Taco Bell Dress
Jan22

Taco Bell Dress

This is artist Olivia Mears and she is apparently very fond of Taco Bell. She created this dress from 130 taco wrappers and 12 sauce packets from Taco Bell. She did it to enter their Live Mas contest. She didn’t win the grand prize, but was a first-prize winner. We’re not sure what she got for that, but we are surprised someone so into Taco Bell isn’t fat. Good for you, Olivia! By the way, she says the wrappers she...

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Sexy Cartoon Girls
Jan20

Sexy Cartoon Girls

DeviantArt illustrator CartoonGirls has a number of works of your favorite female cartoon characters in various states of, uh… sexiness. These are some of our favorites. You can see more here. Ariel Jane Jetson Pebbles Flintstone Red Hot Riding Hood Velma and Daphne Dominatrix Snow White...

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Realistic Monsters From The Legend of Zelda
Jan17

Realistic Monsters From The Legend of Zelda

Artist Nate Hallinan has created this realistic looking monsters, or enemies I guess, from The Legend of Zelda. Check out Deku, Goron Cave Guard and Skulltula below. You can seem more of Nate’s work on DeviantArt. There’s plenty of other fantasy stuff there, if you’re into that kind of thing....

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Zach King’s Vine Videos are Mind-Bending

Yeah, we’re not really much for Vine, being that we actually have stuff to do most of the time, but if you are then you should probably check out Zach King. He’s a filmmaker and kind of a magician (through the magic of editing). This is a compilation of some of his best videos. He regularly posts his stuff to his Twitter feed. This compilation was made by Farley Teem....

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Step Into the Void
Jan13

Step Into the Void

It’s a glass case that hangs 3,300 feet in the mountains on the top of the Aiguille du Midi mountain peak above Chamonix called Step Into the Void. Billed as the tallest attraction in Europe, the installation was created by French architect Pierre-Yves Chays. It took three years to finish. Visitors wear slippers so they don’t damage the glass. Not for those afraid of heights....

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Dina Goldstein’s Fallen Princesses
Jan10

Dina Goldstein’s Fallen Princesses

I really love this series by Canadian photographer Dina Goldstein. It’s called Fallen Princesses and depicts mostly Disney princesses after the fairy tale ends. Dina’s photography is meant to, in her words, “evoke and wrest feelings of shame, anger, shock and empathy from the observer so as to inspire insight into the human condition.” This certainly fits the bill. Fallen Princesses was created to force viewers...

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