Artist Kerri Pajutee Creates Incredibly Realistic Miniature Animal Sculptures

Artist Kerri Pajutee creates incredibly beautiful, real-looking animal sculptures that are to 1:12 to actual size. Pajutee’s remarkable attention to detail imbues each of her miniatures with distinct personality and feeling, particularly when the animal appears to be in motion, with another animal or if something else is happening, such as a haircut. While Pajutee is self-taught, she has found great success in doing something she loves. Continue reading »

This Novelty Pillow Lets You Sleep An A Gorilla’s Chest

It’s unfortunate that not everyone has the privilege of being able to sleep with the ones that they love every night or even someone else for that matter. Luckily, one Japanese merchandise shop has an answer to that problem. Continue reading »

Vintage Snapshots Of Freaky Halloween Costumes That Give You A Nightmare

Halloween is a time to dress up as your favorite character and go trick-or-treating. Nowadays, people often dress up as funny or sexy characters, but traditionally, Halloween was a time for the scariest ghouls and creepers to make an appearance. Continue reading »

An Ice Statue Of Greta Thunberg Has Been Erected In Trafalgar Square


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London-based creatives Alissa Khan-Whelan, Chris Godfrey and CJ Brown erected an ice sculpture of climate activist Greta Thunberg in Trafalgar Square yesterday (2 October). The likeness, which melted throughout the day in the sunny weather, aimed to be a “powerful representation of climate change and the plight the world is in unless change is made,” the creators say in a statement about the project. Continue reading »

These Crocheted Halloween Costumes Are So Goddamn Cool!

Halloween isn’t an international holiday, but in the places around the world where it is celebrated, most of us have had pretty similar experiences — the most common shared experience that truly binds us all together is, of course, homemade costumes. Continue reading »

Artist Makes “Porcelain” Weapons To Explore What It Means To Be A Woman

Helena Hauss is a 29-year-old French artist who was “bored and raised” in Paris, where she currently resides. While mostly known for her extremely detailed ball-point pen drawings, Hauss has recently branched out into the world of sculptures. Continue reading »

Amazing Continuous Bent Wire Portraits Installed Around the World In Interesting Outdoor Places

Dutch artist Spenser Little creates amazing bent wire sculptural portraits that he installs outside windows, attached to utility poles, bridges, and other surprising places. Each is made using one continuous piece of wire and has a story attached. Little has put his wonderful portraits all over the world to be discovered at random. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Creates Incredible Ultrarealistic Miniature Models Of The Military And Utility Vehicles

A man from Tomsk, Russia, Sergey Osipov makes toy models of military and civil vehicles. They impress with detalization and accuracy. Continue reading »

There’s A Haunting Memorial In Turkey To Commemorate 440 Women Killed By Their Own Husbands Last Year

There is a certain beauty and strength in weakness as some may say. But sometimes inequity between people brings only sorrow. Such is the case of domestic violence, an acute yet so often unspoken problem all over the world. One artist in Turkey found it so heartbreaking and important, he managed to find a way to bring it to the awareness of his fellow countrymen that just couldn’t be ignored and also beautifully commemorate those who fell victim for this terrible violence so at least the memory of those wasted lives remains. Continue reading »

Mister Global Contestants Dress In Their National Costumes And Look Like Video Game Bosses

Recently, Mister Global, a male beauty pageant took place in Thailand. The event was founded in 2014 and since its first edition over 60 countries have sent their representatives to compete for the Mister Global Title. Continue reading »

A Giant Cosmonaut Yury Gagarin Lands On A Mural Outside Moscow, Russia

Famous artists from around the world were brought to a stereotypical district with high-rise buildings near Moscow. And then they were told the buildings were a blank canvas… Here’s what they came up with! Continue reading »

Invisible Jumpers: A Photo Book Of Knitted Sweaters Seamlessly Matching The Surrounding Environment

Photographer Joseph Ford (previously) and artist Nina Dodd worked on a 1,000-hour knitting project in which various mediums were flawlessly matched with yarn creations. Ford has posted many of these photos on Instagram and many more are captured in Ford and Dodd’s full color pictorial book Invisible Jumpers published by Hoxton Mini Press. Continue reading »

Meet Hungry, The Queen Of Distorted And Surreal Makeup

The drag queen scene has increasingly infiltrated pop culture since the rise of RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2009. While the entertainment qualities of the reality show helped society accept, normalize and shatter myths about the drag scene, it’s time to make way for a new wave of innovative queens who are flooding social media with their approach to drag makeup. Continue reading »

That’s Why We Wanted To Build Communism – To Open Bottles After A Hard Day’s Work

The worker’s hammer and farmer’s sickle, was the traditional symbol of the Soviet Union (and the countries that claimed it in the years afterwards). Here it’s a really cool bottle opener.

Worker’s from walks of life chare the common bond of cracking open a cold one after a long day at work. And this novel opener makes short work of any pry-off cap. Continue reading »

Japanese Nerd And Fetish Brand Releases Gakuran School Uniform Swimsuit

Japanese fetish and design brand School Fiction has been leading the way with a fashion lineup of “sexy” swimsuits with the aesthetic of traditional Japanese school uniforms. The latest in their series takes another classic Japanese school uniform, the gakuran, and transforms it into a stylish and very convincing swimsuit. Continue reading »