Vojtech Ruzicka dressed as a character from the computer game “World of Warcraft” stands in a field near the town of Kamyk nad Vltavou, Czech Republic. Continue reading »
The superb sci-fi themed creations of digital illustrator and concept artist Brad Wright. Based in the UK, Brad Wright creates environments, character art, futuristic vehicles and weapon designs for the video game and entertainment industry. He’s recently worked on the amazing Alien Isolation video game and his works have featured in ImagineFX magazine and other top publications. Continue reading »
Based in Providence, Rhode Island, Jon Foster is an award-winning sci-fi and fantasy artist. Best known for his covers for DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics, his work has also featured in National Geographic, Teen Wolf and on a number of book jackets. Continue reading »
The Electric State: Simon Stålenhag Comes A New Narrative Artbook About A Girl And Her Robot Traveling West In An Alternate 90s USA
“In late 1997, a runaway teenager and her yellow toy robot travel west through a strange USA, where the ruins of gigantic battle drones litter the countryside heaped together with the discarded trash of a high tech consumerist society in decline. As their car approaches the edge of the continent, the world outside the window seems to be unraveling ever faster as if somewhere beyond the horizon, the hollow core of civilization has finally caved in.” Continue reading »
The luxurious Elysium by Furrion looks like something a James Bond villain would love to own. The start of the art vehicle is designed for the filthy rich, and it comes complete with a hot tub and an impressive looking mini helicopter. Continue reading »
With lots of beautiful colors, crochet dragon scales, and a beautiful crocodile stitch pattern, the fingerless gloves look absolutely stunning. And not only will they make you look like a dragon, but keep you warm too! Well, except your fingers. They’re 100% hand crochet and made with wool, acrylic, and mohair. Are they awesome, or what?! Continue reading »
The Unemployed Philosophers Guild sells plush Little Thinkers dolls, and their Van Gogh comes with a special feature: it has a detachable left ear that you can gift your significant other, just like Van Gogh did. Supposedly, he severed his ear in a fit of lunacy after a fight with his friend Gauguin in 1888, but new research suggests he might have lost it in a duel. Continue reading »
The forgotten souls of a once vibrant community now haunt the forest, their clothes tattered, their spirits almost vacant, Their routines so engrained in their memories they still perform, subconsciously to an audience of trees. The big top tents taken down, rotted, decayed and lost to the mists of time…. Continue reading »
A young moose stands behind a window in an administration building of Siemens in Dresden, Germany Monday August 25, 2014. Police are trying to capture a moose on the loose in the eastern German city of Dresden. A spokesman for Dresden police says the young bull walked into the offices of German industrial giant Siemens on Monday and got stuck behind a glass wall. Marko Laske says officers and wildlife are trying to shoo the moose into a container so he can be taken to the local zoo. Moose are rare in Germany and the animal is likely to have come from neighboring Poland. (Photo by Arno Burgi/AP Photo/DPA)
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The people of Milan awoke to find something a little strange yesterday morning.
Just off of Via dei Mercanti, near the heart of the old city, a submarine had apparently pushed its way through the paving stones and damaged a nearby car. The road’s shattered surface lay piled up around, with baffled firefighters looking on. Meanwhile, sailors clambered down from the lost submarine’s tower to meet emergency crews at the scene.
In case you haven’t guessed already, it was, of course, an ambitious publicity stunt. Workers for Europ Assistance IT, an insurance group based in Italy, had come to the street early in the morning to construct the fake submarine.
Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman goes big – so big, that it’s practically impossible to miss his artistic statements. His latest work is a 46 feet tall and 55 feet long inflatable rubber duck, which today arrived to Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour and will stay there till June 9. Boldly called the Rubber Duck, this floating sculpture is described by Florentijn as a “very positive artistic statement that immediately connects people to their childhood”.
China’s first chocolate theme park, in Beijing, will display exhibits made out of, of course, chocolate. The annual exhibition, World Chocolate Wonderland, will be held from Dec. 16 to Feb. 19, at Shanghai’s Himalaya Art Museum; creations on display will include chocolate terracotta warriors, the Great Wall of China and more commonplace objects, like shoes, clothes and handbags.
Chocolate Terracotta Warriors are displayed at the World Chocolate Wonderland in Taipei June 28, 2010. (REUTERS/Nicky Loh) Continue reading »
French TV presenter Karine Ferri tries to stop her skirt from disintegrating at Paris’ Salon du Chocolat. (Bureau233 / eyevine) Continue reading »
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