Louis Vuitton Imagined A Series Of Their Muses As Protagonists Of Horror Movies And Sci-Fi Novels

For Pre-Fall 2020, Nicolas Ghesquière (a French fashion designer who has been the creative director of the house of Louis Vuitton) imagined a series of Louis Vuitton muses as protagonists of horror movies and sci-fi novels. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Photos Of 1937 Cadillac V16 Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet

This custom Cadillac is probably the most extreme cabriolet ever built. The car was originally commissioned by wealthy playboy Philippe Barraud. He wanted a custom car constructed on a grand scale and in late 1936 ordered a 452 cu in Cadillac V16 chassis through the Edelweiss Garage in Lausanne, Switzerland. Continue reading »

The 3D Artist Inward Brings To Light Sublime Cyberpunk Worlds

Inward, the Italian 3D artist brings to light sublime worlds you never thought you needed to see. Illuminated cities submerged, technological vortexes suspended in space, and dystopian style facades are among the splendorous images found within Inward’s artistic mind. A blend of sci-fi and futuristic cyberpunk, his works speak volumes through expansive imagery that seems to create a pleasant abyss for viewers to find themselves lost in. Continue reading »

This Artist Blends Digital Art With Real-Life Objects And Scenery, Creating Hyper-Realistic Images That Are Surreal At The Same Time

The body of work from rek0de asserts itself as highly distinguishable in the field of 3D motion graphics. One of the notable style choices include embedding colorful swarms of spheres into urban environments, generated with computer rendering technology. The flair is surreal in that the view from which the image or video is taken seems from very identifiable angles, as if a bystander came across such curious sight and pulled out their phone or camera to capture the moment. Continue reading »

Japan Now Sells “Shiba Inu Stuck In Wall” Toys

Back in 2016, a trio of shiba inu dogs in the southern Japanese island of Kyushu adorably peeking out from holes in a wall went viral, attracting a steady flow of visitors to the quiet neighborhood eager to see the scene for themselves. Continue reading »

Rusty 1961 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster Barn Find Sells For Staggering $800,000

There are crazy undertakings and then there’s this rusted-out 1961 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster barn find that recently sold for an astonishing $800,000 by the folks at Beverly Hills Car Club. The buyer’s identity wasn’t disclosed, but it’s safe to say that whoever it is, they’re in for quite a restoration project. Continue reading »

Use “Roadside Wildflowers At Full Speed” To Identify Plants Without Leaving Your Car

What’s a road trip without checking out the scenery? Chris Helzer, aka The Prairie Ecologist, has put together a new guide for those who want to know a little bit more about the wildflowers they see along the roadside but don’t want to leave their moving vehicles. Continue reading »

Streamliners: Locomotives And Bullet Trains In The Age Of Speed And Style

A streamliner is a vehicle incorporating streamlining in a shape providing reduced air resistance. The term is applied to high-speed railway trainsets of the 1930s to 1950s, and to their successor “bullet trains”. Less commonly, the term is applied to fully faired recumbent bicycles. Continue reading »

A Realistic Knitted Death’s Head Hawkmoth

As part of her ongoing knitted moth project, yarn artist Max Alexander created a beautiful replication of the illusory Death’s-head hawkmoth. This particular moth sports an intricate vaguely human skull design on the upper thorax, hence its descriptive name. Continue reading »

Japan’s Realistic Napping Cat Hat Puts A Purring Kitty On Your Head

Thanks to hat designer KENT HAT, cat lovers can show off their feline fondness with their latest addition: a napping kitty hat! Continue reading »

Awkward 1970s Male Fashion

1970s was a weird time. Music album covers were ridiculous, haircuts were weird, and rockstars loved really tight pants. Featured below are the finest examples of male fashion from that era. Warning: you may need some eyebleach after seeing this. Continue reading »

Stunning Interior Views Of The Central Social Institution In Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1937

The Central Social Institution in Prague was home to the world’s largest vertical file cabinet. It consists of 3,000 drawers, 10 feet high, reaching from floor to ceiling and covering approximately 4,000 square feet. The drawers are all equipped with roller bearings. Continue reading »

21 Days In Japan: Artist Recreates Scenes Of Japan Through Pleasing Pastel-Colored Illustrations

From the bright crimson of toriis and temples, to the rainbow of neon lights in Shinjuku and all the way to the distant blue of Mount Fuji—Japan is full of colors that stay with you no matter where you go. So it comes as no surprise that artists from all over the world take inspiration from this to create beautiful artwork of Japan that leaves just as much of an impression as the colors do. Continue reading »

Norwegian Artist Makes ‘Pillows’ From White Marble

Norwegian artist Håkon Anton Fagerås lives and works in Oslo where he creates incredibly realistic white pillows by sculpting blocks of marble. He uses a pneumatic hammer and other tools, and we’re completely blown away by the talent of this man. Continue reading »

Hotpants, Cigarettes, Harp Lager And Guinness – A Belfast Student Party In 1970

It’s a student party in Wolseley Street in Belfast – what would be called the University Quarter these days. It’s Christmas time in 1970 and students from Queen’s University live it up on Harp lager and tins of Guinness. These wonderful photos are courtesy of Norman Craig. Continue reading »