A Wind From The Future World: Amazing Post-Apocalyptic And Futuristic Outfits By Demobaza

A Wind From The Future World: Amazing Post-Apocalyptic And Futuristic Outfits By Demobaza

So-called deconstruction fashion is something you’d really recognize when you see it. A weird union of strong futuristic spirit with a sensible gothic decay aura, unusual shapes and materials, a combination of things and ideas which just can’t logically be combined, yet obviously feel just natural together. Continue reading »

Michael Pederson’s Miniature World Of The Unexpected: Artist Uses Skill And Humour To Enlarge Small, Everyday Things

Michael Pederson’s Miniature World Of The Unexpected: Artist Uses Skill And Humour To Enlarge Small, Everyday Things

“Please wait here until called,” says the sign by a small hole in the sidewalk. There are ropes and stanchions to corral the visitors waiting for, well, what? What’s inside? Who can fit though the portal to the VIP club, popular restaurant or haven on the other side? Who calls? Michael Pederson (previously), aka Miguel Marquez Outside, could tells us. He made the sign and other intriguing tableaux of small worlds. But we don’t want to know. We’ve stumbled upon something new and delightfully small. It needs no explanation. It just is. And it’s wonderful. Continue reading »

Burning Man 2018 Mega-Post: Awesome Photos From The World’s Biggest And Craziest Festival

Burning Man 2018 Mega-Post: Awesome Photos From The World’s Biggest And Craziest Festival
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Burning Man 2018 takes place August 26 – September 3, 2018 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. Participants join in the effort to co-create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to art and community. Burning Man isn’t your usual festival. It’s a city wherein almost everything that happens is created entirely by its citizens, who are active participants in the experience. Continue reading »

“This Is Not The End Of The World”: A Pessimistic Ad Campaign

"This Is Not The End Of The World": A Pessimistic Ad Campaign

A fictional communication campaign mixing advertising codes and end-of-the-world clichés with a good dose of black humour. Ironic, offbeat and striking, this series of false posters confronts us with our certainties and forces us to honestly observe our way of living and consuming. Continue reading »

“A Different Point Of View”: Ad Campaign Comments On World Leaders With Clever Juxtaposition Of Everyday Objects

"A Different Point Of View": Ad Campaign Comments On World Leaders With Clever Juxtaposition Of Everyday Objects
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Print advertisement created by TBWA, Argentina for Dos Miradas, an “online news medium that proposes a different point of view from the traditional newspapers.” Continue reading »

1936 Stout Scarab: The World’s First Minivan?

1936 Stout Scarab: The World's First Minivan?

The 1936 Stout Scarab came about in the early 1930s when William B. Stout, head of the Stout Engineering Laboratories in Dearborn, Michigan, dreamed of rear-engine/rear-wheel drive. “When we finally ‘unhitch Old Dobbin’ from the automobile,” he wrote in Scientific American, “the driver will have infinitely better vision from all angles. The automobile will be lighter and more efficient and yet safer, the ride will be easier, and the body will be more roomy without sacrificing maneuverability.” Continue reading »

“The Dogs Show”: Photographers Explore The Amazing World Of Dog Breeds

"The Dogs Show": Photographers Explore The Amazing World Of Dog Breeds

Dog owners will agree that our canine friends have unique personalities beyond the traits of their breed. Continue reading »

How People With Bad Eyesight See The World When They Take Off Their Glasses

How People With Bad Eyesight See The World When They Take Off Their Glasses

Have you ever wondered how people with specific eye errors see the world? Philip Barlow, a Cape Town-based artist, has created a series of paintings that vividly shows the struggle of those who have myopia or nearsightedness, the most common refractive error of the eye. Continue reading »

Cats Fuku-Chan And Daikichi Find Fame Travelling Around The World In A Converted Pushchair

Cats Fuku-Chan And Daikichi Find Fame Travelling Around The World In A Converted Pushchair

Cats aren’t well-known for their fondness for international travel, but these kitties from Japan have become global jet-setters. Daisuke Nagasawa has spent the past few years taking his two faithful cats, Daikichi and Fuku-Chan, around the world with him. Continue reading »

Ironic Caricatures About The Modern World That Will Leave A Bitter Aftertaste

Ironic Caricatures About The Modern World That Will Leave A Bitter Aftertaste

Every illustration by Davide Bonazzi tells a story that can make anyone reflect upon the state of the world today. Continue reading »

Meet World’s Most Versatile Cosplayer: Young Russian Chameleon Ilona Bugaeva

Meet World’s Most Versatile Cosplayer: Young Russian Chameleon Ilona Bugaeva

Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Ilona Bugaeva is the World’s Most Versatile Cosplayer. Is there any character the Russian chameleon Ilona, who also goes by Sladkoslava, can’t portray? We especially like her Elizbeth Bioshock portrayal. Continue reading »

Instagram Duo Travels The World Snapping Locations From Their Favourite Series

Instagram Duo Travels The World Snapping Locations From Their Favourite Series

As we all know, binge-watching series is great. But actually using your favourite shows as an excuse to travel the world? Even better. For a little while now, Finnish pals Tiia Ohman and Satu Walden (previuosly) have been setting off from their native Helsinki in hunt of the most striking locations from the biggest TV shows out there. Continue reading »

