A selection of mesmerizing optical illusions created by Japanese Akiyoshi Kitaoka, professor of Psychology at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, who imagined strange and psychedelic mixes of shapes and colors designed to produce the illusion of movement in our brain… Beware of the headache!
The creations of the artist Murray Kendal, who transforms everyday objects, pocket mirrors, purses or shoes, into adorable miniature scenes full of life… Some beautiful creations in line with the series “Sekai – Miniature worlds on the backs of animals“.
The street art creations by Polish artist NeSpoon, who covers the walls and street furniture of the city of Warsaw with some beautiful giant stencils inspired by traditional lace… Images © NeSpoon
“Gotham’s Villains“, an infography containing all the villains from the Batman universe in a single poster.
“Alimentation Générale“, a nice set of the French photographer Marie Hamel, who documents without artifice the late night grocery stores in Paris.
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After the visual effects from season 4, now here are the bloopers of the season 4 of Game of Thrones!
The American restaurant “Not a Burger Stand“, in Los Angeles, is offering discounts to customers who order in the voices of characters from famous movies or cartoons… Of course, the character to mimic changes every day, and you can even get additional discounts with daily challenges.
After the Batman swimsuit with its cape, here is the Snow White swimsuit to play the princess on the beaches… This “Snow White Puff Sleeve Suit” is a very kitsch swimsuit equipped with a removable skirt, from the new “Princesses and Villains” collection by Black Milk.
“The Simpsons Guy - Simpsons VS. Family Guy“, A special crossover episode between the two cult series The Simpsons and Family Guy to be released in September in the United States!
“FRAMED 2.0“, an excellent concept created by designers Yugo Nakamura and William Lai, to bring digital art into our homes and everyday life.
For those who do not have a green thumb, here are the “Paper Plants“, a lovely collection of paper plants to decorate your home, imagined by designers from Art We Heart.
A creative dad invented “Bunch O Balloons“, an amazing gadget that lets you fill 100 water balloons in less than a minute!
A rotating circle of dots? Well, each point is moving on a single straight line…
As a summer storm after a hot day, here is the Week End Selection n°98! As every weekend, here is a new selection of WTF, cosplay, retro, advertising, illustrations, pictures, pin-ups and so on, without context or explanation, gleaned from the endless meanders of the Internet… You can find all previous Week end Selections here.
The creations by American artist Wayne White, a native of Tennessee, who incrusts modern and colorful lettering into old and vintage paintings, playing with a lot of talent with light and perspectives.
“CONTROLLERS“, a series designed by the Spanish designer Javier Laspiur, who documents his life of gamer through all the controllers he owned, from the TeleTennis in 1983 to the PSVita in 2013 through the NES, the Saturn, the Playstation or the XBox.
When the artist Vik Muniz recreates the masterpieces of classical painting with collages made from thousands of small pieces of paper, torn from magazines, newspapers or even comics.
Like in the middle of a bad dream, the American photographer Christopher McKenney, based in Pennsylvania, invites us into a dark and scary world with a series of strange and surreal photographs… Images © Christopher McKenney / via
With his series “Used Sci-Fi“, from 2012, the Australian photographer Brendan Fitzpatrick has assembled a nice collection of mobile phones and remote controls, which seem from another age to us, like modern ruins, when they were brand new and futuristic only a few years ago… A nice way to put things in perspective. We already talked about Brendan Fitzpatrick with his series “Invisible Light – Passer le monde aux rayons X“.