Are you familiar with the meme “If it fits, I sits” (which plays on how cats are prone to squeezing into awkward places)? Well, Russian artist Ksenia takes it one step fur-ther and imagines what it would look like if our feline friends started hiding in our meals. For her Cats in Food series, the artist uses Photoshop to digitally edit funny cat photos into plates of food.
My friend has a beard – he looked up today.
Recently, KFC has decided to bring back one of its most beloved crispy classics: its Hot & Spicy Chicken.
A post shared by Ketnipz (@ketnipz) on Sep 11, 2017 at 6:00pm PDT For many artists with a sense of humor, comics are a no-brainer when it comes to visually expressing their ideas and feelings. Taking the form of sequential images with overlaid captions and speech bubbles, the narrative art form first became popular in America and Japan during the mid-20th century.
While we'll always have a place in our hearts for gorgeous animal photography by the likes of Andrew Zuckerman, Morten...
In business, to rise above the competition, you’ve got to have a leg up—or four.
For many couples, engagement photos are an important—and public—showcase of their relationship, and it’s worth putting some thought into what story they tell. While some go down the traditional route of polite smiles and scenic locations, other couples see it as their chance to shine. One husband-and-wife-to-be who took their couple photoshoot to the next level is New York-based Jackie Nguyen and Nate Huntley, who—photographed by Isaac James—decided to honor their favorite pop culture duos.
Choosing a canine companion can be a challenge.
With Valentine's Day sneaking up, it's time to start thinking about the perfect card to give to that special someone.
The 2018 Academy Award nominations were recently announced with some interesting surprises revealed and milestones achieved. Horror films seem to rarely find a place in the “Best Picture” category, but Get Out is one of the contenders in this coveted section. Rachel Morrison also made history by becoming the first female nominee in the Cinematography category for her work on the Netflix film Mudbound.
Sometimes it’s okay to admit your limitations; although, rarely do we see such public admissions by a city government.
When there's massive snowfall, there's not much you can do besides binge-watch Netflix in the comfort of your own home.