Funny Illustrations That Show The Two Kinds Of People In The World

There are two types of people…morning people and those who want to shoot morning people (designers are usually nocturnal and hence fall under the latter). Portuguese art director Joao Rocha has created a fun series of minimalist illustrations that classifies people into two broad groups based on their daily habits and preferences. Check it out below. Continue »

“Looking For Mr.Goodsex”: A Series Of Paintings Of Un-Cropped Stills Taken From Vintage Adult Movies

A series of paintings by the artist Alexandra Rubinstein (previously featured here) of un-cropped stills taken from vintage porn films made during the Golden Age of Porn that was launched with “Deep Throat”. Continue »

“The Black & The White”: Superb Digital Art By Riana Møller

Riana Møller is a successful artist and game developer based in Denmark who has worked on multiple well-known projects. She has worked with Crytek, Io-Interactive and Ubisoft. Continue »

Giant Baby Looks Over Tecate, The US-Mexico Border Wall

An art installation by a French artist that goes by the name of “JR” was unveiled at the Tecate border with the U.S. Taller than the border wall at 30 feet, the art is an enlarged black-and-white photo of a one-year-old baby named “Quiquito” mounted on scaffolding. Continue »

“The Lady Of Dreams”: Surreal Vintage Photo Collages From The No-Photoshop Era By Grete Stern

It is no news that women have historically found it harder to develop themselves as professionals in diverse male-dominated work environments. This is even truer in the case of female artists in the 1930s: Stern had to struggle against all imaginable and unimaginable odds, in order to become one of the pioneers of modern photography in Argentina and a referent of protest art in the world. Continue »

“Die Hard” Finally Gets Its Own Children’s Christmas Book

All John McClane wants for Christmas is to reunite with his estranged family. But when his wife’s office holiday party turns into a deadly hostage situation, he has to save her life before he can get home in time for Christmas! Continue »

“Am I Evil?”: Slick Artworks By Icky H

Time for more slick artworks! This time we’re featuring the super cool work of English artist Icky H. This is a fantastic set, full of style and awesome technique. The artist is definitely very talented! Continue »

Artist Turns People Into 3D Pixar-Like Characters And You Can Become One Too

What do artists Robert DeJesus and Lance Phan have in common? They both turn strangers into awesome characters. However, while DeJesus does anime caricatures , Phan creates portraits that are much more Pixar-like. Continue »

“If Life Was Made On Canvas”: Heartwarming Illustrations By Pascal Campion

How not to love a good set of heartwarming illustrations? Pascal Campion comes up with artworks that some of us will relate to. Like that time in your childhood when you would hangout with your buddies and explore the neighborhood… or that time when it was really snowy/rainy when you would sit by the window and think about life. Continue »

A Gruesome Living Billboard, Swarmed By The Undead, Popped Up In London

The stunt, by agency Taylor Herring, promoted the Thorpe Park Resort, which recently struck a deal with U.S. TV network AMC to launch two new live-action attractions based on zombie drama The Walking Dead. Continue »

Hilarious Vintage X-Rated Movie Posters From Your Dad’s Era

In a day and age where sex is literally at our fingertips, where we can see x-rated pictures and films in the privacy of our own bedrooms (or even bathrooms), it’s hard to imagine that at one point in time people had to venture out into public in order to see porn. Continue »

“In The Name Of Glory”: Absolutely Brilliant Concept Art By Dominik Mayer

Dominik Mayer is an artist from Germany at Pipedream Media, a studio that has worked with everything from games studios to Adidas to the Bundeswehr. And this is one of the best concept art I have ever seen. Best viewed on a big screen. Continue »

“The Workplace Of The ’90s”: Computer Magazine Cover Girls Of The Cathode Ray Tubes Era

What’s more fun than looking at old computer magazines and admiring the paleo-technology? The thick monitors, the stacks of floppy discs, the dot-matrix hellscape… it’s a blast. So, here’s a set of vintage computer/tech mags for your viewing enjoyment, all set around a theme. Each contains a woman on the cover. Slightly NSFW (nowadays, lol.) Enjoy. Continue »

“Forgotten Heroes Of The Old Republic”: Stunning Post-Apocalyptic Illustrations By Rostislav Zagornov

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The cinematic science fiction, post-apocalypse and fantasy themed works of Rostislav Zagornov, a freelance digital illustrator and concept artist working in the entertainment industry. Continue »

This Is What The ‘Ideal’ Woman’s Figure Would’ve Looked Like In The 1930s

Beauty standards are always changing, but they never seem to go away. In 1938, LIFE magazine did a feature on 20-year-old June Cox, showed the model in a floor-length dress and then again in her underthings, and proceeded to praise Cox for possessing the “ideal figure.” The model stood 5 ft. 6 3/4 in. and weighed 124 lbs., though life insurance statistics, the magazine said, suggested she should weigh 135 lbs. Continue »