Either 9-5 Job Or Tattooing, This Artist Made The Right Call

The story of Alican Gorgu is similar to thousands of others, yet it’s also unique. He started doodling and drawing pictures on margins back in high-school and later dove into the graffiti scene. And after school he did what many others have – he went on to get a college degree and majored in photography. Up to that point, everything seemed to be going well, until he started working a 9-5 job in his field, and realized that he can’t stand it… He endured it for only three months and then quit. Continue reading »

Paris Just Before WWII: Stunning Photos Capture Daily Life Of The French Capital In The 1930s

Café, Paris, 1930. (Photo by Alexander Artway)

After the First World War ended. The French economy boomed from 1921 until the Great Depression reached Paris in 1931. This period, called Les années folles or the “Crazy Years”, saw Paris reestablished as a capital of art, music, literature and cinema. Continue reading »

Singapore Coffee Maker Invented A Fluffy Cotton Candy Cloud Drips A ‘Rain’ Of Sugar Into A Coffee Cup


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The Chinese coffee company Mellower has created a tempest in a teacup with their uniquely poetic “Sweet Little Rain” espresso drink. The primary feature of this concoction is a fluffy white cloud made of cotton candy that sits above a steaming Americano and melts little raindrops of sugar right into the cup. The bulk of the photos taken are from the Mellower Coffee Singapore, but there may be other locations that serve this whimsical, very popular treat. Continue reading »

“The Upside Down”: An Incredible “Stranger Things” Byers’ Home LEGO Set That Can Be Flipped Over

Fans of the global hit Netflix original series will appreciate the authentic details of this highly collectible LEGO Stranger Things toy – The Upside Down. Continue reading »

Hershey’s To Launch Limited-Edition Chocolate Bar For The Texting Generation Featuring Emojis

The Hershey’s brand came up with a new way to satisfy America’s love for emojis. For the first time in The Hershey Company’s 125-year history, the iconic Hershey’s brand is changing the look of its original milk chocolate bar and transforming each piece to include an emoji. The new Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Emoji Bars will feature 25 of the most popular emojis across six different emoji packaging designs – all designed to collect, share and eat. The new bars are set to launch this summer, nationwide, for a limited-time only in both standard size and snack size bars. Continue reading »

Photographer Eric Floberg Shoots Stunning Double-Exposure Photos With A Tilt-Shift Lens

Photographer Eric Floberg made this 10-minute video showing how he creates in-camera double-exposure photos using a tilt-shift lens, a technique he calls his “creative bread and butter.” Continue reading »

Japan’s Hottest New Instagram Model Is An 84-Year-Old In His Grandson’s Clothes And He Looks Amazing

In the age of Instagram, it is said that anyone can be a model.

Social media has given people of all ages, body shapes and races a platform to show just how fashionable they can be. One of these unconventional success stories is Japan’s hot new Instagram star called SLVR TESTUYA. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Celestial Maps And Illustrations From A 19th Century American Atlas

These illustrations are from Levi Walter Yaggy’s Geograpahical Portfolio – Comprising Physical, Political, Geological, and Astronomical Geography. Published by Western Publishing House of Chicago in 1887, the book features large educational geographical charts. Continue reading »

Someone Just Made An Epic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Lamp

While the days leading up to the final episode of Game of Thrones are slowly melting, millions of fans are still buzzing with what could be described as Thrones mania (albeit what was once a generally positive outlook became more murky as of lately). Continue reading »

Life-Size Cardboard Figures By Warren King

Warren King is an American artist based in Stockholm, Sweden who creates these stunning life-sized figures from only cardboard and glue. This ongoing project is a recreation of his grandparents’ home village in China one individual at a time. Continue reading »

Delightfully Sarcastic Illustrations Everyone Will See Themselves In

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Jean Jullienis a famous French illustrator. His favourite subject is the ways in which modern society’s increasing dependence on phones and social networks is often interpreted mistakenly as signs of a real connection between people. What makes Jean’s work so wonderful is the rich does of irony and sarcasm he adds to every image. Continue reading »

Cool Old Photos Show What School Looked Like In The 1970s

School was different back in the ’70s. Students focussed on the basics.. reading, writing, and mathematics. They also learned how to write longhand, and some of them took great pride in their “penmanship”. Continue reading »

Someone Used The New Snapchat Filter On Game Of Thrones Characters

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We’ve all seen the latest craze on the Internet that has many people downloading the Snapchat app just to see what the deal is. The new feature that Snap Inc. has implemented into their program is another face filter which has been their signature aspect for a couple of years. This time, however, it made huge waves as the app allows a person to turn themselves into a convincing version of a different gender. Continue reading »

Christine Osinski’s Photographs Of Staten Island’s Overlooked New Yorkers In 1980s

When Christine Osinski moved to Staten Island in the 1980s (the Manhattan loft was bought up by developers) she found the long-overlooked borough with a tough and rugged edge gave her a sense of liberation and escape from Manhattan. Her photographs give an insight into New York’s overlooked borough, the blue-collar heel to Manhattan’s white boot. Continue reading »

“The Owls Are Not What They Seem”: Magical Pictures Of Owls By Daniel J Nevares

Stunning owls shots by Daniel J Nevares, a talented photographer, birdwatcher, and adventurer based in San Francisco, California. Daniel focuses mainly on birds, animals, and nature photography. Continue reading »