Hilariously Bad Bootleg Toys

Bootleg toys… lovingly recreated (ripped-off) in the nicest (cheapest) way possible, disappointing kids all over the world since like a long time ago. Continue reading »

Sweet Bakery in Pastel Colors

On his Instagram account, Raymond aka Ray Ray, presents himself as an “unqualified baker”. Yet the images of his sweet and colorful creations suggest the opposite. Based in Melbourne, Australia, this pastry chef completed a degree in accounting before realizing that pastries interested him more than numbers, and learning bakery by himself. Its culinary specialties : donuts, fortune cookies and sweet sticks, as greedy for the taste buds as for the eyes. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Intricately Patterned Artworks by Delicately Stitching Colourful Threads Into Leaves

American artist Hillary Waters Fayle creates intricately patterned artworks by delicately stitching colourful threads into leaves. “I want this work to ask people to slow down and think about this leaf – what beauty can be achieved when working with care.” She collects the leaves from her yard or from parks and maps out the design on each one before stitching. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Artem Biziaev Published a LEGO Set Concept Based on Slavic Fairy Tales

According to an artist: “Hey, Lego fans! Let me introduce you the most famous, most charismatic, most adored character of Slavic fairy tales! Baba Yaga! Continue reading »

Russian Duo Makes Amazing Magic Rolling Pins for A Beautiful Cookies

Utterly obsessed with embossed rolling pins from PippaWoodCraft. This small boutique was founded by Vasili and Anna, an artist duo vrom Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Continue reading »

Wood Artist Jack Lebond Creates Fantastic Grenade End Tables

It’s a classy and elegant look that shows your houseguests or new romantic partners what they’re getting into. Etsy seller Jack Lebond of Austin makes these 18 and 24 inch tall tables out of plywood. They’re unfinished, so you can paint them however you like. I suggest bright pastels for the children’s bedrooms. Continue reading »

Fashion Designer Creates Paris Landmark and Skyscraper Puffer Jackets for Louis Vuitton

Fashion designer Virgil Abloh has made puffer jackets covered in Paris landmarks and well-known skyscrapers as part of the Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter menswear collection, which debuted in a Barcelona Pavilion-informed set. Continue reading »

Flaming Lips Hold ‘space Bubble’ Gigs to Get Covid Creative


Wayne Coyne

The Flaming Lips are known for frontman Wayne Coyne zorbing in a large transparent ball over the crowd at their gigs. So with COVID-19 restrictions putting a halt to most live music since March 2020, the US rock band came up with an inspired way to pull off some unique socially distanced shows. Continue reading »

2000s Fashion Aesthetics on Nails

It’s in the Canine Tuning tattooshop, located in the sixth arrondissement of Marseille, that Anabelle, aka Zbobinails, created her most beautiful claws. Nostalgic for the 2000s aesthetics, the nail artist make some iconic and almost forgotten characters live again, such as Hello Kitty, Care Bears and The Powerpuff Girls through her creations. Glitter pink, flames, dragons or large rhinestones, nothing is ever “too much” for Zbobinails, which pushes kitsch to fingertips. Continue reading »

Thousands of Colored LEDs Turn Dutch Farmland Into Nighttime Wonderland

Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde’s latest artwork GROW is an homage to the beauty of agriculture. In the world film premiere GROW appears as a luminous dreamscape of red and blue waves of light over an enormous field. GROW is inspired by scientific light recipes which improve plants’ growth and resilience. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist and Designer CHA2’s Cyberpunk Headgear Looks Like It Came from The Future

If your Venn diagram of interests includes Japanese subculture, street fashion, and cyberpunk, chances are you already know about Hirofumi Matsuura, who goes by the artist name CHA2 (pronounced “cha-tsu”) and runs the fashion brand trico inc. Continue reading »

An Unusual Art Object – a Giant Black Fox Appeared in Riga, Latvia

A new landmark has appeared in Riga. On one of the walls of Turgenev Street stands a huge black fox. This installation is made of a metal frame and broken hemp ropes by a student of the Latvian Academy of Art as part of an eco-action. Continue reading »

Codpiece Was a Weird Renaissance Fashion Trend

The codpiece as a feature of male dress dates to the 15th and 16th centuries during the renaissance. Designed to cover the gap between the two legs of men’s hose, it is packed and shaped to emphasize rather than disguise the genital area. Continue reading »

Artist Created a Crochet Bernie Sanders Doll and It Is the Cutest Thing Ever


Tobey King

It’s official, the Bernie Sanders inaugural look is the coolest thing in fashion right now. The Vermont senator served one of the most iconic Inauguration Day fashion moments, when he showed up to the event looking snug in a Burton winter coat and now-famous patterned brown mittens. Continue reading »

This Japanese Artist Makes Sculptures Out Of Snow, And Here Are The Coolest Ones

Winter is often associated with snow—whether you live in warmer climates or have to struggle with the cold for a better part of the year, snowflakes likely remind you of the brilliant white winter. And while some see the beauty of the season, others find a unique opportunity to show off their creative side. Continue reading »

Artist Pays Homage to Possibly the Biggest Icon of The 21st Century with His ‘Tribute’ Project

Max Siedentopf is a London based multi-disciplinary conceptual artist working across video, photography, sculpture, creative direction and everything in-between and is the founder of the of the art publication ORDINARY. Continue reading »

Artist and Gulf Veteran Creates Portraits of Famous Faces Using Thousands of Old Keyboard Pieces

From Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia to John Lennon and Mona Lisa, these famous faces have one thing in common. They are made from thousands of keys from recycled computer keyboards. Continue reading »

Artist Spent 50 Hour Process of Folding an Origami Samurai from A Single Square Sheet of Paper

Finnish origami artist Juho Könkkölä has just released images of an origami samurai made from a single piece of paper. Taking over 50 hours to make, the sculpture started off as a 95cm x 95cm sheet of Wenzhou paper. Continue reading »

Men’s Fashion 2021 Collection

And just when you thought that 2020 was bad… Are you ready for the 2021 fashion year? Are you man enough to fill these outfits? Scroll down to find out! Continue reading »

Made by Bees: Slovak Artist Uses Honeybees to Sculpt a Wax Bust of Nefertiti

According to Tomáš Libertíny: “This monumental new work was made in collaboration with 60.000 honeybees, invited by the artist to build their beeswax honeycombs around the skeleton of the Bust of Nefertiti. Continue reading »

There’s Now a Poop Knife That Will Help You Get Your Poo Down The Toilet

There’s probably somebody in your life who has poops so humongous that there’s just no real way of getting them down the toilet without some sort of personal intervention. Poop Knife is the perfect gift for them! Continue reading »

Plastic Beauty: LEGO Unveils New Flower Bouquet Collection

Giving and receiving beautiful flowers is such a joy. If you’re looking for a flower gift with a difference, the LEGO Flower Bouquet is an inspired choice. Continue reading »

Frozen Caveman Sculpture Compared To Monolith Appears In Minneapolis


Zach Schumack

Move over monoliths, there is a new surprise rectangle popping up in the frozen tundra of Minnesota. What appears to be a frozen caveman has popped up in Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Named Zug Zug, the caveman encased in plexiglass. Continue reading »

Inspired by Space 1999, a Miniature Volkswagen Space Transporter

Alvis Pi, a Space 1999 fan, created this model, the Volkswagen Space Transporter, mixing an Eagle with a Volkswagen van, the end result is fantastic. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Colors Anime-Inspired Paper Cutouts With Real-World Environments

Japanese artist Kotetsu blends illustration photography and kirie (Japanese traditional paper cutting) to create beautiful works of art that bring anime heroines into the real world. Continue reading »