“Do You Feel the Darkness Calling You?”: The Alternative Jewelry by The Russian Metalsmith Kate Snap

Kate Snap is considered one of the best female jewelers in Russia, working in the genre of “alternative jewelry.”

According to Kate: “I got into the jewelry business by chance, when for fun I decided to go to a jewelry workshop. The process of creating a ring and the finished result so impressed me that I immediately decided to learn the craft. By that time I had had enough of studying to be a designer, and the new hobby was able to fill my entire life.” Continue reading »

Florey’s Unforgettable Alternative Movie Posters

Florey is an Australian artist, and his style is easily identifiable and highly desirable! His past work includes some fantastic renditions of Daredevil, Futurama, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Hellboy to name just a mere few. Continue reading »

Scary Potter – Terrifying Alternative Posters For The Harry Potter Movies

Here are some terrifying alternative posters for the Harry Potter saga, created by illustrator Dylan Pierpont! With this series entitled Scary Potter, the artist pays tribute to this cult universe, focusing on the dark and horrifying side of the saga. Continue reading »

Designer Paints Alternative Posters Of Popular Movies Based On Mood In The Films

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UK-based freelance artist Karl Fitzgerald draws inspiration from the mood set in famous films, including Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and Kill Bill, to recreate their posters. The illustrator paints these alternative artworks and sells some of them as screen prints. Continue reading »

Everyday Objects Turned Into Delightful Alternative Reality By Illustrator Tineke Meirink

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With her series ‘Stop Watch’ artist Tineke Meirink proofs that ‘it’s just more fun to take a closer look’. The Dutch artist takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to most people but not to her. Tineke Meirink recognizes the beautiful potential in them, revealing it to us by digitally drawing delightful characters on the pictures. That way the photos get a whole different meaning, they come to life. She hopes it makes people realize that everything has its beauty. Continue reading »

The Uniface Mask: A New Alternative to Make-up or Plastic Surgery?

Uniface mask is a dream fulfilling face that satisfies today’s beauty standards. Giant anime eyes, long lashes, a high nose bridge, and narrow chin and cheeks are all in one product for a lifetime’s worth of confidence.

It’s time to be free from painful and dangerous plastic surgeries or tiring make up, gadgets and circle lenses. With Uniface mask, it’s only one step to become an ideal beauty. Simply spraying on our cell-blending glue, and put on the mask. Your beautiful life will start from here! Price: $ 399.99.

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Alternative Fashion by Circa Nocturna

For those who favour alternative fashion, Circa Nocturna is the one event that cannot be missed during the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. This year’s event was as unusual and infamously different as only Circa can be, however this was particularly significant as it marks the end of the traditional showcase of Australian subculture fashion, and will now be replaced with smaller boutique based previews throughout the year. Continue reading »

The Alternative Hair Show at the Royal Albert Hall in London

A model presents a creation during The Alternative Hair show at the Royal Albert Hall in London. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) Continue reading »

Moscow’s Alternative Hair Show Celebrates Hairdressing Art

A model waits backstage before the Alternative Hair Show in Moscow’s Kremlin, Sept. 28. (Denis Sinyakov / Reuters) Continue reading »

60BAGs: Sustainable Alternative for Retailers



60BAGs are the perfect natural answer to the environment’s needs. They are biodegradable carrier bags made out of flax-viscose non-woven fabric. Its material was scientifically developed and manufactured in Poland.

Katarzyna Okinczyc (the industrial designer on the project) and Remigiusz Truchanowicz (the photographer) managed to convince the Institute of Natural Fibers in Poznan to give them exclusive rights to commercialize and distribute their invention.

Via Popsop.