“Hipsters In Stone”: Artist Léo Caillard Continues To Dress The Statues As Hipsters

What if the antique statues were dressed like hipsters? The artist and photographer Léo Caillard became famous in 2012 with his Hipsters in Stone series, covering the famous statues of the Louvre with modern clothes. Léo Caillard today unveiled the continuation of his series, transforming the Greek gods and goddesses into stars of Instagram. Continue »

Craziest Swimsuits To Hit The Beach This Summer

Donald Trump’s face has appeared on many t-shirts and on plenty of other merchandise but not as bizarre as on the latest one released by company Beloved Shirts, with his shocked face totally covering women’s one-piece swimsuit, that can be bought online. Check out some of the other swimsuits we have selected, that might be as crazy as this, you could actually see live on sunny beaches this summer. Continue »

Human Characters Interact With Extra-Terrestrial Creatures And Dinosaurs – New Gucci Campaign Inspired By Vintage Sci-Fi

Surreal, psychedelic outer space landscapes and trippy retro-futurist spaceship interiors create wild settings. Continue »

Head Back To The 80s With Chris Mcveigh’s LEGO Retro Desk Kits

Feeling nostalgic? Illustrator, photographer, and LEGO-builder extraordinaire Chris Mcveigh has a knack for toy brick building. Continue »

Terrible ASOS Poo Cross Body Bag Inspired By The Emoji Movie

This is a bag designed to look like the poo from The Emoji Movie. You know, the one voiced by Patrick Stewart. Continue »

These Weird Clocks Use Human Faces To Display The Time

Patience is a clock which uses a human face to represent the passage of time. The eyes work in the same way as an analog clock’s hands, with the right eye indicating hours and the left eye indicating minutes. The mouth opens and closes to represent seconds. The Patience clocks were created by the Japanese designers of the WE+ studio. Continue »

Casual NSFW Sculptures Show Women Getting Cozy In Themselves

Shona McAndrew sculpts plus-sized ladies who are at home in themselves. Continue »

Russian Artist Carves Silver Dollar With Trap Jaws And Golden ‘Bait’ Coin

Russian artist Roman Booteen has carved one of the most intriguing ‘Hobo nickels‘ we’ve ever seen. Continue »

Artist & Chief Daniele Barresi Carves Out A Unique Space Between Food And Art

One man who knows this all too well is Sydney-based carving chef, Daniele Barresi.

Hailing from Bagnara Calabra in the southern Italian region of Calabria, Daniele is revered in his motherland and across the world for his stunning creations which he carves into anything from fruit and vegetables to soap and cheese. Continue »

Shred Westeros On These Game Of Thrones Map Skateboards

With alliances, betrayals, powerplays and intrigue, Game of Thrones readily captures the imagination. For Season 7, seven designers (and diehard fans of the series) created limited-edition, micro collections, featuring apparel and accessories to “Rep the Realm.” Drawing on the show for inspiration, the designers pulled Game of Thrones into their work, infusing modern streetwear with a healthy dose of fantasy. Continue »

Japanese Company Releases Line Of ‘Crotch Charms’ For Women To Dangle From Their Swimsuits Between Their Legs

A Japanese company is selling what might be one of the most uncomfortable and impracticable pieces of jewelry ever dreamed up. Continue »

The Seoul-Based Pastry Chef Creates Buttercream Floral Cakes That Look Too Beautiful To Eat

Atelier Soo, the Seoul-based pastry chef delicately sculpts edible floral bouquets that look truly too pretty to eat. With beautiful petals and exquisite arrangements, all of her creations look so much like flower bouquets, you could barely even tell they’re actually buttercream cakes. Keep on scrolling to check them out and don’t forget to vote for your favorites. Continue »

Nature Takes Back Its Rights With The Vegetal Objects Of Camille Kachani

With her amazing vegetal objects, where the wood used returns to life, Brazilian artist and designer Camille Kachani imagines a world where nature takes back its rights. This series of furniture and everyday objects questions poetically our use of nature by asking a simple question: does nature really belong to us? Continue »

Rive Roshan Creates Future Botany For Travellers To Experience At The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam

For the Hyatt Regency hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam’s lush Plantage neighbourhood, Rive Roshan envisioned a fantastical future for botanics. Through their work, visitors to the hotel–engrossed business travellers and bustling tourists alike–are whisked away to a dreamy and dynamic botanical world. Continue »

Welders In China Cover Up Despite Summer Heat

Welder Xie Wentao wears a protective mask and gloves in Jinan, East China’s Shandong province. The 42-year-old and his colleagues build reinforcement cages, part of a building’s foundation. Continue »