While most of us struggle to make a pancake that doesn’t tear when we try to flip it, illustrator and math teacher Nathan Shields — who is currently living as a stay-at-home day — turns this breakfast staple into edible works of art for his two kids (and hundreds of thousands of fans).
Like many other young people, Dotan Negrin was dissatisfied with his post-college life. He jumped around from one 9-5 grind after another, never finding anything that fulfilled him creatively.
It looks like something out of a fairy tale: In the middle of a clearing in the forest, a beautiful church made up of trees, growing right out of the ground.
Shamekh Bluwi, an Ammam, Jordan-based illustrator and architect, is creating a striking series of photographs that feature paper cutouts of women whose dresses can become literally anything…
Mobstr, a London street artist, has spent the past year locked in an epic battle with the city council…
When Imgur user atova asked the Internet to help her photoshop a picture of her and a girlfriend, all she wanted was to make the background of a pretty photo a little bit nicer.
They say your thirtieth birthday is one of those “milestone” dates, and for Rafael Mantesso, that couldn’t have been more true — for reasons you wouldn’t expect.
His wife left him. She took their cookware, their furniture, their photos, and their decorations. She left Rafael alone in an empty, all-white apartment.
The only thing she didn’t take was their bull terrier, whom she’d named after her favorite shoe designer: Jimmy Choo.
But instead of dooming and glooming, Mantesso got creative.
The question of whether you’re a a dog person or a cat person is one of our culture’s most divisive quandaries.
And, as most of us know, dog people can let their furry friends roam around outside without any fear.
But for cat people, things aren’t so simple…
Who didn’t love jumping into the plastic ball pit as a kid?
Not that you can’t do that as an adult, but it’s usually frowned upon in most public places (yet another reason not to grow up).
Getting a tattoo is a big commitment. For the most part, it’s putting something on to your body that will be there forever — barring any surgery to remove the inked-on regret.
And for some people with no commitment issues, it’s also a chance to have a little bit of fun and play on words while they play on their skin.
The results? Rather ink-redible. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)
And a little bit fruity.
“Read my lips” takes on a whole new meaning when it’s coming from the mouth of Laura Jenkinson, a hair and makeup artist based in London.