Hangover Cures From Around the World Make an Ad Campaign

It is a time honored tradition in every culture to get absolutely smashed every chance you get. And since New Year’s Day, a.k.a international hangover day approaches, we think it fit to take a look at traditional hangover cures from around the world. It is known by different names across the world, but of course, the hangover exists universally. This set of illustrations was made by creative DXTR and ad agency Havas Worldwide as an ad campaign for a German pharmaceutical brand’s new offering of aspirin.

Clothes Made Out of Human Teeth, Hair, Eyes and Bones

We tend to be spooked out by clothing made out of human parts, though wearing animals is considered okay and even classy. We’ve already seen the teeth shoes by Fantich & Young, but it looks like the studio has an entire range of apparel centered around human-sourced accessories. The set currently includes a suit, and two pairs of shoes for men and women. The suit is covered in human hair, has small bones and glass eyes for buttons. Teeth in the shoes are still the old rubber sole teeth though.

Amusing and Creepy Photographs Show Adults As Their Childlike Analogues

For all the innocence we would expect from a set of photographs of children, this one has a fair dose of creepiness imbued in its very idea. That may be because these images are not children, but adults whose photographs have been masterfully manipulated by artist Cristian Girotto into their child-like analogues. There’s a child inside every human, but goddamn it’s scary when it shows up.

The Illustrated Battle of Willpower

Uncountable souls have lost their battle to eat and live healthy in the face of an onslaught by junk food and procrastination. Santiago, Chile based artist Oscar Ramos created this set of illustrations for a government aided print campaign called “Elige Vivir Sano” (Choose Healthy Living). The campaign was set up to encourage people to make use of their will power and adopt a healthier lifestyle. The illustrations do very much appear to be in tune with the idea.

Lovely Macrophotographs of Snowflakes

Photographer Andrew Osokin gets up, close and personal with the fragile snowflake, photographing it in all its macro beauty and glory. Those snowflakes look as lovely as we could have imagined. At the same time, it is surprising to see that the tiny snowflake might have such a complex construction. Well, thanks to an earlier much closer look at snowflakes, we do happen to know them better now.