This Artist Creates Thought-Provoking Illustrations About Modern Day Issues

FadiToOn (Fadi Abou Hassan) is a widely published and award-winning freelance cartoonist. He lived as a refugee in Syria until the uprising in 2011, and is known for his many cartoons commenting on the everyday life and political events in Syria and the Middle East in general. His cartoons focus on human rights, women’s rights, and political violence taking place in the country. He is very critical of the political elite in Syria. Continue reading »

These Colourised Photographs Show How People Took Shelter in The London Underground in The 1940s

According to Lottie Cutcher, a photo retouch magician: “My name is Lottie, and I love looking through old photos. For my day job I work in costume, so I’m passionate about social history and getting the colour accurately matched. I recently started colourising black and white photographs to bring out how the scene would have actually looked at the time the picture was taken. I think black and white photographs have a beautiful style of their own, but colourising them helps the pictures feel relevant and relatable today, and gives them more context in the real world. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes Surreal Paintings Inspired By Psychoanalysis

“Hi, my name is Valentine and I am fond of psychology and painting. I was studying to be a graphic designer, and in one of my course projects I was making the layout of the book by K. G. Jung “Synchronicity”. I was so carried away that I reread all the works of this psychiatrist. And then I allowed my painting to capture the images that I encountered on the path of inner knowledge,” an artist writes. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Brilliant Comics For People Who Like Dark Humor

There are many comic creators out there in the world and they cover lots of topics and themes—from girl problems to fantasy stories. But not all creators are as brave as Andy, better known as Comic Dux. Andy makes dark humor comics with unexpected and twisted endings that will probably leave you surprised and often feeling a little violated. Continue reading »

The Colorful Conceptual & Pop 3D Artworks by Kota Yamaji

Kota Yamaji is a Japanese digital artist based in Tokyo. Fascinated by computer graphics and video editing, Kota creates his own pop and surreal world. Continue reading »

“Dualism”: The Superb Figurative Underwater Themed Paintings by Zhuk

Zhuk is an artist whose creative production revolves around classic figurative painting, presented in a contemporary manner. Continue reading »

Japanese Cat Owner Devises Eccentric Feeding Strategy


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It’s always fun to give your pets treats, but one Japanese cat owner has found an easy way to make it even more interesting. Whenever the owner feeds this cat through three holes cut into a cardboard box, the feline looks instantly more comical. Continue reading »

A Gallery of Amazing Vintage Photos of Ferraris in the 1970s

For many true aficionados, 1970s Ferraris represent a golden age for arguably the world’s most famous car marque. In the seven decades since Enzo Ferrari founded his company, they have produced some jaw-droppingly spectacular cars, but there’s something special about the sleek lines and the raw, analogue power of 1970s Ferrari models, a decade packed with outstanding motors. Continue reading »

Sarcastic ‘Texts From Your Existentialist’ That Might Make You Laugh, Then Cry

This Instagram account with over 500k followers named “Texts From Your Existentialist” mashes up classical art and modern-day quotes depicting various sarcastic and even downright ridiculous scenarios. The main idea behind the account is to insert 21st-century text messages into classical paintings, movie stills, and retro art. Continue reading »

“Consumption”: Surreal Digital Artworks of Miron Malejki

Miron Malejki aka OSAKI is a visual artist based in Poland. He specializes in 3D animations, VFX, VR, AR. He has worked on various types of projects, including music videos, mini-show fashion campaigns, and commercials. Continue reading »

Fluid, Abstract and Futuristic Typographic Design by MOCAGE

“Hey, I am Moses aka MOCAGE from Germany. I studied graphic design from 2017-2020 and made myself self-employed in January 2020 and now working with clients around the world.” Continue reading »

The Creepy Doll Adoption Agency

So you’ve inherited your grandmother’s precious dolls, which she cherished, but you can’t stand them because they look so creepy? You aren’t alone, as many people end up with dolls that are ugly, haunted, or give off uncanny valley vibes. You could toss them, but that’s neither respectful to grandma nor is it environmentally-friendly. What to do? Continue reading »

