Cool Hunting Video: World's Largest Toy Car Collection from Cool Hunting on Vimeo. And you thought your collection of toy cars was sizable!
Bicycle seats with a menacing growl and a watchful eye that won’t stop staring? I think it’s time to make like a wheel and roll!
Graffiti is such a huge problem for the Great Wall of China that the authorities there apparently decided to give up a specific part of it for visitors to leave their mark on, so as to contain the damage and spare the rest of the iconic stone monument.
The toddler’s unofficial name is Mayhem. And with the help of her mommy blog writer mother, Angie, she’s been able to create magnificent fashion.
We’ve heard of hidden meanings in song lyrics before, but who’d have expected Beyonce to be so passionate about zombie butt-kicking music?
Why shave or wax your ‘lady bush’ when you could grow them into fantastic hair styles like these? Be proud, ladies!
TROIKA/ LIGHT RAIN/ UK PAVILION WORLD EXPO/ SHANGHAI 2010 from Troika on Vimeo. Wow, how magical. Light Rain, an light installation by Troika, was commissioned for the World Expo’s UK Pavilion in Shanghai 2012 and saw the group creating ‘light rain engines’ that cast moving visuals of raindrops onto floors to create the illusion of real rain.
If minimalist design sends a shiver of joy down your back, you’re in good company. Antrepo, a creative agency, has taken some of our favourite foods and toned down the packaging for a sleek, minimalist look.
Grad student Kaija Straumanis clearly has a sense of humor. Her series of self-portraits depict her getting random things flung in her face as she looks on with a dazed look.
Some of the world’s most recognizable art masterpieces have been recreated as baked goods, all to raise money for Britain’s Art Fund, which supports hundreds of museums and galleries across the U.K.
While we’ve been loving these repurposed taxidermy-like bike parts of late, how about adding some taxidermy to bike parts instead?
Is this the most depressing use of self quantification we’ve seen? Sure seems like it. The notion of the Quantified Self is all about tracking oneself to acquire quantifiable data pertaining to one’s daily life, so it almost makes sense that someone actually set up a Tumblr quantifying a breakup in visual charts, such as the number of texts that were exchanged in the four months right after the breakup (11,634, including 218 texts from the ex), a breakdown of crying in public (high intensity in the first three months, followed by relative peace in the fourth month), and the 100 most played songs in that time (41 sad,59 happy).
It’s official: alligators and crocodiles are getting soft. Last week, we saw photos of a snake devouring a crocodile in the swamps of Queensland, Australia.
Brisbane-based Simmone Spring is the owner and creative force behind Your Organ Grinder, an Etsy store stocked with anatomical-inspired creations made out of locally sourced felt with traditional techniques.
Behold, Asgard! Oh wait, it’s actually Chicago! While en route to Chicago O’Hare International Airport amateur photographer Mark Hersch snapped this amazing photo of the city’s skyline silhouette reflected on the waters of Lake Michigan.
French photographer Olivier Grunewald — who snapped these cool photos of the Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia glowing an intense hue of blue while shooting a documentary with the president of Geneva’s Society for Volcanology — definitely has an eye for drama.
Signatures are so last year. It’s time to take narcissism to the next level by having your beloved face immortalized forever on a rubber stamp!
Fed up with struggling to find legal pee grounds at Mardi Gras celebrations every year, New Orleanians Max Gaudin and Travis Laurendine decided to take things into their own hands during Mardi Gras 2014 to set up Airpnp.
Barcelona-based architect and artist Federico Babina, has created an illustration series that imagines the art styles of renowned artists as concepts for architectural structures.
Much of the American northeast and the Midwest are suffering from sub-freezing temperatures following the polar vortex.