The Week End Selection n°190 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… If you need some more, you will find all the previous Week end Selections here.
A selection of the latest surreal creations of the artist Matthew Grabelsky, who likes to represent anthropomorphic animals comfortably reading magazines on the subway.
Here are 50 Nerds of Grey, a geeky and really hilarious version of the famous book 50 Shades of Grey!
The water jet cutting, which involves using a jet of water under very high pressure, can cut almost anything, even the most resistant metal.
If the famous superheroes were dragons, a nice series of illustrations designed by Lynton Levengood, who is having fun transforming Hulk, Wolverine, Iron Man and others into terrifying flying reptiles straight out of a heroic fantasy universe.
In the 90s, the photographer Adrienne Salinger has documented the bedrooms of American teenagers, asking teens to pose surrounded by their personal possessions.
Here are the Pop Culture Cookies by ButterWinks, a mother-daughter duo who likes to create adorable cookies inspired by the cult universes of pop culture, from Zelda to Batman through Futurama, Pokemon or The Avengers.
Anorexic Celebrities is a series of photographs that pushes to the extreme the usual retouching of fashion photographs, revealing some powerful and shocking images of stars and famous actresses affected by anorexia.
After installing secret rooms in the streets of Milan, the street artist Biancoshock now returns with his WEB 0.0 – Internet In Real Life project, for which he transformed the famous social networks into urban furniture, from WhatsApp to Facebook through Twitter, Gmail, eBay or WeTransfert.
Here is Disintegrating – Exploded Cars, the new project by photographer Fabian Oefner, who we had already talked about with his colorful experiments Liquid Jewel and Ferrofluides.
The strange sculptures of American artist Dan Lam, who mixes polyurethane foam, acrylic paint and epoxy resin to create organic and colorful shapes, sometimes dripping, which seem to come from another world.
With his Small Steps Are Giant Leaps project, the photographer Aaron Sheldon decided to stage his 4 year old son dressed as an astronaut, exploring our daily lives.
After transforming the spaceships from Star Wars into monsters, today the illustrator Jake Parker is having fun transforming the cult and iconic characters from pop culture into adorable robots, from Pikachu to Mario through Spiderman, the Disney characters or even the Instagram logo.
The French artist and illustrator Nairone, a specialist of hand lettering, typography and dotwork, has unveiled a new collaboration with Eristoff, to create the four bottles of the Chill Out Edition.
A nice set of vintage photographs that reveals what Russia looked like before 1915. These images from the past are from the Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii Collection, which includes photographs taken by the scientist and photographer Prokudin-Gorskii, between 1905 and 1915.
Here is the Table Tennis Trainer, an interactive ping-pong table that uses tracking and projection mapping to display your performances or the trajectory of the ball, but also that can completely transform the game by adding new visual rules.
To achieve her tattoos, the Ukrainian artist Rita Zolotukhina, aka Rit.Kit uses real tree leaves as the starting point for her creations.
For his project entitled The Beauty is Inside, the American photographer Marc Lamey is featuring real colorful insects out of the mouth of his models, combining macro photography and fashion photography in striking compositions.
Are you really able to do two things at once? Apparently not, since a study showed that over 98% of people are not multitasking.
From Leonardo DiCaprio to Johnny Depp through Tom Hanks or Arnold Schwarzenegger, these 10 animated GIFs pay tribute to the careers and cult roles of famous actors!