A selection of the very subversive collages of NaroPinosa, who does not hesitate to mix sex, politics, ancient art, classic painting and pop culture to blast our references.
In recent times, the Internet has talked a lot about the Dadbod, the contraction of Dad Body, also known as the beer belly.
As we were already talking about Tony Futura two years ago, I propose you to discover today his latest twisted creations, mixing classical painting and pop culture in amusing and surreal compositions.
Only 19-year-old, the young artist Ronald Ong unveils a magical and enchanting world through colorful compositions.
When artist Tom Galle turns the logos of famous brands into weapons, creating a Nike dagger, a Facebook crowbar or a McDonald’s brass knuckles.
A selection of street art creations visible in London! Having spent a few days in London last week, I propose you a selection of street art creations, murals, stickers or collages seen in the streets.
When the photographer Niv Novak captures the incredible energy of the dancers in fascinating slow motion videos!
Here are the ultra-colorful vegan creations from Rachel Lorton, who composes her smoothies as psychedelic artworks!
The talented duo of street artists NeverCrew, formed in 1996 by Swiss artists Pablo Togni and Christian Rebecchi, unveils its latest creations at the Unit 5 Gallery in London.
The Floor is Lava, or when three roommates wake up discovering that the floor has become lava. An offbeat short film that plays with the famous game from our childhood The Floor is Lava (which apparently makes a big comeback since this summer).
[69 pictures] The Week-End Selection n°261 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.
What if you were attending the first few days of the life of a baby panda? The Zoo Beauval proposes you to discover the evolution of a tiny panda named Myz, from its first day until its first month.
With his series The Drinkers and The Drunk, the talented street photographer Lee Chapman is documenting the effects of alcohol in Japan, capturing the drunken scenes in the streets of Tokyo.
Here is the Wikkelhouse, a modular and ecological house made up of 90% cardboard! Designed by Dutch designers and engineers from Fiction Factory, this house consists of modules to be assembled, which makes it possible to create a customized house according to your needs.
This year again, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 rewards the best of animal photography, selecting the most beautiful images from 50,000 photos from 92 different countries.
Kevin Parry is having fun creating amazing optical illusions! This stop motion animator, who has worked on movies such as Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings, is using his free time to stage himself in amusing and offbeat illusions.
While waiting for the Stranger Things season 2, scheduled for October 27, Netflix has unveiled new posters that pay tribute to the cult movies from the 80s!
In Japan, summer is marked by many fireworks festivals, the Hanabi Taikai. Each year, more than 200 fireworks are fired across the country, illuminating the night with magical colors.
When street photographer Alex Greenberg is having fun capturing the weirdest t-shirts worn by people on the streets of Shanghai!
On Instagram, the American artist Stephanie Sarley is having fun giving a new dimension to the Food Porn expression, featuring fruits and vegetables in very suggestive photos and videos.