Ultimate Pirate Ship Bedroom

A six-year-old boy in Minnesota is the envy of all with a pirate bedroom designed by Steve Kuhl. It features a floating pirate ship high on the wall, a spiral slide, a rope bridge, a jail cell, and a closet accessible from overhead!

Honda - The Cog

Real Life Superman

EXCLUSIVE! Briana Lee Photoshoot

How to Make Cool Paper Planes

Show them you still have all the skills by helping the kids make these beauties. Learn how to make 12 great paper airplane designs with free, easy to follow animated instructions!

Choose your paper plane design: The Glider, The Silke, The Canard, The Delta, The Shuttle, The Gomez, The Locked, The Hawkeye, The Triplane, The Needle and The Little Nicky.

Recycled Celebrities by Jason Mecier

Jason has spent over 10 years creating outrageous 3-D mosaic portraits of his favorite pop culture icons. Each portrait is created from the celebrities own discarded objects and junk such as broken sunglasses, make-up, gum wrappers, jewelry, deodorant, shoes, and other items. Famous faces like Lady Gaga, Andy Warhol, Pink, Donald Trump, The White Stripes and a lot more have been chiseled out of trash.

Jason Mecier lives and works in San Francisco. He fervently hopes one day to trade art with Marilyn Manson, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jane Seymour and Yoko Ono.

Concept vehicle illustrations by Vadim Gousmanov

Concept truck designs by Slava Kazarinov

James Chung concept vehicle designs

Concept vehicle by Aaron Beck

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Concept motorcycle design by Jessada Sutthi

Jessada on cghub.
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Aurelien Francois concept vehicle

Concept art by Aurelien Francois. Cool new automobile company Local Motors is holding Terra Prix 2085, a Concept Art Design competition, will challenge the imagination of designers and celebrate great conceptual design. It is the first Local Motors design competition that will be judged by a panel of judges, and who better to judge the competition than Scott Robertson, Syd Mead, Harald Belker and Daniel Simon! 

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Concept vehicle art by John Frye

Concept vehicles by Andrew Ley

Concept vehicle design by Turi Cacciatore


Greg Mirzoyan - Bombing down the salt mine in Poland.

Volkswagen's Single seated Car

This will beat all the low fuel consumption cars in the world  ! 

NEW CAR- FOR $600------- New Single Seat VW (INR:: 27965 Rs) 

Trying to be someone else

Movie poster remake

Structural use of books

Malawi Boy Builds Windmill Out of Junk

William Kamkwamba of Malawi was expelled from his high school for non-payment. At 14 years old he went to the library and started reading an American textbook called 'Using Energy.' People thought the kid was nuts. Turns out he was just a genius.
Mr Kamkwamba, who is now 22 years old, knocked together a turbine from spare bicycle parts, a tractor fan blade and an old shock absorber, and fashioned blades from plastic pipes, flattened by being held over a fire…

Soon the whiz kid’s 12-watt wonder was pumping power into his family’s mud brick compound…

Out went the paraffin lanterns and in came light bulbs and a circuit breaker, made from nails and magnets off an old stereo speaker, and a light switch cobbled together from bicycle spokes and flip-flop rubber.

Before long, locals were queuing up to charge their mobile phones…

19 Greatest Movie Cars of All-Time

It’s a scientific fact that even the worst films can be improved by 200% if there is a cool car in it. And it’s not difficult to work out why – we love cars. Simple. We just can’t get enough of them. Sure, they may be destroying our planet and cost us a packet to run, but how else are you get from A to B in style? Public transport? Do us a favour. Walking? Get lost!

Besides, everyone knows that owning a cool car makes you 60 times more attractive to the opposite sex. You can’t argue with those odds.

So in honour of our four-wheeled friends, we have come up with coolest cars ever to appear in movies. It was a difficult task. Let’s just say, there is a load of movies with cars in them. But just so you know, Driving Miss Daisy does not feature on this list.

