Hong Kong At Night In The 1960s Through Amazing Color Photos

1960s in Hong Kong continued with the development and expansion of manufacturing that began in the previous decade. The economic progress made in the period would categorise Hong Kong as one of Four Asian Tigers along with Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. Continue reading »

Ex-Apple Mechanical Engineers Designed DIY Surgical Mask Brace

From the statement: “To help with the global shortage of N95 masks, a group of ex-Apple mechanical engineers got together to Fix The Mask. We are creating an open source surgical mask brace — improving the sealing and filtration efficiency of standard surgical masks. But while that’s pending, we’ve come up with this DIY surgical mask brace as an immediate solution. This is just the beginning…” Continue reading »

Australians Who Leave House Only To Take Out Trash Have Started Dressing In Costumes To Do it

If you are following the rules of the COVID-19 quarantine responsibly, you probably only leave your house when you really have to. Continue reading »

Hilarious Photo Manipulations With Movie Scenes Where Guns Were Replaced With A Thumbs-Up

Thumbs and Ammo removes the guns from famous film characters’ hands and replaces them with a thumbs-up. Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude. Continue reading »

Coronavirus-Themed Street Murals From Around The World


Mumbai. Indranil Mukherjee/AFP Photo

Artists around the world are tapping their creativity to help find new ways to deal with the impact of the global pandemic. Continue reading »

Beautiful Vintage Noir Photos Of New York City In The 1940s

Smoggy waterfront skyline of New York City as seen from the shores of New Jersey, 1946.

French-born photographer Andreas Feininger moved to the United States in 1939 and started to work at LIFE magazine in 1943. One of America’s greatest photographers of the 20th century, Feininger was well-known for his photographs of New York City, which was also his favorite subject. His grand love for New York was plainly shown in numerous photographs, both in black-and-white and in color, from viewpoints all around the city. Continue reading »

Sculptures All Over The World Are Currently Being Discovered With Medical Masks Affixed To Their Mouths – Please, Stop Doing This!!

The Fearless Girl statue stands across from the New York Stock Exchange.

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Listen: there’s almost always a time and place for slapdash conceptual art, especially if it’s the product of mass collaboration. During a time in which coronavirus is ravaging the planet, causing just as much emotional despair as physical devastation, people are certainly entitled to look for creative outlets so that they can stave off stasis and boredom. Continue reading »

Russian Blogger Went On A Trip Around The Apartment During The quarantine – Repeating Photos From Real Travels

Photographer, blogger and entrepreneur Elnar Mansurov from Perm, who became famous at Instagram as a “bear-headed traveler”, suggested how his photos could look if he hadn’t left his apartment. For a small project, he reproduced some footage of his travels. Continue reading »

This Artist Draws Lighthearted Comics To Stay Sane In Quarantine

According to Alison Wong: “Everyone needs a little break from the news these days. I drew these comics after seeing so many anxiety-provoking articles and wanted to stay sane by drawing out something lighthearted from them. I’ve got two young kids (5 and 3 months!), and I am sheltering in place in California. Continue reading »

Perfect Imperfection: Photographer Documents The Beauty Of Animals With Disabilities

Beau Was Taken In As A Stray And Had The Tips Of His Ears Resected When He Developed Skin Cancer

From dogs with three legs to cats without eyes, the Perfect Imperfection photo series celebrates the intrinsic beauty of animals who have overcome adversity and adapted to a physical impairment. All of these animals were rescued from their former lives and given a second chance by kind and caring humans. Continue reading »

Spitting In The Face Of Christ: The Superb Blasphemous Horror Art Of Paolo Girardi

Surely if our meagre planet were overtaken by skeleton soldiers, leather winged giant insects, goat human hybrids, rats, cosmic storms and serpent lords, this is what it would look like. Paolo Girardi is fucking possessed with an intrinsic vision to put the most barbaric, and rusted atmospheres into carnal shape. Continue reading »

Designer Michael Irwin Perfectly Rebrands Famous Logos Just For Fun

Michael Irwin is a Design Director, Brand Strategist, and Creative Catalyst. He’s a born and raised Jersey native who is currently based in New York. He builds brands, loves sports, and strives to create simple, deeply-rooted, lasting solutions through his work. Continue reading »

