The Crotch Cannon: A More Natural Way To Perform A Snow Job

Get complete satisfaction from giving a Snow Job with this Crotch Cannon!

The Crotch Cannon: A More Natural Way To Perform A Snow Job

“We love combining systems of products and techniques so people get a great result using our car care and have bit of fun while doing it. With that in mind, we’ve created this awesome strap on Crotch Cannon to make one of our favourite detailing jobs faster, easier and give it a more natural feel as well.” Continue reading »

Fashion Mill In Minsk Showcases Quirky Designs Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Fashion Mill In Minsk Showcases Quirky Designs Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Models present creations by Belarusian designer Anastasiya Kutepova during a show at the festival and contest Fashion Mill, amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Minsk, Belarus. Continue reading »

Felt Artist Packs Adorably Realistic Cat Heads Into Furry “Cat Frame” Portraits

Felt Artist Packs Adorably Realistic Cat Heads Into Furry "Cat Frame" Portraits

Wool-felt art is done by knitting wool fibers into shapes with special needles. In the past, we’ve seen talented artists in Japan use it to create incredibly lifelike shiba inu dolls and even gigantic wearable cat heads. Continue reading »

The Paul Milinski Retro Futuristic Dreamscapes Are Serenity Manifest

The Paul Milinski Retro Futuristic Dreamscapes Are Serenity Manifest

Everyone has a “place” or at least an idea of a place where they mentally seek refuge. Perhaps in those quiet moments of daytime fantasy, perhaps simply in the act of disassociation. Until further notice, here’s where you’ll find me whenever I’m at less than 90% of focus – unwinding within the serene dreamscapes designed by one Paul Milinski. Continue reading »

This Teen Spent 400 Hours Creating A COVID-Themed Prom Dress Using Duct Tape

This Teen Spent 400 Hours Creating A COVID-Themed Prom Dress Using Duct Tape

Stuck At Prom is an annual scholarship contest organized by Duck Brand where the contestants have to create either a prom dress or a tuxedo using duct tape. The contestants then have to attend prom wearing their dress or tux for a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Photos Of Young Hopi Maidens With Their Traditional Hairstyle From The 1900s And 1910s

Stunning Vintage Photos Of Young Hopi Maidens With Their Traditional Hairstyle From The 1900s And 1910s

The hairstyle is called the Squash Blossom Whorls, or Butterfly Whorls and were worn only by the young Hopi maidens to show that they were unmarried. This complex hairstyle was achieved by the maidens mother, who would wind her hair around a curved piece of wood to give it a round shape, then remove the wood frame. Continue reading »

This Woman Made A Coronavirus-Shaped Piñata For Her Friends’ 30th Birthday So They Could Get Revenge

This Woman Made A Coronavirus-Shaped Piñata For Her Friends’ 30th Birthday So They Could Get Revenge

According to Evelyne Dufresne: “Two of my best friends are celebrating their 30th birthday 2 weeks apart. The condition they gave us to celebrate them in a single birthday party was that it was supposed to be twice as epic. Trust me, it was supposed to be. But, as you know, due to the COVID-19 everything had to be canceled. Continue reading »

Giant Outdoor ‘Yoga Domes’ Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus

Giant Outdoor 'Yoga Domes' Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus
Carlos Osorio/Reuter

Sick of Zoom fitness classes? If you’re in Toronto, Ontario, a new pop-up yoga studio has you covered, offering private bubble domes for touch-free sessions, a safe distance away from other yogis. Continue reading »

This Is What Men Should Wear According To Fashion Designer Walter Van Beirendonck

This Is What Men Should Wear According To Fashion Designer Walter Van Beirendonck

Hey, gents! Are you tired of your lady getting all the attention with her fancy outfit during your afternoon promenades? Have no fear; designer Walter Van Beirendonck is here to help! Continue reading »

A Giant Red Fox By Artist Florentijn Hofman Towers Over Rotterdam

A Giant Red Fox By Artist Florentijn Hofman Towers Over Rotterdam

As part of a larger body of sculptural essays, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman introduces a monumental ‘Bospolder Fox’ to the urban fabric of Rotterdam. Continue reading »

Woman Designs Masks That Are Custom Printed With Your Own Face

Woman Designs Masks That Are Custom Printed With Your Own Face

For most of us, wearing a face mask in public has taken some getting used to. Fast forward to now, putting on a mask as you’re leaving your house almost turned into some kind of reflex. And while face masks are vitally important in these current times as they help us not to get sick, most of the people would probably agree that they’re kinda boring-looking. Well, not anymore. Continue reading »

Medics To The World: Latvia Unveils 20ft High Sculpture Honouring Medical Workers

Medics To The World: Latvia Unveils 20ft High Sculpture Honouring Medical Workers
Gints Ivuskans/AFP Photo

Sculptor Aigars Bikse has paid tribute to the health care workers around the globe by installing a six-metre-tall (20 feet high) statue of a medical worker with her arms outstretched in Riga, Latvia. Continue reading »

Thrifted Vintage Plates Made Irreverent With Typography By Marie-Claude Marquis

Thrifted Vintage Plates Made Irreverent With Typography By Marie-Claude Marquis

Canadian artist Marie-Claude Marquis gives a new meaning to antique second-hand plates with witty typographical interventions. Often irreverent and full of trending pop culture references, her one-liners address and poke fun at our society in the digital age, sexuality, religion, consumerism, and mental health. The subjects she tackles spiced up with a humorous approach make her work bold and controversial. Continue reading »

Summer 2020 Men’s Weird Fashion Collection: Skirts And Dresses!

