Realistic Pig’s Feet Pillow: The Weirdest Thing On Amazon

Hungry and tired? You can rest on this soft body pillow shaped like smoked pig’s feet! What really amazes us are the details, it looks so real… and so disgusting. You can get this atrocity on Amazon… if you’re really sure you need this in your life. Continue reading »

Capturing The Visceral Moment: Fantastic Detailed & Monumental Sculptures By Seward Johnson

Seward Johnson, the internationally-acclaimed sculptor of realistic bronzes depicting everyday people, originally began his artistic pursuits as a painter. When his wife encouraged him to take a class in sculpture, his life and and art world would be forever changed. Continue reading »

Grandfather With Vitiligo Crochets Dolls To Make Children With This Condition Feel Better

Vitiligo is a long-term skin condition in which patches of the skin lose their pigment, becoming white with sharp margins. The disorder, which affects roughly 1-3 percent of the population, is otherwise harmless physically, but it can result in psychological stress and social stigma, as well as an increased sensitivity to the sun. Continue reading »

McDonald’s Turns Billboards Into Bee Hotels

Without pollination from bees, 1/3 of the food we eat would be threatened. It is estimated that 30% of Sweden’s wild bees are threatened. A big problem is that they lack places to live. Continue reading »

Stunning Sand Sculptures By Artist JOOHeng Tan

45-year-old Singaporean, JOOheng Tan, is also known as ‘Vincent Sand Gogh’ for his mad skills in sand sculpting. In the past two decades, he has put Singapore on the world map. His creations earned him numerous international awards, and have been showcased in over 70 cities to date. Continue reading »

This Realistic Lettuce Notepad Is Great For Jotting Down Fresh Ideas

Are you still writing notes and reminders on square note pads? Do you love fresh lettuce? If you’re in the middle of that Venn diagram, then you may want to add this cool product to your grocery list. Continue reading »

The Moscow Girl Turned Her Small Flat Into A Baroque Palace

Aelita, a girl from Moscow, turned her 1-roomed 36 m2 (387 ft2) flat into a royal palace in the baroque style. She ordered furniture from Italy and though it was rather expensive, the girl admits it lacks comfort. Continue reading »

Apple Fans Think New iPhones Resemble Shavers, Among Other Hilarious Things


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On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its new iPhones, all of which have extra cameras.

This year’s lineup features the iPhone 11, iPhone Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Aside from the amazing new qualities and long battery life of the new range, the iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-lens camera has caught the most attention between social media users. Continue reading »

Cosplay Artist Creates Shoes And Boots In The Shape Of Animal Hooves

We’ve seen many amazing cosplays that make it hard for us to distinguish whether they’re real or just someone wearing costumes and fashion accessories to masterfully copy a specific character or a person. Originally coined in Japan in 1984, this already wildly-known performance art has captured millions of hearts and created a vivid subculture all around the world. Continue reading »

Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux Creates A Colorful Installation Made Of 140,000 Pieces Of Paper

Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux recently hung 140,000 pieces of paper from the ceiling to create rainbow passageways in celebration of a Japanese soft drink company’s centennial. Each piece of paper is cut in the form of a symbol from the Japanese writing system, hiragana. The colorful installation, titled “Universe of Words,” opened this summer during the Tanabata Festival and was inspired by the tradition of writing wishes on paper and hanging them from bamboo branches. Continue reading »

Artist Smashes Glass Storefront With A Hammer And Creates Amazing Art

Simon Berger is an artist who recently chose a rather non-traditional medium for his art. Instead of using paper and pen, the artist chose something more extreme – a glass storefront and a hammer. And no, the Simon did not break open the glass storefront to steal some art supplies. The glass was his canvas and the hammer was his brush. Continue reading »

Who Needs Louis Vuitton When This Chicken Bag Exists?!

Show your significant other how much you love her by giving her the Chicken Bag! It will prove that you really care about her and also have an amazing sense of fashion, plus you’ll show her how great your are with your finances as you will save so much money not buying her a Versace or a Louis Vuitton bag. Scroll down to see the happy owners who already have this beautiful thing in their lives! Continue reading »

This Pennywise Balloon Lamp Is Adding A Terrifying Twist To Your Usual Home Decor

Are you a demonic, drain-dwelling ancient clown looking to hurt some children in Derry, Maine roughly every 27 years? Oh, thank goodness you’re not. Sorry, it’s nothing personal. We have to check these things, we don’t want these lamps getting into the wrong hands. Continue reading »

Upgrade Plain Cosplay Wear With Collars, Cuffs, Headbands & Wigs Proposed By Sakura Nanase

If you enjoy cosplaying and cosplay photo shoots, have you ever had the feeling that something was missing from your look? Have you ever thought: “If only I could add something extra to make it all come together?” If you have, then you may be interested in a cosplay accessory collection called #コスプレをする時によく見るアレ kosupure wo suru toki ni yoku miru are, which translates to “Those things you often see in cosplay.” Continue reading »

Sophie Prestigiacomo’s ‘Homo Algus’ Invites Swamp Creatures Out Of The Wild

Sculptor Sophie Prestigiacomo reflects our ongoing and tense dialogue with nature with her swamp creatures in the Marshes Nature Reserve of Séné in the Gulf of Morbihan in France. It began with two mysterious beings a few years ago, and after they departed, a recent crowdfunding campaign to bring eight total to the reserve. Or as the campaign stated (as translated from French): “more numerous, more curious and probably convinced by the first visit of their two ambassadors, there was a relationship tie with the human species.” Continue reading »