Billabong Brand Commercial

Aston Martin One-​​77 Limited Edition

Imag­ine only a lim­ited 77 Aston-​​Martin One-​​77 super­cars will be built for the mar­ket where some of these cars will exist only as cher­ished museum pieces…

A History of the Title Sequence

M-​​Org Organic Bike by Molyanov Michael V

Brave or Oblivious?! Cow Navigates a Field Full of Crocodiles

Accord­ing to pho­tog­ra­pher Robert Mooney, who took the photo in The Pan­tanal, a trop­i­cal wet­land in Brazil, the cow appeared to walk directly towards the croc­o­diles after wan­der­ing away from its herd in search of food. He said that he, «was amazed the cow dared to stroll among the crocs with such appar­ent ease.» (Robert Mooney /​ Solent News & Photo Agency)

Tiger Mom

Remote Control Car Race Goes Horribly Wrong

Portal Orange Juice Prank

Serious Messages in Advertising

The whole point of any advertisement nowadays is to capture the attention of people whatever topic it may be. We’ve compiled a list of some examples here, which have a very important and serious message, which will hopefully makes all of us think about these matters, which usually in our daily life we completely forget.

Feel free to tell us what you think about these, and thank you once again for reading the blog.

Water Towers Transformed into Houses

One thing all old water towers have in common is that once their original purpose ceases to be important, they quickly turn into eyesores. Yet, on the other hand, their historic and cultural significance prevents them from being torn down. A dilemma? Not for creative architects, city planners and communities considering an altogether new purpose, as these seven examples show.

Sunset Beach Water Tower, California

12 Funny Mona Lisa Recreations

Mona Lisa, one of the most famous paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, was a subject of many disputes. Who is the mysterious woman in the picture, why is she smiling like that, is it maybe Leonardo himself as a woman or his alter ego; were just some of the questions that were asked by the connoisseurs of his art. We may never get the true answers to these questions but we can give our own version and even do a remake of the picture as we perceive it.

Van Diesel may be one of the possible answers to this puzzle, or not… You decide whether he is a better Mona Lisa then the real one.

World Press Photo Winners 2011

World Press Photo is an independent, non-profit organization based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Founded in 1955 the organization is known for holding the world's largest and most prestigious annual press photography contest. The awards ceremony is held in the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam. After the contest, the prizewinning photographs are assembled into a traveling exhibition that is visited by over a million people in 40 countries. A yearbook presenting all prizewinning entries is published annually in six languages. 

The World Press Photo jury announced their choices for the best press photos published in 2010. A record number of 108,059 images was submitted to the contest, and the number of participating photographers was 5,847, representing 125 different nationalities. 

Model of San Francisco Made Using 100000 Toothpicks

After 35 years and 100,000 toothpicks, Scott Weaver completed this amazing sculpture of San Francisco he calls “Rolling Through the Bay.” We think Mr. Weaver wins.
The piece took Mr. Weaver over 3,000 hours, and as This Is Colossal notes, "The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple 'tours' that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco."And these aren't just any toothpicks you get at your neighborhood Italian restaurant. Weaver sourced these out from around the world. He says, "I have used different brands of toothpicks depending on what I am building. I also have many friends and family members that collect toothpicks in their travels for me. For example, some of the trees in Golden Gate Park are made from toothpicks from Kenya, Morocco, Spain, West Germany and Italy. The heart inside the Palace of Fine Arts is made out of toothpicks people threw at our wedding."

Beautiful Examples of Selective Color Photography

Selective color is a post-processing technique where most of a photo is converted to black and white, but some parts are left in color. This is usually achieved by using layers and masks in Photoshop. Black and white photography can give very powerful meaning to a photo, but sometimes a bit of color makes it truly outstanding. 

The selective color technique emphasizes parts of the photo and draws more attention to the subject. It can turn your plain photo into a real work of art. Here are 50 outstanding examples of such photographs. Enjoy!

Absolutely Stunning Gothic Photo Manipulations

Making excellent use of stock photography whilst blending other elements using either Photoshop, SAI and Painter please enjoy this absolutely stunning collection of dark and gothic photo manipulations. As always please let us know which is your favourite in the comments below!

Awesome People Hanging Out Together

This blog is brilliant! It’s called Awesome People Hanging Out Togetherand it’s basically just photos of famous folks having a good time with each other. Famous people…they’re just like us!

Michael Jackson & Steven Tyler

Airigami Balloon Sculptures by Larry Moss

Vincent van Gogh used paint. Auguste Rodin worked in bronze. Larry Moss shapes air with the use of balloons. Moss's unusual art has been displayed in 12 countries on four continents. His achievements have been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records and Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Amongst his many unusual balloon sculptures, which he has termed Airigami, is a series of famous pieces of fine art recreated with latex balloons. Airigami, which translates as the fine art of folding air, and his fragile masterpieces are by far the most detailed balloon sculptures I have ever seen.

