These are the most weird illustrations created by Japanese artist Gojin Ishihara for children books. Most of these images were published in the “Illustrated Book of Japanese Monsters” (1972). Others appeared in different educational and entertaining publications for kids. Most Ishihara’s illustrations look creepy and scary.
San Diego Comic-Con International gathered over 300,000 fans of comic books from all over the world. Many of them dressed up in costumes of their favorite characters and wandered among toys, film and comics collectibles shocking and entertaining other visitors.
This convention started in the mid 60’s. At those times it attracted mostly teenagers. But in the past decade this event has become significantly more mainstream. You can meet TV-show devotees, fans of Star Wars and Avatar, anime obsessives and many other pop-culture lovers among the attendees this year.
Has Stephen Kings’ “It” inspired these men to turn into clown funerals? Have no idea, but the fact is that the first funeral clown company has been established in Ireland. These guys think they can make funerals a happy occasion.
German photographer Jens Heilmann took pictures of World Cup soccer balls from every single one of the 19 tournaments. These all balls have been kicked around by some of the greatest soccer players of the 20th and 21st century.
This is a creative illustration guide on how you should not use your cell phone. It was created by Japanese carrier NTT Docomo. Though it’s meant for kids, adults can also find it useful and cute.
This unusual volcano is located on Hawaii. Its name is Kilauea. It has been erupting since 1983. Lava from Kilauea has been destroying numerous homes for many years in a row. It has managed to scare local residents away. And you can now see images of this volcano from the past 27 years.
This is an interesting retro compilation of photographs of African American bikers. They look cool.
If you have an old turntable at home, you can create a computer case inside. Looks retro and extraordinary.
I love to eat pizza with my hands. But some people cut it into yummy pieces, and Frankie Flood designed many creative pizza cutters just for them. Here are some of the most interesting examples.
It seems that Ukraine has its own Banksy graffiti artist (Banksy is the pen name of a British street painter who is well-known for his artistic pranks in different countries). Ukrainian Banksy is also fond of satirical street art. His identity remains unknown except for his nickname “Sharik”. This is how he signs his works. Sharik’s street art is amazing. His graffiti drawings are clever and often hilarious. They are all worth seeing.
A new collection of amazing tilt-shift photography. Cities, streets, landscapes and even people look like toys reminding me of Lego constructions.
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A new portion of creative solutions to different “fix-it” issues at home and work. You can always try to fix things yourself, as long as you use some imagination and go through these examples of what other people have already suggested.
If you are tired to have regular eggs, bacon and cheese for breakfast, there is an idea on what you can do. Simply combine well-known ingredients in one sandwich. You can find a detailed instruction after the jump.
As you probably know, there are different types of people. So which type your boss belongs to? See the answer inside this post.
Some people think they know how they should drive a car, ride a bicycle or motorcycle to look cool. Of course, seeing such a scene in real life won’t make me laugh as I would be scared to death for the guy’s life. But the pictures are funny.
If you think that your boyfriend doesn’t pay much attention at you, take a look at this comic story. You will understand how lucky you are.
Reflective photography is a creative way to capture the drama and mood of the images. Reflection surfaces copy and reflect the reality. As a result, we see a beautiful artwork with its own atmosphere of mystery and beauty.
Can you imagine Morgan Freeman becoming your God? What would it be like? The answer is quite surprising.
This collection of beach photos dates back to 1900-1920s. Modern beach is nothing like the beach on these black and white pictures.
People use different types of transportation. This collection contains modern and unusual vehicles, both real and fake.
Money does grow on the trees. Australian RaboDirect bank has proved it by setting up a hilarious experiment. Bank workers chose a tree in one of the Sydney’s city parks and planted real five-dollar bills on it. They also used a hidden video camera to record people’s reaction to the abnormal dollar tree.