World Of Warcraft Comes To Life In Czech Republic

World Of Warcraft Comes To Life In Czech Republic
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Vojtech Ruzicka dressed as a character from the computer game “World of Warcraft” stands in a field near the town of Kamyk nad Vltavou, Czech Republic. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winners Of The World Press Photo Award 2018

Spectacular Winners Of The World Press Photo Award 2018
Venezuela crisis: José Víctor Salazar Balza (28) catches fire amid violent clashes with riot police during a protest against President Nicolás Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, May 3, 2017. President Maduro had announced plans to revise Venezuela’s democratic system by forming a constituent assembly to replace the opposition-led National Assembly, in effect consolidating legislative powers for himself. Opposition leaders called for mass protests to demand early presidential elections. Clashes between protesters and the Venezuelan national guard broke out on 3 May, with protesters (many of whom wore hoods, masks or gas masks) lighting fires and hurling stones. Salazar was set alight when the gas tank of a motorbike exploded. He survived the incident with first- and second-degree burns. (Photo by Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP Photo/World Press Photo) Continue reading »

Meet Loki – The World’s Grumpiest Sphynx Cat

Meet Loki – The World’s Grumpiest Sphynx Cat

Loki is an Instagram-famous cat who looks like an old man shouting at you to get off his lawn. He’s even grumpier than the original grumpy cat who took internet by the storm several years ago. Continue reading »

Banksy Designs New Souvenirs For Hotel With The ‘Worst View In The World’

Banksy Designs New Souvenirs For Hotel With The ‘Worst View In The World’

The gift shop is situated towards the back of the hotel and sells items created exclusively for the Walled Off by Banksy. It should not be confused with the ‘Banksy Shop’ next door – which has nothing to do with Banksy at all. All profits from sales go towards sustaining the hotel and social projects. Select items are available worldwide on mail order. Continue reading »

“The Buttress” Might Just Be The World’s Most Bootyful Pillow

"The Buttress" Might Just Be The World’s Most Bootyful Pillow

Ever dreamed of resting comfortably on a booty? That could become reality with ‘The Buttress’, a life-sized natural latex pillow and support. Following its successful funding on Kickstarter, ‘The Buttress’ is now looking at a slated June 2018 delivery date, with pre-orders still open. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Explores The Hidden Darkness In The World Through Her Revealing Illustrations

Digital Artist Explores The Hidden Darkness In The World Through Her Revealing Illustrations

Art can be an excellent way of letting go of all the pain.

After all, there is such a thing called therapeutic art. The following illustrations fall into that category. A digital artist based in Spain by the name of Sara Ruiz is the one behind these compelling works of art. Continue reading »

18-Year-Old Painter Stuns The Art World With Her Vibrant Paintings, Sells Them For $10k

18-Year-Old Painter Stuns The Art World With Her Vibrant Paintings, Sells Them For k

Young entrepreneur and classically trained painter Dimitra Milan, is challenging traditional ideas of how artists reach and engage with collectors and audiences. How does an eighteen year old know anything about the art establishment and marketing art? Dimitra has been painting and selling original canvases for the past five years through the standard system of galleries and artist reps. “I am still in galleries and plan to continue working with a few fantastic gallery owners, but I am taking the initiative to market directly and take ownership of my brand.” She has a vision for a better way to get her art out to viewers and do it on her own terms, and without compromising her artistic vision. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos Awarded By The Sony World Photography Awards 2018

Amazing Photos Awarded By The Sony World Photography Awards 2018
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With nearly 320,000 participating entires, the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards released their shortlist of outstanding images. Currently on their 11th year, we take a look at this years’ entries for the Open competition, where entries are judged on a single image on subject matters ranging from street to landscape to nature. Continue reading »

Karlmann King – The Most Expensive SUV In The World

Karlmann King – The Most Expensive SUV In The World

In Beijing, the most expensive SUV of all time was unveiled and it looks like Batman’s collection. The Karlmann King is designed by a team of 1800 people and is produced by a European manufacturer. It is a high-end custom-made SUV called as a ground stealth fighter and yeah it looks like one as it has got much more than just the exterior/interior. Continue reading »

Germany After The World War II In Photographs By Josef Heinrich Darchinger

Germany After The World War II In Photographs By Josef Heinrich Darchinger

Germany after the war 1952 – 1967 It was no more than eight years after the surrender of the Nazi government when Josef Heinrich Darchinger set out on his photographic journey through the West of a divided Germany. Continue reading »

“Welcome To The Mystically Beautiful World Of Your Nightmares”: The Superb Digital Art By Stefan Koidl

"Welcome To The Mystically Beautiful World Of Your Nightmares": The Superb Digital Art By Stefan Koidl

What is hidden under the cover of night? Who can you meet in a gloomy forest? Whose footsteps are heard behind in a dark alley? Why did the floorboard creak in the empty room? Continue reading »

Photographer Boris Leist Captures The World’s Most Hardcore Live Action Role Players

Photographer Boris Leist Captures The World's Most Hardcore Live Action Role Players

German photographer Boris Leist has spent the past four years documenting some of the world’s most dedicated Live Action Role Players. He first learned about the activity while shooting a Renaissance Fair in Norway, where he met a man dressed as a Tolkien-esque dwarf, complete with body armor and weapons. The man was an IT professional by day, but was so dedicated to LARPing that he had enrolled in an evening welding class to learn how to make his armor. Continue reading »