Here’s an awesome set of pics to rescue you from the Monday blues: BenfromSalem’s basset hounds and their gooey loose skin. This is why people have prosumer cameras. Still not smiling? Watch this.
A blog that shows how some movies, TV shows, or even moments in real life are better – or at least more fun to watch – when viewed in reverse. But there are exceptions of course.
German job hunting site jobsintown.de created ads that make it look like there’s actually someone inside these machines doing all the work. The caption says, “Life’s too short for the wrong job.”
Third-degree burns left Hachi looking like a menacing T-800, but he remains sweet and loyal. Rescued by firefighters in Torrance, California, he’s now looking for someone to adopt him.
Entertainment Weekly got Marvel to reveal what Hugo Weaving’s Red Skull will look like in Capt. America: The First Avenger. That is one bad-ass freak. We actually like him more than Chris Evans.
Pawel Kuczynski is a very prolific Polish artist who recently began making satirical illustrations. His drawings are simple yet deliver timely and powerful messages. More here and here.
(NSFW: Language) A collection of works by Dan Tague, featuring messages composed using the letters found in dollar bills. Will be shown at the VOLTA NY Art Fair from Mar 3 – Mar 6, 2011.
It all started when Redditor hannahisapalindrome posted this picture, and in typical viral fashion we now have more examples and twisted takes on the meme. It even has its own website now.
The website’s title will draw you in, but you’ll stay for the pictures. The site is filled with unusual celebrity shots. Christopher Walken as a young, handsome man definitely counts as unusual to us.
Graphic design student Luca Lago Batmanized several Star Wars characters. His conversion process was pretty simple: give a character bat ears and add “bat” to its name. It’s super-effective!
Using quick cook food is a half-assed way of cooking. They’re testaments to our laziness. In fact, we’re so lazy we’re not even willing to follow the steps it takes to make these things properly.
Australian street artist BUFFdiss uses strips of masking tape to create his art. He often makes oversized hands that interact with the environment, but he also has more complicated pieces.
Caldwell Tanner and Kevin Corrigan pit the Dark Knight against some of the Internet’s most popular memes. This makes us wish Batman was real so he could rid us of Forwarders once and for all.
Not content with having a catch-all blog about “funny things”, Mike Lacher starts off the new year with a creepy meme. You wanna know what makes muppets cute? It’s the eyes. The goddamn eyes.
These spooky drawings are the work of John Kenn. A TV show director and writer, Kenn said he draws to relieve stress and boredom, and that Post-It Notes let him “create stories” in a jiffy.
Warning: May cause dizziness or headaches. These pictures were made by Professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka of Ritsumeikan University so that parts appear to move even though they are only static images.
The Kangbashi district in China has wonderful amenities and houses. But while it was designed to support a million people, it stands mostly empty, simply because people can’t afford to live there.
Similar to a cinema screen that the picture from the projector shines on, Nodesign’s Dia Parrot is a frame with a transparent high-res LCD screen that gives your favorite snaps a retro-modern twist.
We all know that snowflakes have intricate geometric structures, but we can still hardly believe these magnified images. Just think, these are formed out of nothing but dirt and water.
Artist Matthew Cusick makes portraits and illustrations using nothing but map cutouts, using the lines, symbols and patches of colors to his advantage, to create detailed and jaw-dropping art.
Movie pirate masterpieces. Featuring typos, horrible translation, quotes from bad movie reviews and pictures of actors that are not in the movie. Anyone have a copy of Pepe Likes Tacos?
The Noun Project was founded to collect, create and celebrate the universal symbols, icons and pictures that we often take for granted. All the symbols on their site are free to download and use.
What could these powerful men be afraid of? The Internet, that’s what. These posters were made for the International Society of Human Rights to show the value of the Net in defending human rights.
These hyper-realistic paintings were made by Denis Peterson. Some people hate on his craft, but if we think people who are good at spinning pens are cool, shouldn’t we applaud this man’s skill?
Cartoonist Adam Watson imagines what it would be like if Dr. Seuss wrote Star Wars. Watson’s art is good, but it’s the prose that really ties things together. We hope he turns this into a whole book.
It is what it says it is, a blog dedicated to posting pictures of Kim Jong-Il looking at random objects. We already got a good chuckle the moment we found out that this blog exists.
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