Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you could get things rolling with some heartfelt and thoughtful, or you could take the cheesy route. These little cards are rather good, especially if your Valentine has an interest in Pokemon. If all else fails, remember it might be a cliche, but you could still give I choose you a try. See the full set on their official Facebook page.
I have always thought face packs look weird, well, at least now you can decorate the weirdness in a kawaii with these designer face packs. I have to say, I’m partial towards the Nightmare Before Christmas face pack, but there is quite a selection to go around to suit your preference. It’s cool, but still kind of weird. Available for purchase on JapanTrendShop.
San Francisco-based artist Diego Gómez has created quite an impressive set with this mashup that presents Disney Princesses as X-Men. I guess we should wait for a reverse mashup as well, with X-Men as Disney Princesses. Wolverine as Belle would make quite a great movie; The Beast and The Beast. On second thought, The Beast would probably work better than Wolverine.
Ladies, it’s winter and that means you’ll probably want a shrug. Actually, buy one even if you don’t really need it, because these dragon scale shrugs are pretty much awesome! Sure you could buy more of that usual stuff you have in your wardrobe, but can it beat Dragon Scale? No, it can’t.
The Japanese trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has footage not included in the US trailer, and it’s in English. So spend a couple of minutes, and enjoy this trailer.
Apparently, there’s more to do while pooping, other than playing games on the phone or reading a magazine/newspaper. Well, this book has 52 activities that you could use to kill time as you poop. Book author Hugh Jassburn has also put together a few facts and bits and information, so you could increase your knowledge about poop while you poop. The book is available on Amazon for $9.89.
Here’s Wally the Welsh Corgi cosplaying as the 13 incarnations of the Doctor. I’m pretty sure he’d make a stunning Time Lord; fight off the Daleks, save the universe, sniff other dogs – you know, sh*t like that. If you want to see more Wally, you can follow him on Instagram.
The Renaissance masters have inspired people for centuries, so it’s only natural that artists and creatives would want to build on the work of the masters – or pay homage. Photographer Freddy Fabris wanted to pay homage to the great Renaissance masters, which was a tough job considering the challenges of translating the paintings through photography.
London-based photographer Rich McCor has a penchant for transforming some of the most photographed locations around the world – and he does that with small paper cutouts. The photographer makes use of small paper cutouts and a play on perspective to reinterpret some of the best known locations.
These images may look quite like vector art and illustrations, but take a closer look and you’ll find these are very creatively crafted photographs. These highly stylized images are shots from the Junya Watanabe’s Fall 2015, captured and edited by Erik Madigan Heck.