A man wore this silly bug costume to kickstart the Bohemian movement during 1865. – Via Weird Vintage.
For someone who can be addicting to watch on tv, I say this piece of artwork by Katie Mazikins is just appropriate. – Via Everlasting Blort
The book was published in 1951. The cute dog surely must have been born recently. – Via haha.
Death can mean so many things for a pig. – Via Tastefully Offensive.
Beautiful finely detailed art can come from the most mundane places. This supposedly details the Russian cruiser Aurora. – Via haha.
We can always rely on graphic designers to push clever ideas to people. This one is just inspired. – Via Holy Juan.
Father and son rematch on the street. – Via Nick Holmes.
Rut Mackel makes an interesting series of portraits of people’s faces distorted as they press their faces on clear glass. To see the other portraits, go here. – Via I Have Seen The Whole Of The Internet.
Lithuanian artist Tadao Cern digitally recreated the self-portrait of Van Gogh to make it look like a real life photograph. The result is haunting and beautiful at the same. – Via The Atlantic.
For that ultimate ghetto look, Datta Phuge knows how to glam himself up. But then he spent £14,000 on the solid gold shirt to attract women. Woven through with 24-karat gold thread, he complete the look with matching cuffs and a set of rings crafted from left-over gold. – Via Like Cool.