Ex-Skinhead Gets His Racist Tattoos Removed After Becoming A Dad


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Meet Bryon Widner, a former – in his own words – “borderline sociopath” who was full of hate and had an insatiable lust for violence. Continue reading »

“Hong Kong Hallucinations”: Fantastic Urban Photography By Johannes Heuckeroth

Stunning nightscapes by Johannes Heuckeroth, a talented photographer, and designer currently based in Fürth, Germany. Johannes focuses mainly on cityscapes, architecture, urban, and landscape photography. Heuckeroth recently visited Hong Kong to capture stunning nightscapes, architectures, and urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Pictures Of Arnold Schwarzenegger Walking Through Munich In Swimming Trunks In Order To Promote His Own Gym, 1967

It is not too much to say that Arnold Schwarzenegger has undoubtedly become one of the historical titans of our time. He has changed the “Iron sport”, the movie industry and even the political background in the United States and worldwide once and for all. Although Arnold’s life achievements are generally associated with the United States, he spent twenty-one years of his life in Europe, in Austria and Germany. Continue reading »

Concepts From Future Past: 1969 Fiat Abarth 2000 Scorpione

Designed by the inimitable Pininfarina, this gorgeous concept car embraced the best of Italian sportscar design, while sporting the almost always daft underpinnings of Fiat’s Abarth division. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Carves Dreamlike Creatures Out Of Wood

A quick glance at Japanese artist Yoshimasa Tsuchiya’s animals sculptures won’t suffice to figure out what kind of material they’re made of. Smooth and delicate, each creature possesses a mystical beauty that captivates all who lay their eyes on it. The sculptures are so breathtakingly realistic that most people are unlikely to guess that they’re actually carved out of wood. Continue reading »

Stunning Painting-Like Photography Shows Off The Beauty Of Rainy Season In Japan

Japan’s rainy season, or tsuyu (梅雨), can be downright oppressive. Muggy and humid weather coupled with heavy rain make it a complete sweat-fest, and for those new to that kind of weather, the idea of going outside and traveling around the country seems totally unpleasant. Continue reading »

This Master Of Art Installation And Illusions Creates Rooms That Will Make You Think The Walls Are Waving At You

With his hypnotic room installations, renowned Austrian artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary spaces and molds architecture into surreal environments for spectators. Influenced by American minimalism, Kogler’s lines are often reduced to black on white for maximum contrast and impact. Continue reading »

24 Hilarious ‘Accurately Titled Novels’

Cliches are cliches for a reason – because people seem to love the familiar. In the cinema, we see variations of the same storyline all the time, but a vast majority still enjoy the predictability so we keep coming back. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Nastya Pilepchuk Creates Otherworldly Fashion Masks

Anastasia Pilepchuk is a fashion designer and a painter from Moscow. She presented her first collection in 2018 and is currently working on a book of her drawings to be published by Circadian Press. Anastasia is a co-founder of Areola Magazine and Areola Models agency and one half of the DJ duo Maiden Obey. Continue reading »

“Cats And The City”: Russian Artist Imagines A World Where Humans Live Among Giant Cats

Andrey Scherbak is a creative director of the Moscow advertising agency. It will probably take you a few seconds to understand that the photos there are not quite ordinary. On them Andrey and cats, who are several times larger than him, against the background of urban and not very urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Meet Trophy Wife Barbie: She Smokes, Drinks, And Raises Hell

Trophy Wife Barbie is divorced. She drinks wine, smokes weed, and owns a massive arsenal of pink guns. She vomits, bleeds, and goes to the bathroom. She breastfeeds in public, has transgender friends, and frequently gives the finger. Oh, and she has antlers sprouting from her head.

In other words, Trophy Wife Barbie is nothing like the real Barbie. Continue reading »

Finally, “Friends” Is Getting Their Own LEGO Set

The much-anticipated Lego set based on TV classic Friends is so the best way to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary. They warned it was coming and now it’s been officially announced: a Lego version of Central Perk and all six Friends characters (and Gunther). Continue reading »

Kristen Stewart, Emma Watson & Indya Moore: The First Look On The Pirelli’s 2020 Calendar


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Paolo Roversi has recruited ten women—Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, Yara Shahidi, Mia Goth, Chris Lee, Claire Foy, Mia Goth, Indya Moore, and Rosalía Vila Tobella—to interpret the role of Shakespeare’s Juliet for the Pirelli 2020 calendar. Shot in Paris and Verona over a week in May, the calendar sees them act, pose, sing; each through their own emotion, art form, personality, character, and interpretation of the role. Although the final pictures are yet to be revealed, go behind-the-scenes and see the first images here. Continue reading »

Created From The Recycled Tire Tubes, The Pangolin By Cyclus Takes Backpacks To Another Level

2010’s Steel Pencil Design Award winner, the Pangolin by Cyclus takes backpacks to another level. Handmade by Colombian people in need and consisted of recycled tire inner tubes, the backpack is inspired by the pangolin, a mammal that possesses large keratin scales covering its skin for protection. Continue reading »

Concepts From Future Past: 1970 Ferrari Modulo 512

The Ferrari Modulo 512 was first seen at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970 but was designed a couple years earlier by Paolo Martin. Built on top of a chassis from a Ferrari 512 racer and with a design coming out of Pinanfarina, the Modulo certainly has an impressive pedigree and left its mark on the automotive world. Continue reading »