Meet The Arist Filling Potholes With Mosaics Of NYC Vermin

If you recently saw a construction worker filling potholes around Manhattan and Brooklyn with mosaics and thought it was a bit off, you were right. This was Chicago-based artist Jim Bachor in disguise for his latest public art piece, “Vermin of New York.” Continue reading »

Miyu Kojima Creates Miniature Replicas Of Lonely Deaths

Twenty six-year old Miyu Kojima works for a company that cleans up after kodokushi (孤独死) or lonely deaths: a Japanese phenomenon of people dying alone and remaining undiscovered for a long period of time. The instances first began to be reported around 2000, and are thought to be a product of increased social isolation coupled with a greying population. Continue reading »

2018 Has Been Scary: We’ve Got The Posters To Prove It

Inspired by The Exorcist (1973)

Cars in space, a giant orange monstrosity floating above a city, Kanye on Twitter… a turbulent series of events throughout 2018 means that there’s no shortage of inspiration this Halloween. In the spirit of the season, global creative platform 99designs challenged its international community of designers to reimagine some of this year’s stand-out moments in the style of classic horror movie posters. Continue reading »

Parked Cars Under Streetlamps In 1970s New York City

Beween 1974 and 1976, American photographer Langdon Clay documented the cars parked along the streets of New York and Hoboken, New Jersey during his nocturnal city wanderings. We are treated to splendid images of Eldorados to Cadillacs and even a Ford Gran Torino, taken during the evening under neon signs and street lamps. These gorgeous cars were more than just transportation: they were symbols of a golden period in America, where oil was bountiful and electricity was cheap. The images have been compiled into a book titled Cars — New York City, 1974-1976, a must-have for any car love Continue reading »

“Lost In The Dark And Then Gone”: Atmospheric Photography Inspired By Nature And Dreams

It’s hard not go get swept up in the work of Hadar Ariel Magar, an Israel-based photographer who finds inspiration in nature and dreams. Often set in fields or rivers, her work has a dreamy quality that can be both calming and disturbing. Photography, for Magar, is a therapeutic act that allows her the freedom to explore avenues of self-expression. Continue reading »

Couple Recreates “Alien” Birth Scene For Maternity Photo Shoot

Some couples feel like traditional pregnancy photos are too boring. That’s why British Columbia-based couple Nicole and Todd Cameron staged a photoshoot straight out of the movie “Alien”. Continue reading »

Natalia Fabia Paints Seductive And Sparkling Women

Lover of sparkles, femininity, and color – Natalia Fabia paints incredible portraits and figures. Natalia’s work focuses on the human form, mostly women, and determines to depict each and every subject with the uniqueness they deserve. Whether the oil paintings are of naked or clothed women, each one carries an elegance that is attained by the perfect mixture of different brush strokes, soft facial expressions, and chilling scenery. Continue reading »

Albania’s Graveyard Of Soviet-Era MiGs


An Albanian Air Force member walks near an old non-function Airplane (Antonov An-2) in Kucova Air Base in Kucova, Albania on October 3, 2018. Albania retired its 224 Soviet- and Chinese-made MiGs in 2005, and since 2009 NATO neighbors Italy and Greece monitor its airspace. That led to economic decline in and around Kucova, which was called “Stalin City” during the era of Communist rule. (Photo by Florion Goga/Reuters) Continue reading »

Spectacular Detailed Pixel Art Illustrations By Octavi Navarro

Octavi Navarro was born in Barcelona, Spain in 1979. The artist, who taught himself how to paint, not only illustrates children’s books, but is also a talented pixel artist. Continue reading »

“Hot Pursuit”: The Superb Retro Wave Digital Artworks By James White

These digital illustrations are from the Retro Wave series by designer James White of Dartmouth, Canada. The artist runs the Signalnoise Studio and his personal work has been published in numerous international magazines. Continue reading »

Autumn – Winter 2018 Crocheted Hat Fashion


ForestUrchin

The final piece of the outfit is generally the hat, making the fall/ winter hat trends a simple must to look into. Stay warm, be fashionable! Continue reading »

Meet Squishy And Rosy: The Turtles Have Their Instagram Followers Hooked

These pair of red-eared slider turtles are documenting their New York Life city life with lovable social media snaps Squishy and Rosy are a pair of red-eared slider turtles whose adventures in New York keep Instagram fans hooked. Here, Jess Lester takes a look at what they get up to. Continue reading »

The 2019 Australian Firefighter Calendar Is Here And Still The Hottest Way To Raise Money For Charity

The 2019 Australian Firefighters Calendar is here and these sexy dudes are back at it, posing shirtless to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation. The tradition has been around since 1993. Firefighters first began posing to raise money for research into childhood burns and they’ve been able to raise over $2.3 million since starting. Continue reading »

Stefan Koidl Continues To Create Spooky Illustrations, And You Shouldn’t Click If You’re Easily Frightened

Stefan Koidl (previously) is an Austrian freelance illustrator and a concept artist, who creates eerie illustrations in Photoshop. His works feature various creepy motives, ranging from urban legends to mythical creatures. Continue reading »

Funny Telltale Warning Signs That Humanity Is Devolving

The world remains a dangerous place, and many humans aren’t equipped to face that reality. On a daily basis, social media provides endless examples of stupid pictures, moronic Facebook status updates, and people who cannot seem to figure out their jobs. Continue reading »