Presumably not content with lipsticks being lipsticks, Singapore based artist May Sum converted them into artistic sculptures that show off various figures and celebrities. A good number of these sculptures come from a series entitled Woman Power. The artist’s work is not simply limited to celebrities though, and she accepts custom orders through her Etsy shop. Send her a photograph, and receive a lipstick sculpted to the figure in the image.
We’re not really sure how popular Instagram would be in the wizarding world, but we can be sure they would try to keep up. Here’s a set imagining if Harry Potter was on Instagram. Well, he’s just another dad on Instagram, and he’s also a celebrity. Though as it turns out, almost everyone on social media can be brought to within a few notches of reality, and Mr. Potter would most likely really be posting this stuff if he really were on Instagram.
Little boy Wengenn is likely unaware of words like adventure, but he has been on some very interesting journeys and adventures, as these image created by his mother Sioin Queenie Liao show. The sleeping infant with creatively placed props and bedding can be seen in various scenes and sceneries where he plays the part of the protagonist.
A hilarious commentary on life after marriage, the ‘Married Kamasutra’ is a non-erotic guide to life after marriage. It’s mostly the illustrations in an Indian style that do the trick, while the commentary on non-existent positions adds to the hilarity of the situations depicted. The book by Simon Rich and Farley Katz is available on Amazon.
It is absolutely fine if dudes model for motorcycles. Things go hilarious when they decide to copy females and their way of modeling with cars and motorcycles. Portland-based Ducati dealer MotoCorsa decided to do a conventional photoshoot with the Ducati 1199 Panigale that featured a female model. Then the dealer turned to hilarious creativity and did the same shoot employing men from the shop copying poses of the female.
Chess is one of the oldest board games in existence and has a good share of imagination. Something that touches up the imagination should be even more interesting, like the moving, animated pieces in the Harry Potter movie. Italian photographer Francesco Ridolfi stepped up on the imagination and gave Chess pieces the very human forms that each piece is supposed to represent.
Toddlers are inherently spooky. We don’t realize it because they usually mask the spooky in a covering of cute, but given the right setting, children have the talent to spook everyone out completely. Just take a look at this video. Well, to be honest it is also super adorable, and a perfect example of going from spooked to awww in about ten seconds. This rather impressive LED Stick Figure Halloween costume was created by photographer Royce Hutain for his 22 month old daughter Zoey.
Black Labyrinth Book II by Joe R. Lansdale is rooted in psychological horror that focuses on the conflict and tensions of the mind and the battle to overcome the horror within. To carry along the theme of horror, the book will feature surreal illustrations from artist Santiago Caruso, an artist who is masterful enough to bring the horror of the book alive with his illustrations.
In the world of the famous anime and manga Naruto, eyes play a big role. You can (usually) get a fair idea of the characters abilities and what hurricane of ass-kicking they are about to unleash by looking at their eyes. Created by TheDownfall, the list is missing Hyuuga representation, but does include Sakura. Oh, and before you head out to look at the images, be on your guard for spoilers if you happen to be an anime watcher.