Well, it is the time for going minimalist in design and style so no surprise when playing cards follow the same route. The transparent cards cost $18.
That’s six feet seven inches of dark deliciousness in the shape of Darth Vader. He probably weighed less, but the cake is about 500 pounds. Vader’s cape is 100 lbs of marshmallow fondant, which we guess makes it 100 percent delicious. Ingredients of the cake include 386 eggs, 210 lbs of marshmallow fondant, 57 lbs of butter, and 3.5 cups of vanilla. The giant Vader cake was made by Amanda Oakleaf Cakes.
Popeye gets a real life treatment via the digital brush strokes of DeviantArtist axlsalles. That is really one badass interpretation, with Popeye all ripped out. He’d almost take on the Hulk if he got spinach now. Well, maybe not.
China Environmental Protection Foundation worked with artist Jodi Xiong to create this “Green Pedestrian Crossing.” The outdoor public art project had the image of a tree on a white canvas 12.6 metres long by 7 metres. The canvas was placed on a road close to traffic lights.
The blue skin is the tattoos, or maybe it’s the other way round. Cigarettes, beers, and a body full of tattoos doth make a gangster smurf. Illustrations by Andrew Tomaszuk.
These images show the changes in brand logos, comparing how they started out to what they look like now.
Hamburg based photographer Carsten Witte‘s image series Intuition is based on the idea that everything must change. We see that idea come to life in these photographs where attractive faces show marks of decaying skin and skulls.
Bad habits are bad, but you ought to deserve some redemption if something good comes out of it. These cigarette pack fighter jets look pretty cool. Some of them even have cigarette sidearms. Remember folks, smoking is bad for you.
We’ve all seen and enjoyed fireworks, but these impressive photos show that there’s a lot more than meets the eye. Well, but it does quite meet the long exposure eye of the camera. Photographer David Johnson visited the Sound of Light Fireworks show, where he captured these long exposure shots of fireworks.