Check out these insane micro-sculptures all created on the pencils lead tip! You can see more from this incredible artist on ArtWoonz.
These one-shot horror story gifs are spooky and completely mesmerizing! We're completely bewitched by them. Created by the talented Brian Coldrick, you can see more of his incredible work on his Tumblr page.
Back in the late 1800s, a group of French artists imagined what the year 2000 would look like and illustrated all kinds of scientific and everyday inventions they envisioned. These illustrations were called, 'En L'An 2000', and were originally posted onto cigarette/cigar boxes and, later, as postcards. You can view the more of the collection at Wikimedia Commons.
Ever watch a movie and totally spot something random and somehow it ties into the whole movie? Those are hidden easter eggs! Little messages or details are hidden in movies just waiting to be uncovered...
Lesya Guseva is an extremely creative Russian artist. She has taken us through time and space and created a series of illustrations called "Pensioners" in which she gives us a sneak peek at some superheroes, heroes, and even some villains, and what their retirement future might hold for them...
We love smoothies! All the yummy fruits and even veggies sometimes! But how can anyone take smoothies to the next level? Well, first it was blending in superfoods... now it's creating masterpieces out of those superfood right on top of the smoothie!
Hazel Zakariya, the New Zealand-based artist told Vogue, "It all started with a happy accident...I was trying to garnish my soup with coconut cream swirls, but it didn't turn out as planned, so I added some pesto and created a tree." And thus... an idea was born!
Since then, Zakariya has created amazing works of art that not only look incredible, but taste amazing and are super healthy for you! We decided to take a casual scroll through her Instagram feed (which has amassed more than 20,000 followers), we were totally taken away by her amazing skills!
Inspired by the film, Ian Pfaff, a California father of two, spent some time recreating the cars with his wife Emily for their two children Junior, 2, and Benji, 5 months. With a pair of Little Tykes Cozy Coupes and a lot of old junk he had lying around, Pfaff transformed his kids' playtime into Furiosa-fueled fun. He used additional items like an old computer and an espresso machine to liven up the vehicles and make it truly authentic to the film. The tiny tykes vehicle looks like it's straight out of the movie. Spectacular!