These Women Let Hairdresser Kristina Katsabina Cut Their Long Hair And Did Not Regret It

Anyone who has ever had long hair will tell you that it can be a real nuisance. It constantly gets tangled, caught on things, and worst of all, dips into food when you’re eating it. That’s why it’s no surprise that some people get tired of fighting their long hair and choose to cut it short – and that’s where Moscow-based hairstylist Kristina Katsabina comes into play. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Comics Full Of Puns And Funny Twists

Life can get boring pretty quick if you never take a moment to have a little laugh. And why not take that moment right now and read some short and hilarious “Wheat Comics” by artist Michael Crozier that we prepared for you today. Continue reading »

The Ultra-Realistic, Three-Dimensional Paintings of CJ Hendry

CJ Hendry is a talented artist whose detailed three-dimensional pencil drawings are virtually indistinguishable from high-definition photographs or computer-generated images. Continue reading »

Amazing Behind the Scenes Photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, 1984

When The Terminator hit theaters on October 26, 1984, it took the world by storm. James Cameron’s futuristic thriller redefined both the post-apocalyptic and time-travel sub-genres, while introducing fascinating concepts about the dangers of modern technology. It also cemented Arnold Schwarzenegger’s status as one of the biggest action icons of the 1980s and beyond. Continue reading »

Vintage Photos of Cars During Winter in the 1950s and ’60s

1950s and 1960s cars in Portland, Maine

1950s cars were some of the most classic, powerful and unsafe cars ever driven. The modern designs and acceleration abilities were getting more and more amazing every year. The auto industry was starting to experiment with a new concept called a “sports car.” By the end of the 50s, Americans fell in love with the sports car. After all, the 50s gave birth to the Corvette. Continue reading »

Sergei Pakhomov Creates Incredible Artworks Made out Of Pasta

Perm based Russian designer Sergei Pakhomov creates very original sculptures of macaroni – mill cars, helicopters, motorbikes, and other means of transport. Made from pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, and rigatoni, his sculptures attract attention of internet users. Continue reading »

Sculpture Artist Makes Incredible Realistic Busts of Movie Villains

Joop Bongaerts has created a host of amazing lifelike figures from Blockbuster hits including Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. The artist has been working on re-creating characters and creatures into life like statues for the past two years and has set up his own business, Joop Bongaerts Creations. Continue reading »

A Horror–mad Seven-Year-Old Girl Has Ditched Disney Princesses to Recreate Scenes from Gory Films Such as The Exorcist and Chucky

Pint-sized Coral DeGraves has modelled as over 60 characters from some of the most iconic horror films with the help of her mum, Cheyenne. The schoolgirl became obsessed with horror films when she was just two and Cheyenne was surprised to find she’d prefer Chucky to Cinderella. Continue reading »

A Pair of Back to The Future Fans Have Built the World’s First Life–sized Replica of The Time Travel Train

Mike Hutchinson, 43, and Ian Robinson, 49, spent five months on their epic recreation. Mike, who is from Bingley, West Yorks, and Ian, who is a prop builder, was influenced by 90s nostalgia. Mike, who is a mortgage advisor, and Ian, from Harrogate, Yorks, have lost count of the number of times they’ve watched Back to the Future 3. Continue reading »

“Light”: Beautiful Winning Images Of WildArt Photographer of the Year 2021

LIGHT Gold Award Winner ‘Magic Spores’ – Bernhard Schubert

These are the winners of the ‘light’ category of the WildArt Photographer of the Year. The contest features 10 themed category contests run over the first 10 months of 2021. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos Of Minimalist Photography Awards 2021

Here are the winners of the Minimalist Photography Awards 2021. Winners were announced for 12 categories. More than 3700 photographs from 39 different countries have been submitted and finally the Australian photographer, Allen Koppe, who won the title of the minimalist photographer of the year 2021 and a $2,000 prize.

Minimalist Photography Awards is a non-profit association, powered by black & white Minimalism magazine and founded by Milad Safabakhsh, which aims to recognize, reward, and expose talented photographers all around the world and introduce them to the professional photography industry.

Abstract Photographer: 1st Place Winner by Daniel Dencescu

Murmurations. This series of starling murmurations (more than a hundred thousand birds), which form abstract landscapes in the sky in a sublime musical rhythm was captured in a 120 seconds window on 1st January 2016 in Rome. I still remember my reaction when I saw it for the first time. I had to quickly take my camera and start photographing it. With this series I want to present to you the beautiful shapes, forms and abstraction of the dancing starlings, who suddenly twist and turn in the sky making beautiful abstract patterns. I want to reveal the hidden beauty of common things shown from an unusual perspective of an elegant dance. Continue reading »

Artist Duo Collaborated In Creating A Secret Thought-Provoking Art Exhibition

Leatherface, By JPS

Somewhere in rural Germany, hidden by trees in the middle of an idyllic valley, lays an old, abandoned factory. The ravages of time gnaw on the buildings, and nature slowly takes back over what was once booming industry. Continue reading »