These Surreal Landscapes Look Like They Are From Another Planet

The 18-year-old self-taught 3D artist and graphic designer Adin Campbell explains that for him, art is a way to express himself freely or tell a little story. Growing up, the Orlando-based creator has been surrounded by artists and was exposed to music, dance, and other art forms, so his path came naturally. Continue reading »

How Medieval Artists Saw Elephants: Claws, Hooves, Trunks Like Trumpets, And Castles On Their Backs

Imagine a four-legged beast with no knee joints that cannot lie down and has to sleep leaning against a tree. An animal with a long, skinny trumpet for a nose. A creature large enough that one can build small castles on its back. It lives for 300 years and is afraid of mice. Its mortal enemy is the dragon. It must “travel to the East, near Paradise, where the mandrake grows” when it comes time to mate. Now draw this thing. Continue reading »

Majestic Natural Landscape Photography By Alexandros Malapetsas

Outstanding travel and outdoor landscapes by Alexandros Malapetsas, a talented self-taught photographer, and adventurer from Zagori, Greece. Alexandros focuses mainly on landscapes, nature, travel, and architecture photography. He travels all over Greece to capture magical nature landscapes. Continue reading »

In 1980, American Express Teamed Up With DeLorean To Produce A 24K Gold Plated DMC-12, But Only Two Were Sold!

In 1980, American Express teamed up with DeLorean to produce a specialty car to promote their gold card. A 24K gold plated DeLorean DMC-12 was featured in the 1980 American Express Christmas catalog. A limited edition of no more than 100 DeLoreans, with 24-karat gold plating, were offered at $85,000 (about $220,000 today) each though only two were sold through this promotion. Continue reading »

This Michigan Couple Couldn’t Have Friends and Family at Their Wedding. So They Had Cardboard Cutouts Instead


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Cardboard cutout wedding guests will make for a not-so-cookie-cutter wedding as a Michigan couple prepares to tie the knot during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading »

2020 Fashion Novelties: Crocs Gloves And Ramen Handbag

So far 2020 has been a really crazy year. What better time for fashion designers to come up with outlandish ideas? Featured here is a Ramen handbag made by Rommy De Dommy and Crocs gloves made by Matt Benedetto. Continue reading »

This Artist Adds Monsters To Thrift Shop Paintings, And It’s Hilarious

Artist Chris McMahon has a passion for buying charity shop paintings and then adding monsters to them. Using acrylics or oil paints that match the original artwork, he injects scenes with some paranormal activity. Continue reading »

Bored Sitting At Home? Try To Find A Cat In Each Picture!

Sitting at home all day long can be boring at times. So here’s a little something to do: try to find a cat in each picture. We swear, there really are cats there! Continue reading »

Photographer Anto Magzan Captured The Aftermath Of The Strong Earthquake In Zagreb

The European seismological agency, EMSC, declared the earthquake measured 5.3 and struck a wide area north of the capital, Zagreb, on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 6:23 a.m. Power was cut as people ran out of their homes. Continue reading »

Meet The Russian Who Walks Around The City During The Coronavirus Pandemic – Dressed As A Plague Doctor

A man in the costume of a plague doctor walks along the Kaliningrad streets, a Russian exclave on the Baltic Sea. It is sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania along the Baltic coast. The people look at the tall, thin figure in black with surprise. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Creates Stunningly Realistic Pen And Pencil Illustrations

Talented illustrator Yuuki Tokuda is well known not only on Twitter and Instagram for his original characters that have become books and merchandise, but for his incredibly lifelike drawings. His most recent work, however, may just be his best yet. With a pen, pencil, and copic marker, the impressive artist has been blowing minds on Twitter by creating an ultra-realistic squid that looks like it’s been dropped on a cutting board, not a piece of paper. Continue reading »

Taxidermy Animal Hats: Bizarre Victorian Fashion Trend

This particular craze is perhaps an extension of the overall fascination with taxidermy, and the ways in which the Victorians pushed creative boundaries with the controversial practice. Continue reading »

Quarantine – Everyone Against The Virus: Brazil Designer Made A Boardgame About Quarantine

During the quarantine period due to the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of people are trying to enjoy at most their time at home. Some of them is reading books, watching TV series, cooking, cleaning, or having fun with video games and board games. Continue reading »