Whoever said that food and fashion don’t mix obviously haven’t seen these dainty and appetizing hats by MaorZabar Hats. Granted, the concept is strange and a bit far out, but the execution is just gorgeous.
You can create all sorts of awesome sculptures and structures with LEGO. From models of cars and buildings to carnivals and landmarks, the sky’s the limit, as long as you have the right bricks and enough creativity.
It’s about time someone made this Disney Princesses and Star Wars mash-up happen.
What makes it even more fitting is the fact that Disney actually owns the Star Wars franchise now. If they decided to do a Star Wars Princess edition, then I’m sure they could make it happen, although they’ll probably annoy a huge legion of fans on both sides of the fence in the process.
The relationship might be over. But the memories (or scars) from it will live on. If not in your heart, then in your mind.
I think that can be said in Sebastian Errazuriz’s case, as he drew inspiration from past relationships and ex-lovers for his new series called 12 Shoes for 12 Lovers.
Marketers (and Redditors) use “click bait” titles like the one above because they work to drive traffic and interest in seeing what lays beyond. Of course, there’s a fine line between an exciting headline and an outright exaggeration of the truth, and most click bait pieces belong in the latter.
Prepare to have all your favorite memories from childhood invaded by none other than Grumpy Cat. She’s a huge sensation on the interwebs and people young and old recognize her as the cat from “that meme.”
Squirrels might be tiny, but they can be huge pests sometimes. However, for people who don’t live in countries where they’re commonly spotted, they’re among the most adorable mammals ever. Although they can be destructive sometimes, they’re also heroes in their own little way.
You’re going to wish you thought of this first after seeing the awesome gallery below.
Redditor hamburgersandwiches and his fiance got married last Saturday (so they’re husband and wife now) and have released to the universe some of the coolest and kookiest engagement photos ever.
When I first heard of Facebook, Friendster was still all the rage. I didn’t care much for it and only went online on Facebook because somebody gave me these virtual pets that you were supposed to take care of.
Has anyone ever told you that you’ve always got your head in the clouds? Daydreaming isn’t a bad thing because it stimulates your imagination, just as long as you don’t lose sight of reality.
If people stopped dreaming, they’d stop thinking outside of the box and unusually amazing art installations like Cloud Pink wouldn’t come to be.
Disney has always dressed up their princesses in the fanciest, girliest of threads – with a few exceptions of course, including the time when Ariel still had her tail and when Merida was being, well, Merida.
There seems to be a lot of Disney-themed art these days featuring everyone’s favorite subjects: the princesses. One that’s currently making the rounds is a gallery of them twerking, but I figured I’d skip that to avoid ruining everyone’s childhood.
Brands, brands everywhere! If you’re tired of seeing brands and logos plastered on everything these days, then why not go generic? Chris did and he did it in the most unusual way possible when he threw a generic birthday party for his wife.
Art museums aren’t exactly the most exciting places to visit, especially for kids. Sure, there’s a lot of great art to be seen, but there’s not much fun to be had since all you can do is look and not touch.
Princesses have it all. Or do they?
All of Disney’s tales end with happily-ever-afters. They are called ‘fairy tales’, after all. Dina Goldstein decided to inject a bit of reality into their stories though and came up with this series, which she aptly dubbed Fallen Princesses.
One-eyed sunglasses? Square un-rolling pins? Keyboards with pins sticking out of them? These are just some of the things that Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso has transformed for his very unusual series called Improbability, where everyday objects are turned into their highly unlikely counterparts.