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.
This has to be the most brutal prank we’ve seen. Well, this or the undead elevator girl. But that’s another story altogether. For this prank, the jokers at SA Wardega dressed a cute puppy up as a giant mutant spider and then went to great lengths to unleash (gettit?) the ‘spider’ in a variety of scenarios on the unsuspecting public. Terrifying? TERRIFYING! We aged 5 years just watching it. [This is officially the most viral post we've run on Lost At E Minor]
Remus Tiplea has a special talent for capturing the beauty in almost everything. This amateur photographer from Romania only started shooting back in 2009, and since then, has taken on some extraordinary subjects, one being the majestic damselflies.
Tindafella is what we’ve all been waiting for. Making fun of Tinder profiles that try a little too hard for attention, Jarrod Allen decided to start replicating profile pictures on the app. And he does it with such style and finesse, it’s hard to look away from these cheeky pics.
Why bother traveling light years to see the far regions of space when you can enjoy it from the comforts of your own bed? Etsy store ‘CBedroom’ printed out these out-of-this-world galactic quilt covers and pillow cases. The collection comes in seven designs, with each priced at $148.
This is one for the ages: a three-year-old Great Dane was rushed to a Portland emergency animal hospital recently after suddenly coming down ill. Was it something it ate? Ah, yes, indeed. Try socks, 43 and 1/2 (that’s right, a half) of them!
The memobottle is what you’ve always wanted, but never realized. This ingenious invention comes from Melbourne and San Diego, California and is part of a very popular Kickstarter project, which (at the time of publishing) has raised more than $48,000 of a $15,000 goal.
Australia has its fair share of outlaws, but most of the time we only hear about men and the interesting things they got up to. Well, Aussie ladies are now having their time to shine, with a collection of ‘Sydney’s underbelly during the 1920′s’ courtesy of the NSW Police Forensic Archives.
Public sand art on beautiful beaches has been amazingly done by many but they have always been about patterns and geometrics. Until Jamie Harkins, an artist and musician from New Zealand, came ashore and created these cheeky optical illusions and 3D images on beaches that makes us go WOW!
We love this. Someone hooked up a GoPro Hero 3+ to a particularly rambunctious lab called Walter to give us an eagle eye (or dog’s eye) perspective on his frantic, excited dash down to the the Ionian sea in Siracusa, Sicily. And then … SPLASH! He gets his much deserved reward, and so do we. [Watch the video here]
Ah, vegemite, easily one of the most misunderstood Australian delicacies. For its series ‘Kids vs Food’, Youtube channel REACT recently got some kids to try vegemite for the first time and asked them what they thought about it. If you’ve seen non-Australians reacting to Vegemite before, you know this isn’t going to end well. [Watch the funny video here]
‘South Africa: a country where the haves and have-nots live side by side but seldom connect.’ In Cape Town, a pair of cunning creatives are all too aware of this problem and have devised a new way for people to give to the homeless.
You may already be familiar with graphic artist Newt Clements’s Happy Meals. In the past he has created tributes to great movies, such as The Exorcist and Carrie, and TV shows, such as Wonder Woman, Twin Peaks, and American Horror Story. Well Newt has been at it again, but this time his creation has caused quite a backlash on Facebook, where a couple of people posted it, one even indicating that it’s a parody or novelty idea. Apparently some people are not real thrilled about the idea of a Ouija Board Happy Meal.
‘Alienation’ is a series by South Africa-based photographer Anelia Loubser, wherein she takes ordinary dark portraits of people and gives it a simple but strange twist: flipping them upside-down so that they’d look like aliens!
Salvador Dalí was best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work, but did you know he was also the author of something as practical and down-to-earth as a cookbook? Published in 1973, it’s a big, gold cookbook with very old-school classic recipes, like lobsters glazed in aspic. Add a healthy dose of his signature surrealism via some intensely erotic paintings and you’ll get an idea why this is such a collector’s item.
We all know that hundreds of firefighters, police officers and ambulance crews helped out on 9/11 to rescue those trapped in the World Trade Center, but rarely do we hear about the heroic rescue dogs of that fateful day. With the help of FEMA, photographer Charlotte Dumas tracked down 15 dogs who worked to find survivors in the rubble of the twin towers, and fittingly named her photo series Retrieved.
It only took us a few thousand years to create the efficient flower pot design. Inspired by how sunflowers follow the sunlight, Barcelona-based industrial design company, ‘Studio BAG Disseny’, created a flower pot that can roll to face the direction of the sun, giving plants a more efficient way to grow.
Photographer Robyn Twomey took these beautiful portraits of former Playboy Bunnies at the Former Playboy Bunny Reunion (yes, there is a such a thing!) in Las Vegas. Of the series, Twomey says: ‘It is the result of my interest in the women of Playboy and where they are now. The tight frame and non-retouched images […]
Now this is a cake that I wouldn’t mind not eating! At first glance, the front of this cake looks simple enough, a pair of doors, some shrubs, a library sign. But when you head on over to the back, an intricate world is revealed – the cake actually contains the intricate interiors of a […]
Since arriving at the International Space Station a few months ago, astronaut and geophysicist Alexander Gerst has captured the beauty of our planet with his camera. Most of his photos are of geometric oil fields, massive craters, and well-lit cities. But the most eye-catching of all are of dense cloud formations that cast thousand mile-long shadows over the landscape.
Talk about an unconventional canvas! Indiana-based artist Jamie Homeister paints the portraits of birds using their very feathers! As a tribute to her Canadian heritage and to Native American culture, Homeister meticulously paints, parrots, eagles, owls, and sometimes other animals like foxes and bears, on the medium that she says is no easier than ‘painting on blades of grass’.