This Artist Created Tentacle Leggings And People On Etsy Just Can’t Get Enough

This Artist Created Tentacle Leggings And People On Etsy Just Can’t Get Enough

You have to agree that tentacles are kind of creepy – they’re slimy, slippery and just pretty spooky in general. But they’re clearly not creepy enough for women not to want them on their leggings! Daniel Struzyna, a designer based in Radevormwald, Germany, has designed and began selling unique tentacle leggings on Etsy and people just can’t get enough of them. Continue reading »

“Little Mermaid” Smeared In Red In Protest Against Whaling In Copenhagen

"Little Mermaid" Smeared In Red In Protest Against Whaling In Copenhagen

The vandalism of Copenhagen’s world famous statue of the Little Mermaid made a splash on Tuesday, as the sea-side sculpture was drenched in blood-red paint. Continue reading »

Photoshoot Imagines The Little Mermaid’s Wedding In Real Life

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Most Disney movies end with a picture-perfect wedding: The beautiful bride and groom kissing passionately in front of their friendly animal sidekicks while a honey-voiced narrator announces their happiness — ever after. As we Disney fans grow up, though, we’re convinced these fairytale finales don’t exist in real life. Well, we’ve just been proven wrong. In this The Little Mermaid-inspired fantasy shoot for online bridal marketplace Your Cloud Parade, models Traci Hines and Leo Camacho dressed up as the lovebirds from the Disney classic, Continue reading »

You Need A Mermaid Blanket In Your Life

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What a time to be alive! Not only are self-driving cars right around the corner, but now you can actually become a mermaid! Well… at least you can pretend to become a mermaid with your very own mermaid tail blanket. Mermaid blankets started out as a trend for kids, but soon adults became jealous. Now, there are mermaid blankets in adult and teen sizes. Continue reading »

Juan Cabana’s Genuine Mummified Mermaid Freaks

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Cryptozoology (from Greek κρυπτός, kriptos, “hidden” + zoology; literally, “study of hidden animals”) refers to the search for animals which are considered to be legendary or otherwise nonexistent by mainstream biology. What I like most about Juan’s work is how he strives for realism. His work truly does look like something that has possibly been unearthed after years spent in decay. You may have seen one of Tampa artist Juan Cabana’s creepy creations in the check-out line of your local grocery store. Continue reading »

Mermaid Tights That Make It Look Like You’re Developing A Tail

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What was your dream when you were a child? To be a mermaid or a dragon, perhaps? Well, we’ve got some good news for you! You can now come closer to making your childhood dreams come true with these beautiful mermaid and dragon tights by Daniel Struzyna, aka tinkercast, on Etsy. The tights are made with handmade silicone scales and they will definitely make you feel like a true mermaid or dragon. Continue reading »

Unleash Your Inner Mermaid With This Cozy Fish Tail Blanket

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Whether you’re splashing around in tropical waters or sunbathing on rocks, channeling your inner mermaid is easy peasy in summer. But as temperatures plummet, how can fish-tailed folks keep cozy? Continue reading »

A Real-Life Mermaid Who Swims With Sharks Using Her Fish Tail And Holds Breath For 2 Minutes

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In honor of our charity of the month, The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, I decided to reach out to Hannah Mermaid and learn a little bit more about her and her ocean advocacy.
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Adam Opris Photography on Mermaid Brides Bring Another Perspective to Underwater Brides

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Adam Opris Photography is continuing to push the envelope with his underwater photography! By bringing brides and grooms into the underwater realm, anything becomes possible. By incorporating the weightless environment underwater with bridal beauty and elegance, he is transforming the brides into mermaids and bringing their wedding dresses to life! Continue reading »

A Mermaid’s Perspective: Underwater Photos That Will Make You Question Which Way Is Up

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According to photographer Jenny Adler: “Gazing below the surface, from just the right angle and perspective, the underwater world takes over the sky. I like to call this the view from the eyes of the mermaids.” Continue reading »

Mermaid School in Montreal

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AquaMermaid founder Marielle Chartier Henault swims in a pool with a group of divers in Montreal, February 19, 2015. The school teaches kids and adults how to swim wearing mermaid tails, and offers mermaid-themed parties. (Photo by Christinne Muschi/Reuters)
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Mermaid On Starbucks Coffee Sleeves Turned Into Popular Characters

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Art can be done anytime and anywhere. Take, for example, @Sleevebucks, an Instagram (and tumbr) about movie and pop-culture characters drawn on the sleeves that come with cups of Starbucks coffee.
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Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy

Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy

Filipino mermaid swimming teacher Genevieve Reyes (C) has her tail adjusted by students during a lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines, 15 June 2013. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA) was created in 2012 in Boracay by Normeth Preglo of The Philippines and US swimming instructor Djuna Rocha. The swimming lessons were brought to Manila in April 2013. The price for a two-hour class is 37 US dollars. Photos by Dennis M. Sabangan/EPA. Continue reading »

Bethlehem’s Mermaid Avalon

Bethlehem's Mermaid Avalon

Rebecca West, 31, of Bethlehem, a.k.a. Mermaid Avalon, is a professional mermaid. Here she is posed at Memorial Pool on Illick’s Mill Road in Bethlehem Wednesday. — Photos by EMILY ROBSON / THE MORNING CALL, Jun. 12, 2013 Continue reading »

How to Turn Your Girlfriend into a Little Mermaid

How to Turn Your Girlfriend into a Little Mermaid

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Sea Creatures Come out for Coney Island’s Mermaid Parade

Sea Creatures Come out for Coney Island's Mermaid Parade

Revelers pose at the 2013 Mermaid Parade at Coney Island on June 22, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Coney Island was hard hit by Superstorm Sandy but parade organizers, whose offices were flooded, were able to raise $100,000 on Kickstarter to fund the parade. The Mermaid Parade began in 1983 and features participants dressed as mermaids and other sea creatures while paying homage to the former tradition of the Coney Island Mardi Gras, which ran annually in the early fall from 1903-1954. (Timothy Clary/Mario Tama/AFP Photo/Getty Images) Continue reading »

Giant Mermaid on the Alster River in Hamburg

Giant Mermaid on the Alster River in Hamburg

After it was installed on Monday, a boat passes asculpture of a giant mermaid designed by German artist Oliver Voss on the river Alster in Hamburg, Germany. The sculpture, made of styrofoam and steel, will be on exhibit for ten days. (AFP/Getty Images, DAPD) Continue reading »