Here is Computer Love, a series of photographs honoring the vintage computers and their unexpected beauty.
With Drone Wars, the Corridor Digital team is having fun paying tribute to the Star Wars saga with an epic video, created with Star Wars drones, onboard cameras and some special effects!
The New Zealand artist and tattoo artist Benjamin Lloyd has created a series of epic tattoos on children in order to bring some confidence and comfort to the sick children of the Starship Children’s Hospital in Auckland.
For this new moodboard, I propose you today a selection of stunning photographs between skylines, rooftops and aerial views, paying tribute to the urban landscapes around the world, with their lights and their atmospheres.
How to Twerk without having a big round ass, aka a bubble butt? Well, it’s easy thanks to the Nose Twerking!
For their latest couch gag, The Simpsons are having fun parodying the famous IKEA manuals! This opening entitled Build Your Own Couch Gag was created by director Michal Socha, who also directed the animated movie The Prophet.
A selection of the makeup and body paintings by Lara Wirth, aka ArmageddonPainted, a young self-taught artist, only 16 years old, who impresses by the quality of her creations!
With his project entitled The Coincidence Project, the British photographer Denis Cherim, based in London, is having fun capturing the small visual coincidences he meets in his daily life.
A group of engineers and innovative surgeons from São Paulo, called The Animal Avengers, just saved a wounded turtle with the world’s first 3D printed shell!
With Casual Party, the American band Band Of Horses just unveiled an amazing music video, with a party populated by bizarre and disturbing creatures!
Here’s what looked like the British criminal women in the 1900s! These vintage portraits are from a photo album of prisoners, brought before the police court of North Shields in the 1900s.
Simply entitled HOUND, this twisted short film invites you to discover the secret life of dogs through a series of very strange and surreal animations.
Here is the Week End Selection n°193! 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.
The Japanese Talapz is back with his LEGO Pop-up Castle, an impressive new creation for which he has reproduced the Himeji medieval castle as a giant pop-up book made entirely of LEGO!
Yesterday evening was the opening of the Marseille Street Art Show, the third edition of this event dedicated to urban art.
While augmented reality and virtual reality are currently exploding, here is Hyper Reality, a short film that examines the excesses of these new technologies, and presents a dark and oppressive future, unfortunately not so distant.
With his Couleurs Separées project, the Canadian photographer Carl-Antonyn Dufault, based in Montreal, is assembling together in the same photograph day and night, but also summer and winter, creating amazing and contrasting temporal windows.
Simply entitled Guns Replaced with Selfie Sticks, this new tumblr is having fun replacing weapons and guns from famous movies by selfie sticks.
With the CLUE Game of Thrones edition, you will find out who is the culprit among the characters of the cult series, from Daenerys Targaryen to Margaery Tyrell through Sansa Stark, Tyrion Lannister or Jon Snow!
Yesterday we talked about The Secret Order of the Slice project of American photographer Chris Gampat.