Here is the smallest snowman in the world, a microscopic sculpture measuring less than 3 microns. An amusing performance created by Canadian scientists at the Western University , who are demonstrating their nanofabrication process.
After the keyboard, mouse, USB stick and the earrings , KFC Japan continues its promotional campaign by presenting two new WTF gadgets inspired by their famous fried chicken: an iPhone case and a pillow to nap in the shape of a leg of fried chicken! Perfect to go unnoticed in the street or at the office…
If the Google Earth Timelapse project started in 2013, it has just been updated with billions of new satellite images, allowing you to observe the evolution of the world from the sky! You will be able to discover the evolution of the cities, the retreat of the glaciers or the change of the rivers during the last 30 years thanks to a clever interface.
Western Village is an abandoned amusement park in Japan that will make you think about the Westworld series, with a nice post-apocalyptic touch in addition.
A few months ago we were talking about Niceballs , a pair of silicone balls to hang under your desk. This very twisted concept, originally conceived as a simple joke by the agency Imaginarte , has met such a massive success that this gadget is now becoming reality thanks to a Kickstarter campaign .
The hyperrealistic cakes of Debbie Goard , aka Debbie Does Cakes , an American confectioner specialized in the creation of sculpted cakes with incredible realism: burger, bottle of champagne, camembert, newspaper, pizza, animals and so on… A table!
The adorable culinary creations by Li Ming , aka Bento Monsters , a Singapore-based mom who prepares creative and very kawaii meals for her two children… Enjoy your meal!
I invite you to discover the amusing and unusual street photography of Bryan Stokely , an American photographer based in New York, who captures the funny scenes of everyday life and the amazing visual associations created by chance.
Here is what a simple drop of seawater looks like when enlarged 25 times. This pretty impressive image, taken in 2014 by the photographer David Liittschwager , will surely make you forget the desire of swallowing a mouthful!
In line with the conceptual creations of Tony Futura , I invite you to discover the work of Francesco Vullo , a young Italian artistic director who mixes everyday objects, famous paintings and references to pop culture to create amusing and offbeat images.
Anatomical Lingerie? After the amazing ” Guts Swimsuit – A strange swimsuit to reveal your guts “, it is now the turn of the British designer and creative Elle Haswellart to imagine a lingerie set entitled ” Why are you so afraid of your own anatomy? “, inspired by the drawings of anatomy books.
This is probably what animals would look like if Minecraft invaded the real life. With his Animal Cube project, the Indonesian Aditya Aryanto is having fun giving cubic and geometric shapes to animals using a lot of Photoshop.
” Inedible “, an excellent series of strange imaginary recipes created by artist TQ Lee , who transforms everyday objects into exciting recipes yet inedible… Socks iced with wax, mud cake, bowl of LEGO or teddy bears tacos and frozen tampon: bon appetit!
Some weed designed especially for the creatives? This is the amazing and unlikely idea of the American agency TDA Boulder , who designed Fifty Weed , a collection of three different cannabis to boost creativity: Conceptive Indica for designers, Strategy Hybrid for strategic planners and Coding Sativa for the developers.
What if this year, you give a hipster look to your Christmas Nativity scene? Here is the Hipster Nativity Set , which adds many modern elements to the traditional nativity scene, such as organic food, glasses, mustaches, Starbucks coffee, smartphone, selfie, or the Magi delivering Amazon Prime packages.