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From magazines and posters to greeting cards and t-shirts, great illustrations can be found everywhere, but their goal is the same: to convey ideas and messages that words simply cannot describe.
What happens when you mix a kitten with a sloth? Tumblr site ‘Slittens’ is the answer to the above fantasy hybrid.
New works of iconic street artist Banksy have surfaced in England—one at Prayers Park in Folkestone and another in a town called ‘Clacton-on-Sea’.
UK-based illustrator James Chapman, who previously gave us these adorable guides to the different sounds of applause and pain, has come up with a cute illustration showing us the sounds of frying around the world.
Thor Designer Miguel Camilo has created an awesome illustrated series that features the various helmets and headpieces worn by superheroes and memorable characters from cartoons, video games, and movies.
[Click here to view the video in this article] YouTube user Joe Penna, or more popularly known by his online moniker Mystery Guitar Man, and his partner Sarah Penna, has created a delightful stop-motion short throughout Sarah’s 10-month-long pregnancy.
[Click here to view the video in this article] We previously featured this funny cookbook by Thug Kitchen, and now the creators have come up with a hilarious, profanity-laced trailer for it.
Do you want to know how major companies like Google and Facebook keep their employees motivated? An infographic, created by NextGeneration Recruitment, lists the various perks that are offered by these major companies, including Airbnb and Dropbox, and other useful tips that can help employers create a better working environment for their employees.
Just weeks away from Halloween, Spanish artist and photographer Eva Senín Pernas has created a series of spooky and mesmerizing makeup on women’s lips.
Fans of the Dark Knight, rejoice! To mark Batman’s 75th anniversary, the US Postal Service has unveiled a limited edition set of stamps featuring the comic book superhero.
Sasha Levin is a freelance photographer and cinematographer based in Moscow who likes to take eye-catching images framed in a perfect symmetrical shot.
UK-based design blog Layerform Magazine has created the perfect infographic for creatives who need to get their head back in the game.
Industrial designer Marc Newson has released his first product after joining Apple last month—surprisingly, it has nothing to do with gadgets.
Click to view full enlarged version Click to view full enlarged version To help visualize the numerous ways of presenting information, economist Jon Schwabish and graphic designer Severino Ribecca came up with ‘The Graphic Continuum’—an infographic categorizing graphic types into six main groups: Distribution, Time, Comparing Categories, Geospatial, Part-to-Whole, and Relationships.
Ottawa-based cartoonist John Atkinson, who previously imagined vintage social networking and the anatomy of different film genres and songs, is back with a humorous comic listing the 16 different types of people you see on Facebook.
Crafted the perfect résumé but still aren’t getting the calls for the coveted job interview? A video produced by Fast Company shows that the photo you use for job hunting might be the cause of the non-existent calls.
Bruce Wayne and Batman If Bruce Wayne had his own business card, how would it look like? How about his alter-ego, Batman—would it appear remarkably different?
Award-winning French artist, who goes by the name JR, has a new photo series featuring forty dancers on the rooftop of the Opera Garnier in Paris.
If you work in a role that requires you to interact with clients, you’ll know how challenging it can be dealing with them.
Scottish photographer Lee Howell, who we featured previously, has a new series of images, inspired by the Maasai people, a tribe in Southeast Africa.