For Some Strange Reason Russians Love To Turn Their Cars Into Tanks

For Some Strange Reason Russians Love To Turn Their Cars Into Tanks

Russia is a strange place. Their playgrounds are pure nightmare fuel, wedding photos are bizarre, and dirty Russian language is insane in learning. But did you know that they are also weirdly obsessed with turning their cars into tanks? Continue reading »

Wilhelm Werner Von Zimmer’s “Dance Of Death” From 1540

In the Late Middle Ages, there were illustrated books called Danse Macabre or the Dance of Death which were used to focus the mind on life’s short stretch.

Wilhelm Werner Von Zimmer’s "Dance Of Death" From 1540

These books were heavily illustrated with pictures of Death or a gnarly skeleton fresh from the grave a-coming-up to claim both high and low. The peasant and the King were equal before Death, neither could escape its cold bony grasp. The Princess and the child were not spared. Understandable when the average life expectancy was between 30 and 40-years-of-age in the 1500s. The rich and privileged may have lived slightly longer but the majority died before forty. Continue reading »

Hilarious Photos Of Pet Antics From The Comedy Pet Photography Awards 2020

Hilarious Photos Of Pet Antics From The Comedy Pet Photography Awards 2020

From the geniuses who brought us the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, there’s a new competition that gives domesticated animals their time to shine. Continue reading »

Artist Rufina Bazlova Creates Embroideries Based On The Protests In Belarus

Artist Rufina Bazlova Creates Embroideries Based On The Protests In Belarus

The artist Rufina Bazlova turned traditional Belarusian embroidery into a political statement: she embroidered with a red thread beautiful drawings based on the protests in Belarus against falsifications at the last presidential election. The artist shares her works in a special installation account. Continue reading »

Swedish Artist Group Called Anonymouse Continues To Create Tiny Houses For Mouses The Around City

Swedish Artist Group Called Anonymouse Continues To Create Tiny Houses For Mouses The Around City

Anonymouse (previously) is an anonymous group of artists who spread magic all throughout the streets of Sweden by building these adorable mini houses for mouses and displaying them in public. Continue reading »

Slav Romance: Heartbreaking Drama Story In Ten Pictures

Slav Romance: Heartbreaking Drama Story In Ten Pictures

One romantic story in 10 powerful shots. Ready movie scenarios are all around in real life, guys. Continue reading »

This New Snapchat Filter Makes Your Dog Look Like A Disney Character

This New Snapchat Filter Makes Your Dog Look Like A Disney Character

For ages now, the spotlight has been on all of Disney’s princesses and a number of protagonists from the various animated series and movies that Disney has created over the decades. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures The Best (Worst?) Mullets From MulletFest 2020

Photographer Captures The Best (Worst?) Mullets From MulletFest 2020

You might think that the notorious mullet is a thing of the past, but you would be wrong. Turns out each year there’s a MulletFest taking place in the small town of Kurri Kurri in Australia, so photographer Craig Gibson went Down Under to capture the best (worst?) of the 2020 contestants… Continue reading »

Artist Reveals What Fonts Were Used To Design Famous Logos

Artist Reveals What Fonts Were Used To Design Famous Logos

There is no doubt that a logotype is the face of the company; that‘s why each element of some of the most iconic and well-recognizable logos is carefully thought out, even though they might seem simple. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Villains Giving Advice On How To Fight COVID-19

Artist Illustrates Villains Giving Advice On How To Fight COVID-19

While the fight with the invisible enemy COVID-19 is far from over, we need to do everything in our power to prevent the virus from spreading further. Moscow-based illustrator Anastasia Panina, better known as Anastasia in Red on her social media accounts, decided to create humorous illustrations of famous horror movie characters giving advice on how to fight the virus. Compared to other instructions on social media, these ones are engaging, humorous, and thus fun to read! Continue reading »

The New Apple Store In Thailand Looks Like A Vortex Of Wood

The New Apple Store In Thailand Looks Like A Vortex Of Wood

Tech giant Apple has unveiled ‘Apple Central World’, their newest location in Bangkok, Thailand. Continue reading »

Graphic Artist Camille Walala Unveils Les Jumeaux Street Artwork In Colourful New London Fabulous Style

Graphic Artist Camille Walala Unveils Les Jumeaux Street Artwork In Colourful New London Fabulous Style

Two pedestrian crossings and a building facade in London’s White City district have been given a new lick of paint as part of one of Camille Walala’s characteristically vibrant public art installations, called Les Jumeaux. Continue reading »

Formula 1 Star Lando Norris WIll Rock A Helmet Designed By A Six-Year-Old Girl

Formula 1 Star Lando Norris WIll Rock A Helmet Designed By A Six-Year-Old Girl

Norris held a special competition in the build-up to his home grand prix at Silverstone, inviting his fans to design his helmet for the weekend. The winning entry came courtesy of six-year-old Eva Muttram, whose father submitted a hand-coloured design on her behalf that was picked by Norris for Silverstone. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos Of The 1971 DeTomaso Pantera

Beautiful Photos Of The 1971 DeTomaso Pantera

The De Tomaso Pantera is a mid-engine sports car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer De Tomaso from 1971 to 1993. Italian for “Panther”, the Pantera was the automaker’s most popular model, with over 7,000 manufactured over its twenty-year production run. Continue reading »

