There are a few things humanity has been consistent in throughout its history. Ingesting alcohol is probably one of the few fun things we’ve been doing ever since the time of our ancestors. Perhaps as a testament to that fact, Japanese archaeologists in Egypt have discovered the tomb of a dude who apparently was maker of beer for gods of the dead.
Stock photography is barely an indicator to anything, least of all, of photography. Yet, thoughts need to be represented, and images made available. So here is what you see when searching through stock photography with terms like empowered female, girl power, and feminist. Step one: Get a suit.
Checkout these ‘realistic’ renderings of various characters from Naruto. The illustrations include several characters from the Naruto anime and manga, including the fabled Yamato dude who nobody has seen. They say he has been stuck in a tree for almost three years now. The renderings are the work of artist Olggah.
Say hello to Little Maddie, a mashup of My Little Pony and Cthulhu. Created by Bigshot Toyworks, the Cthulhoid is first in line from a series of toys and animation shorts for the new toy line Friendship is Maddness.
Living in a fairytale and embarking upon adventures is easy when you have access to the flying carpet. Made by Duffy London, the flying carpet is a coffee table made out of mild steel, with a brilliantly designed base that mimics the shadow of the carpet.
Looking at this picture with a sense of humor, you can find it absolutely hilarious. Russian Deputy Prime Minister and permanent representative of Russia to NATO Dmitry Rogozin tweeted this picture as a new year card for NATO. In the picture, Santa is standing with army men and a giant Intercontinental Ballistic missile. The tweet reads “We wish our friends from NATO a Happy New Year.” Might not be a very diplomatic thing to do, but darn its hilarious.
Once upon a time, Formula 1 cars used to have a paintjob that matched the flags of their countries. The game has since changed, and the cars have been plastered with advertisements instead. Well, the current advertisement plastered cars are no rarity for us, but there’s always a nostalgia in looking back at the past. Camille de Bastiani has created a set of images that show the Formula 1 cars of 2013 dressed in the liveries of various years ranging from the 1960s to mid 2000s.
A survey commissioned by cosmetics and body care retailer Escentual.com has come to the conclusion that the face of the “perfect woman” is likely to look like one of the two weirdos you see here. While the demography of the survey isn’t quite clear, the process employed included asking people to pick their favorite facial features of celebrities.