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This Instagram Account Shares Pics Of Offensive, Dorky Or Bizarre Mugs That People Brought To Their Offices

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When it comes to the nine-to-five grind, there are certain universal experiences we can all complain about. Think horrible bosses, backstabbing politics, completely senseless policies, mental and emotional burnout — should I go on? Continue reading »

The Weird and Badass Gravestones of Russian Mafia

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Following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russian mafia bosses with close government connections grew immensely rich. Continue reading »

This Chinese Brand Designs Cutest Things for Your Home

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“Founded in 2013, MUID is a brand belong Xiamen Feirong Home Supplies Limited Company. MUID products appeals to customers with its attractive appearance, interesting interaction and humanized design. With the practical function of the products, our ambition is to push the limits of curiosity and serve consumers with the best quality, deliveringcustomer-friendly user experience and long-term close companionship to our customers. Continue reading »

Grace on the Blade: Oriental Blades by Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov

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Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov is an author who creates exclusive artistic knives in the national style, as well as sculptures that have a deep meaning. Continue reading »

Artist Makes Cookies That Are Replicas of Vintage Tiffany Lampshades

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Ella Hawkins is an author, artist, and design historian who took it upon herself to create cookies that are reproductions of vintage Tiffany lamps from the early 1900s. Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Creates Cute and Adorable Toys

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You can find thousands of artists on Instagram and other social platforms these days, but it takes some talent and a lot of real work to stand out among so many of them. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Fantastic Upcycled Insect Artworks Using Discarded Objects

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Mark Oliver is a full time, professional artist and award winning illustrator based in Worthing, United Kingdom. Continue reading »

Microsoft Has Released a Collection of “Hardwear” Apparel – with “Serenity” T-Shirts and MS Paint Logos

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Microsoft is launching a new “Hardwear” clothing collection that includes a Windows XP T-shirt. If you’ve always wanted to wander the streets with the Windows XP bliss wallpaper strapped to your back, now is your time. The famous blue sky and green hill are emblazoned on a mustard or black tee, available for $60. Continue reading »

This Handmade Belly Fat Coffee Mug

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What better way to enjoy your morning coffee than from a mug that makes fun of your belly fat? You can also use it for tea, hot chocolate, milk, or your failed dreams to start exercising and eating healthy. Continue reading »

The Funniest Examples Of “You Had One Job” Fails

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Failure is a part of life. It can hurt, and for some it comes more often than for others. It can also teach us valuable lessons. But most importantly, when you have a single job to do and you mess it up, it can give us a good laugh when we need it the most. This “You Had One Job” gallery will make you crack a smile: it’s dedicated to hilarious occupational mishaps and stunning examples of extreme laziness. Continue reading »

A Wire Sculpture Dedicated to Ukrainian War-Affected Mothers Appeared in The Center of Prague

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A sculpture dedicated to Ukrainian mothers was installed in the center of Prague. It is made of thin metal and suspended in the air at a height of several meters. The author of the sculpture, Czech artist Veronika Psotkova, told about it on her Facebook page. Continue reading »

“Perfect” Examples Of Horribly-Designed Stairs

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Have you ever tripped while going up or down stairs and thought, “Ugh, that wasn’t my fault! That was the fault of whoever horribly designed these stairs!” Probably not right? Continue reading »

London-Based Artist Katharine Morling Creates Sculptural ‘Drawings’ Using Ceramics and Black Stain

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Her ceramic sculptures have been shown internationally at Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Liberty’s London, Miami, Italy, Kuwait, Algiers, Germany and France. She has also had solo exhibitions in Sweden, The Netherlands and throughout the UK. 2019 marked the fifth time that Katharine had been invited to exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in London. Continue reading »

Incredible Feather Artworks by Chris Maynard

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Chris Maynard has worked with feathers since he was twelve. His unique feather shadowboxes are recognized by art collectors, bird lovers, and a wide and interesting variety of people from around the world. He only has time to turn a small portion of his ideas, which fill many notebooks, into his shadow box feather designs. His favorite tools are the tiny eye surgery scissors, forceps, and magnifying glasses passed down through his family. Continue reading »

This Japanese Company Makes Custom Decorative Coffins for Vampire Fans

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Ziggy Vamp Co. Ltd., a Tokyo-based company that specializes in products for wannabe vampires, is selling hand-made, customizable coffin furniture. Continue reading »

Hyper Realistic Wax Figure of Anna Kournikova by Oleg Kulik

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The Russian artist Oleg Kulik is a guy who knows how to create an “event” — he slaughtered a pig in the Regina Gallery in Moscow, he bit people while acting like a caged dog in Moscow, New York, Stockholm and Vienna. At the same time, Kulik is a serious artist who takes deliberate care with his final product. For instance, everyone can easily recognize the figure of Anna Kournikova, the Russian tennis star (though her name is never mentioned, as we shiver with fear before American lawyers). Continue reading »

Basically Alone We Are All: The Superb Embroidered Artworks by Cléa Lala

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French artist Cléa Lala creates provocative mixed-media artworks combining embroidery and illustration. Continue reading »

Tiny Wasteland: Scenes from A Tiny World Where Everything Could Happen

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According to Péter Csákvári: “I’ve spent 5 years creating this project called “Tiny Wasteland.” The series features miniature figures placed next to everyday objects in order to create the illusion of microscopic worlds. Usually, I use food and trash in my setups and try to reflect on our world’s issues, so I magnify these problems in the pictures. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Whimsical Fantasy Sculptures With Polymer Clay

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According to Michelle Petersen: “I sculpt whimsical fantasy sculptures, figurines, and, depending on the season, holiday ornaments with polymer clay and acrylic paint. Continue reading »

Artist Repaints Mass-Produced Celebrity And Character Dolls To The Point They Look Naturally Lifelike

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Noel Cruz (previously featured) is an incredible artist who creates lifelike dolls by repainting their original versions. He is most recognized for his celebrity-based models that sometimes are uncanny to look at due to their accurate resemblance to the characters or people they portray. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Segmented Glass Sculptures Inspired By The Cell Division

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Illinois-based artist Jiyong Lee creates segmented glass sculptures inspired by the cell division. He is fascinated with studies of the cell cycle, from the division to becoming a complete being, and creates these sculptures as a kind of tribute. Continue reading »

Street Artist Burned the “Future”

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Timofei Radya (previously featured), a street artist from Yekaterinburg, created a new art project. He set fire to huge letters of the word “FUTURE” in a field. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Creates Superb Mecha Creatures Out of LEGO Bricks

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If you don’t know what “mecha” means, here’s the definition: “The term mecha may refer to both scientific ideas and science-fiction genres that center on giant robots or machines controlled by people. Mechas are typically depicted as humanoid walking vehicles.” Continue reading »

Artist Creates Incredible Facial Sculptures Made From Folded Paper

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Daughter of artists, Polly Verity grew up in an environment where there were plenty of art materials to hand and she was encouraged to experiment. Her step-grandfather, Eric de Mare had written a book “Your Book of Paperfolding” in the 1960s.

Later on, when she was about 8, he gave her a copy. This inspired a journey in paper, the idea that you could transform a flat sheet into three dimensions was very exciting. She has been experimenting with paper ever since. Continue reading »

Futuristic Fashion Headwear and Accessories by Heidi Lee

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Designer and artist Heidi Lee crafts surreal wearables, garnering a reputation for her “Endless Echo Hat” that features a digitally cast, repeating version of her face. Since making its debut a few years back, the work has seen new evolutions and iterations. Otherwise, Lee toys with form and convention in her progressive pieces. Continue reading »