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Kids Let Their Father Color In Their Drawings

When redditor Tatsputin goes on his monthly 3-hour business flights, his two children give him their drawings to color in. The results combine the unrestrained creativity of a child with the beautiful illustration of an artistically talented adult.

Floating Hotel Room With Underwater Bedroom At Pemba Island In Zanzibar

Mikael Genberg, creator of the famous floating Utter Inn (Otter Inn) in Sweden, has created another amazing floating hotel room. The Pemba Island floating hotel room, part of the Manta Resort in Zanzibar, is a floating hotel room with an underwater bedroom and a unique view. For $1,500 (couples) or $900 (single) a night, visitors...

Striking Transformation From Homeless Veteran to Potential Business Man

Just in time for Veterans' Day in the U.S., homeless veteran Jim Wolf has received a complete makeover and sharp suit courtesy of Degage Ministries and Design 1 Salon & Spa. The change was only aesthetic, but it has prompted Wolf to seek out housing and enter the alcoholic Anonymous program, so his supporters hope...

Winners From The 2013 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards

The 2013 "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" competition came to an end just last week, revealing its winners and their prize-winning photographs. Check out some of our favorites from this year's competition, including the overall winner - South African photographer Greg du Toit's "Essence of Elephants."

20 Best Entries From 2013 National Beard And Moustache Championships

The 2013 U.S. National Beard and Moustache Championships, held on September 7th in New Orleans, featured bombastic beard and mighty moustaches that blurred the boundary between style and art. The competition features a variety of categories, each with their own sub-categories – Fu Manchu moustaches, Verdi beards, etc.

Shocking Images of Child Labor In 1900s USA Documented by Lewis Hine

If your kids ever complain about being asked to sweep up or make their bed, show them this article. Child labor laws in the 1900s in the U.S. were such that many children worked in mines, factories and other industries to help their families get by.

Young Girl Turns Into Grandmother in a Timelapse-like Animation by Anthony Cerniello

A U.S.-based filmmaker has taken a cutting-edge approach to the time-lapse aging video by creating an aging composite family portrait.

Newly Discovered World’s Largest Cave is Open to Visitors

Son Doong Cave, which was just recently recognized as the largest cave in the world, is finally open to guided tours. As strange as it sounds,  no one knew it was the largest until British explorers first explored its depths in 2009. The Vietnamese cave was discovered by local man Ho Khanh in 1991, but...

Grumpy Cat Starred In Disney Once And It Was Awful

American digital artist Eric Proctor (a.k.a Tsaoshin) merges two completely incompatible worlds together by placing the ever so hateful Grumpy Cat into classic Disney movie scenes.

Professional Artist Collaborates With Her 4-Year-Old Daughter

"Part of my brain would think, What is she DOING?!? She’s just scribbling it all up! But I should know that in most instances, kids’ imaginations way outweigh a grownup’s, and it always ALWAYS looked better that what I had imagined. ALWAYS”

Animals Dressed In Clothes That Fit Them Like a Second Skin

Madrid-based advertising and industrial photographer Miguel Vallinas presents a fashion photo series, titled Second Skin, where animals are digitally dressed in some super stylish outfits that fit them like a second skin.

Beautifully Fractured Street Art by Chinese-Born Artist DALeast

Chinese-born artist DALeast won't reveal his true name, but his 3D graffiti pieces speak of him on walls in several different continents. Currently based in South Africa, this 29-year-old street artist spends half a year traveling around the world, and has already drawn on walls in Miami, London, New York and other places.