He was bullied on the Internet but now women and celebs are knocking on his door, wanting to dance with him
You may have heard of the #FindDancingMan campaign. It was sparked by a woman named Cassandra Fairbanks after she saw two photos making the rounds on the Internet (starting at 4Chan, of all places). The photos were of a man, dancing happily, then hanging his head in humiliation. The caption for the photos read ‘Spotted this specimen trying to dance the other week. He stopped when he saw us laughing’.
Love it or hate it, emoji looks to be sticking around for a few more years. And there just so happens to be an Instagram account dedicated to creating portraits of celebs out of emoji.
For a minute, let’s all sit back, relax, and wonder what the world would be like if Justin Bieber was arrested and thrown in jail. Imagine the serenity. Imagine no more cheesy pop songs. It’d be a heavenly time for all of us. One Indonesian artist, Agan Harahap, used his Photoshopping skills to imagine just […]
Celebrities cry. And they cry a lot. Movies are constantly bombarded with movie stars crying into their hands, onto shoulders, and in Nicolas Cage’s case, crying all the way to the bank with his stellar performance in Vampire’s Kiss. Samantha Taylor-Johnson has compiled photos of celebrities doing what celebrities do best: crying. From heroic crying to […]
Victoria Will has photographed countless celebrities in her day, but one project titled ‘Tintypes’ is worlds away from her usual photo collections. For this project, which was created for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Will used an old technique for developing her celebrity photographs.
We all love a great vintage ad, but Paris-based art director David Redon has taken it a step further. What he’s done is taken modern day celebs and placed them into clever vintage ads. Stars such as Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Rihanna, and even Beyonce are used in his project. Redon says of his work: […]
Thanks to AnOther magazine, we’re treated to celebs as you’ve never seen them before: pre-teeth straightening, pre-hair stylists and pre-cool. Yes, it’s celebs as teens. There are quite a few fun snaps in this collection, including a somewhat plain-looking Angelina Jolie, a denim-on-denim Christian Bale (we’ll forgive him), a great portrait of teenaged Steve Buscemi, […]
Empire Peaks is a fun series created by Seattle based artist Michael Leavitt, depicting all your favourite celebrities, politicians and dead historical figures as, what else, Star Wars characters.
We don’t even recall how we got here, but these manga-inspired images of celebrities are pretty cool. Who knew, for instance, that Scarlett Johansson could look right at home as a pink-haired manga babe with emerald green doll-like eyes?
Of all the numerous things that have eclipsed the wide, wide world of pop culture in the past year or so, none are quite as curious as Lana Del Rey’s enormous lips. Which makes it fittingly entertaining to look at these priceless photoshopped images of celebrities with their lips Del Rey-ed — to the extent […]
You’ve got to love Italian artist Dito Von Tease. First of all, what a cool name (Dito Von Tease? Dita Von Teese!). Dabbling in what he calls ‘ditology’, he creates finger portraits that are so good, it almost makes us ashamed of the dull lives our thumbs have led to date.
So, selfies, these ubiquitous self-portraits that everyone takes on their cellphones. It’s such a huge phenomenon that The Guardian asked some celebrities to share their take on the selfie. Looking at Tilda Swinton’s selfie, it looks like she may well be an avid Instagramer.
Celebrities have been known to exhibit the worst behavi… we mean, grammar. Seriously, just look at their tweets. So Red Balloon, an English school in Brazil, hit upon the idea of having their 8 to 13-year-old students tweet back at celebrities like Paris Hilton, Rihanna and Justin Bieber, to correct their grammatical errors in their […]
Malaysia-based illustrator Vince Low has a portrait style all his own. His series of celebrity portraits look like elaborate doodles with a remarkable realism to them. You can see the smooth, fluid motion in each stroke, and his drawings almost look effortless.