Photo editors rarely add pounds to women - except when the chest area is concerned. Well, Spanish artist David Lopera added a lot of curves to celebrities, ostensibly to promote positive body image.
Photographer and photoshopper Erik Johansson's work looks like beautiful, normal pictures at first, but once the optical illusions he draws are done with you, you'll be screaming, 'My eyes! My beautiful eyes!'
Before Adobe's ubiquitous Photoshop program existed, people had no recourse but to look ugly, and “shopping” meant buying stuff. When it launched 25 years ago, it revolutionized the way we work with images.
NEEERDS! What will they do next?! How about making some programming language-based puns? Seijo George, a Melbourne-based web designer, created some clever puns and illustrations based on some he had seen created with the CSS language.
The Euro! Love it or hate it, but many newer European Union members dream about it. Barbara Bernat made her dream come true by designing a concept for Hungarian euros!
Valentine‘s day! Why not celebrate with some Internet-brand contempt for ‘squares’ and socially acceptable behavior? Here are some crazy cards for the more... interesting couples out there!
The latest Canadian passport design, which was released in 2013, features amazing images that glow under UV light. The images are only vaguely visible in a daylight, but once you turn on a UV light, the beautiful sparkling images on the passport glow with energy.
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.”
Zomato, a website dedicated to foodies around the world, created a series of quite insightful infographics stressing binary differences in human behavior to promote their new app. In their “Two Kinds of People Project,” the company focuses on the radical differences in food choices, escalating with the never-ending conflict between Coca-Cola and Pepsi fans or...
Berlin, Geneva and Vancouver-based artist Cyril Vouilloz, aka RYLSEE, creates amusingly interactive 3D typography. With these amusing letters, the artist makes it seem as though you could pull, bend, squeeze and otherwise interact with them in any way you wish.
The way we say “I love you” changes as our relationships develop, but one thing is certain – humor often helps! Most of these love cards are best applicable for couples in long-term relationships, when love is felt and conveyed through little joyful every-day details.