Fascinating Photos That Capture Everyday Of Oahu Beaches, Hawaii In The Early 1970s

Oahu, known as “The Gathering Place”, is the third-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It is home to roughly one million people – about two-thirds of the population of the U.S. state of Hawaii.

The state capital, Honolulu, is on Oahu’s southeast coast. Including small associated islands such as Ford Island and the islands in Kāneohe Bay and off the eastern (windward) coast, its area is 596.7 square miles (1,545.4 km2), making it the 20th-largest island in the United States. Continue reading »

Moody Animal Puns That Will Remind You That It’s OK To Be Sad

Lim Heng Swee is a Malaysian illustrator and graphic designer who aims to make people smile more in their everyday lives. For his latest project, he created a series of moody animals to show that sometimes it’s okay to be sad. Continue reading »

This Artist’s Paintings Are So Realistic, You’ll Probably Think They Are Photos

Kamalky Laureano is a Dominican artist currently based in Mexico City. He creates incredibly realistic paintings of people and once you see them, you’ll quickly understand how they might be mistaken for photographs. Continue reading »

Vintage Snapshots Capture People Wearing Sleazy T-Shirts With Profane Slogans In The 1970s

The slogan t-shirt has been very important to pop culture and most subcultures around the world. All sorts of people have used this piece of cotton fabric to get their message out about all sort of things, from politics, to sexuality, to music, and to just profane humor. These snapshots from the 1970s capture sleazy tees whose words were meant to make you say, what the f*ck am I reading? Continue reading »

Snow Just Fell In Arizona Desert And Even Though These Frosty Photos Look Beautiful, It Might Be A Serious Problem


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You wouldn’t normally expect snowfall in a place like Arizona, but last week Mother Nature decided to play a little trick on the locals by covering the Sonoran Desert in a fresh layer of snow. Many locals were surprised by such an event and quickly starter flooding social networks with pictures of snowy desert landscapes. Continue reading »

Quirky Interventions By Octavi Serra Question The Rules Of Public Spaces

Octavi Serra uses the structures and symbolism of public spaces to question the systems we live with and find humor in their details. The Barcelona-based artist often engages with signage to subvert its original meaning, like forming a massive arrow pointing left with safety stickers that all individually indicate to exit to the right, or adding opposite directives to a signpost for routes to “hope” and “doom”. Serra also questions strictures of space, like adding “the road is lava” to a painted crosswalk, referencing the universal childhood game, or replacing parallel parking space lines with nonsensical squiggles. Continue reading »

Cool Snaps That Show Bedroom Walls In The 1980s

What did the 1980s bedroom walls have? Check out these cool snapshots to see. Continue reading »

Commuters Around The World Went Pantless For The Annual “No Pants Subway Ride”


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The “No Pants Subway Ride” (previously) is an annual event where people ride the subway while they are not wearing pants. The event is organized by Improv Everywhere, and has coordinators in cities around the world. Continue reading »

Before The Internet: Here’s What A Publishing Company’s Office Space Looked Like In The Mid-1980s

The July 1986 issue of a color computing magazine called Rainbow offers some dynamite photographs of life in a publishing company’s office space. The fashions, the computers, the decor — it’s an 80s wonder to behold. Continue reading »

The Funniest Anti-Trump Protest Signs

These people are convinced that Donald Trump’s presidency is a terrible mistake and are not afraid to tell it to the world via hilarious signs. Continue reading »

People Are Posting ‘Illegal’ Lego Building Techniques And They Are Actually Genius

When we are young we use games to push boundaries, however, there are some adults who are just as good at breaking all the rules. Adult fans of lego or AFOL, are people who haven’t let their enthusiasm for the building game die. While these enthusiasts respect the activity, some have gone off-map to create – “illegal lego building techniques,” and they are awesome. Continue reading »

Photographer Sabrina Boem Beautifully Captured The Monorail Cats

Sabrina Boem is a cat lover and photographer. Six years ago she adopted her first cat since then she is photographing several projects involving cats. In this series she photographed “Monorail Cats”…. oh, you ever heard about Monorail Cats? Continue reading »

“Geometrical Asia”: Minimalist Street Photography Series By Víctor Morante

All these photos were taken in India, Thailand, and Vietnam. I’m always seeking for that particular spot to make the photos look quiet, tidy and colorful, quite the contrary with the reality, those countries, in particular, are very busy. The point also of this series is that isn’t that easy to know where the photos were made, they could be photographed anywhere in the world. Continue reading »

“Beauty Comes In All Sizes!”: Photoshop Artist Jay Tee Changes The Obtuse Point Of View About Beauty Today One Pound At A Time

Women of every size should feel beautiful. Some women can’t lose weight because of a health problem or medications. You should not feel like you can never be beautiful. The same thing can happen to people who are too thin as well. Just remember: Beauty comes in all sizes! South American artist Jay Tee confirms these words with his stunning photo morph works.

“Beautiful American singer, actress, and producer Selena Gomez represents beauty in a state of primary expansion; the purity made persona. Someone was thinking about testing that 130 lbs beauty through the exposure of her delicacy to my Morph Machine. Continue reading »

“Immersive Illusions”: Dazzling Photographic Art Installations By Chris Engman

If you’ve ever been so taken by an image, you wished you could step into it, then Chris Engman is the photographer for you. Literally. Intrigued by the idea that pictures were one dimensional and unable to be penetrated from a 3D perspective, Engman played with the idea of creating a three-dimensional experience. Continue reading »