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Photoshop was one of my favorite procrastination tools in college. Anytime I had an important paper to write or test to study for, I would use it to superimpose my head on to Sports Illustrated swimsuit models’ bodies for Spring Break motivation. Unfortunately I never reached the skill level of these talented Redditors. If you are a photoshop expert or just enjoy the magical humor that photoshoppers bring, allow me to introduce you to an amazing sub-reddit: r/photoshopbattles. [Read more...]
Put on some sunscreen and get ready for the most hilarious puppet show since Sesame Street. Find out what happens when a full sized human baby playing a middle aged woman has a little too much to drink in a vacation town for puppets in Johannes Nyholm’s amazingly choreographed video. Las Palmas takes you on a journey to a tropical land of make-believe where an inebriated baby is just flat out hilarious. Nyholm, a Swedish director, is a creative genius and has ensured that every little detail in this short film is just perfect. [Read more...]
If you’ve ever wished you could have a classic painting in your home that only museums are worthy of, now you can! Better yet- YOU can be the star of the painting! 18th.me is an online shop that delivers a hand-painted, re-faced, classic to your door step. Here’s how it works. Choose your favorite painting from the collection, send them a picture posing as closely to the original as possible, then just sit back and relax. A team of artists will paint your re-faced creation and it will be in your hands within 4-6 weeks. [Read more...]
Do you long for the cool air of a dense forest, the dusty path of a long hiking trail or the warm experience of cooking over an evening campfire? If so, then look no further than Campfire Cologne. This new designer scent is sure to take you back to those woodsy places with just the strike of a match… even if you and your beard are stuck in an office. [Read more...]
Like a mashup between classic statues of Greek Olympians and their modern day counterparts, the collages of Jen Ullrich are seriously clever and plenty ridiculous too. Ullrich takes photographs of classic statues and pastes elements of them over magazine clippings of athletes in action – in doing so, he matches up their figures with a deft mastery almost equal to that of his subjects. Because of his smart choice to cover the modern day figures faces, his subjects get a classic treatment which obscures their identity while giving them a decidedly stoney demeanor. [Read more...]
How do you make a hammer for delicate jobs? Maybe you could make it out of glass. That’s the crazy logic behind many of the creations you’ll find here, defying any sense of reality or possibility of real use. From the warped mind of the late french artist Jacques Carelman, the objects you see here began with his 1969 Catalogue d’Objets Introuvables (Catalog of Impossible Objects) which emulated and parodied the style of the mail order catalog in his own bizarre fashion. In creating his whimsical objects he provided an entertaining commentary on modern society [Read more...]