This Artist Illustrates His Sweet Childhood Memories So Well The Results May Move You To Tears

Childhood… Although everyone has very different memories about this significant period of their lives, there‘s no doubt it‘s full of magic. Magic of discoveries, your first friends, pets, first family trips, the smell of a fresh pie baked by Grandma… And so much more! Continue reading »

These Pics Will Bring Back Fond Memories Of Your Childhood – Turkish Couple Becomes Culinary Sensation With Miniature-Sized Dishes

Miniature cook Burcu Celenoglu Aydin from Istanbul has been cooking miniature versions of popular Turkish dishes in a tiny kitchen with a working stove and range of utensils. Continue reading »

Photographer Conor Nickerson Adds Himself Into His Childhood Photos

Montreal-based photographer Conor Nickerson was flipping through family photos when he wondered what it might look like to see his present self photoshopped next to his childhood self. After gathering clothing, hats, and shoes that would match his boyhood looks, he proceeded to create this gallery that he calls “Childhood: Myself Hanging Out With Myself, 1997-2005”. Continue reading »

Child Photo Contest 2017 – The Best Pictures Dedicated To Childhood


“Both looking out” by Helen Whittle, Australia

The Black and White Child Photo Contest 2017, or B&W CHILD, has unveiled the winners of its fourth edition. This photo contest is dedicated to black and white photography on the theme of childhood, and this year again brings together thousands of images from around the world. Some beautiful photographs, capturing the innocence and poetry of childhood with a rare beauty! Continue reading »

If Classic Childhood Characters Were Badass Lunatics

French digital artist Sylvain Sarrailh (previously featured) has a spectacular gallery on DeviantART of skylines, nature and abandoned landscapes. Here, we can also find our favorite loveable and good-natured childhood cartoon characters, turned into… something quite different. Continue reading »

This Japanese Artist Turns Childhood Toys Into Amazing Post-Apocalyptic Nightmares

There’s no feeling in the world quite like the one a little kid experiences when they wake up on Christmas morning to find Santa Claus has fulfilled their dreams and left them a bevy of amazing toys. However, we’re pretty sure only the strangest children would be thrilled if they unwrapped their presents to find their playthings had been transformed into nightmarish post-apocalyptic pieces of art. That’s too bad, because these creations are way more fascinating than normal action figures. Continue reading »

Artist Turns Your Most Nostalgic Childhood Pics Into Stylish Tattoos So You Always Have Them On Your Skin

Alican Gorgu (AKA PigmentNinja) is a Turkish tattooist who transforms his clients into walking photo albums. Using old photographs for guidance, the Istanbul-based artist tattoos people with whatever chilhood memories they want immortalized on their bodies using his own distinct style, which he refers to as “Retro Minimal”. Continue reading »

“Your Childhood Post Apocalypse”: This Artist Makes Scary But Cute Zombie Plush Toys

J. Hricak from Louisville, KY, USA is a single parent and horror enthusiast who spends his spare time creating Undead Toys and once again proving that the internet is an extremely weird place! Continue reading »

Hilarious NSFW Coloring Book Corruptions To Ruin Your Childhood Fun

Childhood activities just aren’t the same once your adult mind has been corrupted by the harshness of the real world. Continue reading »

Father Draws Cartoon Childhood For His Daughter

Chinese photographer Liu Feng used his camera to capture memories of his daughter’s childhood – but thought this method was a little too commonplace for his special seven-year-old. The creative father decided to draw his daughter Dora in cartoon style after each photograph. Continue reading »

Photographer Commemorates Childhood Love For Star Wars, Places Iconic Figures In Real World

Thomas Dagg loves Star Wars. Each and every Star Wars figure and ship he owns, he can recall the name, where/how he got it, and their roll in his burgeoning imagination. His childhood wouldn’t be the same without the galactic adventures, and as an adult he has paid tribute to the galaxy far, far away in photographs. Continue reading »

Hilarious Childhood Hairstyles From The 1980s And Early ’90s You’ve Ever Seen

We have all had a bad hair cut at some point. Unlucky for these people though, their bad haircuts are forever immortalized. Here are the 30 worst kids haircuts you have ever seen. Most of them come directly from the 1980s and early ’90s, cool years for a lot of things but definitely not for hairstyles. Continue reading »

Grieving For The Lost Childhood: The Creepiest Graffiti Of Pripyat

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30 years ago the Ukrainian city Pripyat was abandoned after probably the biggest accident in nuclear power stations history of all times – Chernobyl disaster. But the city continues its existence in other forms. Graffiti in Pripyat is directly connected to the motive of the lost childhood and fear of the artists painting the abandoned town. This place causes mingled feelings: interest from one side and pity from the other. Pity for those people who used to live here and especially children whose childhood was stolen. Continue reading »

“Childhood In The Raw Photos”: New Zealand Photographer Captured Her Children, Who Are Growing Up With Limited Electronics

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Niki Boon began taking photos as a hobby while she was working as a physiotherapist in Scotland. However, the New Zealand native found her interest in the art waning while she travelled, and it wasn’t until she had returned home and started raising a family that her passion was rekindled. “Childhood in the Raw”, an ongoing photo series of her four children’s technology-free life on her 10-acre property in New Zealand, is the perennial fruit of this passion. Continue reading »

Childhood Of Tomorrow: The Incredible Surreal Art Of Simon Stålenhag

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It does not take many words to describe the art of Simon Stålenhag, Swedish artist whose works speaking for themselves. Landscapes of a future perfect straight out from the covers of the sci-fi volumes, modern machines but not too rarefied spaceships, space poetry. But even dinosaurs found, nature (almost) pristine, the firm search through a great color palette of a surreal but true… Continue reading »