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Are we doing enough to offset the damage we do to our environment? “No” says this awareness campaign by Greenpeace.
LATA65 is a Portuguese initiative aimed at showing that age is no limit for urban art. The name of the programe fittingly translates into “can” (like one spray paint is kept in), and it works by getting the elderly to try out graffiti.
The internet has established that work in the office is a grind, only better than factory work because you don’t risk getting actually ground-up.
No matter how fascinated you are with fungi, you’re probably not as fond of taking mushroom pictures as Steve Axford.
Facial expressions and tone of voice are the main two things missing from text-based conversations. This ad campaign, for example, shows the importance of smiles.
People revere nature forgetting that it can get pretty gruesome. Alex “alexmdc” Solis is making the ciiircle of liiife cuter with his “Predator & Prey” series.
What’s inside your favorite animated characters? Jason Freeny thinks he knows as he makes anatomic cutaways of iconic characters.
Do you think that your bicycle needs balls? ‘Cause now it can, with aptly named Bike Balls! The short explanation is that its silicone recreation of testicles that hangs under your bike.
No notebook is safe from abstract doodling. Yet we all could learn a thing or two from these sketches by Sophie Roach.
The past was full of monumental events and heroic people, but monochrome pictures make it harder to imagine as “real”.
The Brazilian preparations to host the FIFA World cup certainly had their share of controversy. But all that pales in comparison to the accusations Qatar is facing for their work on the 2022 World Cup.
Paper is a delicate material to work with, which makes paper cut art by Suzy Taylor look ever more impressive.
When a movie isn’t filmed entirely on greenscreen, fans get to visit the same places their favorite characters did.
Some flowers are pretty enough to eat – and that’s exactly what you do when you bite down on one of the Bavarian cream pastries from Tokyo based Havaro.
Avocado might not be the fruit of love, but this wool couple wants you to reconsider. Made by Ukrainian artist Anna Dovgan, these are two happy halves of avocado that hug to form the complete fruit.
Anxiety disorders bring anxiety and fear to about 18% of Americans and 14% of Europeans. Katie Crawford depicted her own battle with anxiety and depression in the photo series “My Anxious Heart”.
You want a camper that looks like it came from the future? Then look no further than the Ecocapsule by Nice Architects.
Fire! Glass! With their powers combined, Emily Williams makes sea life sculptures! Flame sculpting uses intense heat to shape glass, allowing for more varied shapes than regular glass blowing.
Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel while lying on his back. Artist Sean Yoro paints these murals on a surfboard – and they’re at water level!
Elora Hardy takes the bamboo house idea and runs with it, building magnificent structures made from an extremely sustainable material.