German Woman Shows The Reality Of Perfect Instagram Photos And The Result Is A Lot Of Fun

We see daily photos of celebrities or friends who seem to be far from reality in social media. Many users perceiving the “falsehood” in the photos are inspired and play with these situations. This time it was Geraldine West, who lives in Cologne, who decided to make the series of photos called “Instagram and Reality”, which shows in a ridiculous way the beautiful photo in real life. Continue reading »

Dad Shows What Would Happen If Kid’s Drawings Became Reality

“Things I Have Drawn” is an Instagram account where artist and father-of-two Tom Curtis shares children’s drawings from all over the world. But that’s not all – he decided that it would be fun to bring those cute, childish doodles into the real life. The result is both funny and terrifying. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Shows You How Much Time She Takes To ‘Perfect’ Each Illustration

Practice makes perfect. For Netherlands-based digital artist Floortje, she not only shares her creative artworks such as her ‘Realism Challenge’ on Instagram @floortjesart, but also a plethora of design tips and tutorials to help others in the creative field. Continue reading »

Illustrator Joey Yu Shows You How To De-Stress And Relax, According To Your Zodiac Sign

The beginning of the year can be a stressful time for some. To help you avoid burn out before mid-year even hits, London-based illustrator Joey Yu shows you how to pamper yourself with some self-care astrology illustrations created for website Girl Boss. Continue reading »

Artist Shows The Sorrow Of Thrown Away Objects He Finds In The Streets By Drawing Sad Clown Faces On Them

Some artists provoke change with their art and others try to make people smile. LA-based street artist Lonesome Town combined both by adding faces on thrown away furniture. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates What Would Happen If Movies And TV Shows Were Made In Real Life

If you have ever watched a movie or a TV series then you have come to the right place. Have you ever wondered what would it be like, if the characters and scenes from your favorite TV shows and movies were based in real life? Continue reading »

Illustrator Fernanda Suarez Shows How Disney Princesses Would Look Like If They Lived In 2017

In recent years, we’ve seen quite a few reimagined ‘modern’ versions of the Disney princesses we grew up loving and admiring. This latest interpretation by Chilean digital artist Fernanda Suarez, however, might be the fairest of them all. Continue reading »

Artist Wil Hughes Shows How Pop Culture Icons Would Look In Real Life, And It Will Give You Nightmares

Australian digital artist Wil Hughes, who studies animation at Griffith University in Brisbane, has a unique talent; he turns beloved, usually family-friendly pop culture icons into nightmarish demons that look like they clawed their way straight out of Hell. Continue reading »

This 3D Printed Coffee Table Shows Art As Seen Under The Microscope

Scientists have long been fascinated with viewing objects under the microscope, and it’s easy to see why. You get a fresh perspective on everyday items that look completely different under the lens. With pretty patterns and vivid colors, there’s a sense of surprise when you get a closer look at images that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Continue reading »

Artist Shows How Ridiculous Rich People’s Showers Are By Doodling On Them

For some rich people, a shower isn’t just a shower. No. It’s also a work of art. After all, what’s the point in cleaning yourself if you can’t look good while you’re doing it? Check out these awesome showers to see what we mean… but there’s a difference. They’ve all been hilariously altered by an artist who goes by the name of Artxauroraxart. After all, if we can’t afford to bathe in luxury then at least we can laugh about it! Continue reading »

Instagram’s ‘Bros Being Basic’ Shows Men Recreating Clichéd Snaps Of Women

A hilarious Instagram account sees men spoofing the clichéd photos that women are often guilty of posting on the photo sharing app. Bros Being Basic, which was launched in 2014 and now boasts 500K+ followers, shows guys posing for gym selfies, rocking facial mud masks in the bathtub, cuddling with their adorable pets, and imitating more ‘basic’ photos that some ladies regularly post. The account, founded by Atlanta-based blogger Ashley Hesseltine and a group of her male friends, also parodies the way some women overuse – and incorrectly use – hashtags. Continue reading »

A Meditative Photo Series Shows Tokyo’s Loneliest Moments

Yota Yoshida’s contemplative images are far from what you’d expect from the most populous metropolitan area in the world. A street photographer hailing from Tokyo, takes ideas of time and temporality to metaphysical heights in his new photographic series, ‘from somewhere, to elsewhere.’ Continue reading »

Artist Shows How To Repackage Junk Food So That Hipsters Would Buy It

You’ll never find a box of Cap’n Crunch or a pack of Slim Jims in a hipster’s house. Why? Well, aside from the fact that neither are organic, the colors of the packaging would simply clash too much with all of the other artfully designed products in their food cupboard. Continue reading »

Guy Shows Off His Amazing World War II Cover Up Tattoo

In the early 2000s everyone was getting tribal tattoos, but when this man looked at his tribal tattoo in 2017 he was filled with regret, so he decided to switch it up. Continue reading »

Incredible Photo Series Shows Huge Dogs Playing With Their Tiny Toddler Pals


Photo by Andy Seliverstoff

A photographer is launching a new book featuring 100 touching images showing the loving bond between young children and their enormous dogs. The series of pictures shows breeds such as Great Danes and Newfoundlands towering over toddlers – highlighting their mutual love for each other. Children no taller than 2ft are seen high-fiving their family pets, running alongside them and even riding their beloved dogs as if they were a horse. The extraordinary collection will feature in a book called ‘Little Kids and Their Big Dogs’ – which is all down to the work of photographer Andy Seliverstoff. Continue reading »