In one of the weirdest Internet art projects we've ever seen, French graphic artist Arthur Coulet has created a Tumblr called the Gluten-Free Museum that removes everything containing gluten from famous classical paintings. Some of the changes are subtle, while others...
its a self explanatory piece.
"see here you have you two pretentious downtown demons exchanging #######.
Alessandro Lauria is an artist and self-thaught painter from Italy who spend his spare time in this way. These satirical portraits are realized on canvas with acriylic colors or temperas.
A social illness has invaded the vernacular of spoken cat language, and we are its carriers.
This hipster barbie Instagram account does a great job of mocking the unoriginal, stereotypical and tremendously "authentic" posts that we see on Instagram every day. Each photo features an avalanche of hashtags and a superficially wise quote with a healthy dose...
Is the world crazy for soccer? Not yet?
Starting from August 14th, the upcoming season of the German league will be broadcast globally.
But how can this sport and the German soccer league grow a fanbase outside of Europe?
This youtube mini series shows...
Hi Bored Pandas,
I'd like to introduce you to the unusual world of artist Julian Quaye.
Describing himself as 'the bastard great great grandson of Beatrix Potter' there is a technical brilliance combined with a strong narrative. Within months...
After spending ten minutes trying to decipher the most inscrutable yoga flyer in the universe, i decided to make a bunch of ridiculous, meaningless flyers and hang them all over Athens, Georgia.
How often do we speak what we actually want to ? Not too often, of course! These honest posters seems to be depicting a few much-less-said yet truths which we all know yet not talk about. And these aren't that serious,...
In 1977 a group of scientist made a shiking discovery...but for national security reasons, goverments across the world kept the information secret...due to their small size lighters talk much faster than people...and for marketing reasons they do it in english. And...