Today's teens won't even know what the half of stuff in these pictures is for.
Mart Virkus created this awesome picture depicting some of the great characters and movie scenes which were nominated this year at the Oscars. How many of them can you recognize?
I think Darwin would agree with most of these representations if he was alive.
Guys from Last Lemon depicted through these pictures what important jobs cats do around the house.
A redditor asked his wife to draw a map of her thoughts and she obliged. Here is what she came up with and you will definitely want to see this!
Artist, Julie Ann who was tired of all the usual fluffy, romantic Valentines Day cards for sale in stores so she decided to create some “Anti-Valentine’s Day” cards of her own. The result is super fun.
When you're a kid everything seems different and you got your own creative explanations.
If you have some job interviews ahead of you, just use these tips. At least, you'll have a good laugh ;)
Brian Joseph Davis thought he would have a hand at interpreting popular literary characters as police sketches and it is quite interesting to see what he came up with.
Alex Solis is a Chicago artist who imagined this fun mash-up series called “Icons Unmasked” where he illustrates pop culture characters taking off their masks to reveal their “true” identities.
Jaemy Choong is the man behind these movie poster concepts that show the original poster outside of its normal frame.