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.
Self-confidence can be a tricky thing. If you’re obese, you’ll always feel the need to shed the extra weight. And if you do lose weight, there’s one more obstacle to hurdle: loose skin. In the video below, John of YouTube channel ‘ObesetoBeast’ shows us what it’s like to have that problem. He’s already lost 160 lbs., dropping from a hefty 360 lbs to his current weight of 200 lbs.
If you’re a millennial and you’ve ever gone through a breakup, you’ll know that the defriending on Facebook and the unfollowing on Twitter can be harder than the breakup itself. Ok, sometimes it is. And Brooklyn-based artist Sarah K. Hallacher has created her art series User Experience of a Heartache to reflect just how some of us might feel after we’ve shared so much of ourselves on social media-especially our relationships-only to have them end.
Tumblr artist ‘Tango’ shows the silliness in ordinary, everyday situations through his amusing illustrations. The artist uses the different body parts of cats, dogs, penguins, pigs, and sometimes even inanimate objects, to create simple but stunning images. It’s a bit bizarre at first – talking about the unexpected punchlines – but you’ll get hooked eventually! […]
Your co-worker you asks: ‘Hey! Can you watch babysit my plant? I’m going out of town for four days. It’ll need some TLC.’ What do you do? Water it, give it sunlight, talk to it, take it on walks. That’s exactly what this IT guy did AND he photographed the entire experience.
Buckle up and listen up cos this is certainly a great and novel way to make use of unwanted belts. The owner of this cool interior decor idea is Inghua Ting who fashions genuine leather belts into residential flooring as well as decor accents the likes of carpets, wall and door coverings.
We see dead leaves as unsightly and they are swept away and removed as fast as we possibly can. And that’s because we don’t have the eyes of Baku Maeda. The freelance illustrator and artist sees little cute beasts in them and by making the minimum of cuts on each dead magnolia leaf, Maeda can […]
In the middle of the woods in High Falls, New York, you’ll stumble upon a house that looks straight out of a fairy tale. Like the gingerbread house in Hansel and Gretel – minus the candy and the child-eating witch – its façade will tickle your fancy and make you want to explore every nick and cranny of this stunning home.
Who knew taste bud heaven could fit on a keychain? ‘Sriracha2Go’ is a miniature, refillable bottle that fits on a keychain, letting you take your favorite hot sauce anywhere you go. Simply remove the cap and fill it with Sriracha. Your meals will never be lonely ever again. And at 1.25 ounces, it’ll even get […]
Wolfram Kampffmeyer from Germany studies Computer Animation and according to her, ‘if you are sitting in front of the computer all day watching your virtual models, you start wishing to hold them in your hands’. So she put her thoughts to action and began creating a series of ultra lovely animals made of paper.
Amazingly, Scotland-based forensic artist Nigel Cockerton, whose thing is, well, facial restructuring, went on to pad out an empty skull-shaped bottle from Crystal Head Vodka earlier this year layer by layer, making the skull really come to life with a realistic face at the end. It’s pretty amazing work.
Put the Hill of Crosses on your bucket list at once! This landmark lies about 12 kilometres north of Šiauliai in Lithuania, and has turned into a major tourist attraction since people starting erected crosses there in the 1800s.
Anyone remember that gem of a book, Why Cats Paint? As it turns out, the same authors, Burton Silver and Heather Busch went on to publish another coffee table book, Dancing With Cats, documenting just that: humans dancing with cats.
After a long day of managing grave sites, cemetery worker ‘Kawanabesatou’ goes to his favorite bar for a drink – albeit a tiny bar, and one that is managed by a hamster! In his spare time, ‘Kawanabesatou’ turns his pet hamsters into little bartenders by placing them in dioramic scenes. Here, it appears they are […]
If your creative juices aren’t flowing, maybe sitting down in this one-of-a-kind sofa will hatch some ideas? Inspired by a bird’s nest, Israel-based design firm OGE Creative Group created a furniture piece that’s basically a giant nest for humans.
Jafflechutes, which declares itself to be Melbourne’s first float-down eatery, actually lets you pay for a toasted sandwich (known colloquially in Australia as a jaffle) via Paypal and wait for it to fall from the sky in a parachute! It started with an idea to create pocket parachutes for people who live on storeyed buildings and forget their keys.
Now that’s what you call undivided attention! In the following video, a cat stares blankly into the abyss, not even flinching when its human starts calling it out and poking its face. When the camera pans to where it’s gazing at, there’s only a blank wall. So what’s getting the attention of this feline? A bird? An invisible specter? The mystery continues!
In Atherton, Australia, nurses and doctors lovingly take care of abandoned babies until they are big enough to fend for themselves. Though we’re not talking about human babies here, we’re talking about baby bats!
Everyone’s taking selfies nowadays, even paintings! Denmark-based designer Olivia Muus decided to amuse herself while on a trip to the museum by taking selfies. Not of herself, but of people in old portraits.
It’s said that downing a glass of water first thing in the morning is good for you. Well, why not do that and be a cat about it? This adorable mug made of Boronsilicate glass will help you gulp down 550ml of your watery treat and transform into a cat at the same time. If […]
Most tattoo artists accept money in return for turning a person’s body into a canvas. Ukrainian artist Stanislava Pinchuk, better known as Miso, accepts books, lessons, food, and even whiskey instead.