The Intricate Surfboard Art Of This Shapely Artist Is Making Waves Across The World

This artist not only flaunts the incredible artwork she draws onto surfboards but her surfboard abs too. Meet Jess Lambert, an Australian artist, and surfer based on the Gold Coast.

Jess is known for her intricate artwork that combines symmetrical linework and freehand spontaneous patterns that adorns the surfboards. She’s also as adept at painting large-scale wall murals. However, it’s not only her artwork that has made her famous around the world but her perfect 10 figure, which she doesn’t shy away from exhibiting in every photo frame of hers. Read the rest of this entry »


This Amazing Peanut Painter Is A Recipient Of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Certificate Of Recognition

He may not look like the nutty professor, but his heart is certainly in nuts, peanuts to be precise. Meet Steve Casino, who likes to paint impossibly tiny portraits on peanuts. So great is his talent that his works enjoy the attention of over 135,000 avid fans on Instagram alone. Read the rest of this entry »


Lego Backpacker Shows The Beauty Of New Zealand. Is It A Promotional Gimmick ?

It seems promoting tourism using glossy pictures of tourist destinations is passé, simply because such promotions have become predictable and don’t elicit awe and motivate people to visit. Tom Parson created a new entity and introduced them in such glossy pics. Whether he did it to promote tourism for various countries or simply to document the adventures of this miniature plastic man is debatable, but we suspect it has something to do with promoting tourism. Read the rest of this entry »


Mind Blowing Cosplays By Samantha Mansfield

Cosplay is a practice of dressing up as a character from famous books and various kind of shoes.  cosplaying is so famous nowadays because people feel so close to their favorite characters while dressing up like them but some peoples are of a different breed. Read the rest of this entry »


“Beauty Lies In The Eyes Of Beholder”, This Artist Try To Portray This With His illustrations Of Plus-Size Models

He would have been like any other run-of-the-mill artist, despite graduating as a designer from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazilin 2010 and venturing into fashion and art. But his moment came when he became aware of the Plus Size movement. Read the rest of this entry »


This Paper Cut Artist Creates Awesome Illustrations By Creating Layers

We all have tried designing with papers by cutting them with scissors And thinking of our self ourselves as the king of the art world, however, there are various people like John Ed De Vera who we should call as the god of paper cutting. Read the rest of this entry »


Biochemistry Professor Transforms His Research into Bronze Recreations of Ancient Trilobites and Modern Insects

D. Allan Drummond is an associate professor of biochemistry, molecular biology, and human genetics at the University of Chicago. A few years ago Drummond began turning his extensive research of fossils and prehistoric sea creatures into detailed computer renderings which he then 3D prints and casts in bronze. Although many of his sculptures are inspired by ancient creatures like the trilobite, which existed for over 270 million years before its extinction 250 years ago, he also creates modern-day insects such as praying mantises and large bug-eyed jumping spiders. Read the rest of this entry »


Great Grandma Enters Guinness Book Of World Records As The Oldest Skydiver At 102

The statement: “Age is only a number” has been proved by this 102-year-old great grandma and how! Irene O’Shea did what people mostly in their 20s, 30s, and 40s do, she skydived from a plane!

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Creating Meaningful Street Arts On Road Is What ‘Roadsworth’ Do

One might not think that parking lots, crosswalks, and other broad asphalt expanses would be particularly amenable to artwork, but for the Montreal-based artist and activist Roadsworth (aka Peter Gibson), every white or yellow traffic paint stripe is a new opportunity.

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This Origami Artist Challenged Himself To Create An Origami Crane Every Day For 1000 Days

He describes himself as an exceptionally ordinary origami enthusiast. But his humility doesn’t hide his extraordinary zeal in doing something that has not been done before.

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