Photographer/designer David Reeves put his skills to good use in the creation of these silhouette action scenes cut out of paper. The paper cutouts themselves are magnificent, made even better with David’s skill in photography. Check them out.
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov has an interesting set of photos, showing portraits of females covered in black and white paint to create interesting effects, brand logos, or in one case, a QR-code.
Some things never get old, like this hilarious guide to parenting. These are the dos and don’ts you never forget; and remind the child of them everyday, so they can stay grateful to whoever created this hilarious set.
Pop culture design set by Malaysian artist and designer Chow Hon Lam.
Apple has no dearth of fanboys, it is the sheer distances they are willing to go that some may term surprising. Fan David Wu decided to create his home office on the theme of an Apple Store. A lit-up Apple logo shows up on the pillar along with a built-in LCD screen. For the flair […]
San Francisco based artist Lotan Kritchman has created this set of custom Munny Marvel Zombies, taking some characters from X-Men, Iron Man, Captain America and Spiderman, to give them all custom zombie makeovers in Munny doll form. Some of these are available for purchase.
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 […]
Everyone loves to throw a popcorn into the air and catch it with your mouth. Thanks to the Popinator, we can avoid all that manual labor that goes into this action. All you have to say is the word “Pop” and the fully automated Popinator springs into action, checks where the voice came from using […]
Light taking forever to change while you wait impatiently to cross? Forget the crossing, get playing StreetPong with the people waiting to cross. The concept is the work of Sandro Engel and Holger Michel of HAWK Hildesheim. The world would be a better place with this, until people start deatmatches do decide who plays first.
As much as these images might look like vintage photos, they actually happen to be pencil drawings by artist Paul Chiappe. The 28 year old Scottish artist makes amazingly realistic illustrations that look old, faded and blurry just as you would expect an age old photo to be. It gets more impressive when you learn […]