Vietnamese Man Made A Fence From Old iPhones

Vietnamese Man Made A Fence From Old iPhones

Old discarded iPhones in Vietnam have found very curious use. The local owner of the house, working in a telephone service center (probably Apple), built a fence from them, more precisely, lined the wall and columns with them. Continue reading »

This Artist Draws Comics To Blow Off Some Steam During The Coronavirus Pandemic

This Artist Draws Comics To Blow Off Some Steam During The Coronavirus Pandemic

According to Mark Zukor: “Who says you can’t have a little fun during dark times? Certainly not me. That’s why, to blow off some steam during the pandemic, I’ve been making cartoons about my experience. Continue reading »

These Marine-Themed Cakes Are The Coolest Treats We’ve Seen In A While

These Marine-Themed Cakes Are The Coolest Treats We’ve Seen In A While

The Covid-19 pandemic has made vacationing in a tropical island paradise a lot harder this year, but you can satisfy your craving for tropical destinations as well as your sweet tooth with some ultra-realistic paradise island cakes. We didn’t even know something like that even existed, but it turns out some cake masters are so skilled that they can recreate a tropical island setting using regular baking ingredients, food coloring and jelly. Continue reading »

“Mersey Paradise”: Photographer Tom Wood Spent Decades Photographing The Pubs, Clubs And Bus Rides Of Liverpool – And The People Who Inhabited Them

Looking for Love (‘Anyone got any hairspray?’), 1983
"Mersey Paradise": Photographer Tom Wood Spent Decades Photographing The Pubs, Clubs And Bus Rides Of Liverpool – And The People Who Inhabited Them

Between 1982 and 1985, Tom Wood took photographs in the now-demolished Chelsea Reach nightclub in New Brighton. Shooting in the dark on busy nights, Wood evokes the noise and heat of the club through the bawdy, drunken and unselfconscious interactions of the customers. These photographs were only possible because Wood was accepted as a regular who was known to many of the clientele. Continue reading »

Vintage Portraits Of Psychiatric Patients In The Late 19th Century

A set of portraits from an unidentified psychiatric hospital most likely in France or Germany. These were taken some time in the 1880s.

Vintage Portraits Of Psychiatric Patients In The Late 19th Century

When Hugh Welch Diamond photographed psychiatric patients at Surrey County Hospital in the 1850s, he believed the camera was a new technology that could record things beyond human perception. In one way he was right; photographs could capture objects invisible to the naked eye. He was mistaken in believing that abstract ideas would freely offer themselves to the photographer. A photograph of a psychiatric patient was not a photograph of their illness. Continue reading »

Thai Woman Cosplays As Zombie To Sell Dead People’s Clothes Online

Thai Woman Cosplays As Zombie To Sell Dead People’s Clothes Online

A 40-year-old Thai woman has been getting attention on Asian social media for her ingenious strategy of selling second-hand clothes online. Since most of her garments come from dead people, she decided to cosplay as a zombie during online livestreams. Continue reading »

Russian Literature: The Choice Of Asian Girls

Russian Literature: The Choice Of Asian Girls

For some reason, Asian girls like to take pictures of themselves with books. Quite interesting that their choice is very often Russian books – classics, scientific and technical literature… Continue reading »

The Porcelain Figurines Project – The Culmination Of High-Speed Photography

The Porcelain Figurines Project – The Culmination Of High-Speed Photography

Martin Klimas (previously) is a fine art photographer based in Dusseldorf, Germany. Drawing inspiration from photographers and inventors such as Eadweard Muybridge and Dr. Harold Edgerton, Klimas uses the latest technological advancements in high-speed photography to capture a split-second of movement. Continue reading »

South Korean Artist Park Pyeongjun Creates Superb Fantasy And Sci-Fi Illustrations

South Korean Artist Park Pyeongjun Creates Superb Fantasy And Sci-Fi Illustrations

Pyeong Jun Park is a professional Illustrator and Digital Artist, born in South Korea but currently living in Meguro-ku, a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading »

From Amazing To Downright Scary, These 69 Design Decisions In Soviet Apartment Buildings In Lithuania Are Far From Boring

From Amazing To Downright Scary, These 69 Design Decisions In Soviet Apartment Buildings In Lithuania Are Far From Boring

Anyone who’s ever visited a post-soviet country would’ve probably noticed some dull and depressing Eastern Bloc apartment buildings. Designed solely for one purpose—to put a roof over the heads of as many residents as possible, as quickly as possible—these buildings are definitely not the greatest example of charming architecture. Continue reading »

When Dozens Of Whales Arrived In Small Newfoundland Town, This Photographer Took Out A Drone To Take These Aerial Pics

When Dozens Of Whales Arrived In Small Newfoundland Town, This Photographer Took Out A Drone To Take These Aerial Pics

According to Darren Hatt: “On July 22, 2020, dozens of humpback whales arrived in the small town of Sunnyside, Newfoundland. This time of year, it’s common to see them breach the water as they hunt for caplin. It’s less common to see so many arrive so close to town. Continue reading »