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14 Ways You Can Turn Your Bathroom Into Wonderland

This compilation of brilliant bathroom designs and decoration ideas will prove that there are plenty of ways to make your bathroom a place you will not want to leave.

Guy Creates Playful Illustrations With His Lovely Bull Terrier

Rafael Mantesso, a Brazilian food editor, creates playful illustrations around the everyday activities of his lovely bull terrier Jimmy Choo, who has been the driving force behind their climb to Instagram stardom. Instagram is clearly a great place for pets to start their Internet star careers.

22 Brilliant Ways To Reinvent The Stairs

Many creative interior designers and architects would leap at the opportunity to reinvent and reinterpret the artery of every multi-storied home – the stairs. Here are 21 examples of how such a mundane part of your home can become a work of art and a defining part of your home's...

Underwater Puppies: New Photo Series By Seth Casteel

New York- and LA-based photographer Seth Casteel is back with a sequel capturing the first moments of little puppies diving into the water for the first time. Casteel brilliantly captures the struggles, fears, and joys of puppies that are learning to swim. You can see them all in his up-coming...

25 Creative And Unusual Lamp Designs That Will Cast Your Room In A New Light

Lighting is often the most important part of a room. It shapes the room's atmosphere and mood, and even influences your energy, productivity and creativity. Lamps and chandeliers with creative designs can become the core of a room, adding the perfect final touch to your interior.

Photographer Finds Real-Life Locations Of Our Beloved Movie Scenes

Canadian photographer and film geek Christopher Moloney hunts down the real-life locations of iconic movie scenes in his on-going “FILMography” project.

1950s Hong Kong Street Life Captured By Fan Ho

The mysterious and experimental black and white photography of 83-year-old photographer Fan Ho gives us a unique chance to see the long-lost cityscapes of Hong Kong in the 1950s, putting its vast cultural, social and economic changes into perspective.

These Gorgeous Scarves Will Make You Look Like A Bird With Its Wings Spread Wide Open

Roza, the Melbourne-based creator behind the stylish “Shovava” Etsy shop, has created an original and inspiring collection of handmade scarves depicting birds with their wings spread wide.

Old Romanian Glass-Plate Photos Revitalized With Color And Digital Magic

The re-discovery of over 5,000 glass plate negatives by Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte in 2013 was a sensation. Now, Australia-based photographer Jane Long has created original artworks based on Acsinte's newly-discovered black and white photos, giving them color and a sense of magic with digital manipulation.

Creepy Monsters Drawn On Sticky Notes By John Kenn Mortensen

Danish artist John Kenn Mortensen (also known as Don Kenn) writes and directs television shows for kids, but during his free time he pays tribute to the darker, spookier side of childhood filled with monsters and ghosts.

Artist Uses Surgical Tools To Carve Books Into Stunning Works Of Art

New York-based Artist Brian Dettmer creates impressively intricate multi-layered sculptures from books. The artist calls himself the Book Surgeon because he uses knives, tweezers, and surgical tools to carve the art works out of old medical journals, illustration books, dictionaries, map books and encyclopedias.

The Best Household Object Designs To Leave Users Completely Frustrated

Athens-based architect and 3D modeller Katerina Kamprani created a series of the most unusable possible everyday objects, appropriately titled “The Uncomfortable.” At first glance, it seems that there might be some way to make use of these common things, but however you look at them, they remain completely useless, even...
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21 New Colorized Historic Photos

Old black and white photographs, with their mysterious historical contexts, engage our fascination and curiosity far more than a black and white photo without history ever could. And thanks to modern technologies and passionate people, we can travel back in time and see how these historical photos might have actually looked in color.

Underwater Puppies: New Photo Series By Seth Casteel

New York- and LA-based photographer Seth Casteel is back with a sequel capturing the first moments of little puppies diving into the water for the first time. Casteel brilliantly captures the struggles, fears, and joys of puppies that are learning to swim. You can see them all in his up-coming photo book “Underwater Puppies.”

Modern House In Tehran Has Rooms That Rotate 90° With The Push Of A Button

The remarkable 4-story Sharifi-ha House in Tehran has a built-in system allowing each of its rooms to rotate up to 90 degrees. Architectural studio Next Office completed this groundbreaking design in 2013. It lets the windows face outwards or inwards according to resident‘s mood or need for privacy, or the weather conditions.

Even A Pile Of Logs Can Be Turned Into Art

Some artists enjoy creating delightful artistic compositions of mundane log piles. Even those living in the city and having little to do with log piling can appreciate the beauty of these artistic compositions and their inevitable temporality. Here are a few of the best examples of log piling art.

Amusingly Disturbing B&W GIFs Made From Historic Photographs

NYC-based art director and designer Kevin Weir has released a series of ghostly GIFs based on historic black and white photographs depicting war scenes and portraits. The slow-paced GIFs catch us with disturbing surprises, scaring us but also giving us a dark sort of satisfaction.

Russian Artist Creates Colorful Illustrations Out Of Colored Paper

Moscow-born artist Yulia Brodskaya creates stunningly intricate typography and illustrations out of colored paper. Using only paper and glue, she cuts, quills and uses other paper art techniques to make extraordinary pieces of art, many of which depict elderly people’s portraits with beautiful colors and swirls.

Six Industrial Silos Turned Into Cartoonish Giants By Os Gemeos

Six massive industrial silos on the Granville Island in Vancouver, Canada, have been wonderfully transformed into six vividly colored giants by Brazilian graffiti artist duo Os Gemeos. Octavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, the twin brothers behind Os Gemeos, dedicated roughly a month of their time to create this astonishing piece as part of the Vancouver Biennale....

These Galaxy Beddings Will Bring You Closer To The Stars

The glut of galaxy-related products on the market makes it easier for fans of psychedelia and the cosmos to bring themselves closer to worlds and stars unknown. These breathtaking Galaxy beddings by Jail Betray are must-haves for every astronaut wanna-be out there.

Dad Makes Colorful Animal Pancakes For His Kid

Pancakes have become a new delicious art form. In the hands of a talented person, even pancake batter can become a perfect media for drawing. One redditor's post has shown us some vivid animal pancakes that a dad makes out of colored batter for his son.

Mother Turns Her 2-Year-Old’s Scribbles Into Watercolours

Canada-based artist Ruth Oosterman creates expressive and highly imaginative paintings in collaboration with her 2-year old daughter Eve. The artist lets her child draw sketches independently with an ink pen first and then works from there on her own, mostly using watercolours – probably the most handy media to express the child‘s raw imagination.

Artist Draws Fun Letters That You Can Squeeze, Pull, And Bend

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.

IKEA Instructions: How To Make Your Very Own Movie Monsters

Everyone knows how simple IKEA’s instructions are, or at least how simple they look - a missing step (or screw) can confound the whole process. Illustrator and cartoonist Ed Harrington plays on this with his funny collection of illustrations depicting instructions to make your very own movie monsters drawn with typical IKEA-style minimalistic clarity.