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.
These humorous plaques were put by unknown people on the benches of Cheshire West and Chester City as a mark of protest to the proposed Public Space Protection Order. While the city views the plan as a way to combat ‘antisocial’ behavior in the local area, the protestors hold the view that PSPO could ‘target the homeless and socially vulnerable’.
Surfing is awesome. Surfing with a dirt bike? That ought to get you at least 10x more points. It’s okay to shake the tree once in a while, and it’s even better when you’re great at it. Motocross athlete Robbie Maddison made quite the waves in the summer this year as the dude set off to fulfill a three-year long Pipe Dream.
Children, take tips from artist Christine H McConnell to get that perfectly spooky house decoration for this Halloween. The talented artist and photographer set the installation up for her parents’ home.
If you think this isn’t awesome, you need to take some time, reflect on your choices and then declare this Samurai’s skills to be awesome. Mostly because any other answer would be wrong. The guy you see is master swordsman Isao Machii, who gets a fastball headed his way at 100mph. In a split second, that fast ball is two bowls.
Well you don’t know romance until you roll with it. You’d call these pillowcases amusing, but let’s be clear, they speak God’s honest truth. Well darling, I Like You and Naps – and at this point, I’m like 30 percent sure I like you better than naps. Okay, 20%.
The pillowcases are available on Amazon for $45.
Take a look at these lovely drawings by Christo Dagorov. The artist’s pencil drawings present an unusual form of texture for the lips.
Environmental charity Hubbub is running a campaign in collaboration with Commonworks to get litter off the streets of London. Their campaign has gone viral, especially the image of the cigarette voting ashtray you see at the top of this post. The creative ashtray asks people to Vote with their Butt – the cigarette butt that is, and has garnered a hell lot of attention (and votes).
The terrible crime that domestic violence is, it often leaves scars on the body of the victim – and it stays on as a mark of the abuse, a reminder of terrible times. However, it’s not just scars that are permanent, as Brazilian artist Flavia Carvalho has proven with her project called “A Pele da Flor” (The Skin of the Flower).