Playful Pictures of Marilyn Monroe Having Breakfast in Bed, 1953

Marilyn Monroe having breakfast in bed at the Bel Air hotel in Los Angeles, 1953. She was photographed by Andre de Dienes during the filming of How To Marry a Millionaire. Continue reading »

“Angelarium”: The Superb Digital Surreal & Fantasy Artworks of Peter Mohrbacher

Peter Mohrbacher is a surrealist fantasy artist based in Florida who is best known for his Angelarium artworks —  wondrous interpretations of angels from various mythologies and cultures. Continue reading »

45 Comics With Twisted Endings For People With A Dark Sense Of Humor

If there were fifty shades of darkness in comics, these would be next-level dark. French art director and comic artist Rémi Lascault has been shaking the online world with his very dark jokes since 2017 and 60.4K followers on Instagram can’t get enough. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures The Unique And Amazing People Of The New York Subway

Have you ever wanted to be a model? Well, if you live in New York and take the subway, you might become one. New York photographer Andreas, better known as Mr. NYC Subway, asks random strangers on the subway if they would like to model for him and the result is quite amazing. Continue reading »

“Bikes, Broads, Beer, and Boogie”: The Great Collection of Biker Magazines from the 1980s

Easyriders magazine was the motorcycle magazines of the 1970s (with Iron Horse a distant second). Far from being just motorcycle enthusiast rag, it delivered the “biker lifestyle” on its pages. Continue reading »

“Selfish Pigs” Cartoons Show Annoying Things People Do

“Selfish Pigs” is a hilarious book by Andy Riley that show annoying things some people do. Featured below are some of my favorites. Continue reading »

“Silver Beggars” Rule the Streets of Indonesia


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Over the past year, silver-coloured beggars have been spotted on the streets and highways of many Indonesian cities, and have become the focus of local and media attention due to their shapely appearance. Locals call they ‘manusia silver’. The beggars in Indonesia have become increasingly popular. Continue reading »

“Watching the Tides Roll Away”: The Unique Upside Down Universe of Irie Wata

Irie Wata is a digital collage artist from The Netherlands. By playing with space, time and gravity she creates optical illusions that give people a new perspective on things. She also hopes to give people a short escape of reality while looking at her newly created realms. Of course, you can buy her artworks as NFT. Continue reading »

“The Edge of Evolution”: The Epic Surreal Artworks of Leandro Machado

Leandro Machado aka machadoxleao makes digital collage and surreal art on Instagram. He is Brazilian, was born in the 90s, has a degree in Business Administration and controls his own brand. Leao started making art professionally in 2019. Continue reading »

“Victorian Surrealism”: The Superb Photo Collages of Durmuş Bahar

Turkish artist Durmuş Bahar creates amazing surreal Victorian-style collages with steampunk elements. You can buy some of his works as NFT on Rarible. Continue reading »

Couple Handcuff Themselves Together to ‘Mend Their On-Off Relationship’


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Tired of occasional break-ups, Ukrainian couple Alexandr Kudlay, 33, and Viktoria Pustovitova, 28, found an unusual solution to stay inseparable. On Valentine’s Day, they decided to handcuff their hands together for three months and began documenting their experience on social media.⁠⁠ Continue reading »

“Iconic Covers”: Russian Designer Represents Famous Album Covers as Icons

Evgeny Filatov is a multidisciplinary designer & art director based in Moscow, Russia. Let’s take a look at his successful and creative attempt to transform famous classic album covers into modern outlined icons. Continue reading »

Fumetti: The Collection of Finest Examples of Sleazy Lowbrow Art the World Has Ever Known

Italian comics also known as fumetto, plural form fumetti. The most popular Italian comics have been translated into many languages. The term fumetto (literally little puff of smoke) refers to the distinctive word balloons that contain the dialog in comics (also called nuvoletta, “little cloud”, in Italian). Continue reading »

“If You Gaze Long Into the Screen, the Screen Will Gaze Into You”: Abstract Shots of Liquid Experiments that Aim to Mimic the Visual Complexity of Human Eyes

