This is the most epic Mac-PC joke. I was crying from laughter when I read this xDDD
The ghost town you’ll see in the pictures can be easily called Silent Hill.
After the jump, we’ll make a little trip there ;)
Funny collection of different moments with beer to start the day with a smile :)
That’s how this woman charges everyone who drives on this road in China.
And if you don’t pay, then it’d be very difficult to drive, moreover, your car can get damaged.
The author of these illustrations called it: “Stuff No One Told Me.” Happily, he learned them anyway ;)
More than 60 days have passed since the explosion of the oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
And the oil and natural gas continue to pour into the ocean, about 60,000 barrels a day. It is better than some time ago – 100,000 barrels…
The governor of Louisiana stated that the damage done goes from $40 to $100 billion…
Here’s a set of the most recent photos from the Gulf.
You can also check out a funny post about British Petroleum:
British Petroleum = British Polluters (59 pics)
As they say, the simplest ideas are the best and this one from George Lee, named ‘Tie Tea’, was about time!
The photos in this post are of sculptures that were made entirely of newspapers and books. The work is by creative artist Nick Georgiou who is from Queens, NY. It is amazing what can be done with a little inspiration and a lot of perspiration.
Watch what eyes can look like when you modify them with Photoshop.
Some are maybe just colored lenses and make-up, I don’t know…
Anyway, it’s truly beautiful.
Other posts about eyes :
The Polaroid photo project had began with a series of photos and its author Jamie Livingston noticed that he had been doing several pictures per day. So he decided to keep a photographic diary taking a single picture a day with his Polaroid camera.
He did it during 18 years (1979 – 1997) until the day he died from cancer. There are more than six thousand Polaroids in his collection, although some of them are missing.
Jamie worked as a cinematographer and editor of music videos for MTV, as well as working on advertisements with Nike, he was also a member of Chris Wangro's circus troupe The Janus Circus.
After his death, his collection was organized into an exhibit called "JAMIE LIVINGSTON. PHOTO OF THE DAY: 1979-1997".
A Chinese boy born one year ago in Shanghai has a rare transverse facial cleft - his skull has a large horizontal section missing. It looks really creepy but the worst thing is that if the corrective surgery is done on him, it may kill him…
Poor little kid :(
One guy sent his picture and asked someone who has Photoshop skills to remove red eyes from his photos… Well, you all know what happened next.
That’s why you should never ever ask help on a forum ;)
A designer from Studio Re-Creation, Nikola Nikolov made out of his Lada Samara Diva a 90 kg transformer ready for action. But I am not sure it can transform back into a car…
Cooper the cat has been taking pictures over a year periodically and there’re plenty of them.
You’re maybe asking yourself how a cat can take pictures, well it’s quite simple with a cat-cam, a small camera that Cooper wears on his neck once a week and that snaps a new photo every two minutes.
Now let’s see what life is about through the eyes of Cooper the cat + some pictures of the cat itself:
The Dads in these photos are away from home and apparently on vacation. Well, Dads everywhere need a little R & R every now and again. Now you get a little insight into what Dads like to do when they are away from home for a little me time ;))
All of these politicians and some athletes are making hand gestures, which can be interpreted as if they were saying: “Mine is bigger,” or not… in some cases ;) So without knowing the context, this kinda looks funny.
The adventure of egg buddies continues with this new set of pictures :)
Every time we discover more and more about their secret life.
Thank you Gerri for sending us links to these pictures. He wrote us in the email: “…it seems like the kinda thing you post,” and you were right :)) It is exactly what we like to post :)
And if you like such kind of artistic work, you will definitely like this:
You can also check out the first part:
The human landscapes of rice cultivation in terraces that follow the natural contours of the escarpments like contour plowing are just amazing. It shows that people’s work together with nature can give some very beautiful results.
Such terraces are a classical feature of the island of Bali, the Banaue Rice Terraces in Benguet, Philippines, and the rice terraced mountains in China.
This old comic about Mickey Mouse and his friend Goofy is talking about them selling Peppo in Africa. Peppo is nothing less than a crank or speed, other words an amphetamine that you can only get in a pharmacy on prescription.
Another beautiful collection of infrared photos.
Check out the previous post, there are some pearls of photography:
This ice fishing trailer is fully equipped to transform your ice fishing into a very comfortable activity without you freezing your ass out there ;)
The board game Candyland has always been popular with kids but apparently someone took it to the extreme. As the photos in this post show, someone made a real life Candyland in their own backyard. The girl’s name who made this work of art is Kan Dee Corner.
The selection of the best demotivational posters of this month so far.
You can also check out our previous collections:
Here is another set of great ads. But this time they are not humorous but shocking.
I think the shock factor is the best to attract people’s attention, at least it worked for me :)
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A fissure has formed on the ground in one Chinese city and the most surprising thing is some sort of foam started to coming out from there. For now, no one knows what this is.