Portuguese graphic designer Rita Gomes, or Wasted Rita, as she’s better known, creates art. Punk rock art, minimalistic doodles and tongue in cheek sarcastic words. Think David Shrigley meets Pussy Riot. She updates her blog with her latest drawings regularly, when she’s not traveling the world or putting on exhibitions, of course.
This is a real life blog about Hafid, the douchebag that stole one Tumblr user’s phone on a beach in Ibiza, Spain. The phone thief didn’t think to turn off the automatic photo upload on the Dropbox app, so all of Hafid’s pictures appear on the original phone owner’s computer. Now Hafid’s adventures are chronicled […]
Thinking about moving to New York? The Worst Room provides the antidote to TV’s spacious and beautiful apartments that normal people can afford. I’d like to see Friends re-set in some of these.
I accidentally stumbled across a Crappy blog, which comes with Crappy pictures. The blog and sketches are written and drawn by mother and wife, Amber Dusick. She illustrates parenting stories that draw on her experience of child tantrums, doctor’s visits and general daily family life. It’s honest, brilliantly bad (she swears) and quite touching. Parenting: […]
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in advertising? This Advertising Life is a tumblog documenting the emotions of a working life in advertising as told through GIFs. If you’re an advertising student or considering a career in this field, this hilarious tumblr will give you the ins and outs of working in this challenging […]
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 […]
Really liking the new weekly STUFF series by New York-based art blog Art F City, which illuminates artists through their stuff instead of their art. As they state, ‘Art history never elucidates the importance of the artist’s dual role as creator and person who owns STUFF, even though STUFF is important: it’s what accumulates when […]
If you’re a fan of great songwriting and intimate performances, then the London-based Mahogany blog is your new Shangri La. What began as a side project in 2009 for creator Mark Murdoch has now evolved into one of the most prolific music blogs around, with more than 270 videos so far online and a staff […]
I started Indisposable Concept as a bit of a rebellion to the throwaway culture surrounding digital imagery, and as a way to encourage people to acknowledge and embrace the everyday beauty that exists in their lives, to capture and share the stuff that matters and makes it unique. We ask participants to document their life […]
Someone discovered that a certain unknown model was appearing in so many ads across Singapore that he or she started a blog with all these ads. It is so regularly updated that a local magazine wondered if the blog was started by the model herself. Either way, the overexposed model is everywhere. And yes, she’s […]
Not many people can take photographs like Bryce Thomas – an amazing photographer located in New South Wales’ Hunter Valley region. After recently completing a 365 project (one photograph a day for a year), Thomas is loaded with a whole portfolio worth of stellar images and he’s not about to slow down. The most impressive part? He’s just 17 years of age. Yep. You need to see it.
Recently, I got turned onto Granola Glamour, a lifestyle blog created and written by Raquel Griffin, a fashion stylist and former fashion editor, yogi and healer. Griffin explores concepts of self-awareness, wellness and modern values-based style. The blog has become my sort of eco-chic altar where I go to pray to all my natural home […]
Do you remember the film Amélie? There was a craze for collecting old discarded photographs from photo booths at the time. Way before that, in 1973, Ms. Katherine Anne Griffiths took her first photo booth picture at the age of 11. Since then, she’s been documenting her life through photo booth pictures. Photobooth Journal‘ is both her personal photographic journal and a blog for lovers of photo booth photography, with many gems from the past.
For eight years, Jason Evans has been uploading one nice photo every day to his site. One page, one picture, replaced with another the next day, no archive. It’s a deceptively simple, timeless, peaceful project, a bit of a tonic if you’re low, and a beautiful reminder of the plain honest niceness of looking for […]
The whole world of blogging just gets stranger and stranger everyday, but now there’s a Tumblr page dedicated to 80s Muscle, that is: muscly dudes and women from the 80s. Scrolling down the blog takes you on a seemingly endless journey full of protein shaken, steroid taken, ripped and cut muscles. So if you’re a […]