Club goers will be all too familiar with these DJ posers. Illustrated by Elliot Thoburn and featured on Mixmag, there are some doozies in here that will crack you up. Take for instance the Cry-baby: this DJ ‘can be seen weeping with happiness at every euphoric/mindblowing musical moment, often going so far as to shed actual tears in the booth.’
Know what you could do with those Instagram photos of you and your ex? Have them printed on marshmallows and burn them on an open campfire! Then eat them with murderous delight! *Insert maniacal laugh* UK-based Boomf has created a way for Instagrammers to send them their photos via connect feature and have them printed on a 4cm x 4cm marshmallow.
In an alternate universe, or rather city, lives a Batman that does not have the luxury of gadgets and expensive Bat mobiles. In Rio, Argentine photography collective M.A.F.I.A. has made a kind of sad, kind of humorous series about a homeless and penniless Dark Knight. The series is a simple but interesting perspective on the famous superhero.
To say that Jordan Matter’s photos have been wildly popular is really an understatement. His most popular series and book, Dancers Among Us, is a New York Times bestseller and went wildly viral online. We interviewed him about his Dancers Among Us project and how it crashed a soft-core porn site, as well as his thoughts on his other popular projects, Athletes Among Us and Uncovered.
The Grand Canyon, already stunning and awe-inspiring as is, became twice that last November 29 when low level clouds filled it to the brim. This scene was made possible by a rare atmospheric condition called a ‘temperature inversion’, a phenomenon where cool air rises and warm air lowers, both meeting at the right spot to […]
ThinkGeek, an online purveyor of mystical goods such as the famous Canned Unicorn Meat has come out with a new product that’s dangerously delicious. Canned Dragon Meat is pre-cooked, charred dragon meat that according to the website, ‘contains 100% of your daily value of havoc, terror, inferno, destruction, magic, and rage’. People are going ga-ga over this product, claiming that it’s a feast fit for kings and knights.
I’m not sure how I feel about this, but it certainly deserves a second look. ‘Using mixed materials like plumage, hair, gold, and paint’, New Zealand artist Karley Fever creates ‘exotic creatures and nests with a strangely familiar and surreal aesthetic’. Surreal is right! Some of these birds have extraordinary hairdos such as ponytails, dreadlocks and braids.
If you’ve ever had to endure a nightly visit to the bathroom while living in a very, very old home, you’d be all too familiar with the outhouse, a toilet that sits, well, outside. But have a thought for whoever is unlucky enough to use this outside toilet in Siberia!
Tashirojima is a small island in Japan with a weird population. No, the 100 human inhabitants are not what I’m talking about. It’s just that there are more cats here than humans. The island is known as Cat Island because of its thriving stray cat population. Locals believe that cats bring wealth and good luck, […]
Photographer Scott Rinckenberger had been out in the American West for 5 weeks working on his fall landscapes project. For the entire duration, from dusk ‘til dawn, he’d capture thousands of images of the great outdoors; from the Olympic rainforest to the Tetons, from Yosemite to Zion. Though he’d taken plenty of great photos, he still wasn’t satisfied until he took, in his own words via PetaPixel, ‘a single transcendent image; an image that would make me want to burn my camera, a la Jimmy Hendrix’.
New Zealand is unfair. First they have beautiful rolling mountains and breath-taking landscapes that look like scenes from a painting. Second, they have Gandalf and Hobbits. And now, they have stunning turquoise-blue oceans and sandy beaches too? Unfair, New Zealand, unfair. Photographer Andrew Smith shoots these beautiful Oceanside photos near his home in New Zealand. […]
In Panjin, China, folklore has it that a thousand warriors died fighting hordes of ninja zombies, spreading blood all over the ground and forever cursing whoever sun bathes there. Ok, I made that up. But that would make a pretty cool back story to Panjin’s Red Beach. The Red Beach, located in the biggest wetland […]
It’s a man world, in his man cave at least! Capturing the ‘visual diaries of a guy’s life,’ photographer Jasper White shows us just how a shed in rural Australia can be transformed into a manly paradise of tools, cars, trophies, and beer. While the typical man cave in America is in the den or […]
Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher has a fantastic project out called Topography of Tears, where she uses microscopes to give us ‘an unexpected view of another familiar subject: dried human tears’. She started the project around five years ago, ‘during a period of copious tears’ and realized that ‘everything we see in our lives is just the tip of the iceberg, visually’, which is where this fascinating collection of photos comes from.
Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori is known for his three-dimensional goldfish paintings created by pouring resin – the material they use for sculptures and not the dried grape that old people love to eat. Badum-tss! He had been practicing his craft for eight years before he became a hit online last year with his life-like creations. Now there are many copycats, but there can only be one master of the three-dimensional goldfish.