While most kids see their fathers as heroes, it's the other way around for Alan Lawrence — a father of seven, blogger, and Photoshop master in Utah — who creates beautiful photos of his youngest son “flying” to show that his Down syndrome doesn’t hold him back from spectacular things.
This woman hoarding all the Rice Krispies is Jessica Siskin, aka Misterkrisp, former worker in the fashion industry who traded in clothes for cereal (not literally, as she still wears clothes).
In a world of Photoshop and editing, it’s hard to know what’s real and what’s illusion.
But in this art project titled Metamorphosis, bodypainters Leonie Gené and Joerg Duesterwald collaborated with photographers Laila Pregizer and Uwe Schmida in order to incorporate the human body into various natural landscapes.
And as you can see, they accomplished their mission, as it's nearly impossible to find the model hidden in each shot.
No, you're not wearing 3D glasses or completely tripping out, but looking at this freaky tattoo you probably think that you are.
There has been no shortage of “what color is this random thing?” questions on the Internet this year, but this one is kind of a game-changer.
What do you see when you look at this picture? Most likely purple and orange hearts.
It’s hard to know what’s real and what’s fake on the Internet, and Photoshop makes that even hard to decipher fact from fiction.
Well, there’s no mystery here, as there is no editing — just creative perspective, timing, and natural beauty.
This is what happens if you throw hot water into the air in Antarctica.
Craig and Joan Lyons have known each other for over thirty years, but unknown to Joan, Craig had always been in love with her.
Normally papercuts aren’t a good thing, but they are when it comes to Rich McCor (aka @paperboyo) as he travels around giving famous landmarks a new look with his paper cutouts of iconic Disney characters…and a few other friends.
Finding Nemo at Auditorium in Glasgow, Scotland.
Damien Walters is a gymnast, a stuntperson for films like The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Kingsman: The Secret Service, 47 Ronin, and Skyfall, and a crazy person. You would have to be a crazy person to propose a stunt that would have you flipping over a Formula E race car driving directly towards you at 62 miles an hour.
But wait! You’re not just flipping, but backflipping, so you can’t even see the car coming. Well, that’s what he did. And although it’s an overly used expression, you have to see it to believe it.