Accompanied by the music of Deri Dako, Rus Khasanov, a Russian visual artist has created a video as well as some abstract shots of liquid experiments that aim to mimic the visual complexity of human eyes. Below you can see the video and some of the shots. Btw, the video is also available as NFT on Foundation​​​​​​​. Continue reading »

“Wistful Dreams, Porcelain Memories”: Dreamy and Surreal Illustrations by Maggie Chiang

Maggie Chiang is a Taiwanese/American full-time artist and illustrator. Her artworks are inspired by both real and fictional places. Maggie Chiang’s surreal illustrations evoke a longing for adventure and the pursuit of the unknown. She also sells her animations as NFT on Foundation! Continue reading »

“Make the World Go Away”: The Surreal and Inspirational Artworks of Ioana Harasim

Ioana Harasim aka Hara is a self-taught Romanian artist who enjoys exploring surreal themes. Her inspiration comes from people, fashion, beauty, nature, art and hidden feelings. For Hara, making art is a way of finding out who she is and how much she can grow. She’s interested in projects from fields such as fashion, music and editorial. Continue reading »

“Darkness is Spreading Rapidly Lately”: The Superb Dark Photo Works and ‘Baugasm’ Posters by Vasjen Katro

Vasjen is a Graphic and Visual Designer from Albania. He has been designing Mobile Applications, Websites and Ads for 10+ years. Continue reading »

Japanese Photographer Captures Beautiful Dreamy Landscapes of Kamakura in Infrared

Kamakura is a popular tourist spot and a great day-trip from the Tokyo area. The seaside Japanese city is not only known for surfing (at Yuigahama Beach), it’s also home to dozens of Shinto Shrines and Buddhist temples, including Kōtoku-in Temple’s famous Great Buddha. Continue reading »

“The Friend of the Night”: Stunning Dreamlike Collages of a Fantastic World by Amr Elshamy

Visual artist, photographer, filmmaker Amr Elshamy has many facets. The artist creates beautiful montages that take us beyond reality. Continue reading »

Weirdly Wonderful Vintage Balaclava Knitting Patterns From the 1960s and 1970s

Knitting and crocheting seem like fun hobbies, and some people are truly talented at creating funky handmade scarves, hats, sweaters, and so on. Yet like all things crafty, there’s always potential to let your sense of humor shine and create something that is a little less practical than it is hysterical. Case in point; remember these fabulously raunchy cross stitches? Continue reading »

The Dark Pen and Ink Drawings of Richey Beckett

Richey Beckett is a pen and ink illustrator based in the Welsh countryside. He has lent his detailed and intricate line to the record covers of some of the world’s biggest bands: Foo Fighters, Pixies, Queen of the Stone Age… Continue reading »

Photographer Reveals the Beauty of Female Body in Minimalistic Monochrome Photographs

We know nothing of the Instagrammer @eme.amala, except that she paints and photographs. Between symbolism and minimalism, the mysterious artist publishes, on her digital gallery, monochrome images where objects, bodies and heavenly landscapes merge. An account that will please the dreamers. Continue reading »

“Rise and Shine”: The Superb Gloomy Pop-Art Illustrations of Bogdan Timchenko

There are no criteria for creativity, everything can be called art, declares Krasnoyarsk illustrator Bogdan Timchenko. Today he is a popular artist of both bright and gloomy pop-art sketches and posters. Continue reading »

Ornate & Highly Decorative 3D Typography by Katt Phatt

Katt Phatt shared a beautiful 3D project on Behance featuring some ornate and highly decorative design. A typographic piece which accentuates curves within typography. With the addition of 3D to further enhance the effects. The tools used were: Autodesk 3ds MaxPixologic ZbrushCorona Renderer. Continue reading »

Portraying Black Power Through Afrofuturism

Katia Herrera is a digital collage creative from the noisy city Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.

Despite Herrera being a self-proclaimed introvert, her artwork is remarkably loud in a world trying to quiet black voices. With titles like Black Woman, You Own the Moon, Earth Goddess, Forever, and Universe Protector, Herrera’s legacy will be marked by her passion for highlighting the endurance and perseverance of black folks of old and present to contrast the narrative that black skin should only be associated with slavery. Continue reading »