Vergvoktre makes paintings in charcoal that feel like staring into the abyss. It’s as if the most harrowing, bleak black metal you ever heard became so powerful that it created tangible pieces of artwork with its icy, forlorn sounds. Continue reading »
Before LOLCat, Grumpy Cat, Longcat, Nyan Cat, before all the famed kitties of the internet age, before the modern computer was but a glint in Mother Turing’s eye, there were the felines featured in the 1911 book, Kittens and Cats: A First Reader. Continue reading »
Turns out there’s an online community on Reddit with almost 68,000 active members that spend their days stapling bread to trees and sharing their experience online. We truly live in an amazing time! Continue reading »
Netflix has partnered with Hasbro and Mystifying Oracle to create an upside down version of the classic Ouija board inspired by the popular Stranger Things television series. Continue reading »
Scottish designer Scott Jarvie, has created the Void Rug, a 100% merino wool floor rug that when placed on the floor and viewed from a certain angle, it gives an illusion of depth. Continue reading »
American artist Tom Bob is running loose in the streets of New York, and let’s hope nobody catches him. Continue reading »
These aerial photographs show how an army of seals and cormorants have taken over a sand bank off the coast of Great Yarmouth. The pictures were taken by aerial photographer Mike Page over Scroby Sands and he estimated there were at least 2,000 seals and 1,500 cormorants. Continue reading »
It’s time for you to throw your old dictionary away because this one’s going to tell you everything that you need to know. Continue reading »
Photographer Lee Chapman from the Tokyo Times visited the site, snapping several terrific photos. The park opened in the 1970s under the name Kinugawa Family Ranch and expanded over time, rebranding itself as “Western Village.” But by 2006, it was forced to close down. Today, the park looks like a post-apocalyptic ‘Westworld’. Continue reading »
goCstudio have designed the wa_sauna, a privately owned sauna, designed and built to be used year round on Seattle’s Lake Union. The 240 square foot sauna is a registered vessel, powered by an electric trolling motor with three 12-volt batteries, and is heated by a wood burning stove. Inside, there’s enough room for 6 people. On top of the sauna, there’s a diving platform. There is also a small deck to sunbathe on. Continue reading »
There Has Been A Dead Cockroach In The Anthropology Building’s Stairwell For At Least Two Weeks. Some Enterprising Person Has Now Made Her A Little Shrine.
A professor at Texas A&M University posted these photos to Facebook. Continue reading »
Everyone possesses a whole number of characteristics which make them unique. Yet there are certain things which all of us have in common. Continue reading »
Supertrees light up the financial skyline from the newly opened Gardens By The Bay during a light and sound show in Singapore. These Supertrees range from 25-50 meters in height and serve as vertical gardens just next to Singapore’s busy financial district. (Wong Maye-E/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
A young woman grasps an artistic reconstruction of the legendary “Königsteiner Weinfass” — the wine barrel of Königstein – in a cellar of a fortress in Saxony, eastern Germany, on Sept. 15. By carefully arranging thousands of green Bordeaux bottles, the architect Hans Dieter Schaal tried to evoke Augustus II the Strong’s giant wine barrel from the days of the Holy Roman Empire. (DAPD / P. Mauksch) Continue reading »