Awesome Star Wars Fan Art By Tsuneo Sanda, Official Lucasfilm & Disney Artist

Artist Tsuneo Sanda was born in Osaka, Japan. He first came to Tokyo at age 23, and has been there ever since. He lives in a rural, residential town about 20km west of Tokyo with his wife, Sachicko, two sons, Kensaku and Sohei, and Vivian, their American Shorthair cat. Continue reading »

Belarusian Artist Nadia Matievskaia Paints With… Her Breasts

It began for Nadia Matievskaia, an artist from Belarus, when an art class assignment required her to paint with her breasts. She enjoyed the experience and began using her breasts in addition to traditional brushes. Continue reading »

Meet Hilda: The America’s Forgotten Pin-Up Girl

The typical 1950s pin-up girl was slim and conventionally-posed. But a recently-unearthed collection of images has revealed the less familiar Hilda, a plus-sized redhead who broke the mold with her plump figure and light-hearted demeanor. Continue reading »

The Instagram Account Documenting The Best Food Scenes In Cult Films


DAISIES (dir. věra chytilová, 1966)/@meals.on.reels

With a focus on “more obscure films and scenes”, the images featured on @meals.on.reels are taken from cult world cinema and independent films through the years, from a knife plunged into the kitschy Valentine’s Day cake in ethereal Australian mystery Picnic at Hanging Rock, to the extravagant faux-celebratory Taiwanese feast in Ang Lee’s The Wedding Banquet, and Romy Schneider throwing a violent fit while cocooned in white bed sheets, a breakfast tray set down nearby in 1969’s La Piscine. Continue reading »

Animals In Between Two Worlds In Realistic Paintings By Lisa Ericson

Based in Portland, Oregon, Lisa Ericson (previously) creates original paintings. They depict very realistic animals, with a surrealist twist. Half submerged, they evolve between two worlds, with an abundant flora. All of her paintings are done in acrylic on wood panels. Continue reading »

Jules Magistry’s Illustrations Of Adolescence, Masculinity And Violence In A Modern World

Jules Magistry blends a little anime, manga and comic book art to dream up his thought-provoking illustrations, all centred around the theme of adolescence, masculinity and violence. Continue reading »

22 Absurd And Weird Facts That Are Actually Completely True

Do you know how much a typical cloud weights? 1.1 million pounds! Amazing, right? And hard to guess, indeed. This is not a well known and absolutely logical fact like, for example, that it rains diamonds on Jupiter. Continue reading »

The Tattooed Venus And The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Betty Broadbent was said to have had 465 tattoos, including the largest known at that time, a Madonna and Child on her back. She was also decorated with images of pilot Charles Lindbergh, patriotic flags and emblems including the American eagle. Continue reading »

Tim Gray Creates Amazing 3D Animations That Brilliantly Appear To Break The ‘Fourth Wall’ Of Instagram Posts

Freelance motion artist Tim Gray creates absolutely amazing 3D animations that appear to jump out and break the “fourth wall” of individual Instagram posts. Gray’s subjects, which range from Marvel superheroes to domestic animals and aquatic life, seemingly propel out of the predesignated frame in a variety of creative ways. Continue reading »

Metallic Bras From Space! Sci-Fi Pulp Ladies & Their Shiny Metal Brassieres

For some reason, mid-century sci-fi pulp magazines always had their ladies wearing metallic bras. Go figure. By the 1960s, space women finally started wearing more reasonable attire – like fabric miniskirts a la Star Trek. But in the 1940s – 1950s, the dress code was strictly enforced – shiny, polished metal brassieres only! Continue reading »

Russian Artist Depicts Tarantino’s Heroines As Pin-Up Girls

Recently we’ve seen other cool creations of a Russian artist Andrey Tarusov. This time he finds inspiration in movies of legendaty Quentin Tarantino. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrated 18 Famous Quotes With Beautiful Posters

“It’s Not What You Look At That Matters, It’s What You See” -Henry David Thoreau

According to Tang Yau Hoong: “It seems like quotes have flooded the internet and social media since the beginning. We love inspirational quotes. They affirm what we already know (or think we know) about ourselves and give us (temporary) hope when we feel discouraged. Continue reading »

Pregnant Woman Is Painting Graffiti All Over This Australian Town, Trying To Reach The Father


Frankston Community Noticeboard

The 21st century could easily be dubbed as the age of technology, don’t you agree? We are all attached to our phones 24/7, spending most of our free time scrolling through social media instead of going outside and living some of that sweet life we see Instagramers filling our feed with. Continue reading »

Japanese Body Paint Artist Hikaru Cho Shows Off Surreal Animal-Human Creations

Cho was born March 29, 1993 and currently resides in Tokyo, Japan. In 2016, she graduated from the Department of Visual Communication Design at Musashino Art University. She has garnered domestic and international attention for her unique art where she applies real paint to bodies and objects. Continue reading »

Brazilian Artist Tullius Heuer Creates Digital Paintings That Leap Off The Page

This talented self-taught Brazilian artist Tullius Heuer creates amazing digital artworks that seem to want to jump off the page. He masterfully blends his pencil art simulations with real photos in his magical three-dimensional manipulations and the results leave us wondering what would happen if drawings came to life. His exquisite illusions take an average of 9 to 10 hours to complete and the touch of surrealism makes them both fascinating and spooky. Continue reading »