evolution Of Protective Gear In Photos

With the new coronavirus pandemic in full swing and amid a shortage of face masks in our local pharmacies, let’s learn something new about this (now) really precious object.

According to the book by John L. Spooner titled “History of Surgical Face Masks: The myths, the masks, and the men and women behind them,” face masks first appeared at the end of the 19th century and were used by doctors during surgery to prevent bacteria from entering wounds.

In 1910, China adopted them to stop the spread of pneumonic plague. Since then, they have been used by people all over the globe as a means of protection from air pollution or a disease.

Face Mask: The Evolution Of Protective Gear In Photos
A girl wears a gas mask as protection during air attack. Hackney, Great Britain, 1938. (AP Photo) Continue reading »

Post Apocalyptic Views: Dutch Photographer’s Lens Captures Graveyard Of French Warships

Post Apocalyptic Views: Dutch Photographer's Lens Captures Graveyard Of French Warships

While the international community remains indoors due to lockdowns, photographer Bob Thyssen from the Netherlands dug into his archives to share some of his old footage. Continue reading »

These Beautiful Yet Terrifying Surreal Pictures By Erik Johansson Will Blow Your Mind

These Beautiful Yet Terrifying Surreal Pictures By Erik Johansson Will Blow Your Mind

Erik Johansson (previously) is an artist that specialises in photography and photo manipulation. While all of these pictures are incredible to behold, some are quite deep and thought-provoking and really make you think about life and the world we live in. Continue reading »

Superb Whimsical Digital Creations By Jean-Charles Debroize

Superb Whimsical Digital Creations By Jean-Charles Debroize

French art director and retoucher Jean-Charles Debroize combines photographs and digital art to creates fantastic imaginary scenarios. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos Of The Notre Dame Cathedral Covered By Sandbags During The World War I

Stunning Photos Of The Notre Dame Cathedral Covered By Sandbags During The World War I

Notre-Dame de Paris (meaning “Our Lady of Paris”), referred to simply as Notre-Dame, is a medieval Catholic cathedral in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. The cathedral was consecrated to the Virgin Mary and considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. Continue reading »

Sonja Hinrichsen’s Expansive Swirling Snow Drawing Atop A Frozen Lake

Sonja Hinrichsen’s Expansive Swirling Snow Drawing Atop A Frozen Lake

Early last year, artist Sonja Hinrichsen (previously) and some 60 volunteers wearing snowshoes trekked out onto the frozen Catamount Lake in Colorado to trample miles of swirling and twisting patterns into the deep snow. Continue reading »

Working From Home Has Never Been Easier With This Office-Tent

Working From Home Has Never Been Easier With This Office-Tent

Work from home sounds like a dream for most, but, like many work-related things, it’s not easy. Sure, getting work done in bed and not having colleagues breathe over your shoulder is a convenience that cannot be understated, but it’s things like having unlimited snacking time and getting easily distracted way too many times that become serious issues. Oh, and an unavoidable need for a more office-like atmosphere develops in the long run. Continue reading »

Close Up Pictures Of Tennis Players Just Look Like People Trying Really Hard To Control Their Telekinetic Power

Close Up Pictures Of Tennis Players Just Look Like People Trying Really Hard To Control Their Telekinetic Power

Scroll down for stunning examples of tennis players trying really hard to control ball with their telekinetic powers. Continue reading »

Japan’s Mask Snood Fashionably Arrives Just In Time

Japan’s Mask Snood Fashionably Arrives Just In Time

Japanese retailer Felissimo’s “Mask Snood” is actually intended to be used to protect against hay fever, sun, and prevent dry skin, but as a shortage of supplies of masks in Japan has many improvising to cover their nose and mouth, the new item is a comfortable and casual alternative to doing just that. Continue reading »

Artist Creates This Stunning Mosaic Floor Out Of 7,500 Pennies

Artist Creates This Stunning Mosaic Floor Out Of 7,500 Pennies

While being in quarantine many of us have taken up DIY projects to pass the time or try out new hobbies. If you’re looking to try something besides, crocheting, tie-dying, or puzzles you’ll want to check this artist out! Continue reading »

French Photographer Jason Guilbeau Outsmarted Lockdown To Find The Former USSR’s Strangest Street Relics

French Photographer Jason Guilbeau Outsmarted Lockdown To Find The Former USSR’s Strangest Street Relics

