A selection of the conceptual tattoos by Aleksy Marcinow, an artist based between Germany and England, who explores the limits of tattoos with these ultra-colorful creations.
Extinguished is an adorable short film, which reminds you what falling in love means. The story of a young man with a broken heart, who will light the flame once again.
Going from dream to reality in a simple click? This is what offers Know No Better, the new interactive music video from Major Lazer!
With The Tokyoiter project, some illustrators pay tribute to Tokyo, creating fake magazine covers in the style of The New Yorker.
A selection of the paper creations by Ann Wood and Dean Lucker, aka Woodlucker. This artist duo reproduces specimens of fauna and flora, butterflies, flowers, feathers or insects, with a lot of realism and meticulousness.
Here is Celeste Barber, an ordinary woman who is having fun parodying the most popular Instagram photos!
Here are the SpongeBob Toys, some explosive SpongeBob Squarepants figurines in tribute to the famous cartoon character!
Photographer Bob Thissen proposes to visit an abandoned Love Hotel with this amazing urbex session in Japan!
The American street artist Tom Bob invades the streets of New York with his offbeat creations, using street furniture like sewer plates, poles or electrical terminals to create colorful and twisted characters and animals.
The Australian street artist Rone has unveiled his Omega Project, painting beautiful faces in an old abandoned house in Melbourne.
Si vous avez toujours rêvé de voir vos créations artistiques sur les murs de la ville, Subway® vous propose de tester le Air graffiti virtuel grâce à son truck Street chef.
The Shizhuzhai Shuhua Pu is the oldest color printed book in the world! This book of illustrations was printed in China in 1663 by the printer Hu Zhengyan, who used a revolutionary technique for the time, the polychrome xylography, invented at the end of the Ming Dynasty.
These sand sculptures, which pay tribute to the aquatic life, were made in Denmark as part of the Søndervig Sand Sculpture Festival.
An octopus that hunts on land. Well, your life will never be the same now than you know that some Australian octopuses are able to move on land at low tide to hunt crabs, or you.
An impressive performance of a Chinese model, capable of making 100 poses in 1 minutes, almost two poses per second!
Lego In Real Life, or how to prepare breakfast with ingredients made of LEGO! An awesome stop motion short film imagined by BrickBrosProductions, which necessarily reminds me the videos of PES.
You can now download more than 200 vintage posters from the Belle Époque! Famous for its posters created by great artists, such as Alphonse Mucha or Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the Belle Époque spread out in France between 1879 and 1914, a period marked by social, economic, technological and artistic progress. Art of the Poster 1880-1918 is a beautiful collection of posters from the Belle Époque, available as free download, published on Flickr by the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
This is Coffee in a Cone, a new trend launched by Coffee Cone, based in Tokyo. This Japanese café had the brilliant idea to serve its teas, coffees and other capuchino in ice cream cones decorated with colorful sugar, creating some delicious edible and crispy cups!
The Marseille Subaquatic Museum, or MSM, will soon offers the people in Marseille to dive to discover the underwater sculptures of the artist Jason DeCaires Taylor!
It’s the turn of the series Westworld to unveil its trailer for season 2! After the trailer of the second season of Stranger Things, HBO has just released the trailer for the season 2 of Westworld at the famous Comic-Con convention.