These are some of the most hipster images ever. According to some, all it takes to be a hipster is to wear plaid shirts and Rayban sunglasses and drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. For others, it means gentrification, cultural elitism or insincerity and the over-use of irony.
In probably the weirdest and most unsettling commemoration of Movember (mustache November) that we’ve seen yet, blogger and illustrator Adam Ellis has created a series of images of Disney princesses with lush beards. Did you ever wonder what Jasmine might look like with a long, black beard tied with ribbons, or how Cinderella would look with a robust mustache? No? Well that’s too bad, because what you are about to see cannot be unseen.
By injecting 21st century gadgets into famous historical artworks, the “Art x Smart” project by Korean illustrator Kim Dong-Kyu takes us to a utopian reality where ancient and modern times meet. Apart from being absurdly funny, these works also draw attention to our relationship with new technologies and their influence on modern society.
Halloween’s coming up, and Bored Panda’s got you covered. Now that you’ve got your pets dressed up for Halloween, here are some kids’ Halloween costume ideas to inspire you as well. Even if you don’t have kids, you’ll appreciate the creativity behind some of these costumes. Some are based on pop-culture icon references like Harry Potter or Breaking Bad, while others, like the old lady toddler, are timeless classics.
If a pet’s Halloween costume is both creative and comfortable for our animal friends to wear, both we and our pets can enjoy it. The ways in which these pet owners have approached decking out there animals is as diverse as the pets and animal owners themselves. Some matched the pets to costumes based on the color of their pets’ skin or fur, while others made them resemble pop culture characters that were based on their species in the first place.
After Norwegian comedy singer duo Ylvis ignited the world’s interest in sounds that animals make with “What Does The Fox Say?,” other artists have begun exploring these questions more in-depth. English artist James Chapman has created a series of comics comparing how different languages around the world write down the sounds that some of our favorite animals make. The panels are a delight to see, with bright colors and cute animals. The comparisons between languages are also interesting, no matter what your native language is.
Just yesterday, award-winning U.S. photographer and animal trainer Carli Davidson published her book “Shake.” The much-awaited photo collection features close-up portraits of dogs in all of their drooling glory. The series is hilarious because it gives us an unexpected (and funny-looking) glance at the subjects’ personalities. Lips smack, ears flop, and drool flies.
Honest Slogans publishes company logos with hilarious slogans that represent how consumers might actually see the company instead of how it wants to be seen. Pepsi’s logo reminds us of its constant battle with Coca Cola for market share, while Google, assured of its dominance, dares us to just try and use another search engine.
The latest in a recent flurry of excellent baby and maternity photo shoots is Daddy’s Little Prop, in which Anthony Stuart and his lovely associate (and wife) create a baby out of thin air. The shoot is set up to look like a traditional magic show, with Stuart in a magician’s getup and his wife dressed in a racy assistant’s outfit. The couple’s sense of humor is what makes the series to fun – the wife looks surprised (or shocked) at the baby inside of her, while the dad looks proud of his work.
Here are 20 awesome Halloween food ideas for revolting-yet-delicious treats and meals you can serve for your guests. What’s awesome about these foods is that they all sound delicious but also look absolutely disgusting or terrifying. Whether it’s a platter of sticky stuffed roaches, some zombie brain jello shots, or a baby cake that stares directly into your soul, these recipes are sure to wreak delicious havoc among your guests.
At BridesThrowingCats.com, cats continue their supreme, unchallenged domination of the internet. The quirky site takes submissions of photographs of brides throwing their bouquets of flowers to waiting crowds of women and replaces the bouquets with cats. Plain and simple.
These baby photos, jazzed up by artist and new mother Amber Wheeler, are a pleasure to see. Wheeler took simple photos of her baby son dressed in white on a white background and drew in designs with a simple computer illustration program. They put her baby boy everywhere from the open road or a hot air balloon to the final frontier of space.