The artist, @spacegoose, takes everyday household items you'd find lying around and transforms them into an awesome spacecraft that would have your inner-kid screaming with awe and joy!
Seriously, how cool is this?!
What's cool to you might not be cool to the next person, so make sure you really have a good idea what is in, and what is out.
Feel like absorbing some useless information so you can use it in a conversation and seem super knowledgeable? You've come to right place!
In all honestly, some of these words are pretty cool and we, personally, will be trying to fit the word "Interrobang" into every conversation we have from here on out.
Which word is your new favorite?
Artist from Istanbul, Ahmet Cambaz, creates some of the most beautiful simplistic tattoos. Ahmet Cambaz told Vice Creators, "My tattoos are micro style, geometric, and direct. We are living in a complicated age. That's why I prefer to create minimalist lines in my pieces… Everything is now needing to become simpler." We absolutely love these designs, how about you?
Life in Moments is a really great Twitter account to follow if you're interested in history or just like to see cool images from the pasts. Images such as a woman from the early 1900s riding a scooter (essentially what some folks are currently riding at this very moment). Pretty neat! Or how about that absolutely terrifying Santa Claus from the 1900s?
Helena Fernandes, a Brazilian tattoo artist who is known for nonconventional artistic style is making waves in the tattoo world. This artist has created her own niche, what some dubbed as "ugly tattoos" and everyone is loving it! One thing is for certain, her drawings are uniquely hers. You can follow her Instagram account here!
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.
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...