This Dad Is Going Viral For Matching His Face Masks With Ties Every Day And Here Are His Totally Cool Pandemic-Approved Fashion Looks

This Dad Is Going Viral For Matching His Face Masks With Ties Every Day And Here Are His Totally Cool Pandemic-Approved Fashion Looks

The rule of thumb says that dads’ sense of fashion moves in mysterious ways. Socks and sandals combined with lightyears-old cargo shorts—we know it’s your fave and everyone wears it too, but that doesn’t mean it looks good. And due to the pandemic, dad’s wardrobe department has been undergoing even more severe maintenance. Continue reading »

Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles, This Expandable, Reusable Face Mask Adjusts To All Face Shapes And Sizes

Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles, This Expandable, Reusable Face Mask Adjusts To All Face Shapes And Sizes

The BETA(MSK) is a non-medical, reusable face covering for adults. The BETA(MSK) follows the contours of the face & is supported at the neck to provide optimal comfort. Continue reading »

Post COVID-19 Signage For The Design-Conscious Workplace

Post COVID-19 Signage For The Design-Conscious Workplace

The global pandemic has upended our work life by altering how and where we do our jobs. Seeing a gap in the COVID-19 signage market, Ellie Pinney has created a series of thoughtful and considered signs for the design-conscious workplace – complete with tracked-out letters that reflect our new ‘socially distanced’ world. Continue reading »

Photographer Kurt Arrigo Captures ‘Underwater Playground’ Photos With Professional Freedivers

Photographer Kurt Arrigo Captures ‘Underwater Playground’ Photos With Professional Freedivers

Underwater photographer Kurt Arrigo recently set himself a new challenge: working together with a group of professional freedivers, he wanted to turn a wreck in the Mediterranean Sea into an “underwater playground.” Continue reading »

The British And Irish Association Of Zoos And Aquariums Has Announced The Winning Images In Its Annual Photography Competition

The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) has announced the winning images in its annual photography competition. The 2020 winners show the important work of zoos and aquariums at an immensely challenging time. After months of closures, these conservation organisations are reeling from the financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

The British And Irish Association Of Zoos And Aquariums Has Announced The Winning Images In Its Annual Photography Competition
Winner, Life in a BIAZA Collection category: The Boy in the Red Coat, by Robert Everett at Chester Zoo. Species: Humboldt penguin (and human). (Photo by Robert Everett/BIAZA 2020 Photography Competition) Continue reading »

Japanese Illustrator’s ‘Real Museum Girls’ Series Reinterprets Classic Paintings In Social Networking Age

Japanese Illustrator’s 'Real Museum Girls' Series Reinterprets Classic Paintings In Social Networking Age

As you can guess from the header image showing Vermeer’s “The Girl with a Pearl Earring” and Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” enjoying selfies together, this article introduces a series of illustrations which reinterpret classic paintings with a modern twist, imagining the women in candid moments capturing their lives on social media. Continue reading »

Beautiful Intimate Portrait Photos Of Young People Of San Diego In The Early 1970s

Beautiful Intimate Portrait Photos Of Young People Of San Diego In The Early 1970s

These intimate color photos were taken by American photographer Harold Gee that show portraits of his young friends in San Diego from 1971 to 1975. Continue reading »

Winners Of The 2020 iPhone Photography Awards Announced

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Dimpy Bhalotia, United Kingdom. Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year. Location: Banaras, India. Shot on iPhone X.
Winners Of The 2020 iPhone Photography Awards Announced

The overall winner of the 13th annual iPhone Photography Awards has been announced, with the winning entry shot on an iPhone X.

The winners of the 2020 iPhone Photograph Awards — an annual contest solely for images taken with an iPhone or iPad — have been announced. In this 13th year of the awards, the grand prize winner and also Photographer of the Year is Dimpy Bhalotia from the UK. She wins an iPad Air. Continue reading »

Taiwanese Elderly Couple In Their 80 Pose With Clothes Left Behind At Their Laundry Shop

Taiwanese Elderly Couple In Their 80 Pose With Clothes Left Behind At Their Laundry Shop

Age is no barrier to looking great. A wholesome elderly couple from Taiwan is making headlines and going viral on social media for their great style and fashion sense. 83-year-old Wan-Ji and his wife, 84-year-old Sho-Er are dressing up and posing in the clothes left behind at their laundry shop and they look magnificent. Continue reading »

UVMask: Real-Time UV-C Filtration & Purification Face Mask That Filters Dust, Organisms, And Allergens As You Breathe

UVMask: Real-Time UV-C Filtration & Purification Face Mask That Filters Dust, Organisms, And Allergens As You Breathe

Meet UVMask, the next-generation reusable air purification & antipollution non-source control face mask with the most powerful UV-C purification technology on the market. Continue reading »

Artist Photoshops Kids’ Drawings As If They Were Real, And It’s Terrifyingly Funny

Artist Photoshops Kids’ Drawings As If They Were Real, And It’s Terrifyingly Funny

This dad is making the internet a much better and way more fun place! Dad Tom Curtis (previously) from London runs the ‘Things I Have Drawn’ Instagram page where he shows what would happen if children’s drawings became reality. Continue reading »