Bizarre Surreal and Vampire Themed Paintings of Bolesław Biegas

Polish surrealist Bolesław Biegas (1877–1954) created many artworks in paint and in sculpture. It was, of course, his series of fantastically bizarre vampire themed paintings that appealed to me the most. Where the traditional depictions of vampires portray humanoid bat like creatures, Biegas carried through a wild bestiary of intepretations.. insect vampires, winged camel vampires, elephant vampires, and so on. Continue reading »

“Hopefull Desolation”: The Superb Dreamy Sci-fi Digital Artworks of Nico Fernandez

Nicolas Fernandez is a Digital artist born in Buenos Aires,Argentina. Through his artworks he showcases surreal and deep situations where humanity can found itself. Continue reading »

New Amazon Warehouse Facility in Tijuana Slum


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Amazon will open a $21 million state-of-the-art warehouse in Tijuana, Mexico, that abuts a housing settlement made of cardboard, tarp, and wood scraps. Continue reading »

Stunning Winning Photos Of The Drone Photo Awards 2021

Photo of the year: Pink-Footed Geese Meeting the Winter by Terje Kolaas

Here are the stunning aerial images of Drone Photo Awards 2021. The exhibition “Above Us Only Sky” will showcase the overall winner and the eight category winners. Continue reading »

“Empty Home”: The Superb Dark, Surreal and Sci-Fi Artworks of Miko del Rosario

Miko is a Filipino digital artist, animator, filmmaker, and art director. He posts daily artworks on his Instagram and does freelance 3D, VFX, and animation projects. Continue reading »

1977 Pontiac Phantom, the Last Car Designed by Bill Mitchell, One of the Automobile Industry’s Best Known Designers

The Pontiac Phantom (also called the General Motors Phantom and given the internal code name “Madame X”) is a concept car created by General Motors (GM) in 1977. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Very Detailed Scary Images And The More You Look, The More Frightening They Become

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Grab your magnifying glasses, detectives, because boy do we have a case for you. Four of them, to be exact.

Jeff Lee Johnson grew up in rural Minnesota, in a house filled with books by authors like Edgar Rice Burroughs, Kenneth Robeson, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and Arthur C. Clark. Since his mom would draw and paint, she provided him with an endless supply of materials, tools, and patient instructions so that he could portray his imagination, fueled by their stories. Continue reading »

A Designer Assembled a Hundred Covers of Famous Music Albums from LEGO

Brooklyn-based designer Adnan Lotia has published almost a hundred of his unusual works in the last 4.5 months, trying to recreate iconic album covers from LEGO cubes. He posts his mesmerizing works on Instagram almost every day, in which he repeats the image of this or that cover. Continue reading »

Clay, Chaos and Urban Detritus Merge in Daniil Antropov’s Ceramic Sculptures

Created from a heady swirl of colours and textures, each of Daniil Antropov’s sculptures is its own distinct ecosystem: the surface of a distant planet, or a visceral memory hardened in ceramics. Continue reading »

Expiremental Digital Artworks of Matt Mills

Matt Mills is an artist from Austin, Texas that creates uniquely abstract visual art for the fashion and entertainment industries. He is also a founder of ArtGrab.com, an artist-owned platform that gives artists a place to license their creations to a world-wide audience for use on album covers, posters, clothing. Continue reading »

Playfully Illustrated Surfboards By Jean Jullien

Jean Jullien is known for his installations which feature cartoonish characters. Now, he has collaborated with surfboard manufacturer Fernand to create cartoonish surfboards. Continue reading »

Funny Animal Pics That Just Don’t Make Any Sense, As Shared On This Instagram Account

Animals aren’t always as majestic as wildlife photography contests depict them. Sometimes they look as derpy as me and you. And believe me, I wouldn’t be saying such a thing if I didn’t have any proof to back it up. Continue reading »

The Most Impressive Photos From The Ocean Photography Awards 2021 Finalists

Collective Portfolio Award: Grace Hoarau. Snooty the lemon shark, Jupiter, Florida.

The Ocean Photography Awards are a celebration of our beautiful blue planet, as well as a platform to highlight the many plights it is facing. Finalists across six categories, including Collective Portfolio, Youth Photographer of the Year, and Conservation have been announced for the second annual Ocean Photography Awards. Continue reading »