Is your cat a fluffy ball of love and purrs, or a sharp -clawed tyrant of the couch?
Do you want to be the talk of your steampunk party? How about trying out one of Kirstie ‘deeed’ Williams’ Octopus fascinators?
Not everyone gets to do frog dissection in school, and thank God for that. However, Emily Stoneking makes aKNITomy, adorable knitted animal dissections.
Everyone likes the smell after rain. And Seattle artist Peregrine Church has made Rainworks, a project that will make you love wet sidewalks.
Most of us have witnessed waves crash on the surf. But Ray Collins is really interested in the wave before and during the crash – and that‘s how we get pictures of wave looking like mountain peaks.
As evidenced by the internet, many people can‘t draw, but still try. John Bramblitt, however, only took up painting after he became blind 13 years ago.
Tights are a skirt's best friend. Of course, some tights are prettier than the others, and the ones you see here are a perfect fit for the lady who wants to be quirky and geeky.
Candles in old vine bottles are extremely romantic, though a little impractical. That‘s where Rechargeable Bottle Light comes into play.
Mongolia is best known for angry horsemen. But Hamid Sardar-Afkhami has chosen to document the lives of the peaceful, reindeer herding Dukha people.
Giving some color to beautiful illustrations is something entertaining that requires some concentration, and you can do it even being an adult!
We all have issues with the stresses of modern day life. So does Dicky the Duck, the star of Fowl Language Comics, drawn by Brian Gordon.