The beautiful tiny tree grows on a log in a lake in British Columbia. Via BashTravel, Reddit
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.
Watching the film How to Train Your Dragon Richard Hamel thought it would be really cool to have a dragon of his own. Hiccup probably wasn’t so helpful for Mr. Hamel obtaining a dragon, so he decided to build one for himself. Hamel, a Pittsburgh-area plumbing, heating and air-conditioning contractor has quite an experience in […]
There might be a few of inconsistencies with what the comic says, but “I am your father….. NOOOOOOOO” is pretty hilarious. Via LikeCool
It’s a smart man that stays prepared, and a very smart one that stays prepared for the apocalypse. Even better, if the apocalypse bunker is styled and classy. This apocalypse bunker is situated in the mountains of Colorado, with a greek isle interior theme; there are rooms for sleeping, recreation and dining. Of course it […]
Portugal based attorney Samuel Silva does art as a hobby, and he does that pretty good. The hyper-realistic drawing we see here has been all made out of standard Bic ball point pens on paper. He used around eight different colors and it took about 30 hours for the portrait to be completed.