Shawn Huckins is a Denver, Colorado-based painter who has brought humor into his work.
Huckins is most known for incorporating modern sayings from the internet onto early-American portraiture by asking the question, “What would George Washington post on Facebook? How would Lewis and Clark communicate their progress westward via Twitter?” Continue reading »
Worlds Largest Jesus Christ Statue From Poland Began Distributing Internet From Antennas In His Crown
The world’s largest figure of Jesus Christ in Świebodzin has been blessed with newly installed equipment for commercial broadcasting of Internet signals – inform Fakt 24.pl. The antenna assembly was ordered by the parish priest in Świebodzin, the main initiator of the construction of the monument. Continue reading »
Espen Olsen Sætervik is a Norwegian artist. Judging by his biography on Twitter and ArtStation, he is now working on a game called Halo Infinite.
But the Norwegian is also known for his art and paintings. Soterwick has a series of “northern” landscapes — he draws them, inspired by the nature of Norway. At the same time, Sætervik has both physical paintings drawn with brushes and fully digital ones. Continue reading »
A world without the Internet is already an alien concept. The Internet is an integral part of our daily routines and objects around us, so much in fact, that certain things would not even exist without it.
But that certainly doesn’t mean we can’t try imagining how certain apps would look like in different times, right? Thomas Olliver, a creative art director, has envisioned technologies of nowadays as objects from the 1980s. Continue reading »
Now that we have the internet, we have access to pretty much all the information we could ever need. Before there was Google, people used their local public library. And not just because libraries are full of books. Librarians were specially trained to help people find information, or to simply answer a question themselves. Featured below are some of the funniest examples. Continue reading »
If you enjoy browsing the internet a lot then you’re probably already familiar with the fact that there are literally millions of cat photos on it, to the point that the cat has to be the internets un official mascot and most beloved animal, but these photos by photographer Felicity Berkleef aren’t like the rest. Continue reading »
There’s a street vendor in Vietnam that appears to be above his competition. Mainly because the merchant looks so appealing, he would probably persuade you even into buying sand in a desert. Continue reading »
You would think that by now people wouldn’t ask the whole Internet for help with photoshopping. Yet they still do… Continue reading »
It is no secret Donald Trump feels strongly about his public perception.
He has previously fired up publicly when he was mocked for having small hands and he slammed Saturday Night Live’s impersonation of him as a ‘complete hit job’. But no matter how much the President works to prove himself as a big leader, there’s always those willing to bring him down to something a little smaller. Behold the latest meme taking the internet by storm: Tiny Trumps. The edited images of the President first appeared on a new Reddit community called Tiny Trumps. Continue reading »
“Gods gift to men” this is how men usually think of Yoga pants. However, after the Orenburgs hairy Yoga pants, we think this opinion could suddenly change. Many have thought this is a fake product or a parody but in fact you can get it over Ebay where it is sold as “Leggins / pants Longhair 100% Goat Down Russian Cashmere Mohair FETISH men woman”. It’s the latest hit from Orenburg, because who can wear tin Yoga pants on severe cold temperature? Continue reading »
None of us should ever succumb to panic — real life is definitely still out there despite the huge role that the Internet plays in modern life. Gadgets and technology play a part in our lives, but it really is just a part. Nevertheless, it’s funny to think about the hundreds of little ways these things have changed our behavior. Continue reading »
You’ve never seen Mike Ehrmantraut from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul like this before. For this eerily-realistic cake, Mike shows his sweeter side. Created by Natalie of Sideserf Cake Studio in Austin, Texas, this incredible cake perfectly captures Mike Ehrmantraut’s persona. This cake sculpture is so realistic, it doesn’t even look edible! But that’s just because Natalie happens to be unbelievably talented at creating realistic cakes that don’t look like cakes. It’s kind of her thing now and the internet is beginning to take notice. Continue reading »
You’ve probably heard of cosplay, where fans of comics, TV shows, and movies dress up like their favorite characters. Some of the costumes are incredibly detailed and impressive. But have you ever heard of cosplay for cats? Thanks to two cooperative cats and a creative costume designer, these awesome photos are beginning to take over the internet. Nathan Smith, a plumbing-technician by day, costume designer by night, lives in Washington state with his two cats, Nak and Freyu. Smith took Nak to a Renaissance fair (in costume, of course), about five years ago, and ever since he’s been creating costumes just for his cats. Continue reading »
Civitacampomarano is a small village in the province of Campobasso with just 400 souls, mainly elderly. In this village, rich in folk traditions, Internet is a partially unknown world: mobile phones have difficulty working and the data connection is practically nonexistent. Continue reading »
Dentists can be quite scary to most people, though we can never pinpoint the reason why. Maybe it’s because the sound of the drill or the fact that we’re in such a prone position as they work in our mouths and we never know what they’re going to discover. Continue reading »
A mall Santa in Canada is attracting woman from all over due to his dashing looks. Continue reading »
Perfectly timed photos from before the age of digital photography and smartphone cameras are even more impressive. Some of the best photographers of the time captured iconic moments on film.
