Illustrator Kate Pullen made these typographic posters for school related issues, and for representation of a school’s student association. The posters put the slogans she received from a representative of the association into a very bold, typographic style that is expected to catch the attention of students.
Disney Princesses have been re-imagined, redrawn in fan art a hell lot of times, and after a somewhat slow period in these renderings, we have recently seen quite a wave of the reinterpretations. Not that we have any reason to complain, these are usually very well done. This time around, DeviantArt user Sadyna has imagined Disney princesses in medieval warrior attire. The armor clad princesses, we presume will be the best of friends with their warrior siblings.
It is difficult to decide where the mirrored Lazyglasses stand on a scale of sanity, but let’s just all agree to assume they are helpful. Mainly, because it satisfies the inner lazy. Watching TV while sitting is good, watching it while lying down comfortably is so much better, especially when there’s the luxury of not having to strain the eyes or neck to get a good look at the TV. Also, they’re better than Google Glass; believe me, I’m an expert. Costs $15.99.
We’re all prone to seeing really weird shit in our dreams. Most of us just shrug it off, but bor those with a creative bent of mind, this can be an opportunity. One of such people would be artist Tomas Schneider who keeps a tab on the weirdness of his dreams, then converts what he sees into the sculptures we see here. The panda is a “self-sculpture as a panda” who we think is better described as an alien robot, and going by the other images and sculptures, it would also be fair to assume that the artist has really adventurous, or really f*cked up dreams, depending on your point of view.
These miniature crime scene models were created in the 1940s by Chicago based criminologist Frances Glessner Lee. Developed for training, the models show a high level of detail and were crafted after real crime scenes. The detail in the models includes shades that can be lifted, tiny pencils that write, and even “mice that live in the walls.”
If its name wasn’t suggestive enough, allow us to say that the Titan Beetle is one huge Nope inducing insect. Found in the Amazon, an adult beetle can live to be 6.5 inches long, have sharp enough jaws to snap wooden pencils, and very strong legs with claws that can rip through flesh.
Artist John Knuth made use of houseflies and their disgusting traits and habits to create a series of paintings that don’t look quite as bad as we’d expect housefly art to be. Since this is about houseflies making art, a little description of how it works might be in order. So brace yourselves, put a grimace on your face, and be prepared to say ewww a few times.
It is apparent that while women get contraptions to hide and sneak booze, men remain quite under-serviced in that area. Gentlemen, there is an apparent choice now, and though it isn’t nearly as good as the WineRack, it is one that might work. And let’s face it, men shouldn’t really be wearing a winerack. Sneaky shorts have two slim pouches that hide underneath your underpants, and filled with the liquid of your choice.
Pockets of people and tribes uncontacted by modern civilization exist in several places in the Amazon and other parts of the world. Sadly, they are often the targets of illegal loggers and apathetic governments who simply dismiss these people as “non-existant”. Several people and organizations are involved in efforts to make their existence better known globally so their lives can be protected.