This Artist’s Disney Paintings Look Better Than Disney Movies Themselves

This Artist’s Disney Paintings Look Better Than Disney Movies Themselves

Looking at these magical Disney scenes it’s hard to believe that these are actual paintings and not digital illustrations. They’re the work of American artist Thomas Kinkade, who was the master of chiaroscuro, a painting technique using light and dark contrasts to create a sense of drama and the illusion of volume. That’s why it looks as though your favorite childhood characters could come alive any second and step through the painting to greet you. Continue reading »

What Your Sleeping Positions Say About Your Relationships

What Your Sleeping Positions Say About Your Relationships

How do you and your partner sleep? Your sleeping positions can actually tell you a lot about your relationship. Because during sleep your body languages cannot be faked. Not every couple sleeps the same, and not every couple sleeps in one of these 10 positions every night. Continue reading »

Artist Shares His Everyday Life And Cultural Gaps With Wife As An International Couple

Social distancing problems.
Artist Shares His Everyday Life And Cultural Gaps With Wife As An International Couple

According to Milia: “Life is complicated—we all know that, without even mentioning the relationships. Dealing with different cultures sounds even more complex, huh? What about getting stuck for months in a house during your honeymoon because a devastating virus hit the whole world in a matter of a few weeks, giving no time to pack? Well, nothing seems to be impossible for us. Continue reading »

Incredible Living Sculpture In The Lost Gardens Of Heligan Changes Its Appearance With The Seasons

This is the Mud Maid sculpture in The Lost Gardens of Heligan, in Cornwall
Incredible Living Sculpture In The Lost Gardens Of Heligan Changes Its Appearance With The Seasons
Pete & Sue Hill

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The style of the gardens is typical of the nineteenth century Gardenesque style, with areas of different character and in different design styles. Continue reading »

Stunning Early Deadliest Tornado Photographs From The 19th Century

A. A. Adams’s photograph of a tornado in Garnett, Kansas on April 26, 1884
Stunning Early Deadliest Tornado Photographs From The 19th Century
Kansas Historical Society

Photography is a major tool of tornado investigators. Detailed examinations of still pictures and careful photogrammetric analyses of motion pictures have provided the scientific community with much valuable information about tornadic structure and airflow. Continue reading »

Kids Make The Best Protest Signs

Kids Make The Best Protest Signs

With all the political problems and protests currently happening, this gallery is here to brighten your day by reminding that kids make the best and funniest protest signs. Continue reading »

Edible Anus Company Makes Chocolate Buttholes, And People Are Actually Buying Them

Edible Anus Company Makes Chocolate Buttholes, And People Are Actually Buying Them

The Edible Anus first saw the light of day in 2006 when the London artist, Magnus Irvin, made a range of them in multi-coloured chocolate to present in an exhibition. It was at the ensuing show that he met and formed a partnership with Mr Ritzema, a tall man of Dutch desent. Since then the two of them have worked together to make the range of products available today. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Amazing JIRO Creates Mesmerizing SFX Illusions And Here Are The Best Ones

Japanese Artist Amazing JIRO Creates Mesmerizing SFX Illusions And Here Are The Best Ones

Having gained more than 16 years of experience, this special effects make up artist is bound to blow your mind away. Working also as a creative director in films, advertising and other projects, Amazing JIRO is a Tokyo-based make up artist whose talent knows no boundaries. Continue reading »

6 Feet Office: Is This What The Office Of The Future Will Look Like?

6 Feet Office: Is This What The Office Of The Future Will Look Like?
Reuters

Homeworking will continue, but office life – in some form – will, too. The challenge lies in how to adapt workplaces. Global real estate company Cushman & Wakefield has risen to the challenge with a new design. Continue reading »

Swedish Artist Simon Stålenhag Creates A Series Of Art Works For The New H&M Advertising Campaign

Swedish Artist Simon Stålenhag Creates A Series Of Art Works For The New H&M Advertising Campaign

One of my favourite digital artists, Simon Stålenhag (previously) has created a visual part for the new advertising campaign of the Swedish clothing brand H&M. In his impressive retro-futuristic manner, Simon plays with the grim subjects of the dark post-apocalyptic world. Continue reading »

Cats Are Not Lazy, They Have Many Important Jobs

Cats Are Not Lazy, They Have Many Important Jobs

Some people think that cats don’t do much. That’s actually not true, they have countless important jobs. Check out these illustrations created by Lisa Swerling and you’ll never ever call your cat lazy again. Continue reading »

This Facebook Group Is Dedicated To Recreating Terrible Amateur Art, Here Are The Weirdest Entries

This Facebook Group Is Dedicated To Recreating Terrible Amateur Art, Here Are The Weirdest Entries

Lately, Facebook groups have been gaining more and more attention from the general public with such collectives as people role-playing ants exploding on the internet. One of the groups that recently gained an influx of attention is “Terrible Art in Charity Shops,” where people share various questionable art pieces they find at charity shops or similar establishments. Continue reading »

The Story In Pictures Of The Giant Hughes H-4 Hercules Made Entirely Of Wood In 1945-1947

