Wednesday , 26 September 2018


Artist Transforms Thrift Store Paintings With Pop Culture Icons

By contrasting traditional landscape and portraiture with more contemporary pop culture references, Pollot creates mischievous yet impressively faithful juxtapositions of the old and the new (not to mention showcasing an impressively subtle skillset). More info: Etsy | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter (h/t: laughingsquid, demilked)

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This Bleeding Nose Candle Is The Strangest Thing You’ll Ever See…

If you’re having trouble keeping those pesky Demogorgons away from your precious Eggos, fear no more. This creepy candle ornament will turn your world Upside Down. Firebox has created this Eleven Bleeding Nose Candle, which will bring a spooky, strange ambience into your home. Light the wick on the candle that sits inside her head and red wax will ominously …

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Stacking Firewood Is Art

I know not everyone gets the chance to cut their own firewood, or have a wood burning fireplace. Lucky for me we had an older home and a cottage where we’d have many a fire on a fall night, and roast some tasty s’mores. I think I’d freeze before I undid these works for a measly fire. But of course, …

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Chainsaw Artist Turns Tree Stump into Illusion of Bucket Pouring Water

The best chainsaw artists have the ability to completely transform wood, molding it into incredible new shapes while bringing out the best of the material. In the case of Romanian artist Gabi Rizea, he’s managed to merge his work as an engineer with his passion for chainsaw art, to spectacular results. Chainsaw artist Gabi Rizea transformed a rotting tree stump …

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The thought-provoking artwork of Stephan Schmitz

Stephan Schmitz is an editorial illustrator based in Zürich who has a knack for taking complex ideas and turning them into simple yet visually playful designs. He shows us the world as it is, and it’s easy to get caught up thinking about the message behind each piece. Internet fame. The human face of news. Modern dating. Readjusting to civilian …

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