Shadow of Knives: Awesome Silhouette Art Cut Out of Butcher Knives

In this sharp series by Chinese artist Li Hongbo, butcher knives are transformed into works of art. Created with an intention of spreading the message that “human beings will eventually destroy themselves because of their gluttony and their abuse of animals”, Hongbo created silhouette shapes as metal sculptures in the blades. The butcher knives were on display in his solo exhibition.

Iconic Western Stories & Fairy Tales Get an Eastern Makeover

South Korean illustrator Na Young Wu has been re-imagining western characters and fairy tales in a delightfully eastern fashion. From the Little Mermaid to Little Red Riding Hood, you’ve never seen the classics like this before. Using the Korean “manhwa” style, she gives each iconic story a makeover using traditional Korean costumes, hairstyles and themes.

Using Stuff From Around The Office, These Hilarious Colleagues Replicated Famous Art Works

While most of us just use gchat or scroll our social feeds while we’re bored at work, these employees had a much more creative idea. At their Squarespace office in NYC, they decided to use objects around the workplace, their imaginations, and themselves to remake famous art pieces. Started by co-workers Francesco Fragomini and Chris Limbrick, they called the project Fools Do Art and have been continually adding to it on their breaks. Now their colleagues have joined in on the fun as they re-enact their own favorite art pieces as well as suggested submissions from all over the Earth.

Photographer Builds Detailed Sets in the Streets of New York (Then Leaves Them for People to Enjoy)

Walk down the street in New York and you could see a living room, bedroom or bathroom right on the sidewalk. It’s an ongoing art project from photographer Justin Bettman and stylist Gozde Eker called Set in the Street. It sees the duo building elaborate sets right out in the open using discarded materials and furniture. In fact, most of their materials are found on the street and have simply changed locations.

Filmed on Super 8, This Retro Video Will Make You Want to Go Outside and Tear It Up

“Ski Boys” is one of those celluloid treats which inspires through its sheer exuberance. This video will make you want to run outside, find some nature and do some high kicks… just for the heck of it. Filmed by the crew at Vancouver, British Columbia film production studio Zenga Bros., the retro masterpiece captures the crew’s antics on an 8-foot toboggan fitted with roller skate wheels, catching air in a flying squirrel suit, and riding a fleet of unusual home-made mutant bicycles.

Genius Guy Wears A Mistletoe Contraption at A Christmas Market in Chicago

Everyone feels more giving at Christmas time and YouTuber Blake Grigsby took this well known fact to his advantage. He created a mistletoe dangling contraption and wore it around the Christkindlmarket in Chicago to collect kisses from strangers. This free outdoor market is a Chicago Christmas staple and attracts many locals and tourists every year. It was the perfect setting for this playful experiment and Grigsby’s video is sure to make you smile.

15 Famous Authors Paired with Shelter Dogs That Look Just Like Them

Mark Twain once famously wrote, “The more I learn about people, the more I like my dog.” We guess he’d be more than happy, then, with Italian photographer Dan Bannino’s dyptichs comparing famous authors to canines which have a striking resemblance. Bannino adopted his dog, Rothko, from a shelter about a year ago, and was soon inspired to create a series to give his shelter companions a voice. He calls the work “Poetic Dogs.”