3D Printed T-Rex Arms For Chicken Cosplay

3D Printed T-Rex Arms For Chicken Cosplay

If you haven’t heard about it yet, you will now. Chickens are the closest living relative to the T-Rex. That’s right the mighty fearsome Tyrannosaurs has evolved into a chicken. You thought those tiny arms were ridiculous. Well, look at him now. Continue reading »

These Christmas Boobles Are Just The Injection Of Festive Humour We Need This Week

These Christmas Boobles Are Just The Injection Of Festive Humour We Need This Week

Anissa Kermiche, the brain behind the cheekiest vases in homeware, has conjured up a selection of magical pornaments for Christmas. Get ready to deck the halls in truly mischievous style with Kermiche’s “boobles” – a bauble version of her “Breast Friend” vase and “Jugs” jug, realised in festive metallics. Continue reading »

This Year’s Incredible British Ecological Society Photography Competition Winners

Images of a jumping spider, an elusive gecko and battling birds are among a selection of amazing photos to have been picked in this year’s British Ecological Society photography competition. The overall winner of the competition is an image of a flying dalmatian pelican by Alwin Hardenbol. Hardenbol said he took thousands of pictures trying to perfect the shot.

“I gave this image the title ‘The art of flight’ because of how impressive this bird’s wings appear in the picture, you can almost see the bird flying in front of you despite it being a still image,” Hardenbol said.

This Year's Incredible British Ecological Society Photography Competition Winners
Overall winner: The Art of Flight by Alwin Hardenbol (University of Eastern Finland). A panning shot of a Dalmatian pelican in flight. The picture was taken on Lake Kerkini in Greece. (Photo by Alwin Hardenbol/2020 British Ecological Society Photography Competition) Continue reading »

Butterfly Cup: The Highly Innovative All-In-One Disposable Hot and Cold Drinks Cup that Eliminates Plastic Lids & Straws

Butterfly Cup: The Highly Innovative All-In-One Disposable Hot and Cold Drinks Cup that Eliminates Plastic Lids & Straws

ButterflyCup is the highly innovative all-in-one disposable hot and cold drinks cup that eliminates plastic lids & straws, is easy to recycle in mainstream paper recycling (along with newspaper, cardboard, etc), is Plastic-Free & prevents splashes, leaks and drips – revolutionising the drinking experience. Continue reading »

Artist Makes A Fun Virtual Road Trip With Her Photoshopped Family

Artist Makes A Fun Virtual Road Trip With Her Photoshopped Family

According to Brynn Shuller: “I moved back home from Los Angeles to Cincinnati (thanks, Covid) and decided to take my photoshopped family along with me on a road trip. “We” took a picture in each state we drove through. Yes, I went to all these places, dressed up as each character, and then photoshopped “myselves” together to create each photo! Continue reading »

The Rhino: A Bizarre Experimental All-Terrain Vehicle, 1954

The Rhino: A Bizarre Experimental All-Terrain Vehicle, 1954

The bizarre amphibious four-wheeled vehicle called Rhino was designed by the Greek-American inventor Elie Aghnides. In the 1940s, Aghnides was watching a tractor laboring through New York City’s Central Park and figured he could combine the stability of a bulldozer with the speed of a car, and create an efficient, all-terrain vehicle. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Whimsical Illustrations Where Animals Become Puns

Artist Creates Whimsical Illustrations Where Animals Become Puns

Illustrator and concept artist Piper Thibodeau has been creating what she calls a “daily painting” every day since November 2012. With this series, Thibodeau is going for the whimsical: friendly-looking creatures and puns, and the illustrations are as surprising as they’re cute! Continue reading »

A Canadian Artist Is Transforming His Look with Extreme Plastic Surgeries and Tattoos to Fulfill His Dream of Becoming a Gothic Vampire

A Canadian Artist Is Transforming His Look with Extreme Plastic Surgeries and Tattoos to Fulfill His Dream of Becoming a Gothic Vampire

Philip Royer, from Montreal, professionally goes by his creative name, London. He works as a tattoo, make-up, and performing artist. He’s had an “obsession with vampires” since childhood, finding their aesthetic “magnificent.” Continue reading »

