The internet loves cats. We all know that. So it doesn't surprise anyone when artists use these adorable furballs in their art.
With her Leaf labyrinth project, the artist Joanna Hedrick is having fun transforming autumn leaves into beautiful Land Art creations! Also a consultant at the University of Sacramento and a specialist in art and philosophy, Joanna Hedrick draws real works of art on the lawns of her campus, using a simple rake to organize the leaves in complex labyrinth and geometric shapes.
The latest ceramic sculptures of the artist Christopher David White. With an impressive realism, this American artist manages to give his creations the organic aspect of wood, creating surreal artworks of a fascinating beauty.
As every year, the AFP (Agence France Presse) unveils a selection of the most powerful, impressive, moving or shocking photos illustrating the strongest moments of the year.
Here is Qoobo, a robotic cushion capable of wagging its tail like a cat! This new Japanese gadget was created by Yukai Engineering designers, who studied the behavior of cats and dogs and their effects on the movements of their tails. The Qoobo cushion is thus able to react to different caresses, but also to ask for attention or express its weariness.
One lady found this little kitten totally motionless in an abandoned house.
In 2012 with 4 weeks of life, was taken to an NGO by the sweet lady. From there to here he never gave up and today, 5 years later, he comes back to walk.
Fascinating projects and views of Playa.
In recent times, the Internet has talked a lot about the Dadbod, the contraction of Dad Body, also known as the beer belly. And now thanks to Dadbag, a collection of bags printed like big fat belly, there’s no need to wait for years to let your Dadbod appear!
When artist Tom Galle turns the logos of famous brands into weapons, creating a Nike dagger, a Facebook crowbar or a McDonald’s brass knuckles. Entitled Corpgear, this new twisted series is in line with his work about Internet, social networks, gadgets and new uses of technology.
Kevin Parry is having fun creating amazing optical illusions! This stop motion animator, who has worked on movies such as Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings, is using his free time to stage himself in amusing and offbeat illusions.
Here is the Wikkelhouse, a modular and ecological house made up of 90% cardboard! Designed by Dutch designers and engineers from Fiction Factory, this house consists of modules to be assembled, which makes it possible to create a customized house according to your needs.
With his series The Drinkers and The Drunk, the talented street photographer Lee Chapman is documenting the effects of alcohol in Japan, capturing the drunken scenes in the streets of Tokyo.
What if you were attending the first few days of the life of a baby panda? The Zoo Beauval proposes you to discover the evolution of a tiny panda named Myz, from its first day until its first month.
Izzet Abatlevi is a Turkish tattoo artist who works in Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey. His decision to become a tattoo artist came right after he was fired from his job in a corporate company because of his own tattoos. Graduated from Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts – Department of Textile and Fashion Design, he worked several years as a designer; but his real dream come true when he started drawing his own dreams.
Since a very young age, Robert was fascinated with the natural world. Now, together with his family, he travels the planet and captures the beauty of the animal kingdom. The talented 13-year-old is sharing his wildlife photography on Instagram and people are loving it.
In Japan, summer is marked by many fireworks festivals, the Hanabi Taikai. Each year, more than 200 fireworks are fired across the country, illuminating the night with magical colors. The Japanese photographer Keisuke had the opportunity to photograph several events, documenting the beauty of fireworks in Japan with amazing images!
The street artists duo Ella et Pitr has just unveiled Le Naufrage de Bienvenu, a monumental mural painted on the Piney’s Dam in Rhône-Alpes! 47 meters high, this creation represents a refugee and his lifejacket, leaning against the gigantic concrete wall of the dam.
Bubble wrap is not fun. Said no one ever. Are you one of the millions across the globe who love the satisfying sensation of popping bubble wraps? Now urban explorers can pop away the air filled circles street by street, following their paths.
Are you looking for a fashion style that’s sure to turn a few heads? Then look no further, because these hairy selfie nails are guaranteed to make people take notice…for one reason or another.
My name is David Tesinsky and I came to Ethiopia to find real exorcism rituals and it took me a while just to find one. I just earned some money, got a cheap flight ticket, found some contacts and I found myself in Addis Ababa. People were not really great in the beginning, I almost got robbed in a slum area where I supposed to stay overnight but in the end, there was just a big bloody fight between other two guys.