Serbian Barber Trims Celebrity Portraits On Customers’ Heads

Mario Hvala, a barber from Novi Sad, Serbia, recently made international headlines for trimming a detailed portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the back of a client’s head, but that was only his most recent achievement. He has been creating “hair tattoos” for the last eight years, and there’s nothing he can’t trim on the scalps of his customers. Continue »

Amateur Food Artist Decorates Smoothie Bowls Using Only Natural Ingredients

Vegetable smoothies are not exactly everyone’s favourite treat, but one amateur artist has come up with a way to make them more appealing – by decorating them with intricate designs, using only natural ingredients. Continue »

Russian Craftsman Makes Stunning Wooden Zippo Lighters

Many precious wood types are used by this man to create those nice looking wooden Zippos. Here how he does it. Continue »

Polish Designer Livia Clue Bringing Slavic Ethno Into Modern Fashion, It’s Great!

When you think of modern design, it always comes from same designers in the west, they promote it over the famous models and basically you get to wear and see same things over and over again. This is why we bring you a Polish designer Livia Clue that decided to step away from mainstream fashion and bring her national folk in her designs. Continue »

French Design Company Makes Awesome Arcade-Style Sofas Inspired By Geek Culture

In the early 1990s, the arcades experienced a major resurgence with the 1991 release of Capcom’s Street Fighter II, which popularized competitive fighting games and revived the arcade industry to a level of popularity not seen since the days of Pac-Man, setting off a renaissance for the arcade game industry in the early 1990s. Continue »

French Fashion ’71: Stunning Women’s Styles From 1971

While seventies fashions already were pushing the envelope – the French added their own brand of flair, and the results were off-the-charts dynamite. Here are a handful of gorgeous fashion pages taken from 1971 French fashion magazines that demonstrate the high-water-mark in groovy garments. Continue »

These Bee And Insect Hotels Are Designed To Add A Pop Of Color To Backyards And Help Tiny Creatures

Designer Boleslav Daska of DILNA HAMMER, creates a variety of little bee, butterfly and insect friendly hotels for gardens. Continue »

Hairiest Men Face Off At The 2017 Remington Beard Boss World Beard & Moustache Championships

The world’s best and most full-bodied beards have been crowned.Thousands of facial hair aficionados flocked to Austin, Texas to witness the 2017 World Beard and Mustache Championships. The winners were selected from a range of categories including mustache, partial and full-beards.


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Third, second and first place winners of the full beard freestyle Aarne Bielefeldt, Isaiah Webb, and Jason Kiley. Continue »

When Apple Was Selling Clothes In 1986

Back in 1986, long before the release of the iPhone and other Macbook, the famous brand Apple decided to launch their own clothing line with The Apple Collection, offering t-shirts, polo shirts or caps with the Apple logo, but also designs straight out the kitsch atmosphere of the 80s! Continue »

Design Duo Creates Fictional Maps That Honour Nature, Animals And Extraordinary People

DAU-DAW consists of two guys from the city of Aarhus, Denmark – Jeppe Knudsen Ringsted (DAU) and Nicolai Søndergaard (DAW). Continue »

LEGO’s Gorgeous Colossal Millennium Falcon Set Is A Mind-Numbing 7,541 Pieces

Starting on Oct. 1, Lego is releasing a brand new Millennium Falcon set that’s bound to impress any Star Wars fan. Continue »

“Refreshing Journey:” Chinese Bus Turned Into ‘Swimming Pool’

Watch this picture closely. Is that boy swimming on a bus? Well, don’t let the eye fool you. It’s just a novelty created by the bus drivers of Line 8 in Jinhua, Zhejiang province of China, by covering the buses with pool decals, making the passengers feel cool amid the heat wave in the city. Continue »

Designer Puts The “Suit” In Wetsuit With $3,900 Optical Illusion

If you thought business suits and surfing culture were mutually exclusive, you probably haven’t seen Thom Browne’s new wetsuit. Photos of the hand-crafted $3,900 haute couture item have been doing the rounds online ever since it was launched as part of the designer’s Spring/Summer collection, for being styled as a business suit. Continue »

The First Monokini: Trying To Nake The Topless Swimsuit Happen In 1964

When we think of the monokini today, we picture those fiddly one-piece swimsuits that give you awkward tan lines, popularised by the Kardashian and Hilton sisters. But the first monokini was in fact originally a topless swimsuit that exposed the female breasts, conceived in 1964 by avant-garde designer Rudi Gernreich, who predicted (rather accurately) that “bosom will be uncovered within five years.” Continue »

The Craziest, Funniest, And Least Fashionable T-Shirts In Asia. Seriously.

The line between fashion and outright insanity is pretty thin in Asia. Continue »