French photographer Jason Guilbeau has used Google Street View to virtually navigate Russia and the former USSR, searching for examples of a forgotten Soviet empire. Continue reading »

Rare Vintage Photos Of The Timberline Lodge, Stanley Kubrick’s Film Inspiration For “The Shining”, In 1921

Rare Vintage Photos Of The Timberline Lodge, Stanley Kubrick’s Film Inspiration For "The Shining", In 1921

Stanley Kubrick’s film The Shining featured a very creepy hotel that was haunted. The actual hotel used for the film was represented by Timberline Lodge at Mt. Hood in Oregon and was named the fictional ‘Overlook Hotel’. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos Show What Disney Princesses Would Look Like If They Were African American

Stunning Photos Show What Disney Princesses Would Look Like If They Were African American

Hairstylist LaChanda Gatson decided to redefine the image of a traditional princess in a stunning photo series that showcase elegant, colorful and brave African American princesses. Continue reading »

Photographer Mitch Rouse Captures Beautiful Patterns Of Farmland From Above

Photographer Mitch Rouse Captures Beautiful Patterns Of Farmland From Above

The beautiful work of Wyoming-based photographer Mitch Rouse is bound to inspire reverie with its immersive collection of colors, patterns, and compositions. Continue reading »

Photographers Turn Their Homes Into Cameras To Portray Life During Coronavirus Times

Photographers Turn Their Homes Into Cameras To Portray Life During Coronavirus Times

While staying at home, many photographers turned their houses and flats into studios. In fact, some of them even turned them into cameras! Brazilian photographer Bruno Alencastro turned the “camera obscura room” concept into a fantastic collaborative project. Continue reading »

Arists Create A Home-Grown Biodegradable Mask From Bacteria

Arists Create A Home-Grown Biodegradable Mask From Bacteria

Garrett Benisch and Elizabeth Bridges of Sum Studio have created a microbial cellulose face mask that you can actually… grow in your own kitchen. Continue reading »

“The Book Of Bunny Suicides”: Hilariously Dark Cartoon Series By Andy Riley

"The Book Of Bunny Suicides": Hilariously Dark Cartoon Series By Andy Riley

Featured below are some of the best examples from Andy Riley’s hilariously dark and twisted cartoon series about bunnies that are tirelessly trying to kill themselves. In case you’re easily offended, you probably shouldn’t scroll down. Everyone else – enjoy! Continue reading »

When Renaissance Artists Were Really Bad At Drawing Babies

When Renaissance Artists Were Really Bad At Drawing Babies

The Renaissance artists repeatedly did something that we balk at today – they painted children like miniaturized old men. This was probably due to the fact that the concept of childhood is a relatively recent trend in history, but in some 15th and 16th century works, it looks like the painter never laid eyes on a baby. Continue reading »

Incredible Futuristic-Looking 1939 Duesenberg Coupe Simone Midnight Ghost

Incredible Futuristic-Looking 1939 Duesenberg Coupe Simone Midnight Ghost

Duesenberg ceased production in 1937 after Cord’s financial empire collapsed. However, between 1937 and 1940, one automobile put the final touch to this historical marque. It it took three years to complete both the tailor-made interior and futuristic body. Continue reading »

Colorado-Based Artist Stefanie Hook Makes Harry Potter Face Masks That Reveal The Marauder’s Map When You Breathe

Colorado-Based Artist Stefanie Hook Makes Harry Potter Face Masks That Reveal The Marauder’s Map When You Breathe

Colorado-based artist Stefanie Hook sells hand-sewn creations online through her company CPEX. She became a TikTok sensation after posting a video of herself wearing a black mask that changed color and revealed the Marauder’s Map from “Harry Potter” as she breathed. Continue reading »

Incredible Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Jésus Moròn

Incredible Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Jésus Moròn

Jésus Porras Morón born in Málaga (Spain) in 1984. He has exhibited in galleries over Spain and selected internationally. Won some awards in some art contests and online Competitions. Starting with oil painting and finally, trying the hyperrealism drawing with pencil graphite. Continue reading »

Professor And Microminiaturist Anatoly Konenko Creates A Tiny Protective Mask For Grasshopper

Professor And Microminiaturist Anatoly Konenko Creates A Tiny Protective Mask For Grasshopper
Yevgeny Sofiychuk/TASS

Mini-masks about the size of a rice grain are made of a special high-density medical fabric with a built-in air filter. Continue reading »