The Week End Selection n°215 is here! As every week, here is a selection of WTF, retro cosplay, vintage advertising, trashy illustrations, strange pictures, surreal photographs and so on, without context or explanation, gleaned from the endless meanders of the Internet… If you need some more, you will find all the previous Week end Selections here.
Here is the Dynamic Projection Mapping, a new technology that allows to project and deform in real-time an image so that it fits on soft surfaces like clothing or sheets of paper.
Long-awaited under the name Nintendo NX, the new console from Nintendo has been unveiled, and its official name is now Nintendo Switch!
Here’s the Paper Toys series of Japanese artist Makiko Azakami, who makes everyday objects using only paper.
While working as a neurobiologist, Igor Siwanowicz discovered a passion for photography since he started to capture images through his laser scanning microscope.
Here is Brixo, the conductive LEGO bricks to create connected objects! The Brixo come in several categories, for creating electrical circuits, to add sensors, motors, or even create Bluetooth connections.
Why choose between an ice cream and a cocktail? The American shop Tipsy Scoop now offers ice creams infused with different alcohols like bourbon, vodka, coffee liqueur, rum or martini.
There are many books to learn how to help yourself, but the books of the artist Johan Deckmann are clearly not among them.
After the Inner Child series and his amazing Dragon Teapot, I invite you to discover the latest ceramic creations of artist Johnson Tsang, based in Hong Kong.
Are You Lost In The World Like Me? is a beautiful music video unveiled by Moby and The Void Pacific Choir.
For his new project Le Baiser, artist Julien Nonnon decided to project 100 giant portraits of loving couples in the streets of Paris, paying tribute to these universal languages that are love and kiss.
We all know that you will finish this bottle of wine. So why not save some time thanks to the Guzzle Buddy, a glass of wine that attaches directly onto the neck of the bottle, and that will add some class to your compulsive drinking.
When a Pokemon GO game escalates quickly as a young hunter tries to be the first to catch a Mew. An explosive parody created by the Japanese team of RATE VFX.
After the great photographs of the finalists, the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 have been announced last night.
With his Villains Need Love series, the Spanish illustrator Nacho Diaz, aka Naolito, likes to reconcile the sworn enemies of pop culture into adorable illustrations.
After his Parisian Floors and London Floors series, documenting the most beautiful tiles, the German photographer Sebastian Erras leads us today in the streets of Paris to discover the shop windows and storefronts of small Parisian stores.
For his project A Movie Poster A Day, the graphic designer Pete Majarich decided to create an alternative poster for a cult film, every day for 1 year.
Polygons is an ingenious measuring spoon, inspired by origami and geometric principles to change its shape, measuring different quantities with a single object.
A video retracing the evolution of Formula 1 video games between 1976 and 2015. From the first pixels on a black background to the ultra-realistic modern simulations through the era of 8-bit and 16-bit, a nice evolution of racing games!
The first pop-up store dedicated to the worlds of Studio Ghibli will open in Paris from October 22 to November 3, 2016!