The Japanese Mini Truck Garden Contest Is A Whole New Genre In Landscaping

The Kei Truck, or kei-tora for short, is a tiny but practical vehicle that originated in Japan. Although these days it’s widely used throughout Asia and other parts of the world, in Japan you’ll often see them used in the construction and agriculture industries as they can maneuver through small side streets and easily park. And in a more recent turn of events, apparently they’re also used as a canvas for gardening contests. Continue reading »

Russian Man Sets Whole Village Ablaze To Make A Photoshoot Illustrate Neglect About Villages

Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko set an abandoned village on fire to illustrate neglect, now his peers want to prosecute him. Apparently village was quite beautiful some 100 years ago. Continue reading »

Naughty NSFW Photo Series Gives A Whole New Meaning To Foodporn

How do you like your eggs done: sunny-side-up or bosom-side up? Would you like a side of meat with that? Continue reading »

Artist Mark Jenkins Has Reached A Whole New Level Of Trolling While Calling It Art

Mark Jenkins is an American artist most widely known for his sculptural street installations. Jenkins’ practice of street art is to use the “street as a stage” where his sculptures interact with the surrounding environment including passersby who unknowingly become actors. His installations often draw the attention of the police. His work has been described as whimsical, macabre, shocking and situationist Continue reading »

Matching Animal Plates That Need To Be Combined To See The Whole Picture

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Some dishes and tableware give it all away. Hand painted picture of a giraffe? They let you see it all in one go. But London-based China artist Yvonne Ellen has a more modest philosophy: her hand painted, bone China pieces never reveal everything. Want to see the entire mongoose? You’ll have to get both the plate and the saucer dish! Continue reading »

A Daredevil Photographer is Determined to Capture London in a Whole New Light – by Scaling the City’s Many Rooftops

Jacob Riglin, from Richmond Upon Thames, photographs the nation’s capital from above – hanging from scaffolding, dangling his legs over the edge of buildings and looking down from perilous heights.

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Jacob looking out to the London skyline. Continue reading »

In Russia – Meteorites, at PIXERS – Whole UNIVERSE!

Fantastic “Space Odyssey” collection of wall murals from PIXERS. Continue reading »