3D Artist Refreshes The Image Of These Artists Of The Past

Ludwig Van Beethoven
3D Artist Refreshes The Image Of These Artists Of The Past

Artists inspire other artists, hence they get a lot of tributes, ranging from paintings, to musical pieces, to busts and sculptures dedicated to them. It’s no different with Hadi Karimi, who dedicates his time to recreating some of the most legendary artists from the past few centuries in 3D modelling programs like zBrush, Maya, and others. Continue reading »

2020 Christmas Tree Ornaments That Are Actually Funny

2020 Christmas Tree Ornaments That Are Actually Funny
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If you are tired of usual boring Christmas tree ornaments, check out these beautiful creations. We spent many hours going over countless Etsy stores to find the funniest ornaments, so scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »

Vintage Posters for the Early “Tom and Jerry” Cartoons in the 1940s

Vintage Posters for the Early "Tom and Jerry" Cartoons in the 1940s
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Tom and Jerry is an American animated franchise and series of comedy short films created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Best known for its 161 theatrical short films by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the series centers on the rivalry between the titular characters of a cat named Tom and a mouse named Jerry. Many shorts also feature several recurring characters. Continue reading »

This Russian Artist Continues to Create Amazing Surrealistic Self-Portraits and Photomanipulations

This Russian Artist Continues to Create Amazing Surrealistic Self-Portraits and Photomanipulations

Recently, I came across an artist on Instagram named Alexandra Chertulova. She is based in Russia and is known for her surrealist photographs. She takes concepts that seem impossible, and uses her photographs to create their own world. Her work is very eye-catching and often makes you stop and think. Continue reading »

The World’s 50 Best Photos of The Year 2020 by Agora

‘Color can affect people’s emotions’ by @agyemanduah (Ghana)
The World’s 50 Best Photos of The Year 2020 by Agora

Here are the 50 finalist photos from the Agora photo contest of the year, #BestPhotoOf2020, awarding the life-changing prize of $25,000 for the most-voted finalist photo on the Agora app. Continue reading »

“Tales from the Graveyard”: Glorious Horror Fiction of Guy N. Smith

"Tales from the Graveyard": Glorious Horror Fiction of Guy N. Smith

Guy Newman Smith (born 21 November, 1939, Hopwas, Staffordshire) is an English writer best known for his pulp fiction-style horror, though he has also written non-fiction, softcore, and children’s literature. Continue reading »

“We Do Lockdown”: A Razor-Sharp Satire of COVID-19 Lockdown Life Packed Full of Parodies of Vintage Illustrations by Miriam Elia

"We Do Lockdown":  A Razor-Sharp Satire of COVID-19 Lockdown Life Packed Full of Parodies of Vintage Illustrations by Miriam Elia

“In Series 2a of the latest Dung Beetle Books title, Mummy, John and Susan go through an indefinite period of self-isolation during lockdown. In this solitary time, the children will be forcibly adapted to the ‘new normal’, where a joyless existence is heroically embraced to save humanity. The children will come to have no real-life friends, no education, and conditioned to see their peers as portable germ vessels.” Continue reading »

Enthusiasts Are Installing Transformer Robots Made of Waste Car Components in The City of Donetsk, Ukraine

Enthusiasts Are Installing Transformer Robots Made of Waste Car Components in The City of Donetsk, Ukraine

Robots made by local enthusiasts and employees of an automobile repair workshop are seen during installation works on the outskirts of the rebel-controlled city of Donetsk, Ukraine. According to creators, who plan to open a robotics engineering park, 13-metre and 6-metre-high sculptures featuring transformer robots were made of waste metal including car components and weigh about 4 and 2 tonnes respectively. Continue reading »

Rare Photographs of a Very Young Diego Maradona From the Late 1970s and Early 1980s

Rare Photographs of a Very Young Diego Maradona From the Late 1970s and Early 1980s

Arguably the world’s greatest ever footballer, Diego Armando Maradona has died aged 60 on November 25, 2020. The Argentinian, who had brain surgery this month, died of a heart attack, his lawyer said. The country declared three days of national mourning. Continue reading »

