Artist Imagines How Pop Culture Characters Would Look If They Were Saints

Digital artist Gedo, better known as @gedogfx to his followers on his Instagram account, recently created an amazing project where he transformed famous characters from pop culture into holy figures. Continue reading »

Someone Found An Old Photo Album Full Of Pics Of This Woman And Hollywood Celebrities In A Thrift Shop

Bruce Willis

A thrift shop in Belgium has caused quite a stir on the Internet. People at Opnieuw & Co, a local establishment in Mortsel, discovered an old photo album where a woman posed next to the biggest stars in Hollywood. After they shared some of the pictures, the online community immediately started their investigation. Who was this woman hugging Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Bruce Willis, and other A-list celebrities? Continue reading »

These Funnily Terrible Portraits Of Famous People Drawn By This ‘Artist’ Are Awfully ‘Accurate’

There lives a guy in Italy named Matteo Carta. During his work hours, he’s a wedding photographer but in his free time, he’s an aspiring celebrity portrait artist. He uploads his portraits to Instagram and Twitter, and he gets fairly decent attention for his works. Continue reading »

Photographer Jack Davison Captures The Best Actors Of 2019 With A Minimalist And Inventive Approach


Adam Driver by Jack Davison/The New York Times

Released in December, just before awards season, the Great Performers Issue is one of The New York Times Magazine’s most anticipated of the year. Continue reading »

80 Wonderful Black And White Photographs Of The Famous (And Not So Famous) People Who Have Left Their Mark On History


English fashion model Twiggy, born Lesley Hornby. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Getty Images). 1966 Continue reading »

When He Said “Jump…”: The Most Influential Images Of All Time Captured By The Photographer Philippe Halsman

American actress Eva Marie Saint, 1954.

Philippe Halsman (2 May 1906 Riga, Russian Empire – 25 June 1979 New York City – previously) was a Latvian-born American portrait photographer. Many celebrities photographed by Halsman include Alfred Hitchcock, Judy Garland, Winston Churchill, Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Dandridge, and Pablo Picasso. Many of those photographs appeared on the cover of Life. In such photos, he utilizes a variety of his rules of photography. For example, in one of his photos of Winston Churchill, the omission of his face makes Halsman’s photo even more powerful at making Churchill more human. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Photos Of Classic Beauties Taken From Between The 1940s And 1960s By Philippe Halsman

Marilyn Monroe, photo by Philippe Halsman, variant used for cover of LIFE, November 9, 1959

Philippe Halsman (2 May 1906 – 25 June 1979) was born in Riga and began to take photographs in Paris in the 1930s. He opened a portrait studio in Montparnasse in 1934, where he photographed André Gide, Marc Chagall, André Malraux, Le Corbusier and other writers and artists, using an innovative twin-lens reflex camera that he had designed himself. Continue reading »

Awkward Vintage Photos of Celebrities Posing With Their Beloved Cats

David Bowie

It would appear from these photos that celebrities love cats and kittens just as much as the rest of us. Who among us has not snuggled up with a cute kitty or played with a cat and a ball of string. They are amazing animals that bring even the most famous people much pleasure. Continue reading »

“Modern Renaissance”: Classic Paintings Recreated With Modern Celebrities

What happens when you have too much free time and like to play with Photoshop? This. This happens… The Photoshop wizards over at Worth1000 (currently owned by DesignCrowd) inserted some current celebrities into classic paintings. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes A Living By Painting Celebrities With Pancakes On Their Heads

Artist Dan Lacey has made quite a name for himself by painting celebrities with pancakes on their head. He has a successful Etsy store where you can buy his creations and support Dan’s talent. Scroll down to see some of his best works! Continue reading »

These Retro 80s Album Covers Of Today’s Pop Stars Are Totally Radical

FULALEO is a graphic designer and illustrator originally from Colombia but currently based in Melbourne, Australia. In a series entitled The 2080s “Past is the Future” the artist designed a series of 80s retro LP covers, using contemporary pop stars. He even made up album names for each one! Continue reading »

68 Nostalgic Images Of The Greatest Pop Culture Legends In History Shared By Morrison Hotel Gallery

Audrey Hepburn, 1967

Photo: Terry O’Neill

Media is packed with shiny covers and airbrushed images of celebrities we love, but the candid behind-the-scenes images that capture the unpolished truths and honest emotions of these famous faces are what show someone we can actually relate to. Continue reading »

Artist Juliana LePine Creates Incredibly Highly-Detailed Miniature Sculptures

Juliana LePine is a Brazilian sculptor that lives in Canada. She started sculpting in 2010 after making her own wedding cake topper and getting lots the attention from her guests! In a short period of time the artist was known for creating different techniques that allowed for many realistic features that were never achieved before in cold porcelain before. In 2011, Juliana started teaching her innovations through Youtube, online classes, DVD’s, and had a large base of followers from all over Brazil. Continue reading »

Russian Blogger Makes Parodies Out Of Celebrity Photos, And More Than 20,000 Followers On Instagram Approve

From time to time, while scrolling our Instagram or Facebook feeds, we come across some pictures of celebrities that just seem… too much. In most cases, we might just laugh it off, share it with our friends and move on, however, this hilarious blogger decided to take it to the next level. Continue reading »

This Artist Photoshops Celebrities Hanging Out With Their Younger Selves, And The Result Will Make You Feel Old


Lady Gaga/@ardgelinck

Imagine if you could go back in time and meet your younger, wilder self? What words of advice would you have? Dutch artist Ard Gelinck hasn’t invented the time machine just yet, but his brilliantly photoshopped images of iconic people and their younger versions might just be the next best thing. Continue reading »