The Best of Lost At E Minor
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
Barcelona-based architect and artist Federico Babina, has created an illustration series that imagines the art styles of renowned artists as concepts for architectural structures. Entitled ‘Archist’, the series shows the 27 styles of different artists, including Warhol, Dali, Lichtenstein, and Picasso. Each artist has a unique brand of art and aesthetic, giving the buildings a […]
Mexican kingpin Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman was finally caught last month (again!) in a condominium complex. Remember him? He was the drug lord who headed the Sinaloa Cartel. Anyway, he was captured in a surprise ambush by Mexican marines on February 22 and Reuters photographer Daniel Becerril was able to capture images of El Chapo’s […]
Haha, how hilarious. These pictures show that play isn’t necessarily guaranteed in every playground out there, what with slides that go right into dumps, fences, and even gaping holes in the ground. We sure feel for the kids in these hoods.
Think that takeaway burger with the lot was mouth-watering? Well, it’s about to meet its match! Burger Porn is where you should go when you’re craving a juicy burger with all the toppings. This Tumblr account is full of burgers, dripping with add-ons that include fried macaroni and cheese, lobster, seaweed salad, quail eggs, and […]
If these adorable photos don’t melt your heart, then your middle name must be ‘Polar Vortex’. In a kitchen in Juilongjian Forest Park, Ruchen County, China, puppies huddle around a staff canteen stove to keep their cold little bodies warm and toasty. Despite their thick and fluffy fur, it’s still not enough to protect them […]
‘Elephant in the Room’, is a cute but somewhat-controversial electric plug accessory made by designers Idan Noyberg and Gal Bulka. The little plastic elephant serves as a playful façade for the common power outlet by covering up the wall jack and using whatever cord is plugged in as its trunk. It makes for a more aesthetically-pleasing and fun way to cover up an otherwise intimidating hole in the wall.
The taxidermy mice chess set the bar high in terms of strange novelty gifts. Because, you know, it’s not every day you find stiff dead rodents wielding swords and wearing crowns. So we interviewed Rachael Garcia, the woman behind the mice, to shed more light on this bizarre piece of art. [Read our original post about this chess set here]
Every summer, as the sun starts to warm up the coast of the North Atlantic Ocean, exhausted tourists flock to Assateague Island. More than half of this 60km long island belongs to Maryland and the rest is part of Virginia, but the whole thing is basically owned by feral (‘wild’) horses, who have no problem hanging out with humans. And that is exactly what they do, with the greatest of ease. [This post got more than 1,600 comments on our Facebook Wall! Check it out]
With 1 million Australians suffering from depression in any given year, and over 2 million suffering from anxiety, it’s safe to say that we’re all bound to feel a little down in the dumps at times. And feeling like you’re all alone can worsen the symptoms. So it’s fantastic when an artist can illustrate anxiety […]
We’ve seen some pretty remarkable videos captured by GoPro and this is another of them. Bigbird was a pelican rescued by humans after a storm in Tanzania. When rescuers found Bigbird, the pelican couldn’t fly, so some of his human friends ‘ran up and down the beach flapping their arms’ to teach the bird how to fly.
A true Photoshop master must have put together these photos of Oscar nominees hugging younger versions of themselves. The results look rather surreal. We might not all agree on the rightful winners of the 86th Academy Awards (Leo, the world wants to take you out for a consolatory cocktail) but one thing is true: they […]
Graphic designer and writer Don Moyer likes drawings that make him laugh, so when he inherited a traditional blue willow-pattern plate that belonged to his great-grandparents, he redrew it to add a dinosaur. Eventually he went on to wreck even more artistic havoc, adding outrageous calamities like zombie poodles, flying monkeys, giant sea monsters, pterodactyls, […]
Nathan Shields wields his magical pancake batter to create amazing and delectable works of edible art, all the while taking care of the kids. We’ve featured this former math teacher turned stay-at-home dad in a past post, featuring his Star Trek-inspired pancakes. Now he’s back with more of what he calls ‘Saipancakes’.
If you’re in the market for a new book, here’s some sage advice from one of literature’s most influential book reading list advisors, Oprah David Bowie. At the exhibition of ‘David Bowie Is’ at the Art Gallery of Ontario, curators revealed his top 100 must-read book list.
Finally, someone had the guts to stand up to that faker, Barbie. Pennsylvania-based artist, Nickolay Lamm, not only voiced out his opinion against Barbie-maker, Mattel, but also created a realistic and properly proportioned version of the doll. In this exclusive interview with the artist, we ask him why he created a ‘Real Barbie’ and how the move has affected the public’s perception. [read our original post about this Barbie here]
Love comes in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes in the form of 365 penises. An anonymous husband showed his undying and unconditional love to his wife by drawing a penis a day for an entire year, totalling at least 365 private male parts in that span. It all started when the missus bought a whiteboard. […]
Finally, a globe that serves some kind of purpose in your room other than gather dust. This cork globe by ‘Suck UK’ is perfect for jetsetters, backpackers, nomads, people who love to brag about their adventures, and aspiring world conquerors.
After attending his first drag show, Saint Hoax, who claims to have a ‘poplitical infatuation’, decided that politicians and drag queens shared quite a few things in common: ‘It got me thinking that behind every “great” man, there’s a queen.’ The result? Political figures with a va-va-vroom drag queen makeover.
It’s official: beards are as trendy as boobs. So much that many men in New York’s hipster-filled neighbourhoods of Williamsburg, Park Slope, and Bushwick, are coughing up as much as $7,000 to get a thicker and manlier coat of facial hair. This was recently discovered by website DNA Info, when they interviewed a few plastic surgeons. Dr. Jeffrey Epstein, a Midtown East surgeon, said that facial hair transplants are on the rise especially now that it’s fashionable. In fact, he averages three beard implants a week, compared to only a handful a year a few years ago.
Turns out you can use a single sweater in protecting your entire body from the freezing cold. It also turns out that you can use that sweater to instantly shape-shift into a turkey, as demonstrated by one Japanese blogger. Sebuyama, a resident writer at Japanese comedy site, Omocoro, didn’t have enough money to buy himself some appropriate winter clothes this year. So he took the only piece of clothing he had, a sweater, and wrapped that around his entire body. And ta-da! Instant human turkey, fresh from wacky world of Japan.