Two UC Berkeley alumni came up with unique headphones that fuse style, functionality, and sociability together in one product – shining Cat Ear Headphones.
New Zealand-raised and Australia-based artist Ben Young (whom we wrote about earlier this year) has created a new series of pieces that perfectly capture the tranquility, suspense, and loneliness that can be experienced in the middle of the ocean.
“Old Faithful“ is an ongoing photo project by Toronto-based photographer Pete Thorne in which he takes beautiful and dignified portraits of old dogs. The series already has over 50 elderly dogs, and people around the world have been sending requests for him to take portraits of their dogs as well.
Széchenyi Square in Budapest, Hungary, has a new unfriendly-looking feature – an impressive sculpture of a giant man that looks like he's climbing right out of hell. This outdoor polystyrene sculpture is called “Feltépve” (“Pop Up”) and was created by artist Ervin Loránth Hervé for the Art Market Budapest contemporary art fair that was held...
Seoul-based tattoo artist Seoeon is the the perfect artist if you’re comfortable with getting a small and cute tattoo that adds a tasteful and modest touch of ink to your overall image.
“Most people used to use cigarettes as a social prop." writes photographer Babycakes Romero. "Admittedly, they’re bad for your health, but at least they didn’t turn people into ‘plugged in’ bores."
If you‘re attending a Halloween party this year but don‘t feel like dressing up too much, a powerful mask might be just what you need. U.K.-based designer Steve Wintercroft has you covered on that with his freaky 3D geometric paper masks, which can be blank, colorful, humanoid or bestial in appearance.
Jon Neill, a famous sculptor and a member of the Laguna College of Art and Design's Sculpture faculty, professionally creates jaw-dropping pumpkin carvings that will spook even the bravest trick-or-treaters.
LEGO enthusiast Bangooh creates awesome LEGO ships inside tiny bottles that he shares with fans on his Flickr account.
This massive cement sculpture, called “Ocean Atlas,“ is the newest work of famous English-Guyanese underwater photographer and sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. The sculpture was installed on the coastline of New Providence in the Bahamas earlier this month.
Maternity photography is a beautiful way to capture this unique period of time in parents’ lives, and the variety of tools and ways to approach it seems endless. Adam Opris, a wedding and lifestyle photographer by day and underwater photographer by night, captures mommies-to-be underwater, creating divine and beautifully symbolic scenery.