Scenes From A Tiny World Where Everything Could Happen: Photograher Turns Everyday Objects Into Fun Miniature Worlds

According to Péter Csákvári: “I’ve spent 3 years creating this project called “Tiny Wasteland”. The series feature miniature figures placed next to everyday objects in order to create the illusion of microscopic worlds. I’m actually a food photographer so the whole idea came from there. I made about 100 pictures already from this tiny world, the rest you can find on my Instagram page.” Continue reading »

Artist Fuses Animals With Everyday Objects To Make Adorable Logos

Alfrey Davilla describes himself as an artist who specializes in logo and simple illustrations. The Indonesian illustrator fuses photographs of animals, people, and everyday tools to create his adorable illustrations. Thanks to his creativity, some of these creations became company logos. According to Davilla, he’s inspired by everyday life. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Transforms Everyday Objects Into “Something Else”

Russian artist Tatiana Khlopkova creates day-to-day images of various objects at which she likes to look from unexpected angles. She makes the objects change their shape, color, sizes, and function, finding their similarities in an incredible way. The artist calls her project – “something as something else”. Continue reading »

Relatable Book Titles That’ll Make You Say “This Is The Story Of My Life”

The best kind of humor is relatable humor. That’s why we recommend following this Instagram account. The illustrations and titles go together perfectly and they cover such a wide range of topics. Dating, dieting, trying to make friends as an adult without coming off like a desperate creep. Like we said, relatable. Scroll down to see our favorites and leave your book title ideas in comments. Continue reading »

114k Instagram Followers Can’t Get Enough Of These Minimalist Everyday-Object Photos By Thai Photographer

Finding your own style in photography is not easy, but Thai photographer Peechaya Burrough has achieved this by showing a beautiful and delicate work that deserves to be appreciated. Continue reading »

An Artist Portrays Everyday Life, And His Sense Of Humor Is Quite Unique

Adam Ellis is a graphic designer and author who became internet famous when he shared his series Dear David with his Twitter followers. While many of his themes have a dark undertone, he also creates funny and relatable comics about everyday life situations. He sometimes uses hyperbolic themes and expressions, but without necessarily losing touch with reality. Besides, let’s not forget that there’s nothing more hyperbolic than life itself. Continue reading »

Food And Everyday Life Merge In Surreal Illustrations By Marumichi

Japanese illustrator Marumichi creates surreal illustrations in which food and everyday life merge together seamlessly. It’s as if a foodie went to bed stuffed and dreamed of food. Continue reading »

Designer 3D Prints Famous Logos Into Items You Can Use Everyday

Japanese designer Taku Omura has come up with an amusing project in which he 3D prints famous brand logos into everyday items you can use at home or office. Continue reading »

Fascinating Black And White Photos That Capture Everyday Life Of The United States From Between The 1950s And 1960s

Brooklyn gang, NYC, 1959

Born 1933 in Oak Park, Illinois, American photographer Bruce Davidson (previously) has been a member of the Magnum Photos agency since 1958. His photographs, notably those taken in Harlem, New York City, have been widely exhibited and published. He is known for photographing communities usually hostile to outsiders. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Everyday Life To Compare Chinese And Western Culture

“Tiny Eyes” is a comic series, created by the Chinese artist Siyu, that shares slices of everyday life from a Chinese perspective. Continue reading »

Photographer Spots Patterns And Shapes In Everyday Life, Creates Beautiful Minimal Photos

Helena Georgiou, a Cypriot photographer known for her collection of ordinary people has a large collection of minimal photography. Continue reading »

Everyday Objects Obsessively Organized Into Patterns By Adam Hillman

New Jersey-based “object arranger” Adam Hillman has really stepped up his organization efforts the last few months, pushing his precisely organized patterns of everyday objects into increasingly more complicated designs. Everything from breakfast cereal to office supplies finds its place in these tightly controlled symmetrical layouts that take hours to measure, cut, and arrange. Continue reading »

“The Struggle For Utopia”: Everyday Soviet Life In Magnificent Photos By Semyon Friedland

Semyon Osipovich Friedland was a soviet photographer from Kiev. He was born in 1905 into a family of Jewish shoemakers. He began his career as a journalist, but then left the profession because of the censorship. In 1932 he graduated from the photography department of the State Institute of Cinematography. In 1950 Friedland worked as an editor-in-chief for the photography department of the famous “Ogonyok” (Russian: Огонёк, lit. “little flame”), which is one of the oldest weekly illustrated magazines in USSR and is published even today in Russia. Continue reading »

“Maggie Out”: Striking And Depressive Photographs Captured Everyday Life In Glasgow In 1980


Raymond Depardon/Magnum Photos

In 1980, French photojournalist Raymond Depardon was commissioned by the Sunday Times to travel to Glasgow for a feature on Europe’s overlooked tourist destinations. He knew nothing about the city and couldn’t speak English either. Continue reading »

Surly Socks With Brutally Honest Messages For Everyday Wear!

Blue Q socks bring joy to your feet, one silly saying at a time. They may be a little bit scandalous, but these fun swear word socks are some of our best sellers for a reason! Continue reading »