Realistic Ninja Turtles Characters

With rumors of a new live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie on the horizon, artist Dave Rapoza shows us a more graphic interpretation of some of the characters from the classic franchise.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (or simply Ninja Turtles) are a fictional team of four teenage anthropomorphic turtles, who were trained by their anthropomorphic rat sensei in the art of ninjutsu and named after four Renaissance artists. From their home in the storm sewers of New York City, they battle petty criminals, evil megalomaniacs, and alien invaders, all while remaining isolated from society at large. The characters initially appeared in comic books before being licensed for toys, cartoons, video games, films, and other merchandise.During the peak of its popularity in the late 1980s through early 1990s, the franchise gained considerable worldwide success and fame.

Parents Swapping Heads With Their Children

Paul Ripke joined art director Florian Schmucker and post production company POP to create this hilarious series, Grown Ups. The photos are of parents who've swapped heads with their children! While some might find the series slightly disturbing, others may find the hilarity in it.

The Best Ad Prints of 2011

Advertisement is not about creating a boring manual of a product but to say the innovative features of your product in a catchy way. 
But remember, advertising and creativity go hand in hand. Creativity is not about doing extraordinary things simply, it is about doing simple things extraordinarily. An effective advertisement should be funny, clever, and distinctive.
Presented below are creative pieces of graphic design from the world of advertisement which will boggle your minds.

35 Stunning Illustrations by Michael Oswald

The 28 years old Californian illustrator, manipulates the images digitally, transforming reality into exotic illustrations. Michael “Michaelo” Oswald describes is style as ‘photo-manipulation on steroids’ combining unique Photoshop techniques and digital painting. With the exception of the original digital photograph, his work is created entirely on a computer utilizing his knowledge of digital techniques and the traditional art skills he has learned in his younger days.

Crop Circles Advertising

The advertising techniques keeps evolving and popular brands and products keep presenting themselves in new fashions to its customers. The field marketing techniques are used near the airports to attract the viewership of those traveling in skies bringing a natural looking yet inspiring way to advertise. Some of these sights are breathtaking due to the vastness and perfect finishing over large fields. Have a look. 

Beautiful Dollar Origami Art By Craig Sonnenfeld

Craig Sonnenfeld creates amazing origami art by folding real dollar bills. The artist carefully folds money to resemble familiar objects and animals. It takes an hour or two for him to produce this masterwork. Most of the pieces are made from only one bill with no cutting or glue or anything. 

Wooden Miniature Motorcycles

An Ukrainian artist Vyacheslav Voronovich transformed his dream into a form of art by creating attractive and unmatched bikes out of wood, which is eco-friendly. Voronovich's creations seem to be so realistic that you would spontaneously want to grab one, or may be more. His ever growing hobby of creating miniature pieces of art was actually inspired by miniatures he had seen online. Curious to see if he could make a miniature out of wood, Voronovich made a 1:12 scale wooden motorcycle and has been sticking to it ever since. 
"It was precisely at that time as a kid that I started dreaming about having a bike of my own, but I never had the opportunity. Yet, my interest in motorcycles never actually subsided, it just became deeper and deeper. At the same time, I enjoyed wood carving and making various wooden artifacts. I was and am to this day particularly fond of miniature handmade articles," Vyacheslav says. 

Renaissance Portraits of Modern Day Celebrities

Have you ever think of how would celebs look like in Renaissance? Such interesting idea came to minds of photographers and designers and they created special gallery with different Celebrities in renaissance art pictures. So, this photoset will show you celebrities painted as renaissance man and women from 14th- 17th century.
Emma Watson

Shapes of Flames by Pol Tergejst

I was always fascinated with the shape of flames. I often ask myself what are flames actually made of, what kind of material is that. Pol Tergejst is an artist from Ekaterinburk, in Russia, who decided to play with fire, literally. He uses flame shapes to create some kind of flame-shape paintings, he composes different images of them. All this involves a lot of photographing.Here you can see a small collection of his artworks where he tried to be creative and use the flames, burned matches, and smoke in order to create unique artworks.

Graffiti Street Art by MTO

MTO, a graffiti and street-art artist from Berlin (DE) creates spectacular grayscale murals of pop culture icons. If you are in Berlin don’t miss the chance to see some works in real. For that MTO has made a map of his spots.