Artistic work is limitless. In the current age of technology, it is no wonder that digital art has become popular. Take a look at the amazing photos in this post and you’ll see why. They are truly works of art.
Here’s an interesting observation.
Look closely at the newspaper.
This driver should do something about his driving skills…
I know that workers won’t be very happy about what he’s done :)
Based on the photos in this post, it would seem that the month of May brings out the best and the worst in people. From times of utter jubilation to the depths of despair, the month of May seems to have it all. One would think that in springtime, all would be glorious.
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Each of them is amazing, smart, and hilarious. In other words: three in one :)
The author is Glenn Jones who’s obviously got a lot of imagination.
Now check out these designs, you won’t regret it ;)
Meet Victor, a fashion consultant and personal stylist for famous and powerful people in Spain.
When you post a classified ad on the Internet, you never know who will respond…
Other posts about emails, some are fakes and some are real, but all are funny:
Some of the photos look as if they were photoshopped but it is only a natural phenomenon, although very rare. It is mostly observed in Northern Australia's Gulf of Carpentaria. As you can see, the cloud looks like a roll. It can be up to 1000 kilometres long, 1 to 2 kilometres high, and can move at speeds up to 60 kilometres per hour.
The morning glory cloud is truly impressive!
I would have loved to have such a work place in my room when I was a kid, especially when your father himself is making it for you :))
This is one lucky kid!
Don’t worry, there is nothing nsfw in this post, just facts and numbers about Internet pornography :)
You might be surprised by the statistics compiled in this big infographic picture but don’t forget that porn is an insanely huge industry that pulls in billions of dollars throughout the whole world… each year!
Now watch/read and learn.
PS: I’m sure some of you are a part of those stats ;))
More infographic pictures over here:
The road you’ll see in the pictures lies between two Russian Northern cities: Ukhta and Naryan-Mar. And there’s a single road between these two cities. It can’t even be called a "road", it’s a joke. But truck drivers don’t have another choice.
The funny thing is that Ukhta is an important industrial city with plenty oil wells and as we know, oil=money. What’s funny is that oil companies are too greedy to give money to build a good road, plus it’s in their interests…
Now let’s look at this infamous road.
Apart from being completely horrible, they are extremely funny as well :)
Normally, I don’t like any kind of tattoos. I think it’s not really doing any good for your body visually, but hey to each their own.
But these typographic tattoos are just awesome. I wouldn’t do it to myself but it really looks great, especially on girls’ bodies ;)
These posters are part of a project called "Music Philosophy" created by designer Mico.
He combines the most known lyrics of famous songs and put them together with graphics.
You can even download them as wallpaper for you iPhone.
The link to his website is below the pictures.
A real product is never the same on the picture and in a real life.
So, be careful when you buy something ;)
Here’s a great example of actual size fail.
That’s what really happened in the Garden of Eden ;)
Check it out.
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The U.S. Air Force is undoubtedly one of the most powerful air forces in the world. As these incredible photos show, the aerobatics alone are enough to be intimidating. From the latest Stealth bombers to the super secret spy planes, this air force has it all.
After you read this comic, you’ll know why :)
Another funny comic:
This is the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health (LRCBH) that opened last year on July 13 in Las Vegas.
Among its founders are Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kevin Spacey and John Cusack. The Center is about 65,000 sq ft and its cost is $70 million.
I just love the design of the building!
The pictures say it all ;))
China, the most populated country in the world, continues to absorb Western culture. The chains of American fast-food restaurants pop up like mushrooms after the rain, American supermarkets and bars are opened, more American music, products and brands are sold. And after the Olympics of 2008 that took place in China, more and more students have started actively learning English language. So, it is safe to say that China is undergoing Americanization.
Take a look at the pictures.
Our planet is an amazing natural cradle. The plains, deserts, volcanoes, canyons, tropical forests and other natural wonders - this post is devoted to all this beauty.
Charles Peterson is the author of these watercolor prints called The Memories.
He says that he draws them from what he remembers from his childhood, that these are "reflections" of his life.
I like his artworks, they are truly amazing.
Photographer Franco Banfi shows us the amazing beauty of the underwater world of the Swiss lake Sassolo, formed by the run-off of the Alps surrounding it.
The lake's ice formations are incredible.
Some cool pictures showing Mother Nature at her best await you inside the post.
If you want to see some personalized sneakers take a look at this post. There is everything from Michael Jackson to the Simpsons. I suppose you can get a pair of super sneakers with practically anything you want on them from celebrities to your favorite cartoon character.
On May 31, a huge sinkhole formed in the centre of Guatemala City after the area was hit by the tropical storm Agatha.
Thanks to reader Ain for sharing this news with us and sending the links. These photos were taken ashore Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Rescuers dragged the moose out of the water after people called for help, as the beast seemed to be unable to do it by itself. Apparently, according to the local hunters, this place is kind of ‘hypnotic’ and makes the moose ‘sleepy’. Let’s call it the good deed of the day…
I love this set of old photos with all these great stunts. Maybe stunts today seem more spectacular but they don’t have that thing that makes them believable and in most cases computer graphics are used.
Here, there’s no green screen or security equipment. They only have two options: whether they succeed or they fail. Real daredevils from back then.
Richard Schindler, an aerial acrobat notorious for his foolhardy stunts, practices one of his tricks.
I like video games too, but I think it is not a brilliant idea to imprint on your skin your favourite video game hero. I must admit though, that some of these tattoos look really good.
But I also think that at one point of their lives, these people will regret them.