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.
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.
This is the largest crystal cave in the world. And it’s been hidden away until recently. Thanks to the Orda Cave Awareness Project, we can now enjoy the splendor of this incredible deep water paradise. And it was no easy feat getting these images. Let’s just say that the cave water temperature was a little cold: about 3C [...]
We’ve all seen the pap’ vie to capture celebs au naturel. Mexican artist Eddi Aguirre has gone that one step further to show us what precious, perfect Barbie would look like without her cake face.
When I first saw this, I was disgusted, and then I realized it wasn’t real and I was still kind of disgusted, but also full of wonder (there should be a word for that, grossed out and full of wonder at the same time). You would have to be a pretty morbid little girl to [...]
During the work day, I usually find myself at the end of my energy reserve somewhere in the afternoon. And I always run into the problem of not having a proper place to nap. The embarrassing truth is, I’ve actually napped under a cubical. But this desk design by Studio NL solves that problem elegantly! This beautifully modern [...]
Any parent would empathise with this: seemingly endless moments when their baby is crying, with a seemingly endless list of causes for the unhappiness. Part-time radio executive Greg Pembroke, a dad from Rochester, New York, basically accepted that his 20-month-old son Charlie was just going to have his frequent meltdowns and set up a hilarious [...]
Okay, so these aren’t actual Penguin book covers. But they are still really good. London-based graphic designer Sharm Murugiah re-imagined Quentin Tarantino’s movie screenplays in the style of old-school Penguin book covers, and these are so fun we wish they were for real.
Meet the queen of breakfast. I’ll admit to being a breakfast enthusiast. I never skip the chance to eat it. But Ida Frosk takes the early morning meal to a whole new level. The culinary creative from Norway re-creates famous pieces of art on her toast. Imagine eating Edvard Munch’s The Scream at 7am?
Seems like the Chinese have just invented a new way to punish their dogs: make them strap on some pantyhose, and stilettos too, for added sexiness. Is it just us, or do most of the dogs in the pictures sport a resigned look on their face? It’s amusing for all of one second, but quickly [...]
Comic website The Joy of Tech made this hilariously accurate representation of what it would be like if Facebook made a real home. Residents of this house are sure to have their dirty laundry aired out for their neighbors to see, toilets that encourage you to post tons of crap, and even an Instagram camera [...]
We all know Picasso liked to paint people with really weird facial features and eyes mixed up all over their faces. Now, imagine what would happen if Picasso’s paintings were played out in real life. The result is surprisingly glamorous. These photos by Eugenio Recuenco are absolutely fantastic.
Bohyun Yoon’s sculptural installation entitled Unity is absolutely mind-blowing. Yoon suspends mangled silicon body parts from a flat surface, casting shadows that create incredibly detailed silhouettes. Upon taking closer look, however, viewers will notice that the shadows aren’t exactly safe for work. Unity, indeed.