Artist Colorizes 50 Old Photos, And It Might Change The Way You Perceive History

Keeping memories alive can be done in many ways, but photographs are probably one of the most common ones. Photos capture a moment in history, memory and serve as a reminder of how it used to be. However, really old photographs are in black and white, so it’s often hard to relate to them and see yourself in that time. Continue reading »

This UFO Spaceship McDonald’s Used to Exist in Alconbury, England in the 1990s

For many kids, getting a McDonald’s on a long drive would be the ultimate treat. And if you grew up in or around Cambridgeshire in the 1990s, you’ll probably remember getting a Happy Meal at the spaceship McDonald’s just off the A1 at Alconbury, near Huntingdon. Continue reading »

Artist Who Turned To Painting After Finishing Her Studies In Radiation Chemistry

Today, Zoya Kriminskaya lives in a small town near Moscow and devotes most of her time to creativity. Zoya edits books and creates dreamy illustrations that she sells on microstock. The first time she picked up a colored pencil was 70 years ago. However, pursuing an artistic career is not something she considered at first. As a result, she received a degree in engineering physics and devoted her time to radiation chemistry research. Continue reading »

Illustrator Creates Posters With Deep And Hidden Meanings

32% Of British Women Don’t Feel Safe Walking Alone At Night Survey Says

According to Laurie Allen: “I am an editorial illustrator that works in publishing and advertisement. The goal with my illustrations is to help the viewer think deeply about the text. Articles can be cold—merely reporting facts or sharing a story without the personal details. My illustrations allow you to understand the article on a personal level, making it easier to connect to and adding a deeper layer to the piece. Enjoy!” Continue reading »

Quarantine Life With A Cat In Cute Illustration By Annada Menon

Food Baby With Floof Baby

According to Annada: “These were made in the month of February of 2021. Several people during the lockdown were unable to travel back home to their families in 2020. There are people who were/are stuck in the city of their jobs currently working from home. With the current situation of another major lockdown in India, many will relate to these illustrations. Continue reading »

Lamborghini Athon, an Amazing But Forgotten Concept Car From 1980

At the 58th Turin Motor Show, held in April 1980, Bertone introduced a new concept car based on a Lamborghini chassis – a slightly unusual choice, given that Lamborghini was in dire financial straits at the time. The press release from the Turin coachbuilder made it clear that Bertone wanted to support the company. The name Athon, referring to the Egyptian cult of the sun, was appropriate as the car was a spider, completely devoid of a top and intended as a fair-weather car. Continue reading »

Toymaker Creates Creepy But Cute Toys

According to an artist, LeleaCreatures: “Hello! I am lelea_creatures, and I am an aspiring toymaker. I want to share some of my recent work with you! All dolls are handmade as a single copy from polymer clay and artificial fur, filled with padding polyester. I will be very happy to receive support!” Continue reading »

Artist Creates Captivating Animal Portraits From Seashells Found At The Beach

It seems that during the pandemic, a lot of us found some new hobbies and interesting things to do. Some of us learned some useful skills such as cooking and gardening, got interested in a healthy lifestyle, started doing sports outdoors, or turned to our creative side and started painting or got into DIY things. We all had to become creative since the range of activities was minimized and traveling was out of the question. Continue reading »

This Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Various Celebrities And Popular Characters

Kate Blanchett

Some people are alarmed by how easy it is to fake anything with digital means like Photoshop, and it’s hard to surprise anyone with that. But a makeup artist that goes by the name of gillianisme on TikTok shows that one can fake their identity with more “analogue” methods like brushes, mascara, and shadows, and the results are incredible. Continue reading »

Logo Designer Creates Adorable Illustrations Inspired By All Kinds Of Things

Logos are usually very simple illustrations showing what the company, person, or the product is all about. Continue reading »

This Is Supercool 3D Printed Jesus Mecha Christ Transformer

What would Jesus look like if he were a transformer? What if, when up on the cross, rather than accepting his fate and dying for our sins, Jesus had instead refused to do his father’s bidding and instead used the final dregs of his divinity to instead change into a giant robot and release murderous mechanical vengeance on the assembled Roman forces? Well, thanks to Jesus Mecha Christ, you can play out that very scenario in the privacy of your own home. Continue reading »

Artist Studies Psychoanalysis And Visualize The States Of The Subconscious In Her Bizarre Sculptures

According to Polina Verbytska: “I have always been interested in how the human psyche is arranged. I was especially interested in psychoanalysis because I believe that the most important thing in our lives is not outside, but inside. Also, I feel that there are many things inside us that are difficult to describe in words. so I began to visualize my feelings in sculpture. Continue reading »

Stunning Photo Manipulations Of Animals Photoshopped Into The Most Random Things By Les Creatonautes

Animals and plants—or nature in general—have always been a huge inspiration to many artists across the world. But have any of us ever tried to imagine what these subjects would look like when combined? Continue reading »