Fictional businesses in the Pixar universe might not explicitly need advertisements, but there is no denying those businesses would do better with advertising. Artist Mario Graciotti paid homage to these businesses and gave them the advertisements they would have always wanted.
Inspired by classic retro pin-ups, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz mixed the traditional style with modern high-speed photography to create Milky PinUps. These modern shots imitate the look and feel of the classics, with the difference that the models are “wearing” milk rather than clothes. For those interested in the process, Wieczorkiewicz is offering workshops later this year in Switzerland and Australia. The pinups calender will be available in November this year.
Students in Japan make excellent use of their classroom chalkboards, creating these impressive drawings and illustrations that make great use of the abundant negative space. Apparently, these chalkboards are placed at the back of the classrooms, so it is likely the teachers don’t really mind students using that area to draw these awesome things. Themes usually revolve around anime and manga characters, though they do occasionally go beyond that.
Apparently, if you think deeply enough and look for characteristics, you will find that Game of Thrones characters and gaming consoles have a whole lot in common. Pairings by Gold_Skulltulla show just how close Game of Thrones is to the world of gaming consoles.
Stock Logos imagines what famous corporate logos would be like, had the said companies fostered under a communist regime. They do make it clear that the logos are an attempt at humor, rather than the place of these corporations or the system under a communist government.
Designer Fabien Gerlier is much fascinated by sintered bronze, a material primarily put to work in industry for filtration due to its porous nature. Metal granules fused together apparently make an excellent industrial filter. Fabien decided to bring the material out of its industrial home into an aesthetically better suited area, hence the Table Flame.
Artist Matthew Albanese is the god of the miniature worlds that are created by him, destroyed by him, and photographed by him. The New Jersey based artist uses several materials like feathers, sugar, chocolate, cotton, wire, and several others to create these stunningly photorealistic miniature worlds that rival reality.
These gifs present a quick take on aging with the help of before and after photographs. They start with a photograph of old people, slowly superimposed with another image of when they were young. It’s quite a striking set, especially as the image of their younger self slowly moves on to take place the image of the photographed of the aged person.
These fantastic views of what appears to be a wonderland have been captured by European Space Agency (ESA). Coming across as some very stunning views, these images present a satellites-eye-view of our planet.