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.
For the first time in 65 million years, dinosaurs will roam the Earth – but this time, they’ll be on your feet! ‘Tricera Hi-Tops’ is a Kickstarter project that hopes to revive these majestic creatures in the form of sneakers. Created by Archaix Laboratories LLC, the hi-tops look like a triceratops, with matching horns! They’re […]
At some point or another many of us will have been in a relationship that is approaching the end, that is to say: one of the people involved is considering ending it. It’s a surreal and wholly unpleasant sensation to feel so alone when in such close contact with another person.
There are some pretty terrible chat-up lines out there, the worst of which is perhaps: ‘Hi, is your father a thief? Because he stole the stars and put them in your eyes’. Us regular fellows couldn’t ever hope to have an iota of success with any of these pre-written one-liners that seem to guarantee that you end your night with a rum and coke being upended over your head.
Good news, pervs! Technology has finally advanced to the point that it can now get you a smokin’, hot girlfriend. The catch: she can’t love you back – emotionally, at least. The ladies you see below are not real women, they’re sex dolls! They’re manufactured by Japanese company, Orient Industry, who says that doll owners might mistake them as real people at first glance.
It seems Mary Schmich, via Baz Luhrmann, was right all those years ago when she famously stated in Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen): ‘Ladies and Gentlemen of the class of ’99; If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it‘. Thomas Leveritt has opened all our eyes again to the damaging effects of the sun on our unprotected skin by getting strangers to stand in front of his ultraviolet camera to show them just how drastic their sun damage already is. Just look at all those invisible freckles appearing!
Chloe Giordano’s works are tiny – hardly larger than a thimble – but they are every bit as beautiful and intricate as any work of art. The illustrator and embroider from Oxford, England uses freehand embroidery (and probably a ton of patience) to depict highly-detailed miniature animals. Various colors are applied to give the creatures […]
These incredible fusions of aluminium and wood are the work of Israeli artist Hilla Shamia. The one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture are created by pouring molten aluminum over wooden logs, allowing the liquid metal to seep into every crack.
Makeup artist Melissa Murphy take a bow. The sheer artistry of her work is very apparent in this before-and-after photo series featuring some of the porn industries’ biggest names, captured initially in their full glory prior to Murphy’s magic touch being applied. It’s a remarkable transformation.
You don’t need to be a Guardian of the Galaxy to have your very own adorable dancing extraterrestrial tree. You just have to have some pretty sick arts and crafts skills – which I’m guessing is the easier route between the two.
This all happened on a pavement in the city of Phetchaburi, Thailand, where a particularly nurturing dog came across an unconscious (dead?) fish in need of salvation. And help it did. Somehow cognizant of the fish’s needs, the dog was filmed frantically pushing small puddles of water towards its new friend in need. Sadly, all […]
Once again we’re reminded about the remarkable sensitivity of animals. These photos of a mourning Koko the gorilla have been released by The Gorilla Foundation and show her immediate reaction when told of the news of her friend Robin Williams’s passing. Via a press release, The Gorilla Foundation noted that in the wake of Williams’s death, the phone at the facility that Koko lives in started ringing incessantly. ‘After the first call, Koko came to Dr. Patterson with an inquiring look on her face. Dr. Patterson explained that “we have lost a dear friend, Robin Williams. Koko was quiet and looked very thoughtful’. [watch Robin Williams and Koko tickling each other]
The newest thing from the Far East is bound to make you either say ‘awww’ or ‘ewww’, and it’s probably the latter. In China there has been a recent emergence of what we can only call baby pears. Fortunately these creepy fruit do not grow naturally into the shape of a serene, albeit fat, baby. Instead the juvenile pear is encased in a plastic mould that it fills as it continues to grow. By the time it is ripe it has forced itself into the shape of the mould.
At the start of 2014, LEGO announced the latest in the series of crossovers with successful franchises such as Star Wars and Harry Potter. Now it’s the turn of The Simpson’s to feature in the world of bricks as LEGO released a collection of minifigures in February.
There are no happily ever afters in this series of illustrations depicting famous cartoon characters meeting horrific deaths. Illustrator Ben Chan uses a lot of dark humor and wit to portray his characters, who have all died through the very things they are known for.
While most people will look at depleted toilet paper rolls and go, ‘NOOOO!’, Paris-based artist Junior Fritz Jacquet sees art! Having been a fan of paper – not necessarily the toilet kind – since he was a child, Jacquet has experimented with various ways to explore the art form’s boundaries.
Well, I guess you could call this titillating. Photographer Lucy Hilmer has kept up a tradition for 40 years of taking a self-portrait on her birthday wearing nothing other than her ‘white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks’. Not quite a birthday suit, but close enough. Her first Birthday Suit self-portrait was taken in Death Valley, California, in 1974.
You have been warned: look away now or else prepare to be overwhelmed by deep sadness. In 1995, 61-year old artist William Utermohlen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He died in 2007, but before his passing, he created a series of self-portraits over a five-year period documenting the devastating effect of the disease on his art and mind.
How’s this for irony! On the south coast of Britain, near the Cornish town of Perranporth, a strange and unique phenomenon has been continuously occurring for the best of 20 years. So much so in fact that it has influenced the course of local culture.
Surfer bros Matthew Stanley and Andrew Flounders were out enjoying the waves off of Amble in Northumberland, United Kingdom when something nudged Flounders’ foot from beneath the water’s surface. Cue: dun-dun-dun-dun. While most might mistake the unknown creature for a shark or Cthulhu, lucky for them it only turned out to be a curious baby seal.
This highlights the absolute power of the people when they work together for the benefit for others. A man walking casually onto a Perth train slipped and became wedged between the train and the platform last night. [watch the dramatic video below]