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.
Better prep some tissue, just in case the feels get to you. 9-year old Ken from the Philippines dreamed about building an animal shelter to rescue strays from the city pound, where most of them are put down. Like any kid his age, he didn’t have the money to put up the shelter.
No words can describe how amazing these photos by Michael Christopher Brown are. Over at his Instagram account, he has been documenting Congelese street kids frolicking about at play, not in playgrounds, but abandoned airplanes at Democratic Republic of Congo’s Goma Airport that now serve as fun hangouts for them. As Brown wrote, ‘… planes […]
Okay, this is crazy. A 71-year-old pensioner in Bosnia, who really, really loves his Volkswagon Beetle, spent over two years to give his car a wooden makeover — right down to making wooden fittings for the steering wheel, radio and the such — by using more than 50,000 pieces of oak that are all made […]
And in this writer’s opinion, it could be alternatively titled as, ‘Illusions of the Body: why slouching makes everyone unattractive’. Artist Gracie Hagen created the provocative series to address the lofty standards we’ve set for ourselves – which is comparing our own flesh with those of seemingly perfect bodies we see in the media. What […]
New Zealand-based artist Christy Lewis will make you believe little kids have morphed into superheroes, wild animals, and monsters with her amazing face painting skills. She’s been so successful at her craft that she’s already turned it into a business and is well known in festivals and birthday parties.
Benoit Lapray sure knows how to tease out these picture-perfect meditative and contemplative moments out of superheroes. The French (that must be why) photographer’s recent photo series The Quest for the Absolute is a collection of digitally-mashed portraits of superheroes finding some quiet time to recharge in stunning natural landscapes. The one of Wonder Woman […]
Oh, we just want to give Seattle-based musician and jewelry designer Alexandra Crockett a big bear hug for her illuminating book. Metal Cats offers a heartwarming look at the merry world of cute, fuzzy kitties and their proud owners, all of whom hail from the dark underworld that be the metal scene.
Everyone is upcycling everything these days, so why not vinyl records too? Vinilyze, which crafts handmade eyewear in Hungary out of vinyl records, does just that. Though every pair of these lovelies come with a two-year warranty, rest assured that if you do accidentally break a pair, you can make the legitimate excuse that it […]
It must be said that we are always finding new ways of amusing ourselves. The latest thing to have taken the Internet by storm, apparently, is that of drawing exaggerated brows on one’s baby and uploading pictures of their usually expressive new mugs to Instagram. Well, as long as parents read the labels of their […]
You know what momma always said: ‘life is like a box of chocolates – it’s full of debauchery, dirty deeds, nymphomania, and most of all, nuts’. Or I think that’s what she said. Online purveyor of weird goods, ‘Firebox’, is selling this box of chocolates that’s sure to get your freak on. ‘Kama Sutra Chocolate […]
When you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend on lavish (and overrated) jewelry for the love of your life, try adding some color – like literally – to your engagement ring instead. California-based woodworker Peter Brown created this cool and inexpensive ring from colored pencils. If you have the tools and talent of […]
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Nicolas Cage meme and other various Internet-related phenomenon, but you know there’s no stopping all of civilization when it comes to Nicolas Cage memes. So it was only a matter of time (like now) that we stumble upon the brilliant Nic Cage As Everyone site. While posts […]
I don’t have a tattoo. I probably never will. It’s too much commitment, too forever, but more importantly it’s a huge statement to make and I don’t have the guts. Having a tattoo in the first place says a lot about somebody, and you can glean so much from a person depending on what their tattoo is.
What an astonishingly simple idea, and what a brilliant one too. We’re not sure who’s behind the Animals With Stuffed Animals photoblog dedicated to ‘only photos of cute animals and their favorite stuffed pets’, but he or she has us taking our hats, beanies and truck caps off to him or her.
There are all sorts of niche reading groups out there, but we never thought we’d live to see this one. In Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, a reading group made up of grade-school students who read to cats actually exists. Hey, it’s for a good purpose: it helps them get better at reading.
Haha, what a riot. As Plum Tree Studios, which was behind this priceless shot of a groom flaunting his ring to the open-jawed amazement of his mates, put it, ‘Here’s to all the whimsy and fun of wedding day (sic). All days should be this happy.’
Ingenious! Victoria Savostianova of Sun Inside Photography did this fun themed photoshoot with a soon-to-be mum, Natasha Davidenko Mokrousova, remaking her as a gorgeously styled pregnant pin-up girl. It’s a cute and celebratory take on the important life event. UPDATE: We got an exclusive interview with Victoria in the! Here’s a taste of what she […]
All right, 27-year-old artist Michael Lee Lunsford initiated a ‘fully-clothed’ makeover on female superheroes sometime last year. While it’s not supposed to make a statement about the clothes (or the lack thereof) of usually scantily-clad female superheroes, we must say it takes a bit getting used to seeing them all covered up. They don’t look […]
The opal, most commonly found in Australia, is a type of natural gemstone with a high percentage of water in them. It looks pretty cool. What’s even cooler, as these pictures show, is just how much each individual opal gem resembles a mini-world of its own. The one with the fiery cloudscape just looks really […]
Milwaukee-based Michael Bernhardt shot this stunning photograph of a perfectly-timed storm near Lake Michigan. It captured the majesty of nature — just before it came to an end, it created giant waves of water towards the breakwater wall, which then bounced back towards open waters, resulting in the picture. What a sight.
In partnership with our friends at Optus, we present the third in a three part Lost At E Minor video series that puts the spotlight on some young, handpicked Australian creatives, doing inspirational things within their chosen fields. Episode Three features 16-year old Melbourne-based producer, Gab Strum (aka Japanese Wallpaper), who has racked up thousands of plays over the past year or so via a number of well-blogged remixes ranging from City Calm Down and The Townhouses to bootlegs of The xx and Bon Iver.