If Lego and cats are among your favorite things in this world, now you can order a playful statue made of ‘Legos’ to liven up even the dullest office space or a living room. Hong-Kong-based company Jekca offers mini Lego sculptures for ‘kidults’ that come around 1.6 ft each – and their variety will surprise even the pickiest of customers. Continue reading »
Love is a feeling that’s hard to define — so Andrew Hou found a charming way around having to define it.
The artist, who lives in Seoul, Korea, says he has never considered himself to be good with words, especially when it comes to expressing his feelings. That all became increasingly evident to him in 2010 when he was having a hard time communicating his feelings to his then-girlfriend (now wife!), Kate.
So he turned to what he knew best: art. Continue reading »
Pretty much everyone has experienced the phenomenon of seeing things that aren’t really there. This type of illusion is called ‘pareidolia’, and it tricks our brains into perceiving familiar shapes in the strangest of places. Continue reading »
Artist Toshihiko Hosaka creates some of the most elaborate sand sculptures in all Japan. His work is so detailed and refined, most sculptures look like they’ve been carved from stone. Continue reading »
Canadian photographer Todd McLellan makes visible the inner workings of everyday products by dismantling, carefully arranging the components and photographing them. His book, Things Come Apart, presents a unique view of items such as chainsaws and iPods, transforming ordinary objects into works of art. Continue reading »
“My neighbour is completely obsessed with Justin Bieber. It’s actually a little bit odd. Apart from the posters all over the wall, I’ve even seen her sitting on her sofa with a life-size cut-out of him. Gives me the creeps!” Continue reading »
TV shows are so addictive that they generate all kinds of reactions among their biggest fans. Passion therefore often stimulates creativity as some fans even imagine new posters and new visuals elements for their favorite series. It is of course the case of the latest trendy TV show produced by Netlix: Stranger Things. This return to the 80’s sci-fi is celebrated in a beautiful way on the tumblr Comeback Kid. Continue reading »
Some of the things listed in this infographic by Business Insider might come as a shock, as we don’t really think about these things. Unknowingly, we might also harbor ill feelings towards people who have too many friends on Facebook or post too many pictures. Perhaps correcting these actions might make us more likeable people. Continue reading »
All the common objects are kinda boring when you look at them, but the situation changes when an awesome Electron Microscope comes on the scene. A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is a type of electron micrograph that makes images of a sample by scanning it with a focused beam of electrons. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye. Here: Ground black pepper Continue reading »
All Little Things has been working on the series of illustration to share the little moments of love, which are the binding agents in a long-lasting relationship. The true love is simple yet intimate that you would give a smile for it. The illustrations remind couples that love is filled up every time, everywhere around them. Continue reading »
LoveByte< has been helping couples stay together even when they're apart since 2014, but they aren't just an app designer: their Love Is... webcomic has become a favorite for those struck by Cupid's arrow. Continue reading »
Being single is a life of rises and falls. The first ones may include the ability to do what you want and when you want it. Below though we show you the falls which a single girl or guy has to cope with.
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Snuggles is a 8 month old African Crested Porcupine (Hystrix cristata) here she is trying to look like a bad ass with her Mohawk quills out.
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Things with Faces (Pareidolia) are photographs of objects that resemble the appearance of an animal or face. Pareidolia is an optical illusion which involves identifying shapes in objects where they are not present. The psychological phenomenon often takes the form of seeing faces in inanimate objects where subtle facial characteristics are perceived. Former science professor Carl Sagan speculated that pareidolia evolved in humans as a survival mechanism to easily recognize other human faces.
At some level, we might all be conscious of the associations we’ve created between colors and genders. Blue is for boys, and pink is for girls, right? A project by South Korean photographer JeongMee Yoon is exploring these associations, and presenting results that are surprising for showing how deeply that idea has been ingrained. Continue reading »
A man walks past an advertisement of Apple’s iPad 2 in Shanghai, China. Proview Electronics said it is now seeking to regain worldwide rights to the iPad name and is suing Apple Inc. for alleged fraud and unfair competition, hoping to have a 2009 sale of the trademark voided. (Eugene Hoshiko/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel – and most of the world’s most famous models, in fact – were photographed without a scrap of make-up by casting director Douglas Perrett early in their careers, and now he’s made a book about it. “Wild Things” documents all of his favourites: from the Victoria’s Secret Angels to the world’s most in-demand catwalk models – from Joan Smalls, to Lindsey Wixson, to Abbey Lee Kershaw. Continue reading »