Breathtaking Moody And Mysterious Forest Photography By Dylan Furst

Insane dark moody landscapes by Dylan Furst, a multi-talented 28-years old photographer, filmmaker, adventurer, and Instagram star from Bellingham, Washington State. Dylan focuses on outdoor adventure, and lifestyle photography. He shoots extraordinary photos of forest. Continue reading »

Photographer Jun Yamamoto Captures The Magic Of Japan Streets At Night

Vibrant night urban shots by Jun Yamamoto a.k.a. jungraphy, a talented self-taught photographer, and retoucher currently based in Tokyo, Japan. Jun focuses mainly on urban and street photography. Continue reading »

Funny And Magnificent Caricature Illustrations By Tiago Hoisel

Tiago Hoisel is a Brazilian digital artist specialized in illustration works, the best known are his caricatures.

Tiago grows on the coasts of a small town on the coast carrying out the typical activities of every child: he plays football, fishing and of course he draws. At the age of 14 he discovered the world of caricatures thanks to Ique, a very famous caricaturist whose works were published in one of the most widespread magazines in Brazil. Continue reading »

“On Fields Of Death & Desolation”: Dark And Haunting Illustrations By Tony Sandoval

You don’t hear enough about Mexican artist Tony Sandoval. Well, I don’t. And I’ve looked, I really have. His stories and sensibilities are unique, his artwork stunning in its layering and animation, and his ability to mix the dark with the irreverent in a way that isn’t either cloying or mercenary makes his work accessible but not pandering. He’s been nominated for three Eisners, but there’s not a lot of excited chatter about his work. There should be. Continue reading »

Japanese Latte Artist Creates Beautiful And Colourful Depictions Of Various Bird Species

Japanese artist Ku-san is a home barista who has taken on latte art as a hobby. As the owner of a pet bird, she has combined both her passions and depicts various colourful bird species in gorgeous designs. Continue reading »

“Asylum Of Shadows”: Horror, Nightmares And Dreams In Metal Albums Art By Ken Sarafin

“Metal bands want to portray the opposite of a happy life on their album covers,” says Ken Sarafin, and the Vale of Pnath frontman knows from whence he speaks. In addition to creating the awe-inducing artwork for his band’s latest release, The Prodigal Empire, Sarafin has illustrated at least a dozen album covers for an array of acts, both local and national, including Axeslasher, Listen to Reason, Exotype, Acedia, Arcania, Blue Waffle and Voiceless Location, among others. Continue reading »

“What We See When We Shut Our Eyes”: The Superb Digital Artworks Of BakaArts

“I’m Darius, a Digital Artist based in Germany. I design personalized and creativity-focused works for big and small clients. I have a keen eye for surrealistic, modern & colorful, thought-provoking designs. I love taking on new design challenges and making your ideas come to life. I am here to solve your problems.” Continue reading »

Artist Duo Alfredo And Isabel Aquilizan Craft Dystopian Cities From Cardboard

The husband-and-wife team of Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, who emigrated from the Philippines to Australia in 2006, address themes of displacement, change, memory and community. Their large-scale installations often reflect their own migratory experiences, while conveying points of exchange and communication that extend beyond borders. Continue reading »

Famous Music Hits Turned Into Vintage Ad Posters

David Redon wanted to take music hits and treat them like they were vintage ads, that the artist was the product and the title was the baseline. We can highlight the fact that David Redon adapted wonderfully every visual code of the first printed ads. Continue reading »

“Schoolgirl Nightmares”: Bizarre And Horror Paintings By Kazuhiro Hori

The world can be a cruel place.

But in it, Japanese artist Kazuhiro Hori sees young girls as the quintessential embodiment of innocence and purity. Channeling this outlook, his illustrations depict nightmarish worlds populated by rosy-cheeked schoolgirls in distress. Continue reading »

Japanese Sculptor Shows How He Transforms Wood Into Surreal Sculptures

These surreal wood sculptures by Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki will become so much more impressive once you see how much work it took to make them! For one of his latest sculptures, an otherwise-ordinary girl with 12 faces, Kanemaki created a series of progress photos that show the sculpture’s progress from crude log to finished work of art. Continue reading »

McDonalds Opens A Tiny Restaurant For Bees


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Bee colonies around the world are dying at alarming rates. No more so than in the USA, where it is estimated the 44% of colonies were lost in 2016 alone. There are many reasons for this alarming decline, most of which are down to us. Continue reading »

Cool Pics That Show People With Technologies In The 80s

Young woman with a walkman while reading and smoking

If you lived through the 1980s, then you know it was an amazing decade. It seemed like every month some cool new technology came onto the market. Many of the most popular consumer products today made their mark in the 1980s. Continue reading »

Rarest And Oldest Porsche: Yours For About $20 Million


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The rarest and oldest Porsche of them all will go sale in August, expecting to fetch about $20 million at auction. The 1939 Porsche Type 64 was the personal vehicle of German car designer and manufacturer Ferdinand and Ferry Porsche. Continue reading »

Curious “Shiba Inu Sticking Their Heads Through Walls” Bath Towel Set Gives You A Patiently Waiting Shower Buddy

You don’t have to peruse Japanese online retailer Felissimo’s YOU+MORE! series (previously) that long to find out that they have a fondness for making products themed after funny internal images and shiba inu. One of their latest items takes the best of both worlds and combines them with shiba inu peeping out from a hole in the wall, based on the viral image below – the bath towel set! Continue reading »