What is happiness? We tend to search for it in material things, fleeting relationships and career achievements, but often lose sight of what really matters to us. London-based artist and animator Steve Cutts is taking a long hard look at this ‘rat race’ to which we’ve all found ourselves tied, and is examining our modern
Whilst we all enjoy pampering ourselves with the latest beauty products and most of us have a finely tuned skincare routine, it’s all pretty useless if we’re not feeding ourselves with the food our body needs to be truly beautiful. It’s true what they say, you are what you eat and it’s easily to spot
There’s always a new beauty trend that’s setting the internet on fire, from baking and contouring to colour correcting and strobing you’re never far from parting with your hard earned cash on the next makeup fad. Whilst lips have taken centre stage with matte lip kits and lipstick art there’s a new pout trend that
Doppelgangers or time travellers?
Kazuhiro Tsuji is a Kyoto-based artist specialised in creating lifelike sculptures of celebrities. His busts are so perfect and look so alive that they’ll freak you out! His work goes from a very stateman-like Abraham Lincoln to a surreal Salvador Dali; from a smiley Cristopher Reeve to a pensive Andy Warhol. Tsuji is a
Chemistry is mostly boring, but whenever we see such cool chemical reactions, we always wish we’d spent more time studying it. In the following video you can see what happens when ammonium dichromate and mercury thiocyanate decide to get freaky. And no, that’s not Satan’s spawn coming out of a portal to hell: it’s just science,
You know those sweet drawings kids make? Well, think again. This dad has gone beyond the cuteness of his son’s drawings, unveiling the existential despair and the horror lying in their core. Some of these pictures are really unsettling; not so cute anymore, eh?
Kristiàn Mensa is an 18 year old illustrator from Prague, who uses everyday objects and scenes to create incredible, funny illustrations. Daily objects are brought to life in new and interesting ways. His art encourages us to look at things in different ways, uncovering the beauty that lies all around us.
Mike Leavitt is an American visual artist who carved wooden figurines of some of his favourite directors. The peculiarity of his work lies in the fact that the artis has fused the directors with some of their most famous creations, realising a collection of often unsettling, always funny caricatures. Here’s a selection of his work,
Rocky the bobblehead dog is our hero of the day. Look at his cute face while he bobs along all those other toys. The video has already millions of views on both Facebook and Vine.