The Story In Pictures Of The Giant Hughes H-4 Hercules Made Entirely Of Wood In 1945-1947
LIFE/Getty Images

The largest wooden airplane ever constructed, and flown only one time, the H-4 Hercules (nicknamed Spruce Goose) represents one of humanity’s greatest attempts to conquer the skies. Henry Kaiser, steel magnate and shipbuilder, conceived the idea of a massive flying transport and turned to Howard Hughes to design and build it. Continue reading »

Filipino Car Enthusiast Converts Bike Into Drivable Coffin To Remind Residents To Stay At Home

Filipino Car Enthusiast Converts Bike Into Drivable Coffin To Remind Residents To Stay At Home
AP

An electric bike converted into a coffin by Gabriel Berendo has heads turning in Cebu City, central Philippines Continue reading »

Fuck COVID-19: I Survived Coronavirus 2020 Coin Is Here!

Fuck COVID-19: I Survived Coronavirus 2020 Coin Is Here!

Justin Heister did it again. From the creator of outstanding Zero Fucks Coins, a commemorative coin to celebrate surviving this stupid fuckin’ pandemic & these crazy fuckin’ times! FUCK COVID-19! Continue reading »

We Regret To Inform You That Lace Men’s Shorts Are Here For The Summer

We Regret To Inform You That Lace Men’s Shorts Are Here For The Summer

Sometimes, it seems like the entire purpose of the Internet is for companies to push ludicrous products on an unsuspecting public in the name of “fashion”, and then for sites like ours to make fun of those products. We’re sorry to tell you that this item of men’s fashion now exists. Where to buy this atrocity? You’ll have to go to Hologram City to do that, but we strongly suggest that you don’t. Continue reading »

Amazing Color Photos Capture Chicago’s Street Scenes During The Blizzard Of 1979

Amazing Color Photos Capture Chicago's Street Scenes During The Blizzard Of 1979

The Chicago blizzard of 1979 was a major blizzard that affected northern Illinois and northwest Indiana on January 13–14, 1979. It was one of the largest Chicago snowstorms in history at the time, with 21 inches of snowfall in the two-day period. Continue reading »

A Floral Designer Is Beautifying The Streets Of NYC With Elaborate Displays For Health Care Workers

A Floral Designer Is Beautifying The Streets Of NYC With Elaborate Displays For Health Care Workers

Floral artist Lewis Miller has long transformed the city’s most grittiest spots into giant flower displays. He calls them “flower flashes.” Continue reading »

A Photographer’s Aerial Photos Of Parked Planes Show Just How Far The Airline Industry Has Fallen During The Lockdown

A Photographer's Aerial Photos Of Parked Planes Show Just How Far The Airline Industry Has Fallen During The Lockdown

Like most travelers, Dallas resident Andy Luten has been grounded since March. Normally averaging around 150,000 miles of flying each year for work and pleasure, Luten has been forced to watch from the ground as the airline industry slowly dwindles to a shell of its former self. Continue reading »

These Adventurous Maternity Photos Were Shot At Home With Fruit And Veggies

These Adventurous Maternity Photos Were Shot At Home With Fruit And Veggies

Benjamin Von Wong (previously) is known for his adventurous photo shoots which have taken him all over the world. With the lockdown order in place, he couldn’t even go out much, let alone travel. Continue reading »

“New York State On Pause”: These Photos Show How COVID-19 Changed Daily Life In NYC

"New York State On Pause": These Photos Show How COVID-19 Changed Daily Life In NYC

When thinking about New York City, one of the first things that come to mind is constant hustle and bustle. That was true, at least until March 22nd when Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the “New York state on pause” executive order. Continue reading »

Italian Artist Silvio Irilli’s Hospital Murals Help Lift Patient’s Spirits

Italian Artist Silvio Irilli's Hospital Murals Help Lift Patient’s Spirits

Hospitals can be quite a drag. Sanitized smells, blank walls and ceilings, waiting, anxieties about illness. All in all, most view hospitals as having a quite depressing atmosphere. But not all of them. Continue reading »

This Artist Updates Classic Dr. Seuss Book Covers And They’re Great

This Artist Updates Classic Dr. Seuss Book Covers And They’re Great

In a bid to keep the creative juices flowing, Boston-based art director (and self-proclaimed typography nerd) Jim Malloy has been reworking classic Dr. Seuss book covers for the current pandemic. Continue reading »

This Photographer Colorized 30 B&W Photos Of New York From Years Ago

This Photographer Colorized 30 B&W Photos Of New York From Years Ago

According to a photographer Mike Savad: “I am a photographer, I’ve been shooting for a long time now, but decided to get into colorizing years ago. I’ve always thought time travel would be fun, but changing the course of time is a pain, and it’s just not worth it. Continue reading »

Artist Perfectly Illustrates What Superheroes Do During The Quarantine

Artist Perfectly Illustrates What Superheroes Do During The Quarantine

According to John Euclid Templonuevo: “My name is John Euclid Templonuevo and I am an artist and a Christian. Some may also know me as arkitekyuklid. Here are my latest series of how I imagine superheroes being under lockdown and do some stuff during the quarantine.” Continue reading »