Chimps have finally discovered the joys of alcohol, in the form of palm wine. We’re feeling very proud!
You’ve probably seen plenty of perks that come with Kickstarter campaigns. Free baseball caps, personalized mugs, maybe even a meet and greet.
If photographer Joseph Michael isn’t working for the New Zealand tourism commission, someone get him a job quick.
Have you ever noticed how surveillance cameras are always alone? There’s a good reason for that. Prague-based artist Jakub Geltner shows us how disturbing it can get if these devices hung out together, just like a flock or a herd.
Wanting to help snails avoid getting accidentally stepped on, artist Stefan Siverud has come up with a creative way to get them noticed: by painting their shells with art.
How do you hold a baby? You probably thought there were a couple different ways to hold a wriggling babe, but as this man shows us, there are infinite ways to hold a baby, and they’ve all got a name.
Back in 2013 we (along with everyone on the Internet) fell in love with Marcin Ryczek’s beautiful photo, ‘A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow’.
Whenever London-based street artist ‘Mobstr’ would stencil in an artwork, he’d find it the next day painted over by the city council.
Humpback Whales Bubble Feeding Drone Views from AkXpro on Vimeo. Seeing a humpback whale in the wild is mesmerizing, but seeing a pod of them from a seagull’s point of view – while fishing for their lunch – is breathtaking.
When one guy got himself a brand new car, he wanted it to be absolutely theft-proof. But rather than installing fancy security systems, he came up with a cheaper alternative: he covered it in rust.
When his girlfriend of four years told him to get rid of his dog Molly, Redditor ‘Getzen’ had no choice but to put out an ad on Craigslist.
Georgia-based photographer Peyton Fulford asked people all over the world to send her their most private thoughts, diary entries and text messages.
Now we’ve certainly seen everything! Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created his latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited 2015 by building a giant tree that produced plastic bags.
To raise awareness for dyslexia, graphic designer Daniel Britton designed a very different type of font.
“Bompas & Parr’s Gherkin Chandelier” by David Lane and Jeremy Valender - NOWNESS presents from NOWNESS on Vimeo.
It was relatively obvious why hundreds of people were dressing up as Albert Einstein last month. They were gathering to smash a world record… of people dressing up as Albert Einstein.
When we were teens, parents loved to tell us we were lazy, and that our bedrooms needed cleaning. Well, guess what?
Montreal’s street art festival MURAL returned this month on Saint-Laurent Boulevard with 20 new works of visual art created on its grounds – we mean, walls – over a span of 11 days, culminating in the grand completion on June 14.
Belgian street artist Stefaan De Croock, better known as ‘Strook’, covers public walls with massive murals depicting silhouettes of people.
In his thought-provoking series ‘Saint Franklin’, Ukrainian photographer Yurko Dyachyshyn creates collages that depict Benjamin Franklin as a saint, illustrating how we’ve come to worship money and materialism.