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  • November 9, 2015
    This is 'My Wife's Lovers', a painting by Austrian artist Carl Kahler that was commissioned by millionaire cat lady Kate Johnson of San Francisco in the early 1890's. Mrs. Johnson had over 350 cats at her mansion (plus a group of servants whose sole responsibility was taking c... / Continue →
  • September 30, 2015
    The National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA) is nonprofit membership association that offers services to have your tattoos removed and preserved after you die, and presented to the person you want to have them. I want all mine given to my dog on special oc... / Continue →
  • September 21, 2015
    This is the Street Fighter latte art created by or for Redditor sunbolts. Or maybe they just found the picture online, I don't know. Still, good job. I've actually only had latte art made for me once in my life, and it was a bunch of hearts. Don't get me wrong, it was impre... / Continue →
  • September 9, 2015
    This is a gallery of the rice-straw dinosaurs (among other animals) built in Niigata Prefecture, Japan after this year's rice harvest. That t-rex is stunning. So is the triceratops. Is rice-straw soft or abrasive? Like, would it hurt if you rubbed up against it? I'm...aski... / Continue →
  • August 28, 2015
    Note: Larger version HERE. This is the story of Mad Max: Fury Road told in hieroglyphics, as imagined by artist Takumi. I still haven't seen Fury Road because I like to wait at least two years after a movie comes out to watch it, but I couldn't really gather much of the story... / Continue →
  • August 24, 2015
    This is a video of a giant inflatable red ball rolling down the street in Toledo, Ohio. The ball is from artist Kurt Perschke's Red Ball Project, which is a project that involves putting a big red ball on display. I'm pretty sure my 8th grade art teacher would have failed the... / Continue →
  • August 21, 2015
    These are a couple video tours of street-artist Banky's unamusement park, Dismaland. It looks pretty depressing. I would play those midway games though. I want to win a big prize. Raise your hand if you've ever won one of the big prizes at an amusement park. Did you go put... / Continue →
  • August 17, 2015
    Note: First generation Alpacamon post HERE. Full-res version of this generation HERE. This is the second generation of artist Lopaki's series of Alpacamon. Alpacamon is the combination of the words 'Alpaca' and 'Pokemon'. Geekologie Writer is the combination of the words 'S... / Continue →
  • July 24, 2015
    This is 'Angel', a hyper-realistic sculpture created by Beijing artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu to resemble their concept of a fallen angel. Well I can certainly see why the angel fell -- it doesn't have any feathers. You can't expect to fly with those uncooked hot wings! It wa... / Continue →
  • July 8, 2015
    These are a bunch of scrap wood sculptures created by Danish artist Thomas Dambo. They are most impressive. Also, that is some seriously good looking scrap wood. I have never found scrap wood that looks so nice. You could probably build a house entirely up to code with that... / Continue →
  • July 1, 2015
    This is a series of videos from Youtuber Tiger Tomato who meticulously recreates different cartoon and video game characters using colored pancake batter and an ultra-fine squirt bottle. Now I'm not saying the results aren't amazing (because they are), I'm just saying in the t... / Continue →
  • June 23, 2015
    This is the massive dragon sculpture created by driftwood sculptor James Doran Webb. Man, that thing would look amazing in my...okay, I don't really have any space big enough to fit that. Maybe if it was mounted on top of my car. Wait, where is my car? "You sold it for beer... / Continue →
  • May 15, 2015
    But they didn't blur the giant ass in the middle? What do you have against tits and not butts? Or -- OR -- could you not tell that was a butt? Fox 5 in New York decided the beautiful (albeit somewhat hard to recognize) titties in Pablo Picasso's Women of Algiers were a littl... / Continue →
  • April 22, 2015
    This is the ultra-impressive Big Trouble In Little China themed arm sleeve being tattooed by Paul Acker (links to his Facebook gallery with a ton of other tattoo pics), owner of Deep Six Tattoo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It's got Jack Burton, Wang Chi, Egg Chen, Gracie Law... / Continue →
  • April 10, 2015
    This is a video news report about a construction crane that toppled over at the Dallas Museum of Art while erecting a tent. Onlookers mistook the precariously tilted crane for a new art installation, and I would have done the same thing. I mean, who's to say it's not art? Lo... / Continue →
  • We've seen the modern films given outdated VHS sleeves thing before, but hey, here it is again and done even better with a set created for an April Fool's article at Golem13. Have a look below to see how The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Wolf of Wall Street, Game of Thrones and mor... / Continue →
  • March 20, 2015
    Artist Graham Fink draws portraits using nothing but his eyes. Me? I draw things using nothing BUT MY MIND. I just drew a naked lady. She is winking at me. WITH HER BREASTS. The eye tracker, provided by Tobii Technology, uses infrared light to track Fink's eye movements. T... / Continue →
  • March 13, 2015
    This is A Shout Within a Storm, an installation by artist Glenn Kaino featuring over 100 copper arrows all seeming to be headed towards the same point. That point being, more often than not, somebody making a face and getting their picture taken. I've had dreams of dying in a... / Continue →
  • February 25, 2015
    Note: Two pics after the jump contain horribly airbrushed alien nipples, proceed at your own risk of work/school boner. This is the custom airbrushed Star Trek themed 1978 GMC G15 "boogie van" recently up for sale on Craigslist by some dude in Vancouver who was clearly tired o... / Continue →
  • February 6, 2015
    This is a series of album covers designed by illustrator Rocky Davies featuring iconic villains and lyrics from the 80's. The 1980's by the way, not the 1880's. I don't know who the famous villains of the 1880's were, but I suspect they all had amazing mustaches and rode hors... / Continue →