[63 pictures] The Week-End Selection n°253 is here! As every week, here is a selection of WTF, retro cosplay, vintage advertising, trashy illustrations, strange pictures, surreal photographs and so on, without context or explanation, gleaned from the endless meanders of the Internet.
A selection of the dripping and colorful sculptures by artist Joe Suzuki, based in Tokyo, who pays tribute to the iconic artists of Pop Culture, from Basquiat to Warhol through Keith Haring with his series entitled Happy Accident.
Here is AniBite, a collection of innovative hooks shaped like animal heads. Thanks to an ingenious mechanism to close or open their mouths automatically, these adorable animals will keep everything you give them, toothbrush, pen, glasses, keys, scissors and so on.
Have you ever wanted to visit the International Space Station, or ISS? It is now possible thanks to Google Street View, which unveils here its first place in space!
As they age, what happens to the rebels, the punks, the tattooed and the marginalized? For his project Rebels Without a Pause, the photographer Muir Vidler decided to photograph the most badass grandparents of Great Britain!
The periodic table of the elements is a table well known to chemists and physicists, which bring together all the known elements, but which remains very obscure for the uninitiated.
Here is the 3D printed Pokemon Chess Set, where each piece pays tribute to one of the famous Pokemon!
A selection of the latest street art creations by Millo! A few years ago, I talked about the Italian street artist Francesco Camillo Giorgino, aka Millo, who creates gigantic murals around the world, unveiling a poetic but falsely childish universe.
The French graphic designer Germain Barthélémy, aka Mainger, is having fun creating wine bottle labels for the cult places of pop culture, from Game of Thrones to The Shinning through The Godfather, Harry Potter or The Lord of the Rings.
In a galaxy not so far away, Tarantino characters meet Daft Punk. This is the start of A True Fashion Fiction.
With his White Bear project, Taiwanese photographer Sheng Wen Lo captures the sad life of polar bears in captivity, documenting the living conditions of these animals enclosed in artificial environments.
For the Rehab 2 festival, more than 100 street artists have been invited to paint the walls of the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris, creating an impressive immersive exhibition!
For this new episode of our moodbard series, zoom on the talented photographers of Stocksy United, the new partner of the Adobe Stock Premium collection.
Revolutionizing surfing with a very simple idea? Here is The Dock, an ingenious floating platform designed to allow surfers to jump into the waves while running!
With Harry Potter x Black Milk, the Australian brand unveils a new collection in tribute to the world of Harry Potter!
A selection of the beautiful tattoos of A-B M Tattoo, an American artist based in Portland, in the Tenderfoot studio with Pony Reinhardt.
Awaken is a documentary directed by Tom Lowe, exploring humanity’s relationship with technology and the natural world, with footage filmed in more than 30 countries.
Photographer Kelsey McClellan is having fun documenting the strange trees she discovers in the streets of San Francisco, trimmed with patience to get the most amazing shapes.
Watching how artificial intelligence learns to walk is really fascinating. But Andreas Almström found something missing from this video, and decided to improve it by adding voices and sound effects.
After replacing guitars with slugs, replacing brides’ bouquets with cats, or replacing weapons in movies with thumbs, here’s Cats with Tiny Faces, the new game that consists in giving tiny faces to cats, thanks to Photoshop.