One night, Chris Newsome noticed a toad chilling on his porch. And then he saw the little visitor show up everyday. Not one to ignore his guest, Newsome decided to do “something special” for the toad. So, he cut up some foam paper to make a hat for the little guy.
Creations of EgliDesign studio bring to the mind pictures of a wonderland – a world of fantasy and magic. The furniture however, is very much grounded in reality; its unique form guided by perspective and imagination of Lithuanian artist/designer Eglė Mie, the founder of the studio.
This series of illustrations is the work of Dutch freelance artist Coen Pohl. The illustrations talk about a “typical night out in Seoul” and present them as rather lively set. Check them out (the captions are the artist’s comments from his Behance page).
Potholes are, and will continue to be terrible. But thanks to artist Jim Bachor, potholes do look better. Well, there’s your silver lining! The artist has been filling Chicago’s potholes with these works of art for about two years now. He fills the potholes with concrete and tops it up with a homemade mosaic.
Here’s the OK World Wide crew making some sick moves by combining breakdancing with smoke grenades. And it really is a cool look.
I have been assured by several people that the words on the “I drink until I Pass Out” onesie are absolutely true for the tiny human wearing them. Costs $15.
I’ve always found it interesting how the simple clock can be marvelously complex. Even for a generic timepiece, a whole lot of skill goes into fitting those cogs and gears just right. At its face, Story is quite simple and minimalist, consisting simply of a wooden base and a metallic sphere. But getting the sphere to levitate on the face of the clock is where the magic happens.
Missed Connections on Craigslist are quite the thing. Sometimes they work wonders, often they give readers a great story, and a lot of times they are destined to remain missed. One thing they’re almost always good at, is being interesting. Illustrator Lucia Soto saw the missed connections, and created a visual record of them in the form of illustrations.
Romance has fueled literature for centuries, and several characters have become quite the examples for love – and inspiration to countless people. What these characters from the classics lacked was texting. I mean, who in the modern world has loved and not communicated via texts? These images take a humorous look at these beloved characters and imagine what they would have texted. Check them out.