It’s official that most of the animal kingdom lives in fear of spiders. While those arachnids might take benign forms to fool creatures around them, other insects might try to look like spiders just scare the crap out of predators who wouldn’t want to venture near those. Lygodium Spider Moth has evolved to show off [...]
Animating in the early days of its technology wasn’t an easy job to do, as animators would use a Rotoscope to draw over a live action film. A tedious job, and one not so easily accomplished. These photographs show how some of the early Disney animated movies like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella came [...]
Watching these TVs, don’t expect the scene to change, ever. The view in these old Television sets are intricate sculptures crafted by Chinese artist Zhang Xiangxi. Quite a few times, there is a Television inside the television sculpture, which makes us want to think that the little television in turn should also host a sculpture [...]
Movie posters are a first look and impression about the movie on the mind of the movie-goer. As such, numerous drafts are made, and only the selected get their time in the limelight. Daybees online exhibit The Iconic Movie Posters That Never Were shows the drafts and early versions of popular movie posters that would [...]
Sandwich Monsters is a series that encourages us to take a bite out of scary looking monsters. If you are a monster, being a sandwich might be a very bad choice. People run away from other monsters, and they run after sandwich monsters. Not really fair to the poor dude who probably gets picked on [...]
Photographer Yu Yamauchi spent 600 days living in a hut near the summit of Mount Fuji, and got up early every day to take a photograph of the rising sun from the top of the mountain! The photographs as you would expect, are lovely. In fact, they are better than lovely, it’s almost a different [...]
A Japanese firm decided to dress the cats up as Sushi, and apparently there’s some history to it! Hit ahead for more pics, and a video where the firm tries to explain the history of sushi cats, who apparently bring good luck to those who spot them. A lot of these images are touched up, [...]
Microsoft Excel can be used for a lot of things beyond the boring spreadsheet accounting, and it often is. But rarely do we see it employed in such glorious use as that by Tatsuo Horiuchi, a 73 year old artist from Japan. Why Excel you ask? Horiuchi has a very interesting and simple explanation. Specialized [...]
A very cute ceramic bowl and mug set, this takes the shape of a person wearing a kimono when placed right. Via bookofjoe
Anatomical Pinball Table by Canadian artist Howie Tsui is a pinball machine modded to represent a musketball rattling through a soldier’s guts. That’s one gory thought, but it suits the premise of the machine very well, more so since the machine was built for a War of 1812 themed exhibition. Via OttawaCitizen, BoingBoing
It’s not easy being a unicorn, and this poor guy has had it worst. Why Unicorn Drinks by C. W. Moss is a book with a hilarious descriptions that seem to be forcing Mr. Unicorn towards alcoholism. Don’t blame this guy though, he doesn’t have it easy. These illustrations show a few problems of Mr. [...]
If you play your cards real well, you can disguise apples as McDonald’s french fries. We are not sure what good comes off this, but apparently you can sucker kids into thinking these are odd tasting fries and make them eat healthy apples instead. Kids, you so dumb. Via Neatorama
In the world of professional design, there seems to be a general consensus of running away from things like clip art and comic sans, and for pretty good reason. Here are a few movie posters recreated in clip art, they are humorous, funny and we would not watch any of those movies if they had [...]
It might not be edible, but this pizza does not need an oven and we kind of like the topping we see. Lazy Oaf’s beanbag takes the route of good looks of a pizza and the goodness of a beanbag. The slice is priced at £70 (~$105).
Latte art is a thing to be loved. When it gets this good, you can’t stop loving it. The latte art of Kazuki Yamamoto goes in three dimensions, topping the coffee with lovely figures made out of confectionery that also add taste to your latte, just like you’d want them to.