Buffalo Horn Cupping Makes Users Look Like a Super Mario Character


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The benefits of cupping as a way to relieve stress, improve athletic performance and overall health have been debated at nauseam, but did you know cupping could help you cosplay as popular Nintendo villain Bowser, aka King Koopa? Continue reading »

Beautiful Sunny Portraits of Girls by Sam Yang

Sam Yang is a digital artist. He lives in Toronto. He has a Youtube channel, an Instagram account and a patrean account. He draws digitally. That guy focused more on the characters. Continue reading »

Photographer Makes a ‘Socially Distanced’ Valentine’s Shoot With a Few Plot Twists

If you don’t have a pic like this, are you even a couple?

According to Alexa Machado: “We didn’t let social distancing stop us from a special Valentine’s Day couple’s photoshoot!

Thanks to the pandemic, I’ve been feeling touch-starved, so I got a little creative and came up with the perfect solution! All is fun and games… until two suitors show up! Continue reading »

This Woman Creates A Gender And Race-Neutral Deck Of Cards, Can’t Keep Up With The Orders

When’s the last time you played a card game? Did you notice anything unusual with your card deck? Indy Mellink, from the Netherlands, certainly thought that something was strange. Continue reading »

Japanese Guy Absolutely Nails Anime Girl Cosplay, from Evangelion to Sailor Moon

Meet Rei, a talented Japanese cosplayer. His fantastic makeup skill and costumes are great attention-grabbing in their own right, but they’re even more impressive when you take into account that even though Rei largely focuses on cosplaying popular female characters from video games and anime, Rei is actually a man. Continue reading »

This Artist Turns His Dog And Himself Into Adorable Cartoon Characters

A well-known American digital artist named Ross Tran has over 1 million followers on Instagram and 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube. He has gained popularity by creating amazing artwork of known characters and creating step-by-step tutorial videos on how he does it. He has even worked for Walt Disney Pictures. Continue reading »

Thai Mom’s Startroopers Face Shields Protect Against Coronavirus And Villains


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A single mother in Thailand is doing brisk business out of face shields with characters from cartoons, games and sci-fi movies, hoping to cash in and promote safety for children as her country emerges from the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading »

Guy Builds A VHS ‘Store’ In His Basement And It Might Give You Nostalgia

We all love a little nostalgia. Small things that remind us of how it used to be, how things have changed over the years. One of the more nostalgic things out there are VHS tapes. VHS tapes aren’t used almost anywhere anymore, but Nick Collins found a perfect place for them by turning his own basement into an amazing ’90s Blockbuster memorial. Continue reading »

Between Street Art And Pixel Art, The Amazing Creations Of Pappas Pärlor

A selection of street art creations by Johan Karlgren, aka Pappas Pärlor, an artist who imagines pixilated artworks with his kids, inspired by the world of video games and pop culture. Continue reading »

Signs Of Life: Surreal Light-Painting Photography By Eric Paré

With a camera remote in one hand and a light-tube in the other, it only takes one second for Canadian photographer Eric Paré to shoot his “light-painting” photographs. Over the years, Paré has traveled the world from Dubai to San Francisco snapping some truly incredible photographs along the way. With their colorful and kinetic lighting, the photos take on an ethereal quality. Continue reading »

China’s CCTV ‘Twisted Doughnut’ Building Ready to Broadcast 2012 Olympics

The headquarters of China’s state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) will go live in time for the London 2012 Olympics – three years after its opening was delayed by a fire. Designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, the building known as the “twisted doughnut” was only partially opened in 2008 and was not fully operational for the Beijing games. The building, in the shape of a 234m bent tube, is situated in the Central Business District and boasts over 400,000 metres of floor space. Continue reading »

The Polynomial : Space of the music

The Polynomial is a 3D spaceflight music game with abstract, mathematically generated scenery and models which are set to the music of your choice. You fly around in a very strange universe, shoot the enemies, meet and protect the friends, collect bonuses, fly through wormholes, and so on, all while rocking out to the music.