In the year 1906, people might have had no idea what the word “meme” meant, but they sure did know very well that cats and dogs could be put into funny settings. These hilarious images by American photographer Harry Whittier Frees are probably one of the earliest known examples of cat memes in history. It all started in 1906, when during a Birthday party a cat managed to get a paper hat on its head, causing laughter among the gathered. Harry picked up the idea and decided to follow through with photographs.
Fashion photographer Viktorija Pashuta dressed up women in fashionable clothing, and matched them up to the famous web browser that would best meet the style. The set covers Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
You just have to love this Game of Thrones inspired fan art series by Doodle-Mon. The color and style are vivid, to say the least, but it is the moment captured in these illustrations that makes it so truly impressive. Prints available on StoreEnvy.
Ferris Wheels are the ubiquitous carnival attraction throughout the world. Bright lights on modern ferris wheels make them all the more colorful and especially remarkable at evening and night. In the collection of images here, we see them all the better and colorfully trippy, all thanks to the magic of long exposure photography.
As humans, we rarely get something right the first time. Thankfully, many of us manage to make better decisions that are seemingly simple but have a huge impact. For good measure, take a look at the names several bands whom we know and love, and compare them with what they had originally intended to call themselves. Their music would probably be the same, but we doubt we would have the same love for Johnny and the Moondogs, The New Yardbirds, or Smile.
Russian artist SceithAilm has illustrated various characters from Lord of the Rings and put them up on Tarot cards. Come to think of it, several of these cards can actually go well with classic tarot card illustrations and images.
Seeing how plenty of men sport long hair, author Jessica Saia of San-Francisco based online magazine The Bold Italic decided on a photo essay where dudes with long locks were given fancy hairdos here until thought of only as the domain of women.
Smoking is bad today, but when it was at its height, it was even worse. For a long time, we did not understand the health hazards of smoking and it was advertised as something cool, awesome, beneficial and even healthy! Even when the bad effects of smoking were better understood, it took quite a while before the claims of health could be fully removed from advertising. Hell, they even got a US President to endorse cigarettes!
Based in the Netherlands, photographer Wil Mijer loves to take a closer look at butterflies and frogs for a very eye catching set of macrophotographs. The photographer however rues the fact that many species and habitats of butterflies have disappeared from the Netherlands and she has to go to Belgium or Germany to capture the bulk of these photographs.