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Introducing Borbie: The Shave And Play Barbie with Body Hair

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Would you like to own a Barbie doll that you can shave, complete with thick, dark body hair? Well, now you can! An Etsy store is selling a unique doll called “Shave And Play” Barbie, also known as “Borbie” for legal reasons. This unconventional Barbie is a one-of-a-kind addition to any doll collection. Continue reading »

LOEWE’s “Pixel” Capsule Collection Brings 8-Bit Dreams to Life for Spring/Summer 2023

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LOEWE, under the creative direction of Jonathan Anderson, recently showcased its Spring/Summer 2023 womenswear collection, which featured a unique 8-bit aesthetic. Now, the brand has released its “Pixel” capsule collection, which reimagines LOEWE’s iconic pieces in a pixelated style. Continue reading »

Artist Robyn Rich Gives New Life to Discarded Antiques Through Photorealistic Eye Paintings

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Robyn Rich is an artist who combines oil painting techniques with vintage objects to create unique pieces of art. Her works feature photorealistic eyes on discarded antique items such as old tins, plates, bowls, and spoons. Through her artistic talent, she captures the intricate details of the human eye on these once-forgotten objects, giving them new life and meaning. Continue reading »

This Artist Crafts Tiny Forest Creatures from Natural Elements

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Sylvain Trabut, a French illustrator and artist, has gained recognition for his remarkable creations of forest creatures using only natural elements. Trabut’s passion for nature was cultivated from an early age, growing up in the countryside and observing the intricate details of the environment around him. Continue reading »

Cultivare: When a Wine Label Becomes a Work of Art

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In early 2016, the Vallformosa winery hired the Ladyssenyadora graphic design studio to create labels for its new high-end product, Cultivare wine. The winery aimed to position itself and its Doménech.Vidal brand of still wines within the realm of culture. The name “Cultivare” was derived from the Latin root of “culture,” which suggested that the wine should be more than just a bottle of wine. Continue reading »

Shrek Cake Fails: When Baking Goes Terribly Wrong

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Get ready to cringe, folks! We’ve got some Shrek cake fails that will make you want to hide under your bed. Who needs a perfectly delicious homemade birthday cake when you can have a Shrek cake that looks like it came straight out of your worst nightmares? Continue reading »

The Art of Paper Sculpture: Asya Kozina’s Breathtaking Headpieces

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Asya Kozina, a Ukrainian contemporary artist, has gained international recognition for her unique talent in creating intricate and detailed sculptural headpieces out of paper. Her exquisite pieces of art can be worn on the head like a wig, and they showcase the beauty and versatility of paper as a medium. Continue reading »

Bardula: Combining Art, Science, and Technology to Create Luminous Masterpieces

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Bardula is the artistic pseudonym used by a creative couple based in Paris, whose passion for light, reflection, and new technologies has led them to create breathtaking kaleidoscopic artworks. Since their first collaboration on several pieces for the Baccarat Hotel in New York in 2014, Bardula’s unique luminokinetic art has captured the attention of art enthusiasts worldwide. Continue reading »

This Ukrainian Designer Creates Fascinating ‘Liquid’ Glass Vases

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Kateryna Sokolova is a talented Ukrainian designer who has made a name for herself creating breathtaking vases that showcase the malleability of glass. In her “GUTTA” series for the Ukrainian design brand NOOM, she channels the rich tradition of glass-blowing in Ukraine and gives her sculptural vessels the appearance of frozen liquid. Continue reading »

Meet Debonair Heads, The Texas Artist Creating Unique Dolls Inspired by Pop Culture

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Debonair Heads, based in Texas, is an artist who creates one-of-a-kind dolls that you won’t find in a typical toy store. Their creations are inspired by beloved characters from popular movies, TV shows, memes, and more. With their collection continually expanding, Debonair Heads is a unique artist making waves in the world of custom toys. Continue reading »

Introducing La Modiste Universelle, a Fashion Magazine with Original Hat Designs From the 19th Century

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La Modiste Universelle, established in 1876, was a prominent illustrated magazine for women’s fashion. Printed on high-quality paper and adorned with watercolor, it presented four unique hat designs every month. The publication was a part of Société des Journals de Mode, which included other prominent magazines like Le Moniteur de la Mode and La France Elegante. It had a vast distribution network, ensuring its readership spanned across borders. Continue reading »

Unveiling the Creativity and Humor in Barcodes: A Collection of the Best Examples

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Barcodes have become such a mundane sight in our daily lives that we often overlook their presence. Yet, hidden within these unremarkable lines lies a world of delightful surprises and witty creations waiting to be discovered. Brace yourself for a journey into the whimsical realm of barcode artistry, as we present to you some of the most ingenious and humorous examples out there. Continue reading »

The Chicken Lamp – Art, Utility or Dumpster Fodder?

Hold on to your feathers, folks! The latest addition to poultry-themed decor has arrived, and it’s sure to ruffle some feathers. Introducing the Chicken Lamp – the egg-citing, butt-glowing work of art that has everyone scratching their heads.