Artist Maria Popova Makes Vintage Science Face Masks Featuring Wondrous Centuries-Old Astronomical Art And Natural History Illustrations

Star clusters in Hercules by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot (1877)
Artist Maria Popova Makes Vintage Science Face Masks Featuring Wondrous Centuries-Old Astronomical Art And Natural History Illustrations

According to Maria Popova: “I originally made these masks just for myself and a handful of beloved humans, but they turned out so unexpectedly lovely that I decided to make them available to all who would delight in them. Continue reading »

Wooden Figure Of A Lady With Built-In Clavichord And Draws, c. 1780, Germany

Wooden Figure Of A Lady With Built-In Clavichord And Draws, c. 1780, Germany

This curious cabinet conceals a clavichord and several draws within the figure of an 18th century woman. Secret compartments are tucked away throughout the figure including the back of the head! Asymmetrical draws are concealed within her bodice and her foot acts as the instruments peddle. Continue reading »

Chinese People Taking Their Pet Cabbages For A Walk

Chinese People Taking Their Pet Cabbages For A Walk

China celebrates labor day every year on May 1. The holiday is commonly known as the May Day holiday and it spans a total of roughly 3 days (4 if you’re lucky). During the holiday, millions travel across the country and various activities are held. It’s generally an all around good time. Continue reading »

This Entrepreneur Makes Anti-Mask Masks For Anti-Maskers

This Entrepreneur Makes Anti-Mask Masks For Anti-Maskers

What’s the best way to let the world know that you’re anti-mask? By wearing an anti-mask face mask, of course! Continue reading »

NHS Angel Sculpture Unveiled At Sandwell Park In England

NHS Angel Sculpture Unveiled At Sandwell Park In England
Sandwell Council

A sculpture of a winged medical worker has been unveiled at a Sandwell park in tribute to the NHS and social care ‘angels’ on the the coronavirus frontline. Continue reading »

“Homer Homer” By Cool Shit Collective Is Seen During Sculpture By The Sea Festival In Australia

"Homer Homer" By Cool Shit Collective Is Seen During Sculpture By The Sea Festival In Australia
Clyde Yee

“Homer Homer” is a creation by Australian born artist Danger Dave, founder of Cool Shit, based in London, who are known for their creations in inflatable sculptures. Continue reading »

Beautiful Tiny 1929 Zaschka Three Wheeler, The World’s First Folding Car

Beautiful Tiny 1929 Zaschka Three Wheeler, The World’s First Folding Car

Built in 1928 in Berlin, the Zaschka was a folding 3-wheeled car. Its inventor was Engelbert Zaschka who amongst other things was one of Germany’s first helicopter pioneers. Continue reading »

Woman Warriors: Artist Drew These Women Of Different Body Types As Powerful Warriors

Woman Warriors: Artist Drew These Women Of Different Body Types As Powerful Warriors

According to an illustrator Yael Nathan: “I wanted to depict strong women warriors who do not necessarily look like the typical warrior. With different sizes, ages, and body types, each one feels like she has a rich backstory and history. You can find all my warrior women in a high-res, free-to-download PDF in the link below.” Continue reading »

Bloody Brutal Vintage Crime Scene Photos From The Los Angeles Police Department Archives

What me worry? 1952
Bloody Brutal Vintage Crime Scene Photos From The Los Angeles Police Department Archives

In 2014 Los Angeles-based photographer Merrick Morton (a onetime LAPD reserve officer) spotted a derelict stash of LAPD crime photos dating from the 1920s to 1970s. The cellulose nitrate-based film and negatives were decomposed and deemed as fire hazard. Working with the Fototeka photo digitation service and the US National Film Archive, the pictures were given news leases of live. Continue reading »

Colour Gradation On New York Time’s Front Page

Colour Gradation On New York Time’s Front Page

During the lockdown, the artist Sho Shibuya found a way out of the anxiety-provoking news. The New York-based graphic designer decided to recycle each of the New York Times front pages to turn them into works of art through faded colour gradations. Continue reading »

This New Office Cabin Is Called “Studypod” And You Can Place It In Your Backyard

This New Office Cabin Is Called “Studypod” And You Can Place It In Your Backyard

With this whole health crisis going on in the world, the number of people working from home is rapidly increasing. But here’s the thing—spending that much time at home can sometimes drive people a bit crazy. Continue reading »

The Freaky High School Fashion Of The Hippie Era, 1969

The Freaky High School Fashion Of The Hippie Era, 1969

These photographs, taken for LIFE magazine in the fall of 1969, explored the “freaky new freedoms” of fashion seen on high school students across the United States. Continue reading »

The World’s Most Romantic Gallery Of Insect Sex

The World’s Most Romantic Gallery Of Insect Sex

Since our bumblebee butt gallery was a roaring success, we decided to show you the often overlooked side of insect lovemaking. Scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »

These Daily Drawings Of A Young Artist And Her Little Brother Are A Bright Spot During Some Dark Days

These Daily Drawings Of A Young Artist And Her Little Brother Are A Bright Spot During Some Dark Days

For Macaire Everett and her little brother cam, it all started with balloons, and then the rain came. Twenty-eight days later and counting the eighth grader is still drawing on her driveway. Her brother, Camden, puts his own twist on each one. Continue reading »