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.
It says here on the site that it’s ‘just a bunch of athletes competing for the sweetest kittens’. Whether it’s football, water polo or basketball, the athletes will take care of the cat, thank you very much.
Some people really know how to through a party, and this pool party is like no other you’ve seen. The savvy people of Red Paper Heart art studio filled a full sized swimming pool with 65000 ping pong balls. The floating installation featured sound activated lights to coordinate with music and beautiful synchronized swimmers performing graceful movements to match [...]
Pinching pennies anywhere possible with your wedding plans? It looks like this crafty Aussie bride was, too. She made this couture wedding dress for just $36. How is this possible? Stephanie Watson and her sweetie collected over 10,000 bread clips. And those little red, white and yellow pieces of plastic worked as lovely scale pieces to embroider [...]
Has anyone else noticed how much James Franco resembles the late Jeff Buckley? It’s not just looks I’m talking about. How about their background? They both grew up swallowed by their father’s shadows, were bullied in their Californian schools, and had intense personalities that precariously balanced goofiness with intense melancholy. It’s no wonder Franco was chosen for the lead [...]
These YAKKAY bike helmets look nothing like the bike helmets we’re used to seeing. Well, okay, they’re really in disguise. You can stick to the basic bicycle helmet that does indeed look like an actual bicycle helmet. But you can also move on to the next stage to disguise that bike helmet with a fabric [...]
A guy working as an immigration officer for Stansted Airport Border Force recently quit by handing in a cake that had a resignation note scribbled with what looked like chocolate frosting. The 10” x 12” passion cake (which is a spiced carrot cake with pecans, sultanas and coconut in it) is a fittingly elaborate farewell [...]
Ottawa-based Daniel Picard does some pretty wicked photography work with collectible toys. The one with a 12″ DX12 Batman by Hot Toys spraypainting a wall to out Clark Kent as Superman is super cool. So is the one of a 1/6-scale Battle Droid by Sideshow Collectibles sitting on a toilet seat to poop.
Wow. To cheer up a 12-year-old boy who has muscular dystrophy and has to steer away from most physical activities, Slovenian photographer-psychologist Matej Peljhan shot a photo series of him doing what he wished he could: play basketball, swim, breakdance break dance, swim and even fly thanks to a red balloon. Looking at these pictures, [...]
London-based French illustrator Malika Favre, who illustrated Penguin Books’ new cover of the Kama Sutra in 2011, decided to develop the original set of 7 letters — featuring copulating figures in various sex poses — she created for the cover into the full alphabetical set of 26 letters. Good idea, we say.
My art professors have always told me to “activate negative space”. And I thought I knew what that meant. But then I stumbled across Thomas Lamadieu‘s fantastic Sky Art illustrations. These imaginative scribbles make the most of being inclosed by buildings. Instead of focusing on the buildings themselves, Lamadieu animates the spaces in between. Take that for [...]
These incredible photographs by Fabian Oefner were made by paint, a metallic rod, a drill, and a high-speed camera. Using special sensors, the camera captures the image precisely as the drill begins to spin. The paint flies off of the drill 1/40000 of a second after the drill is turned on, and the beautiful design [...]
The Internet has jaded me. I’m not surprised that people take pictures of people who take pictures of food. I am certainly not surprised that there is a Tumblr for these pictures. I am absolutely not surprised that the creator of this Tumblr is calling “food photographers” ‘hipsters’. What I am surprised about is some [...]
Photographer Matt Molloy creates these incredible time-lapse images of the Canadian sky. Each image in his series is composed of 100 to 200 individual photographs, which creates the “smeared sky” effect. Molloy’s photographs are vibrant and surreal, taking sky photography to a whole new level.
Rene Mesman is a photographer based in Amsterdam with a perfect eye for detail. Besides interiors, advertisements, and a intriguing series of people in Kosovo, he also creates still life and a series of still life pictures with taxidermy. He gives birds a perfect hairdo and thereby a human appearance. Or is it, in fact, [...]
I’m not going to pretend that I wasn’t a big fan of the “breading” trend that swept internet cats recently, but I did find myself wondering where we could possibly go from there. We must not rest on our cat-posting laurels. Fortunately, I think there is now a step up. You get all the thrills [...]
Normal, everyday activities are pretty boring to photograph. There’s a woman doing her laundry. And there are some ballerinas striking a pose. But now, imagine viewing those mundane photos as displayed in the world’s only underwater art gallery. Works by Andreas Franke are on display 27 meters underwater on sunken ship USNS General Hoyt S.Vandenberg, only reachable if you know [...]
It appears a new craze has whipped Japanese schoolgirls into a bit of a frenzy – photos of them performing energy punches that (according to the camera) send their peers flying into the air. It’s quintessentially Japanese, and it looks great.
Writer-illustrator Anne Emond, who is based in Brooklyn, did this amazing Mental Map comic that really hits it right home. Who hasn’t overstayed their time at the I-Spend-Too-Much-Time-Online Falls, the Mountain Range of Impotent Rage or the Waves of Depression? Good thing there’s the River of Pleasure in the Small Things too.
Do you love whiskey? Do you love the 1982 sci-fi film Blade Runner? Fancy yourself a tough, crime solving individual? Then drink from this hand-blown crystal Blade Runner whisky glass designed in Italy Arnolfo di Cambio. It’s the exact same one used in the movie. And don’t forget to dim the lights to set a moody ambience while [...]
French digital art and self-professed ‘eclectic graphical gamer’ Grégoire Guillemin has a loud and wonderful pop art series, Secret Hero Life, where he depicts the secret lives of superheroes (bizarrely, Snow White is in the mix too) engaging in everyday human experiences such as making out, popping zits and smoking.