This picture, identified as a woman sneezing and taken in 1900, is often called the original perfectly timed photo. It’s more likely that the picture is staged, however, and the woman is an actress advertising her skills. Film exposures were too long to catch something as fleeting as a sneeze—especially with no blurring. (via Imgur)
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“It started out with actual dog clothes and then to kids’ jumpers and then one thing led to another and before I knew it I was shopping in the baby section buying onesies” says Jennifer Mclean who’s the proud owner of two of the cutest Staffordshire Terriers around. Continue reading »
Walk the streets of Auckland, New Zealand, and there’s a good chance you’ll come across some of Paul Walsh’s work. A self-taught artist, Walsh has spent the last several years transforming his city’s unsightly internet service provider utility boxes into colorful portraits and landscapes, each of which adds a dash of much-needed whimsy and creativity to the otherwise drab fixtures. But rather than pull a Banksy and create his art clandestinely, Walsh’s work is done with the permission and full support of Chorus, the local telecommunications ISP who own his medium of choice. Continue reading »
“This was a fun challenge, mainly because I wanted to do something a bit different than what someone would expect. Lots of images of Firefox have been done already with a girl dressed up as (or drawn as) a fox hugging or wrapping themselves around the Earth. I did about 5 or 6 different concept sketches before ultimately deciding on this idea.” Continue reading »
Google is launching balloons into near space to provide internet access to buildings below on the ground. About 30 of the superpressure balloons are being launched from New Zealand from where they will drift around the world on a controlled path. Attached equipment will offer 3G-like speeds to 50 testers in the country.
Access will be intermittent, but in time the firm hopes to build a big enough fleet to offer reliable links to people living in remote areas. It says that balloons could one day be diverted to disaster-hit areas to aid rescue efforts in situations where ground communication equipment has been damaged. But one expert warns that trying to simultaneously navigate thousands of the high-altitude balloons around the globe’s wind patterns will prove a difficult task to get right. Google calls the effort Project Loon and acknowledges it is “highly experimental” at this stage.
Each balloon is 15m (49.2ft) in diameter – the length of a small plane – and filled with lifting gases. Electronic equipment hangs underneath including radio antennas, a flight computer, an altitude control system and solar panels to power the gear. Google aims to fly the balloons in the stratosphere, 20km (12 miles) or more above the ground, which is about double the altitude used by commercial aircraft and above controlled airspace. Google says each should stay aloft for about 100 days and provide connectivity to an area stretching 40km in diameter below as they travel in a west-to-east direction. (BBC News)
A fully inflated test balloon sits in a hangar at Moffett Field airfield in California. Google is testing the balloons which sail in the stratosphere and beam the Internet to Earth. (Photo by Andrea Dunlap/Google) Continue reading »
Lauren Kaelin sure loves memes. So she started to make oil paintings out of them and notes that her art project called “Benjameme” is “inspired by Walter Benjamin and the Ikea Monkey.” Each of Kaelin’s paintings are available for sale as matte prints for $20 or matte poster prints for $75. These are the perfect gifts for every classic Internet fan! (via) Continue reading »
Absolutely amazing! Fantastic! Terrible! “Internet K-hole” is the best photo blog I’ve ever seen. Take a deep breath and welcome back in 70th, 80th and 90th. From colledge parties to university messes, from oldies and early punk-rockers to the mobs and oldskool rap-stars, from your moms and dads to your pals. Most of these photos were made of amateur photographers.
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