Warning: prepare lots of tissue. In the video below, a bunch of skeletons kiss, hug, and dance behind a giant x-ray machine as a crowd curiously watches on. The skeletons step out in pairs, revealing these affectionate, loving beings as not just man and woman, but same sex couples, siblings, best friends, and opposing religions. In short, everyone.
Joe Biden has been caught out getting a little too cozy – a la John Travolta – lately. His hands just won’t quit. So a few anime lovers took this situation into their own hands and imagined a world where the United States Vice President gets up close and too personal with the characters from the show Love Live!
In his series ‘Madd Stunts’, Seattle-based photographer Brandon Hill imagines his infant son Maddex going on all sorts of crazy adventures as a diaper-wearing daredevil.
This cat has no idea he’s keeping the whole house up at night. To him, it’s just another evening cuddling up in bed, dreaming about mice and climbing cat towers. To his human family, it’s a night of tossing and turning as their moggie snores away like a locomotive.
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These super trippy optical illusion designs are the work of body paint artist Natalie Fletcher from Oregon. There is no digital enhancement of these images: it was just freehand airbrush painted on the back of her boyfriend, Todd.
For the past three years, Berlin-based photographer and dancer Mickael Jou has been taking self-portraits seemingly levitating in mid-air as he goes about his daily life.
These towels look like pieces of delectable sushi when they are rolled up. And whether you prefer your maki on the inside or outside, you’re covered – just change the fold.
Never be ashamed of your ulcer with maggot infestation or chemical burn ever again. ‘Boo-boos’ is a collection of adhesive bandages that make your wounds appear worse than they really are – perfect if you want to show your squeamish mother that you’re absolutely fine.
AIBO the robotic dog was sold in Japan by Sony between 1999 and 2006. Equipped with artificial intelligence, these dogs were able to develop their own personality and they were so popular that the initial batch of 3000 units were sold out in 20 minutes flat, in spite of the $US2,000 price tag.
Finding himself without a date on Valentine’s Day, Cairo-based photographer Hossam Atef decided to take his childhood friend out instead. His childhood friend is a teddy bear.
Start them young, that’s what I always say. This is the ‘Chill, Baby’ bottle by Fred and Friends. It’s a clever milk bottle designed to get you some disapproving looks every time baby takes a swig.
San Francisco-based lingerie company ‘Naja’ has come up with a lingerie line that puts the ‘porn’ in ‘food porn’ – their cheeky knickers feature prints of hamburgers, fries, milkshakes, as well as sushi and sake on the front.
Short of winning a competition or marrying a millionaire, most of us will never fly first class. However, as rewards and frequent flyer programs allow you to cash in and upgrade, flying business class is becoming more attainable. So just how much better is it? Here’s how flying business will turn the travel to your destination into an adventure in itself.
For those into avant-garde fashion, this ‘rib-cage’ top should command your immediate attention. It was originally designed by Japanese illustrator Tetzco for a collection of illustrations he called ‘Internal Organ Neurosis’.
Your cramped apartment might not be big enough to have a pool, but you can have the next best thing: the ladder. Called the ‘Pool Chair’, this clever piece of furniture has arms and legs that look just like the ladders you find in swimming pools.