Summer 2020 Men’s Weird Fashion Collection: Skirts And Dresses!

As you can see from this collection of outfits from various designers, the Summer of 2020 is all about the celebration of manliness! Scroll down and be inspired (or not)! Continue reading »

Japanese Art Student Creates Terrifyingly Beautiful Forest Of Despair

When you take a walk in the woods, you usually ready yourself for stumbling upon mud, bugs, rash-causing leaves and at worst snakes. Imagine shining your flashlight in the middle of the night of a camping excursion and finding this:

Japanese Art Student Creates Terrifyingly Beautiful Forest Of Despair

Scary, right? Don’t worry, the terrifying Silent Hill-esque faces you see spawning out of bamboo trees are simply the amazing but unnerving work of Japanese university Keita Motooka. Continue reading »

Dad Builds Incredible Tree House In His Garden For Kids For Just $150

Dad Builds Incredible Tree House In His Garden For Kids For Just 0

Dad Joe Rackley has created something truly special for his two daughters after building them an incredible greenhouse during lockdown. Continue reading »

This Modern Japanese Fishing Boat Designed With Graphic Motifs

This Modern Japanese Fishing Boat Designed With Graphic Motifs

Have you ever seen a fishing boat with so much style? Nendo design studio has transformed the Japanese fishing boat Shofukumaru into a true work of art. Continue reading »

Stay Safe & Keep On Dancing: The Dutch National Ballet And G-Star Present Safe Distance Ballet

Stay Safe & Keep On Dancing: The Dutch National Ballet And G-Star Present Safe Distance Ballet
Remko de Waal/EPA/EFE

Dancing together 1.5 meters apart? Let’s make it work! G-Star RAW and Dutch National Ballet join forces for a unique collaboration in which the ‘new reality’, social distancing, is visualized in an artistic way. Continue reading »

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

Thai Mom's Startroopers Face Shields Protect Against Coronavirus And Villains
Reuters

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 »

Twitter Users Share Statues That Are Better Than The Ones Protesters Are Tearing Down

Twitter Users Share Statues That Are Better Than The Ones Protesters Are Tearing Down

The recent protester-initiated takedown of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol (due to his affiliation with slave trade) has sparked much debate, forcing societies to rethink who they choose to honor through this medium. Continue reading »

Hairdresser Encourages Women To Embrace Their Grey Hair Instead Of Dying It

Hairdresser Encourages Women To Embrace Their Grey Hair Instead Of Dying It

When your hair inevitably starts greying, you’re faced with two options – either embrace it or continue dyeing it for the rest of your life. Needless to say, embracing the fact that your hair is turning grey seems like the simpler solution – but it can be a tough call. Lucky for you, Californian colorist Jack Martin is here to help you. Continue reading »

“Bestiary 5+”: Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

In 2017, the “Bestiary 5+” community page was created in VKontakte, the Russian social network. It’s dedicated to children’s work of art. An art teacher’s virtual museum consists of photos of ceramics, drawings, mysterious animals and surreal portraits. Among other creatures and subjects, there are visualizations of abstract concepts. Continue reading »

Hats For Social Distancing From Chinese Dynasty 1,000 Years Ago Handed Out By Paris Art Gallery To Visitors

Hats For Social Distancing From Chinese Dynasty 1,000 Years Ago Handed Out By Paris Art Gallery To Visitors
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An art gallery in Paris has sought inspiration in ancient China to help it enforce social distancing, by providing hats with winged extensions for visitors. Continue reading »

Incredible Living Sculpture In The Lost Gardens Of Heligan Changes Its Appearance With The Seasons

This is the Mud Maid sculpture in The Lost Gardens of Heligan, in Cornwall
Incredible Living Sculpture In The Lost Gardens Of Heligan Changes Its Appearance With The Seasons
Pete & Sue Hill

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The style of the gardens is typical of the nineteenth century Gardenesque style, with areas of different character and in different design styles. Continue reading »

Edible Anus Company Makes Chocolate Buttholes, And People Are Actually Buying Them

Edible Anus Company Makes Chocolate Buttholes, And People Are Actually Buying Them

The Edible Anus first saw the light of day in 2006 when the London artist, Magnus Irvin, made a range of them in multi-coloured chocolate to present in an exhibition. It was at the ensuing show that he met and formed a partnership with Mr Ritzema, a tall man of Dutch desent. Since then the two of them have worked together to make the range of products available today. Continue reading »