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Is it a lamp? Is it a chicken? Is it a joke gone too far? That’s for you to decide, my friends. But one thing is for sure – this lamp is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Complete with feathery details and a shiny, egg-shaped bulb in its posterior, this lamp is the next best thing to an actual taxidermy chicken with the same lightbulb butt feature. Can you believe it? Neither can we. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Dreamy Installations and Sculptures Made From Secondhand Books

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Su Blackwell has always been a lover of language. The written word, to her, was more than just ink on paper; it was a tapestry of meaning, woven together to tell a story. But it wasn’t until she journeyed to the exotic lands of Asia that her art took on a new dimension. Continue reading »

Clay Artist Creates Incredible Polymer Movie Posters and Paintings

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Lizzie Campbell is a clay artist and illustrator who has a passion for creating “paintings” based on her favorite films. Her favorite genre to work with is horror, but her child-friendly style often leads to intriguing results. Lizzie has many ideas for future paintings and suspects that most of them will be inspired by horror films. Continue reading »

Unusual Japanese Sunglasses of 1966

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In 1966, Japan introduced some unique and unusual sunglasses that caught the attention of fashion enthusiasts worldwide. These sunglasses were unlike anything seen before and included designs such as “lime glasses” and “feet glasses.” Continue reading »

Hublot and Daniel Arsham’s ‘Light & Time’: A Majestic Sundial Installation in Zermatt

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Hublot, the Swiss luxury watchmaker, has recently kicked off a brand new collaboration with New York artist Daniel Arsham by creating a larger-than-life installation in the snow-covered mountains of Zermatt. Aptly titled “Light & Time”, the installation takes the form of a massive, 20-meter diameter sundial that bears the unmistakable design elements of a classic Hublot watch. Continue reading »

Dust Furries: Whimsical Ceramic Sculptures Designed to Clean Up

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Linda Nguyen Lopez is an artist who creates delightful and whimsical ceramic sculptures that seem to be in motion, as if they are about to wriggle out of the room. Her ongoing series, Dust Furries, features sculptures that appear to be cleaning up the space around them. The sculptures are designed with a variety of satisfying color gradients that complement their soft, supple textures. Continue reading »

Clémentine Bal’s Imaginary Creatures: A Fusion of Japanese and Natural Influences

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Clémentine Bal, a talented visual artist, creates captivating sculptures of imaginary animals that are sure to capture your heart. Inspired by Japanese influences such as manga, Miyazaki’s creatures, and traditional Japanese statues, her pieces bring together elements of nature and imagination for a delightful fusion that’s truly unique. Continue reading »

From Graphic Design to Fantasy Art: The Journey of Romanian Artist Silvia Popescu

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Silvia Popescu, a talented artist from Romania, has been painting since she was a child. She developed a deep love for art that stayed with her throughout her life. Continue reading »

The Existential Crisis Duck: A ‘Sad’ Lamp to Help You Sleep

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It was just another day in the life of an average duck, waddling around and quacking to its heart’s content, when suddenly a question hit him like a bolt of lightning: “Who am I?” That simple question sparked an existential crisis, leading the duck to ponder the purpose of its existence. Can a duck do more than just quack and eat breadcrumbs? Is that all there is to life? It’s a feeling that many of us can relate to. Continue reading »

Danish Fashion House and Blizzard Unveiled a Clothing Collection Inspired by Diablo IV

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Blizzard Entertainment, the gaming giant behind the popular Diablo franchise, has teamed up with Danish fashion house Han Kjøbenhavn for a surprising collaboration. The two companies unveiled a high-end, ready-to-wear collection at Milan Fashion Week, which is set to hit stores this summer. Continue reading »

STALKER: The Board Game – Awaken Realms’ Latest Creation Set to Bring the Apocalypse to Your Table

Awaken Realms, the masterminds behind hit board games such as the Nemesis series, ISS Vanguard, and This War of Mine: The Board Game, have announced their latest project, and it’s sure to excite fans of the iconic STALKER franchise. STALKER: The Board Game is currently in development, and fans can hardly contain their excitement.

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The announcement was made during a thrilling online streaming presentation, which left fans eagerly anticipating the release date. While no specific date was offered, a crowdfunding campaign is set to launch on Gamefound by the end of June, giving fans the chance to get involved in the development process and support the creation of this exciting new game. Continue reading »

Get a Grip: The Rock Climbers Coffee Mug for the Adventurous Caffeine Addict

Do you ever feel like you’re living on the edge when you drink coffee from a mug without a proper handle? Sure, it’s a little bit dangerous, but it’s also kind of thrilling. If you’re the type of person who likes to take risks (or just likes to pretend they do), then we’ve got some exciting news for you.

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Introducing the rock climbers coffee mug – the mug that’s literally made to look and feel like the edge of a rock. Now you can practice your rock climbing grip every time you take a sip of coffee. And don’t worry if you spill it all over yourself – just tell yourself you’re learning from your mistakes for when you’re hanging off the side of a real rock. Continue reading »

Animal Chaos on Your Car: 3D Decals to Make Rear Visibility a Thing of the Past

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But why settle for a boring old car when you can turn it into a farm on wheels? Imagine the looks on people’s faces as they see a pig’s snout poking out of your trunk or a cow’s udders hanging out of your rear window. You’ll be the talk of the town! Continue reading »