Children are probably the most active and excited Halloween enthusiasts, so we decided to share 28 of the creepiest, funniest, weirdest, and prettiest children’s Halloween costume ideas for this year’s fiesta of horror and fun!
“Leaf Beast” is a minimalistic and cute sculpture series by Japanese artist Baku Maeda. He takes Magnolia leaves and makes subtle cuts, this way making them look like unusually-looking critters. Sometimes simplicity is the key!
Instructables user Hellovillain shows you how to give your comfy but boring-looking blank sweater a second life by turning its front into an interactive smiling cat face.
Tonight is Halloween – the best occasion to bring all your inner demons out and show it to the public, fulfilling your wish to become someone else entirely. This list shows 25 of the creepiest, scariest, and most disturbing Halloween makeup examples for the most horrific night of the year.
British photographer Max Ellis suspended tiny carved pumpkins with delicious bait inside of them to attract squirrels and make them stick their heads inside his suspended Jack-O‘-Lanterns for a clever photoshoot.
The annual Young Wildlife Photographer’s grand prize for 2014 went to 9-year-old Carlos Perez Naval from Spain for his beautiful photo of a scorpion.
Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall reimagines famous actors, musicians, comics, artists, and other celebrities as they might look with tattoos covering their bodies and faces.
Canada-born and Colorado-based artist and photographer Michael Grab is a master of stone balancing. Perhaps magician's a better word for it, actually, as it's difficult to comprehend how he could have created his graceful works of balance art.
Illustrator Anastasia Borko and Anna Vital, the co-founder of Funders and Founders, came together to document the unusual success stories of people who were late bloomers in the things that they became famous for. They created an inspiring infographic titled “Too Late To Learn? Late Bloomers Who Succeeded Despite Their Age.”
Canada-based artist Steven Spazuk is widely acknowledged as a major innovator in an already unique art form - drawing with soot.
The winners of the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2014 Awards held by the London Natural History Museum have been announced, showcasing the best shots of animals and nature from around the world. Don't miss out on their back stories!
A new era of passenger airplanes travel seems to be on its way, as UK-based tech innovation company Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has unveiled a new concept for planes whose windows have been replaced with display screens stretched out throughout the entire fuselage.