Some men just want to watch the world learn. At the University of Maryland, psychology professor Dylan Selterman gave his students an evil extra credit problem that would test their ethical limits.
When her grandparents passed away, artist Caitlin McCormack took up crocheting as her way of commemorating them. Since then she’s been creating creepy but beautiful crochet sculptures of animals that will make you reflect on life and death.
If you’re looking for a sidekick who’d always watch your back (literally), then there’s no better person (or animal) to do that than Guardians of the Galaxy’s Rocket Raccoon.
Here’s something to get you through the week – or through the rest of the month, for that matter. YouTube channel ’10 Cats’ shows us what supper is like for a family of, well, 10 cats.
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Sarah Ivermee didn’t let her four-year-old son’s hearing impairment get in the way of him having an awesome childhood. This UK mum started making hearing aids into awesome art creations after hearing a lot of children did not like wearing their hearing devices.
If you’re already an adult and you still don’t know how to ride a bike, then get ready to be shamed by a talented raccoon named Melanie.
Now you have the chance to rule all of Westeros, without actually running the risk of getting beheaded, poisoned, stabbed, or burned alive. USAopoly, in partnership with Hasbro and HBO, is coming out with a RISK: Game of Thrones Edition.
Kevin Ferguson has visualized all our favourite films by compressing screen shots from every 10th second of the films. The results? Colourful and blurry works of art.
Move over, Groundskeeper Willie, we’ve got a hairier and more lovable groundskeeper on the scene. That’s right folks, Abby is coming to rescue our yards on her ride-on mower and you better get out of her way because I’m not sure she knows how to work the brakes.
When you’re a kid, there’s nothing as exciting as being handed a balloon animal. And now as adults, we’ve gone full circle with Sarah Deremer’s Balloon Zoo series.
There’s a special subreddit dedicated to catloaves – that moment when your furry feline gets comfy and assumes the position of a loaf. It’s really quite adorable. So why not pay homage to these loafers by creating actual bread loaves shaped like loafing cats?
When evil is lurking around every corner, it takes a special kind of person to don their cloak, pick up their lightsaber and fight a bunch of aggravated stormtroopers.
To show that even centuries-old art genres can still keep up with the times, the ‘Rhythm Force’ project in Japan has come up with a collection of woodblock prints and paintings that depict scenes from a galaxy far, far away.
Comic book enthusiast and cool dad Lance Curran turns his kids into superheroes during breakfast using not magic nor high-tech weaponry, but something simpler: his mug collection.