If, like me, you always thought airline staff were living it up on long-haul flights when they went to ‘rest’, you’ll be surprised to find out there’s actually no special treatment given to these hard workers.
‘SEKAI’, which means ‘world’ in Japanese, is a series by artist Maico Akiba, wherein she places miniature ecosystems on the backs of toy animals and dinosaurs.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that’s been going viral around the world has finally reached a new destination: Springfield.
It may be a case of four legs good, two legs better for this Los Angeles Pomeranian named Jiff. After all, this very special pooch can walk on its front or hind legs to anywhere it wishes in a jiffy.
‘I do what I love and I do what I hear, I hear what I love and I love what I hear.’ These are the perplexing word of Grant Meyers, foley artist for the adult film industry.
How artistic can one get with ice cream? If you are talented like me, you wipe your gooey fingers onto your tee and call it abstract art.
Who do you want to be? Or, more accurately, who could you have been? Czech photographer Dita Pepe takes these musings quite literally, re-imaging her life in a hundred different scenarios in her series Self Portraits with Men.
At first glance you might be fooled into thinking that there’s a giant pencil scribbling away at the room’s flooring.
Every Sunday in the Big Apple one man is doing what he can to make the world a brighter and more compassionate place.
Some parents wouldn’t be caught dead taking their kids out to a family-friendly restaurant, let alone a Michelin-starred one.
Street artist Pejac’s latest works in Paris involve you having to give them a detailed examination, because if you don’t come closer, you might not even notice they’re artworks at all!
If asking nicely won’t work on litterbugs, maybe name-calling would help them clean up their acts! ‘LiveGreen Toronto’ is currently trying that approach with a series of ads that uses the very garbage these litterbugs throw out to hurl insults, hoping that they’d feel bad enough to have a change of heart.
Floating villages are by no means a new phenomenon, having been established in Vietnam and Cambodia for hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years.
Get her to say the ultimate ‘Yes’ by popping the question and revealing to her a ring adorned with an eyeball!
Newsflash. Smoking is bad for you. Ok, we all knew that smoking isn’t exactly a great part of a healthy lifestyle, but many people are guilty of deceiving themselves about quite HOW badly it affects your body.
Svitlana Postelga is an artist with a refreshingly unusual talent. Most of us are familiar with plasticine as a children’s toy (and an awesome one at that!
Here at Lost At E Minor we like to think we’ve seen everything and that nothing can surprise us. That being said, we are always delighted to be proved woefully wrong as is the case here.
In order to raise awareness on bowel cancer and to encourage people to ‘get their bums checked’, New Zealand’s Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa organization have come up with a hilarious campaign.
I’m not ashamed to say I have a couple of locks of hair stored away from when I was a baby. And Richard Gibson sure isn’t ashamed to say that he, too, collects parts of… himself.
It looks like even cats are Apple fanboys now. Miles and Aimee Harrison of ‘Atomic Attic’ love infusing new life into unwanted iMac computers by repurposing them into beds for cats.