Craftsman Makes An Incredible Stained Glass Octopus Chandeliers

Mason Parker of Mason’s Creations has created a spectacular stained glass octopus chandelier. The cephalopod chandelier measures about four feet across, and the body and arms can be lit separately or simultaneously. Continue reading »

Cool Transformations Of People In The Hands Of The Russian Stylist

Stylist from Moscow Alexandr Rogov shows some of his works. He proves that any man or woman may look absolutely different. Those people who give up on their appearance should simply come to a professional. Continue reading »

Wrapper’s Delight: The Artist Using Luxury Bags As Raw Material

Taking apart vintage Louis Vuitton luggage might seem like fashion sacrilege, but to Sarah Coleman, it’s the building blocks of art in the making. Born and raised in Manhattan, the 30-year-old artist has made a name for herself by reupholstering furniture with material sourced from Vuitton luggage, and now she’s taking on ever-more ambitious projects. Continue reading »

This Guy Hilariously Captions The Weirdest Construction Fails He Finds

Trevor Lahey, AKA Greaseball1987, claims to be a Certified Caulk Installer who charges $17.40/hour with no negotiations and once you see his masterpieces, you’ll quickly see why he’s worth the price. Well, for the laughs at least. Continue reading »

Artist Brings Old Watch Parts To Life With Awesome Steampunk Sculptures

It’s often the discarded and what’s thought to be of no use that ends up providing that little extra something special. Continue reading »

Greg Olijnyk Creates Incredible Cardboard Sculptures Inspired By Steampunk And Sci-Fi

To balance out his working life as a graphic designer focused on 2-D digital projects, Greg Olijnyk creates cardboard sculptures in his free time. The remarkably refined artworks are made with packaging-grade cardboard and tracing paper, and finishing touches added with LED lighting and glass accessories. Continue reading »

Japanese Plastic Food Samples That Look So Real, But Too Artistic To Eat

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Anyone who has ever traveled in Japan without knowing much of the language can appreciate the abundance of beautifully crafted plastic food samples placed outside of restaurants. It’s a great convenience for foreign visitors, and even if you know the language it gives you an immediate idea of what a shop has to offer. Continue reading »

An Immersive Lighting Installation Inside One Of San Francisco’s Most Important Religious Monuments

The nonprofit Illuminate and Grace Cathedral present an immersive installation inside one of San Francisco’s most important religious monuments. Continue reading »

Japanese Harvest Festival Displays Massive “Scarecrow” Of Space Battleship Yamato


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Chikuzen, Fukuoka is known for its annual harvest festival, where locals work together to construct awesome statues or “scare crows” out of harvested straw. Two years ago, the festival featured an impressive 10-meter straw Godzilla, but this year’s massive structure may have set a new standard. Japanese Twitter user Natsu posted photos that have anime fans excited for the festival, revealing a giant Space Battleship Yamato scarecrow! Continue reading »

Japanese Students Build Massive Boat Made Of Handmade Sweets

600 cookies (each half the size of a standard sheet of paper), 40 muffins, 600 bread slices, 200 cream puffs, 420 leaf shaped pies, 250 tarts, 108 waffles, 200 bagels, 600 dice-cut cookies, 1000 marzipan sweets, 2000 chocolate roses. Continue reading »

Polish Artist Turned Local Tram Station Into Floral Museum


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A tram stop at Dabrowskiego Square in Łódź, Poland is blossoming with dried flowers, giving pedestrians and commuters a new perspective of the urban space around them. The local student Dominika Cebula was at the origin of the project, that she called “Nostalgia”. The idea is inspired by the traditional flowers market of Dabrowskiego Square. Continue reading »

Superb Colossal Steampunk Sculptures By Pierre Matter

Pierre Matter works mostly with bronze and embellish the sculptures with recycled objects, using welders, plasma cutters, laser cutters and grinders to shape and sculpt. “I’m a kind of salvager. I feel like a child in a heap of sand, but instead of sand, there’s a lot of recycling and scrap, full of magnificent objects.” Often, the sculptures which emerge from these scraps of metal speak to us of who we are and how our future might be. Continue reading »

9-Year-Old Kid Who Kept Getting In Trouble For Doodling In Class Gets A Job Decorating A Restaurant With His Drawings

You should always support your kids and their natural talents. And if you nurture them, great things will happen. That’s what 9-year-old Joe Whale’s parents thought when they encouraged their son to keep drawing, even though he got into trouble for doodling during class. Continue reading »

A Well-Dressed LEGO Alien Xenomorph Prepares For A Day At The Office

David Liu brought the cinematic world of Alien into a more civilized setting by building a LEGO Xenomorph officer worker. The extraterrestrial is shown getting ready to dig into another work day while wearing a snazzy pair of slacks and a red necktie.

This is Bob the Alien. Bob the Alien is a salesman. He manages a whole department. Bob works for his manager David Liu. David taught Bob everything he knows and helped him to be where he is today. In fact, one could say Bob only exists today because of David. Continue reading »

Sisters Are Taking Makeup To The Next Level And Here Are Their 30 Mind-Blowing Transformations

Sibling rivalry often drives them to compete against each other in the same activities. However, it’s quite rare to see siblings who, instead of competing, try to support each other. One of the amazing examples of it is two sisters, Charlotte and Abby Roberts, who both share an amazing talent for makeup. What’s even more impressive is that the makeup duo constantly supports each on social media by promoting each other’s work. Sister goals, right? Continue reading »