Our Deepest Darkest Fears Turned Into Terrifying Cartoons

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Irrational fears, dark thoughts, and ghost stories from around the world. Deep Dark Fears tells stories about the creepy things that pop into people’s heads and won’t let them be. Animator Fran Krause has a webcomic where he draws his fears and those that people submit. It’s utterly horrifying. Continue reading »

Old Fire Truck Turned Into Spacious Hotel Room

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Planning on exploring the Scottish countryside? Well why not sleep in an Unique stay like this renovated Fire Truck! Located on the Inshriach House Estate in Aviemore, Scotland, the Beer Moth Hotel is a unique accommodation meant for two people. Continue reading »

Artist Has Turned An Old Ford Falcon Into A Tank-Shaped Traveling Library

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In celebration of world book day on 5th march, 7UP has teamed up with Buenos Aires-based artist Raul Lemesoff in the creation of ‘weapons of mass instruction’, a traveling library that tours Argentina in the shape of a tank. Continue reading »

Designer Problems Turned Into Funny Comics

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Every profession has its downsides, but #DesignerProblems are funnier than most! Written and illustrated by Seth Roberts and Brian Hawes every week, these comics take a light-hearted look at “problems” such as poor font choices and the difficulty in trying to use the Pantone Matching System while shopping for clothing. Continue reading »

Shocking War Photos Of Children Turned Into Happy Illustrations

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Having created popular series of illustrations like “Holy Selfie,” “World Leader“, “Global Police” and “Metamorphosis,” painter Gunduz Aghayev is back with a new work called “Imagine.” Continue reading »

An Artist Turned His Grief After Losing A Child Into Something Beautiful

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According to designer Sander Bakker: “It is very difficult to grasp the extend of the devastation felt when your child dies. Trying to express it in words is almost impossible. After I was faced with this unthinkable loss earlier this year, I decided to do what I do the best instead: design.” Continue reading »

“Fuckilarious Bullshit” – Worst Client Comments Turned Into Posters

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Design agency Serial Kolor created a series of posters with the worst client comments.
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Beer-Tualising: Famous Brands Turned Into Beers

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Printsome agency adapted famous non-brewed brands into beer brands while maintaining their core and beer-shaping their slogans. Check them out! Continue reading »

Old Farm Equipment And Scrap Metal Turned Into Stunning Sculptures

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South Dakotan sculptor John Lopez creates life-sized scrap metal sculptures with a uniquely Western American twist. In his hands, old discarded farm equipment is recycled into sculptures of iconic creatures from the American West like a bison, a horse plowing a field, or a Texas Longhorn. Continue reading »

113 Potatoes, 117 Bananas, And Other Foods The Artist Ate Over 365 Days Turned Into Sculptures

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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 »

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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Awesome Mom Turned Ticket Stubs Into Pillows

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Redditor Sunflower_Fortunado was moving into a new apartment, and her mom wanted to do something special. Using ticket stubs from movies that were important to her – she had been saving stubs since Zoolander in 2001 — Sunflower’s mom turned the stubs into fabric using Spoonflower.com.
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A $35,000 Renovation Turned This Suburban Home Into a Cat Paradise

A ,000 Renovation Turned This Suburban Home Into a Cat Paradise
A man with 18 cats decided to turn his home into a feline paradise, adding in colorful ramps, walkways and tunnels for the animals to play on.

The unidentified cat lover, whose house is located in Goleta, California, spent a whopping $35,000 on the renovation, which included the addition of a spiral walkway, tiny stairs to leading to various kitty ledges and climbing polls that double as scratching posts. More importantly, he also installed a new ventilation system to ensure that the air is regulated – a necessity for a home housing so many animals. Continue reading »

Model-Turned-Photographer Shoots Subjects Under UV Light To Reveal Shocking Sun Damage

Model-Turned-Photographer Shoots Subjects Under UV Light To Reveal Shocking Sun Damage

The hidden imperfections strewn across peoples’ faces due to sun exposure have been revealed in an illuminating photo series.

New York-based model-turned-photographer, Cara Phillips used ultraviolet light to show the age spots that would otherwise go unnoticed under the guise of a healthy tan. Inspired by medical photos from doctors’ offices and websites, Ms Phillips invited her subjects to keep their eyes closed for her somewhat sobering black and white portraits. Continue reading »

Old Bus Cab Turned into Awesome Working Place

Old Bus Cab Turned into Awesome Working Place

This is what happens when bus-mania meets creativity. A guy from Hungary built an amazing working place with a computer desk out of a scrapped bus cab. Continue reading »

Mardi Gras 2012 Photos: Before the Beads turned to Ashes in New Orleans

Mardi Gras 2012 Photos: Before the Beads turned to Ashes in New Orleans
In the 12 days leading up to Fat Tuesday, about one million people took to the streets of New Orleans, bringing an estimated $300 million in direct and indirect economic impact. The bulk of visitors poured into the French Quarter and across the Big Easy over the weekend to revel in parades led by mythic royalty. The weather was even more cause for celebration: Mid 70s with partly cloudy skies. Over the four-day weekend there was drinking, dancing, and King Cake eating. The streets were flooded with flamboyant costumes, frivolous floats, and frolicking late night flesh-flashers. Continue reading »

Teddy Bears that have been Turned Inside Out and Restuffed

Teddy Bears that have been Turned Inside Out and Restuffed

Bears by Kent Rogowski, is a series of portraits of the most unusual sort: ordinary teddy bears that have been turned inside out and restuffed. Each animal’s appearance is determined by the necessities of the manufacturing process. Simple patterns and devices never meant to be seen are now prominent physical characteristics, giving each one a distinctly quirky personality: their fasteners become eyes, their seams become scars, and their stuffing creeps out in the most unexpected places. Together these images form a topology of strange yet oddly familiar creatures. They are at once hideous yet cuddly, disturbing yet endearing, absurd yet adorable, while offering a metaphor for us all to consider. These bears, which have lived and loved and lost as much as their owners, have suffered and endured through it all. It is by virtue of revealing their inner core might we better understand our own. Continue reading »