This Young Woman Dresses Like It’s The 19th Century Every Day

This Young Woman Dresses Like It’s The 19th Century Every Day

If you think you take too much time to get ready in the morning, wait till you meet this young woman who dresses to impress in a very unusual way. Mila Povoroznyuk from Ukraine, who is known to her fans as @your_sunny_flowers, has ditched all modern fashion trends to follow her own aesthetic that makes her look like she came back from the 19th century. Continue reading »

Scottish Photographer Has Been Photographing Ginger People Around The World For 7 Years, Here Are His 15 Best Pics

Jamie Hallam, Scotland, Born In 2004
Scottish Photographer Has Been Photographing Ginger People Around The World For 7 Years, Here Are His 15 Best Pics

Just 1-2% of the world’s population have natural red hair, which makes it a very unique trait that can become a fascinating selling feature that stands out in a crowd—or, in some cases, cause bullying for being different. If an uncommon hair color is seen as individuality rather than an oddity, we can live in a more understanding world because after all, the same DNA flows in all of us beyond borders, and here’s a testimony to that. Continue reading »

Kyoto Photographer Shows the Beauty of Autumn Through Gorgeous Foliage Photos

Kyoto Photographer Shows the Beauty of Autumn Through Gorgeous Foliage Photos

It’s the prime season for enjoying beautiful foliage here in Japan. All across the country, leaves are turning into all shades of red and orange, and it makes scenes of nature all the more stunning. Continue reading »

Mist-Shrouded Churches, Eerie Shipwrecks and Magical Doorways: The Incredible Winning Images in The Historic Photographer of The Year 2020 Contest

These incredible pictures offer a window to history that exists all around.

They are the winning and shortlisted images in the Historic Photographer of the Year Awards 2020, which were unveiled today by broadcaster and historian Dan Snow and historic and cultural travel experts Trip Historic. This year’s awards called on photographers to scour their photographic archive and ‘share their most astonishing imagery of those places which dominate our past’.

Mist-Shrouded Churches, Eerie Shipwrecks and Magical Doorways: The Incredible Winning Images in The Historic Photographer of The Year 2020 Contest
Winner: Where History Happened, Palmyra, Syria. “This image was taken before the civil war in Syria at the ancient city of Apamea. I’d dragged my family out of bed early, when it was cold and dark, to ensure we were at the Great Colonnade early enough to catch sunrise and the golden hour. I’d got my timings wrong and we were an hour early so sat around wondering where the sun had gone and waiting for dawn. It was worth the wait. I felt privileged at the time to have the opportunity to visit Apamea, but even more so since the civil war damaged some of these most impressive monuments”. (Photo by Martin Chamberlain/Historic Photographer of the Year 2020) Continue reading »

Japanese Artist’s Illustrations Dare You to Find Fantasy in Ordinary Tokyo Apartments

Japanese Artist’s Illustrations Dare You to Find Fantasy in Ordinary Tokyo Apartments

Behind the flashing lights and its constant bustling rhythm, Tokyo has an undeniable, almost mystic charm that takes a special talent to appreciate. One person who’s gifted with the ability to appreciate the day-to-day charms of Tokyo on another level is Japanese illustrator Akane Malbeni. Continue reading »

Golden Age of Facial Hair: Cool Photos That Defined Beard Styles of Victorian Men

Golden Age of Facial Hair: Cool Photos That Defined Beard Styles of Victorian Men

Beards have been around for as long as humans, but their cultural significance, associations and status has varied hugely throughout the centuries. Continue reading »

The Ocean Photography Awards Just Announced Their Finalists And The Photos Look Stunning

Photo by Nadia Aly, overall winner of the Ocean Photography Awards 2020
The Ocean Photography Awards Just Announced Their Finalists And The Photos Look Stunning

Oceanographic Magazine has announced the winners of the Ocean Photography Awards 2020, with Nadia Aly taking home the overall winner prize. Aly’s photo of an aggregation of mobula rays off the coast of Mexico is what got her the top prize. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Is Dedicated To Showing The Most Bizarre Thrift Store Finds

This Instagram Account Is Dedicated To Showing The Most Bizarre Thrift Store Finds

A thrift store is a truly wonderful place for sustainable fashion enthusiasts and those looking to broaden their fashion horizons with some unique clothing pieces. Though if you’ve ever been to one, you probably know how bizarre they sometimes tend to get. Continue reading »