Enal, a six year old living in the Indonesian fishing community Bajau Laut is seen in this photograph. Riding a shark. The kid swims with sharks in a penned off area underneath his home that rests on stilts. The photograph was captured by James Morgan in Wangi, Indonesia. Which makes me think, what did I do today?
For those still grappling with whatever happened in Inception, time to put on your OS X thinking cap and let this video explain it all for you in 1 minute using the OS X Finder.
…there’s no danger music. The words of wisdom might as well have come from a Zen master. The card’s priced at $4.95.
Connecticut company Herobuilders has come up with an Obama action figure that portrays him as a real badass. The Rambama action figure has Obama dressed as a Navy SEAL, and we even hear some echoes of the Rambo name in there. The action figure is priced at $35.
Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld put his creativity to good use, pouring a whole 10 tons of Belgian chocolate into creating a model hotel room. Just for effect, the Chanel designer even threw in a chocolate man eating chocolate ice cream. The designer created this room as part of his deal with Magnum icecream.
Countless movies, toons, novels and whatnot harp on the tune of how humans need to be one with nature. Artist Cecelia Webber does exactly that in these photographs. The neuroscience graduate from USC presents naked bodies as flowers, petals and sometimes, insects and animals in these colorful and catchy images.
Electric boxes are everywhere. Drab, uninspiring and totally “lifeless” utilities that show up in random spaces in urban settings. Street artist Evol has given a new style to many of these boxes, giving them the appearance of mini skyscrapers and apartment complexes. Hell, some of these apartment complexes even have graffiti to go along for a realistic look.
In its wisdom, BuzzFeed decided to take a closer look at the hipster states of America, using “hipster” search volumes to finally reach a result that says “A hipster is just a Brooklynite who wishes they were from Minnesota because it’s “more real,” while genuine Minnesotans are exempt from the label.”
A conceptual project from artist Diddo Velema, these gas masks have their run with some of the best known fashion brands. So, what are Gucci and Louis Vuitton branded gas masks any good for? We’ll let the words of the artist say that: