It’s a Sad World After All: A Post-Apocalyptic Vision of Disney World

There are few places more creepy than an abandoned amusement park, and “the happiest place on earth” is no exception. DeviantArt artist eledoremassis02 has captured Orlando’s Disney World and transformed it into something from a bleak post-apocolyptic future. Gone are the cheerful songs and happy families wandering Main Street or riding the monorail, and in their place are weeds and tropical jungle.

The Easy Way (and the Hard Way) to Make a GIF from a Video

Animated GIFs have been around since CompuServe introduced them in 1987. Since then they’ve been used for everything from MySpace glitter graphics (uggg…), to sweet dance clips, and some really refined cinemagraphs like the one above. While GIFs are everywhere, it’s only a small section of the internet that makes them – so let’s look at two ways you can make a GIF.

Hilariously Subversive Products and Signs Placed to Entertain Random Customers

For months Jeff Wysaski has been covertly placing fake installations into everyday society. He is the creator of the subversive product remixing project, tumblr site, and sometimes fake company, ‘Obvious Plant’ (just think about that name…). At first glance his work seems like everyday book covers, warning signs or wine recommendations – but take a closer look and the jokes on you.

What Happens When You Remove the People from Classic Paintings?

Our eyes have a special place for the human face and figure. In almost any image we see, that’s where our eyes go first. But what if those eye-catching humans were removed? Spanish artist José Manuel Ballester did that with his series “Hidden spaces” (Espacios occultos), removing all the people from classic paintings to reveal the scene left behind. You’ve never noticed the background like this before.

Stunning Images of Maasai Warriors by Lee Howell

A still thriving pastoral tribe in Southeast Africa, the Maasai people inhabit southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania, typically speaking the languages of both countries. The nomadic warriors have been praised for their ability to farm in deserts and scrublands. Without leaving the UK, award-winning photographer and creative retoucher Lee Howell, with the help of US costume designer Stacy Jansen and make-up artist Caroline Stewart, created stunning images of this and other indigenous tribes from around the world. Howell selects the perfect backgrounds to represent the native lands of each tribe and their peaceful symbiotic relationship with the land. The Maasai series is the first of more to come.

Why Did This Woman Use Photoshop to Convince Her Family She Went on a Trip To South East Asia?

Most people that plan a trip to South East Asia… actually go. But not Zilla van den Born. She skipped out on all the travel to create a highly provocative school project that’s making waves around the internet. Why did she do it?

Hello Kitty Takes Over The Wardrobe Of The Avengers

Did you ever wonder what superheroes might look like if elementary school girls could design their costumes? Three Tumblr users who go by the names Dreamstore, Legolas, and Nerdwegian have combined forces to douse The Avengers with pink, sparkles, and Hello Kitty. With 50 shades of pink and bows galore, even the manliest men fail to look intimidating.

Here’s A Double Take: Photographer Merges Two Faces Into One Unreal Portrait

These incredible portraits are quite literally “two-faced.” Croatian photographer Ino Zeljak’s uncanny series Metamorfoza merges the faces of two different people to create impossible yet remarkably realistic portraits.

Watch Out Monsters… These Kids Fight Back

So there’s a monster in the closet? Under the bed? No big deal… at least for the kids in French photographer/digital retoucher Laure Fauvel’s series ‘Terreurs.’ The children in her images are fighting back, and they’re armed.

Photoshop Wiz Dad Places His Adorable Daughters Into Crazy Adventures

IT director by day, Photographer/Photoshop Wizard Extraordinaire by night, John Wilhelm brings his imagination to life with the help of his 3 adorable daughters. At 5.5 years old, Lou is the big sister to toddler Mia (2.8 years old) and infant Yuna (6 months) and all 3 have been excellent participants in helping their daddy realize his wildest ideas. From a giant octopus attack during a scuba diving adventure in the bathtub to wild crocodiles stealing a camera, these girls have survived it all. Playing different roles, like an ancient spaghetti charmer, auto mechanics pumping up Mom’s belly, and Little Red Riding Hood seems to be a blast for these little ones.