Some sugar pieces and a little bit imagination can result in something simple but very creative and beautiful.
When you think of the word "jewelry", do you imagine those gorgeous precious stones embraced by floristic-designed gold? How about a new generation of jewelry? Whatever you do, just don't show this to your grandmother.
This is what a creative mind can do to a piece of LSD blotter. Blotter Art refers to a highly collectable form of artwork. It steals its popularity from the visual similarities it shares with its' once prolific chemical-soaked cousin. Blotter Art has transcended the underground drug market and is available to art lovers worldwide. It is not illegal, it is art.
An impressive exhibition was opened recently in "Tobu World Square" theme park, which is in Nikko, Japan. The theme park contains over a hundred 1:25 scale models of famous buildings, including UNESCO-designated World Cultural and Heritage Sites, complete with 140,000 1:25 miniature people. You can even find WTC twin towers here.
Do your earbuds behave in the same way? Mine drive me nuts.
Awesome pictures of post-apocalyptic Tokyo. Hopefully, just the creator's fantasy.
These crabs don't give a darn about their "healthy food" image. They enjoy smoking.
You know these characters very well, but have you ever seen them looking so-o-o-o different?
Sounds weird, but makes sense as you look at these guitar-shaped swimming pools.
These tattoos are definitely artwork, though some of them are frightening and some are really beautiful. Would you agree to imprint any of these on your skin?
Two carriages of a passenger train fell into a river on Thursday, August 19, after floods knocked out a bridge in southwestern China. They swept 200 meters down the river. No casualties were reported and no one was missing, as all 1,300 passengers had been ordered off the train before it derailed. Terrible experience for these people.
Iron Tyson's abandoned villa looks a bit messy, but I wouldn't refuse to see after this house for a month or so.
This odd baby was created by the artist Jason Clay Lewis with the help of vinyl rubber, mohair, plaster, oil paint and aluminum armature. The artwork, called the Drill Baby, was inspired by oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. That's why the baby has the tattoos of oil covered seaguls and pelicans and even Virgin Mary holding a dripping gas nozzle.
This is the day-to-day reality in Rio de Janeiro.
I don't understand what he's saying, but the people in there seems to like him...
" life is a playground, and? want to find someone to play with... "
This video is a little scary to weaker people, but is very intriguing. It is difficult to imagine how this dog was able to swallowed something like this...
Besides a Bitchslap and a Hickey, somebody got to eat a whole Wasabi roll.