So this is pretty cool. Liverpool artist Carl Warner is known for his ‘foodscape’ photography and his creative work is now on display at Ripley’s London for all to admire. His works showcase ‘iconic landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye and Tower Bridge made from fruit and veg’.
Who doesn’t want their house filled with the enticing aroma of KFC’s mouth-watering fried chicken? (Yes, we jest) Kentucky for Kentucky, an online store that sells items promoting Kentucky people, places, and products, paired up with Kathy Werking and produced a line of scented candles that embodied the ‘sweetest sides of Kentucky’.
In 2016, the Starship Enterprise of the sea will explore the depths of the ocean where no man has gone before. The SeaOrbiter is the first ocean lab that 1) researchers can stay in for long term missions and 2) looks like a really, really cool spaceship. Its first mission will be to explore the […]
Beneath the ground exists a world that no one would dare wonder into. It’s a place of darkness, abandon, and isolation. San Francisco’s Bold Italic visited the underground caverns of their city and here are the photos. Some are viaducts and others are service tunnels. It also serves as a reminder that dim places like […]
Butter lovers, assemble! Have you ever had the problem of taking butter from the fridge and try to spread it on toast? Frickin’ hard, right? Now, fellow butter-ites, our prayers have been answered! ‘Easy Butter’, from Japan’s Metex, helps you spread butter using a simple grater. Simply place the stick of butter in the device, […]
Holy what in god’s name is that?! At the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft (and I thought a museum about sex toys was weird) in Holmavik, lies a pair of pants that you could say is out of fashion. The pair of pants, called the “skinnies,” was made from real human flesh in the 17th century. If that wasn’t weird enough, the skin was taken off a sorcerer. Yes, this may be Merlin’s flesh and ding dongs hanging in a museum!
French illustrator and comic artist Chris Panda has come up with a series of drawings that takes us deep inside our favourite cartoon characters. No not like, feelings deep inside. More like skeletons deep inside. It’s a simple but fun series involving characters like Iron Man, Fionna and Cake, Sailor Moon, and oh just take […]
Would you like some human tears and belly button bacteria with your wine, sir? Selfmade is an exhibition featuring cheese cultured from human tears and belly button bacteria collected from the artists and scientists themselves. Side note: I wonder how they forced themselves to tear up. Did they watch The Notebook with test tubes in […]
Here’s what you could achieve with a lot of sweat, patience, and Play-Doh. Lacy Knudson was playing with her three kids and making small balls out Play-Doh when it suddenly hit her that she could use these for art! It was a win-win situation: she could make beautiful art while spending time with her kids. And thus, the Dozayix (playDOh + moSAICS) was born.
The Souk Mirage/Particles of Light commercial complex is recently unveiled concept by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s latest. The top secret project (they won’t tell where it will be built) is composed of stacked arches of different sizes, and a series of waterfalls to help cool the edifice. It’s inspired by the silhouette of Bedouin tents and gives will make you believe you’re staring at a hundred foot mirage.
There are thousands if not millions of photographers in the world competing with each other for clients and projects. How do you stand out from the competition then? The logical plan of action: you make 400 action figures of yourself, that’s what!
Some kids have all the luck. Japanese embroidery artist Hiroko Kubota got a special request from her feline-obsessed son when she was making custom-sized clothes for him: he wanted cats on his shirt.
San Francisco-based artist George Pfau loves zombies so much, he decided to immortalize them in a series of Impressionist paintings called Zombiescapes. It’s sheer genius! Nothing’s better to hang up on your living room wall than a beautifully-painted horde of flesh-eating zombies.
If you ever fantasized about living in the Death Star, now you can! Well, somehow. Victor Brown and Tom Spina Designs created 14 various tiles that depict the intricate surface of the easy-to-blow-up space station/super weapon. You can arrange it in many ways that would suit your home. It’s a dream come true for any […]