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Cats as famous fonts


Buzzfeed reimagined cats as famous fonts a couple of years ago and while we’re only getting our paws on these photos now, it’s quite a marvellous collection.

This vineyard in Tuscany doubles up as an Italian prison


We never knew this before, but it makes sense: a penal colony located on the island of Gorgona in the Tuscan Archipelago, is home to 50 or so detainees who work on a vineyard owned by one of Italy’s oldest winemaking families, Frescobaldi.

Californian kid ‘breaks into’ music festivals around the world and it totally pays off


Have you ever used a fake ID to get in to a bar, jumped over a fence to avoid paying, or skipped a mammoth queue by pretending to be with somebody important?

The bizarre yet strangely awesome costumes of Comic-Con 2014 in photographs


Comic-Con 2014 has officially kicked off at the San Diego Convention centre. For those who may never have heard of the phenomenon, Comic-Con is a bizarre yet strangely awesome annual event that brings together a whole host of peoples.

Finally, a donut camera you can use for all your Instagram shots


Life is too short not to shoot pictures with a donut, right? This donut cam comes with a hole in the middle that appears to act as a viewfinder of some sort, while the lightweight camera (just 62g), coated with faux sugar or chocolate on one side, and five Instagram-like color filters within, promises to sweeten up all your snaps at a snap.

Frozen freshwater lake glows magnificently in turquoise


Looking at the frozen wonder that is Lake Baikal, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were rich. The freshwater lake, located in Southern Siberia in Russia, is a sagely 20 to 25 million years old that, according to My Modern Met, during March every year, causes ice to form unevenly in pressure and temperature.

British female students are outraged that their nude charity calendar has been banned from Facebook


A calendar created by students at Warwick University in England has been banned on Facebook under the grounds that it contains ‘sexually explicit content’.

Remembering George Harrison: Beetles ate tribute tree for Beatles guitarist


Beetles have killed a pine tree that once stood in memory of the late Beatle, George Harrison. According to a city councillor, the tree in Griffith Park towered at over three meters before its sad bug-ridden demise.

Scary lightning streaks strike awe over Sardinia


Oh, nature puts on some scary light shows all right. Photographer Stefano Garau shot a series of pictures of a giant storm cell lit up from the inside by lightning, straight from the balcony where he lives in South Sardinia.

An Italian alpine mountain retreat with panoramic views can be all yours for only €245,000


If you’re a lover of mountain trekking and all things Italian, you may just wanna pop by Ebay cos an entire Italian mountain retreat is on sale right now.

This designer created the sweetest resume he could give to prospective employers


Now that’s one way to court a potential employer! Design student Matthew Hirsch took the iconic Hershey’s Chocolate packaging and put in some personal touches, turning it into a delectable resume for his potential employers to drool over.

Behold! The hamster wheel has been reinvented for house cats


Gotta admit it: this cat wheel invention from California-based Sean Farlay and his company based in Camarillo, CA is giving us the chuckles.

Past made present in these colourised photos from history


We delighted to bring you a new wave of instalments in the rising trend of colourisation, the art of bringing historical photos into the modern day by applying the realistic colours that were leached out by the black and white photographic processes of yesteryear.

The world’s first public toilet for dogs has been installed in Spain


Public toilets for dogs sound like a great idea, especially in towns like El Vendrell in northern Spain where pet owners can be fined up to €750 for neglecting to pick up their dogs’ waste.

If Disney Princesses had Instagram in real life, they’d look something like this


Ever wondered what lives Disney Princesses would lead if they were set in the real world? ‘Seventeen Magazine’ imagines exactly that by coming up with Instagram accounts for each princess.

The beautiful and inspiring sreet art murals of Anat Ronen


It’s hard to believe, but Houston-based creative Anat Ronen is a self-taught artist and up until five years ago, was working in admin fields.

Photographer travels to live among the Eskimos, produces photo series over 20 years


The Inuit people of Northern Greenland have a myth that partly explains their theory of creation, and it goes something likes this: ‘In the beginning giants lived on the land and ate plants that they gathered.

You won’t recognize these men after they put on makeup and transform into women


BuzzFeed recently asked five men to sit down with a professional make-up artist and experience getting a fabulous makeover for the first time in their lives.

Say ‘I do’ in a junk food wedding? In McDonald’s Hong Kong, you can


Looks like we’ve found the perfect budget wedding idea, and it’s right under the Golden Arches. That’s right, in McDonald’s Hong Kong, you can choose from any one of four wedding packages starting from US$373 ($2,888 HKD) for a Happiness Party to US$1290 ($9,999 HKD) for a Love Forever Party.

Someone is cutting onions! Writing on the pages of this book will make you cry

Notebook manufacturer Magnus Ferreus recently launched a quirky new product – the Onion Note. Although it doesn’t stink like an onion, it has the same effect as cutting one.


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