These are some amazing photographs of celebrities done in tintype fashion. Victoria Will is the amazing photographer behind these works. It’s weird looking at the photo of Philip Seymour-Hoffman now. Check out Victoria’s website here.
You ever see a piece of art, and instantly know that you need it hanging in your living room? Well, looking at this is one of those moments for me. The bassist for the popular band, Death Cab For Cutie, celebrated the Seahawks victory by creating this picture of Marshawn Lynch made entirely from skittles. Amazing.
90′s cartoons… Is there anything better? I could watch Hey Arnold! all day, every day. Thanks to Isaiah Stephens, we have an idea of what our favorite 90′s cartoon characters would look like all grown up. Check out all of the images in the series here.
Polish tattoo artist Kamil Czapiga uses pointillism to create these amazingly detailed pieces of body art. He draws inspiration from Slavic mythology, nature, wildlife, and fantasy when creating his tattoos. If you’re interested in getting some work done by Kamil you will have to travel to to the Polish city of Katowice. Check out his work below.
This isn’t the first time we’ve shared the work of the Honest Slogans blog, but we figured it was time for an update because they’ve added quite a few since the last time. Stay up to date with Honest Slogans on their blog, here.
I was going to title this post: 9 Awesome Pics of a Pack of Tigers, but then I thought to myself, “What the shit do you call a group of tigers? Is it a pack? Or a pride maybe?” So I Googled it. Apparently, groups of tigers don’t have a proper name because tigers are never in groups in the wild or in captivity. Perhaps such is why this photo set is so captivating. Check out these amazing photographs from an even more amazing Flickr photostream belonging to Flickr user Zhouyousifang.
I don’t know how he does it, but some photographer named Howard has found a way to photograph seagulls in mid-flight. The resulting photographs are pretty stunning; especially the ones that were captured over New York City. I want to see two things from Howard (aka HOWLD) in the future: more pictures of seagulls mid-flight and a video showing how he does it. But for now, just enjoys these shots.
Take a look at some vintage surfing photos taken in Australia during the 60′s and 70′s by photographer John Witzig. They are a dope reminder of how far the sport has come over the years.
Hallelujah! Someone finally made some candles I actually want to display in my home. Etsy store owner DMAGIC has created a series of religious inspired Pop Culture candles that feature iconic characters from your favorite movies and TV shows. Walter White, Christopher Walken, Kenny Powers, Nic Cage, and Ryan Gosling are all depicted as saints on the front. So throw out your “Midnight Jasmine” Yankee Candle and grab a few of these.