Houses That Fly

Humans have a fixation on anything that flies, including the usually flightless houses. Well, but if Up! can do it, so can a little bit of image manipulation, sans the balloons of course. Photographer Laurent Chehere photographed real houses, made slight changes in them, and sent them off to the sky. For some weird reason that we prefer not to delve into, we especially like the flying, burning house.

We Always Knew They Were Up To No Good: Vegetable Weapons

As a kid, I always knew there was something wrong with vegetables; kids being super intelligent and all that stuff. Turns out, I was right. Japanese photographer Tsuyoshi Ozawa has an entire photographic series dedicated to deadly weapons made out of vegetables. The photographer has traveled the world, capturing these images. Some might say the selection of these vegetable weapons are a recipe for indigenous dishes of the region people holding them are from, we know those things could be deadly in the hands of a trained cook.

Ostrich Pillow Clears Your Way For Quick Naps

The tired mind often desires quick naps, but suitable settings are difficult to be found. Nature is always there for inspiration, and it probably the ostrich’s love of burying its head that gives this pillow its name. The pillow covers your eyes from the sights and the ears from the noise so you could have a quick power naps even at places noisy places like airports. Ostrich Pillow by Kawamura-Ganjavian is currently looking for backers on Kickstarter.

Flies Pose for Humorous Photographs in Their Afterlife

All flies do in their lifetimes is to irritate people and connive ways that would get them sick. In their afterlife however, the (then) inanimate flies can be put to good use, or better, Swedish photographer Magnus Muhr put them to good use. These images show a series of weird settings the photographer put the dead flies through, creating humorous shots with just a few touches of the pencil.