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.
Is anyone even surprised that this happened in Japan? It all began last year when Japanese comedy site, Daily Portal Z, immortalized themselves in Google Street View fame by wearing pigeon masks (you can check it right here).
The Seattle police recently released some photos of Kurt Cobain’s and Courtney Love’s apartment in Los Angeles. Apparently these were taken shortly after they moved out of it in 1992. There are wall scribblings, junked magazines, candy, discarded namecards, coins, pill bottles everywhere, and even a VHS tape of Nirvana’s Come As You Are music […]
Add some colour to your life – specifically your groggy morning showers – with the help of this color changing shower head. Requiring no batteries or power, this groovy shower head utilizes the power of water pressure to light up its LEDs.
Duncan Lou is an amazing two-legged Boxer who appeared in a short video from Panda Paws Rescue Animal Shelter. Duncan is on the beach with his friend Mane, and it’s about the happiest, most joyful thing we’ve ever seen.
This is customer loyalty at its finest. Stian Ytterdahl from Lorenskog, Norway, will never ever forget what he had for lunch at McDonald’s last Monday, because he had the receipt details tattooed on his right arm. Asked by his friends to choose between sticking a Barbie up his ass and getting inked, he chose the latter (as I would probably too). The dare was supposedly a punishment for being too smitten with the ladies (kids these days).
The Blobfish might have been dubbed as the ‘world’s ugliest animal’ but at least it’s much cuddlier than you – at least in plush form. Online purveyor of cool stuff, ThinkGeek, is selling a plush version of the grumpiest cat of the sea. The website says it’s super soft and made for hugging, just like […]
Well, this is one henteresting and eggcellent series. Singaporean photographer Ernest Goh has captured the beautiful and elegant chicks in a Malaysian beauty pageant. What makes this so different? By ‘chicks’ I meant it literally, meaning that beauty pageant is a contest for chickens.
This could be our favourite moment in sweet, sweet karma – perhaps even of all time. The story is: A lady (who is filming the whole thing) is being tailgated by this guy, on a slippery wet road. The guy rages in his truck, finally shooting past and popping a huge middle finger. [This post first ran on our technology and gadget site, Techly]
Haha! Ad creatives Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Serier sure have a sense of humor. Through their Street Eraser project, the duo are now putting up giant cutouts of the iconic Photoshop erase tool effect in the streets of London to wipe out the ugly bits, such as billboard ads and road signs. It’s ingenious.
This is for real: Singapore-based Swedish author Fredrik Härén, is now inviting creatives to stay at his private island near Stockholm for free. The idea came to him when he bought his first island in the Philippines as a creative escape, and wanted to share the experience when he bought a second island in Sweden. […]
Fans of ‘The Walking Dead’ can now sorta become The Governor, by having their own collection of decapitated heads in jars. Mikeasaurus of Instructables teaches us how to create one with this cool DIY guide.
Why settle for an ordinary rolling pin while baking, when you can grab a Valek Rolling Pin. These cool baking tools are crafted by Polish designer Zuzia Zuber. Learning that she could engrave wooden rolling pins with patterns with her super funky laser engraver, Zuber got to work on ‘engraving, testing, baking and baking and […]
Forget Godzilla, here’s what we all should be running away from: a monster rat that chewed its way through a concrete wall and settled inside a Swedish family’s kitchen. The Bengtsson-Korsas family realized a disturbance in their household when their cat, Enok, refused to go into their kitchen. What they didn’t know was that the 15 inch long (tail not included) Ratzilla, had already made the space behind the dishwasher its home.
Pocket watches may be a thing of the past, but they are in no way any less beautiful. Just check out these repurposed antique pocket watches by New Jersey-based artist Sue Beatrice of ‘AllNatural Arts’. Beatrice recycles discarded parts like gears, cogs, screws, and sprockets, into whimsical sculptures inspired by nature and fantasy. Her steampunk […]
Would you sell your old and tiny house for a million dollars? In 2006, Edith Macefield of Seattle turned down such an offer, paving the way for her home to become the inspiration for Disney/Pixar’s hit movie, ‘Up’. The 84-year old woman made headlines when she refuse to sell her property to developers, forcing them […]
This incredible series of photographs features “morbid depictions of common beauty rituals” of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just as bizarre as the next, showing just what women have gone through in their beauty practices that are quite “monstrous”. Ledwich says her project explores the fact that throughout “history, the bodies […]
Want to teach your dog a lesson it will never forget? Turn your pooch into an enchanted creature via this unicorn mask for dogs. Tokyo-based crochet artist Hiroko Fukatsu created the ultimate shaming device for the upcoming ‘Year of the Horse’. She used the photos of the embarrassed Shiba Unicorn as New Year’s Day greeting cards.
Biochemist Linden Gledhill reveals to us the little things that make a butterfly beautiful, through the lens of science. In the series, Gledhill first collected various specimens of rare and colourful butterflies. He then placed them under a microscope and a set of high-powered lights to capture the mesmerizing world hidden in their wings.
MossyTortoise is an Etsy shop offering custom crocheted cozies for your pet tortoise. No, truly. Katie Bradley is behind the concept, which began with an ‘accidental hobby’ of rescuing tortoises. [Check out our recent post on Penguins in Sweaters]
This heart-warming video is part of the Canon Shine movement, where Canon are aiming to bring back the power of the photograph - encouraging people to submit a photograph and use their lens to change the world.
In this clip, Australian cricket legend and founder of the Waugh Foundation, Steve Waugh, chooses Daniel as his subject - a 19 year old man who has spinal muscular atrophy. His robotic arms allows him to do simple things like pet his dog and comb his hair.
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