When you hire funny man Ricky Gervais to promote something, you expect a whole lotta laughs. And harsh honesty.
I imagined Cthulhu would be a lot bigger. Brisbane-based artist Michael Palmer has tamed the fiercest, darkest creatures that live in the ocean’s depths and entombed them in teacups.
New York City, mark your calendars for the evening of April 3 because you’re about to indulge in a night solely dedicated to music and photography thanks to The BlowUp.
Some street art is so abstract you can’t understand it. Other street art can be too high brow to get (no, seriously).
It can be difficult feeling comfortable in your own skin when the media perpetuates an idea of what beauty is.
A two-metre tall red kangaroo thought it was a great idea to fetch a drink… in a watering can. After taking a sip, this poor roo got its head caught inside the steel can and needed a few kangaroo wranglers to help him out.
We’re in the age of creative marriage proposals and if it’s not caught on camera, it didn’t happen (so the saying goes).
What better way to cure a child’s fear of the dark than by giving him his own superhero robot? Inspired by the lovable protagonist of the Disney film ‘Big Hero 6’, the Baymax LED Lamp is the bedside companion perfect for both kids and adults.
In his adorable series, Redditor ‘Luke_Hero’, places mouth expressions on his patient and cooperative cat, creating portraits of a feline who can work the camera.
You can start drooling now. Last month in celebration of World Nutella Day, food blogger Elizabeth LaBau of ‘Sugar Hero’ cooked up the kind of Ferrero Rocher we all want: A giant Ferrero Rocher.
This is Disney’s ‘UP’ minus everything except the armchair. The ‘Balloon Chair’ is the latest creation to come from Japanese designer Satoshi Itasaka, wherein he creates a simple but effective illusion out of a child’s chair.
Indonesian woman Wina Lia wants to sell her two-bedroom house in Sleman, located near the Javanese city of Yogyakarta.
Stephen Peterson had just finished a job and was packing up ready to go home when a goat appeared out of nowhere.
We have read about breast milk being used for jewellery and lollipops. Some bodybuilders swear they build muscles faster when they consume it.
You might not have won the ‘Employee of the Month’ award, but at least you can have this. Actually, everyone can have it.
Dogs can fetch. Birds can mimic their owners. And slow lorises… well, in some cases, they pole dance.
Ferdinand Cheval is one postman who stumbled upon an odd stone of unusual shape in April 1879 and decided there and then to collect stones and build his dream palace in his garden.
Charlie sure makes for a cute serial killer or psychopath. In his series ‘Run for Your Life, Charlie Brown’, UK-based cartoonist Dennis Davies re-imagines one of our favourite ‘Peanuts’ characters as famous horror genre icons.
One man’s trash is another man’s romantic table lamp. The ‘Bottle Light’ is an innovative device that gives used bottles new beginnings as ambient lamps.
When you look at Ellen Jewett’s work, you’ll appreciate that her ‘creature’ sculptures are intricately layered inside out with an astute accumulation of numerous tiny components, many of which are microscopic representations of plants, animals and objects.