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The Department of Extraordinary Upcycling just found its newest...

The Department of Extraordinary Upcycling just found its newest member: Danish artist Thomas Dambo who, along with the help of local volunteers, creates large-scale sculptures using wood recycled from pallets, sheds, fences, and whatever else he can scavenge. Show More Summary

Because sometimes what you need most are Cindy Suen’s space cats...

Because sometimes what you need most are Cindy Suen’s space cats spacing out as only kawaii space cats can.

Because sometimes what you need most is an impossibly cute floof...

A post shared by Kobe ???????? ???? (@evaa0116) on Apr 29, 2017 at 12:22pm PDT Because sometimes what you need most is an impossibly cute floof og a doggo who looks like an anime character magically brought to life running along like the happiest creature that ever lived. Show More Summary

Wrong Hands came up with a brilliant way to be a foodie on a...

Wrong Hands came up with a brilliant way to be a foodie on a budget. It all comes down to phrasing. For the Everyday Foodie, PB&J isn’t just a sandwich, it’s ‘peanut purée and fruit confiture topped with pane bianco’. And those aren’t potato chips you’re munching. Show More Summary

We always love it when street artists utilize specific features...

We always love it when street artists utilize specific features of the urban landscape to create unique works of art. New York graffiti artist Suitswon turned an gaping hole in the wall of a building in Greenpoint, Brooklyn into the eyes of a colossal, grinning, gold-toothed skull mural. Photos by Raphael Gonzalez [via Colossal]

Everyone needs a little support sometimes. Safely...

Everyone needs a little support sometimes. Safely Endangered demonstrates that even ghosts can benefit from a few words of encouragement.  Follow Safely Endangered on Webtoon, Facebook, or Instagram to keep up with their latest comi...

We just learned that our Finger Hands aren’t merely tiny hands...

We just learned that our Finger Hands aren’t merely tiny hands you wear on your fingers, they’re also tools of science. Awesome!  Scientist and PhD candidate Kaitlyn Campbell tweeted these fantastic photos of a pair of Finger Hands being...Show More Summary

Chris Rodley used a deep learning AI technique known as...

Chris Rodley used a deep learning AI technique known as “style transfer”, which uses neural networks to apply the look and feel of one image to another, to cross a book of dinosaur illustrations with a book of flower illustrations. The...Show More Summary

Because sometimes what you need most is video of an adorable...

Because sometimes what you need most is video of an adorable talking birb playing peekaboo with you from behind a laptop screen: [via Laughing Squid]

For an awesome ongoing series entitled Stephen King’s...

For an awesome ongoing series entitled Stephen King’s Stranger Love Songs, media artist Butcher Billy reimagines hit songs from the 1980s as classic Stephen King book covers. Featuring songs by The Police, Belinda Carlisle, Joy Division,...Show More Summary

Meet Eclipse, the latest winner of an honorary World’s Best Dog...

Meet Eclipse, the latest winner of an honorary World’s Best Dog Trophy: this clever doggo lives in Seattle where she rides the bus to the dog park all by herself. She even has her very own bus pass, which she wears on her harness. Eclipse...Show More Summary

Today the Department of Phenomenal Papercraft is oohing and...

Today the Department of Phenomenal Papercraft is oohing and aahing over the work of Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa. Inspired by the ancient legend of 1000 Origami cranes and the story of Sadako Sasaki, Onogawa creates exquisite bonsai trees with miniature origami cranes for leaves. Show More Summary

Because sometimes what you need most is a purse shaped like a...

Because sometimes what you need most is a purse shaped like a small pink Tyrannosaurus rex, like this little prehistoric charmer currently available via Kate Spade. Look at those tiny pink claws! [via Fashionably Geek]

For the truly Crazy Cat Lady we recommend checking out the...

For the truly Crazy Cat Lady we recommend checking out the current real estate market in Concho, Arizona. There’s a house for sale that looks like an unassuming log cabin home from the outside, but on the inside it’s a cat and cat lover’s paradise. Show More Summary

There are so many different breeds of small doggos, it can be...

There are so many different breeds of small doggos, it can be difficult to remember them all. Or rather it was difficult before Obvious Plant created this handy guide to small dog breeds. Stubborn Jeff used to stump us every time, but not any more!

We’re pretty sure that Bob Ross was never the least bit bothered...

We’re pretty sure that Bob Ross was never the least bit bothered by Mondays. To Bob Ross, an endless source of positivity and encouragement and also a friend to squirrels, Monday was a day as good as any other (meaning very good indeed) to go paint something beautiful. Show More Summary

Because sometimes what you need most is a self-assembling...

Because sometimes what you need most is a self-assembling origami penguin, aka The Penguin Bomb. This wonderful clever DIY origami sculpture was designed by Japanese paper artist Haruki Nakamura. The Penguin Bomb starts out flat, but when dropped on a hard surface a 3D penguin pops up and stands on its own. Show More Summary

“Out of the frying pan into the fire” is an English proverb that...

“Out of the frying pan into the fire” is an English proverb that describes a situation going from bad or difficult to worse. Today illustrator James Chapman (previously featured here) teaches us amusing expressions from six different...Show More Summary

Surreal Sunday is perfect for celebrating these tentacular vases...

Surreal Sunday is perfect for celebrating these tentacular vases created by Japanese ceramic artist Keiko Masumoto. For part of a recent series Masumoto beautifully combined functional vessels with exquisite octopus sculptures as though the animals got caught in their most impressive feats of camouflage yet. Show More Summary

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