It’s one thing to build a hotel on the foot of a glacier just above the Arctic circle, it’s another thing entirely to also make it energy positive. But that’s precisely what award-winning Norwegian architects Snøhetta have been tasked with creating. Continue reading »
Traveling illustrator Maxwell Tilse documents his European journeys by creating small drawings of each city he lands in. Continue reading »
Life is pain and everything is awful. That’s why you need this book of SMALL WAYS TO FEEL HAPPY. Continue reading »
Prepare to be transported to the astonishing fantasy worlds created by concept artist and illustrator Bayard Wu. Bayard Wu has an impressive body of work and an amazing ability to portray all manner of warrior, creature, demon and beast. He works as a professional artist for video games, books and publishing, his many clients include Applibot, Akitipe Studios, Crooz and Privateer Press. Continue reading »
Artist Turns Stretch Marks And Other Body “Flaws” Into Stunning Art, But Not Everyone Finds It Beautiful
Stretch marks, scars, and even menstruation are all things women are routinely told to hide, but one Barcelona-based artist is turning these supposed flaws into beautiful new ways to appreciate the female body. Continue reading »
One airline in China has just elevated their dress code to new heights by providing their crew members with stylish haute couture uniforms that seem to be taken straight out of a fashion magazine cover. Continue reading »
Amateur snapper Martin Docker from Isle of Dogs, east London, spotted the pair going toe-to-toe in his back garden and grabbed his camera to capture the titanic tussle. The maintenance worker captured the duo appearing to fly through the air to land roundhouse kicks, wrestling-style spear moves and judo-esque throws. Continue reading »
“Difficult” shoes like this squid-design have won Filipino fashion and shoe designer Kermit Tesoro celebrity patronage. The 27-year-old drew the attention of Lady Gaga with his famous skull-heel shoes, which resulted in Tesoro’s heel-less design being featured in Gaga’s Gilt collection. Continue reading »
Meet Itamar Gilboa, the Israeli born artist, who now lives in the inspirational city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he moved from his home country to study art. His studio is filled with his lifetime work. And what about his latest project? Mr. Gilboa decided to recreate the exact amount of food he ate during the past 365 days. Continue reading »
British artist John Stezaker is fascinated by the lure of images. Taking classic movie stills, vintage postcards and book illustrations, Stezaker makes collages to give old images a new meaning. By adjusting, inverting and slicing separate pictures together to create unique new works of art, Stezaker explores the subversive force of found images. Stezaker’s famous Mask series fuses the profiles of glamorous sitters with caves, hamlets, or waterfalls, making for images of eerie beauty. Continue reading »
Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) has become synonymous with a booming technology sector that has created vast wealth for many. Yet the rapid growth of the technology industry in the city known as ‘India’s Silicon Valley’ has barely touched the lives of the 2 million people who live in poverty. Simon Murphy documented their daily experiences.
A boy cycles past a shrine to the Virgin Mary on his way to school in Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore). According to the country’s official census, just 2.3% of India’s population is Christian, compared with 80.5% Hindu and 13.4% Muslim. Continue reading »
The six-legged lamb was born in a small village called Velistikhe in the republic of Georgia. The baby lamb has four legs in the front and two legs in the back. It appears to have at least partial control of each leg, according to The Daily Mail. The lamb also seems to be a hermaphrodite. It has both male and female sex organs.
However, bizarre creatures are born more often than not – from two headed pigs, to four-eared cats, to albino turtles. Here is a photo of the six-legged lamb plus 16 other bizarre creatures. Continue reading »
It takes around 30 hours to build each model, and Iain refuses to use glue – depending instead on arranging the bricks in a way that gives them maximum strength. He orders his bricks ‘in bulk’ online and owns around 50,000 pieces of Lego.
Physicist Stephen Hawking rendered in Lego by imaginative father Iain Heath. Continue reading »