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.
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.
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.
After dark chocolate and milk chocolate, then white chocolate, today here is the Ruby Chocolate! There is now a fourth type of chocolate, the first in 80 years, when white chocolate was officially recognized. It was the company Barry Callebaut who announced this discovery a few days ago, creating the Ruby Chocolate from ruby cocoa beans, a variety with a very particular color. Its taste is also very different, described as a tension between berry-fruitiness and luscious smoothness.
These photos are of the 59/69 freeway, just north of the San Jacinto river, where rushing water has turned the freeway into an expansive torrent.
Mappa Animalia is a beautiful series of fictional maps, where the land and islands form portraits of animals. Hummingbird, elephant, bear or fox, a project that pays tribute to the animal kingdom, where each of the names on these maps is drawn from the names of the different species.
When a skateboarder does parkour, or when a free runner does skateboarding, a nice demonstration of mixing genres by Jose Angeles, who is having fun showing his tricks in the streets of San Francisco! Skateboard Parkour is an awesome video directed by Devin Graham, aka Devinsupertramp.
Some places are naturally colorful, but others need a little help. To combat a previously drab landscape, a town in Indonesia has painted over 200 houses in a vibrant mixture of hues that electrify the hillside.
For his project entitled Shiki: Landscape and Beyond, the Japanese artist Azuma Makoto enjoys staging a bonsai around the world, suspended in a metal structure. From space to the bottom of the ocean through desert, the Antarctic or abandoned places, the bonsai of the famous floral artist Azuma Makoto visits the most amazing places, photographed by Shiinoki Shunsuke.
Towering over the waves like an ice colossus, it dwarfs the remote Newfoundland town below. And this enormous iceberg, one of the first of the season to float into ‘iceberg alley,’ has turned the small town of Ferryland into a sudden tourist spot.
Where one person sees a dirty car, the other one sees a blank canvas. And if you live in Moscow, your car can also become the ‘target,’ doesn’t matter if you want it or not!
As part of the marketing campaign for JStars Victory Vs game, Bandai Namco put up life-size statues of Goku from Dragon Ball Z and Luffy from One Piece in a battle royale with voices and sound effects a few years ago.
This is Ginessa Vinanti Wride, a 7-year-old who loves fashion, dancing, and karate. Earlier this year, she lost all her hair due to alopecia, an autoimmune skin disease that causes hair loss on the scalp, face, and other areas of the body. In a matter of just 20 days, all her hair was gone. But that didn't stop the stylish 7-year-old from celebrating "crazy hair day" at school.
Hi, I'm Ewa from Poland and this is how I like my coffee! I like to take things on higher level, so when I got used of making those hearts, tulips and rosettes, I thought - why don't try to draw something more? And so I did. Maybe you have an idea what to put on my latte next?
When Joe McGrath pulled out of a holiday at the last minute, his resourceful friends decided not to let his ticket go to waste - so found a stranger on Facebook with the same name.
Things don’t have to be colorful to be memorable. This has been proved once again by a pair of charming albino twins who, as it turns out, are likely to turn the world of fashion on its head in the near future.