Artificial intelligence (AI) is now sophisticated enough that it can make fake people appear to look real. Demonstrating this power is YouTuber Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect who has used AI photo editing to create a girlfriend who isn’t real. In a YouTube video, he shares a picture of himself taking a selfie with a smiling woman standing next to him and her hand on his shoulder.
At their best, stock photos can add to a story or help explain an abstract concept.
The 2022 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards has announced its finalists, and the results are as amusing as you'd expect.
Internet cats are a never-ending source of amusement. And for some creatively minded folks, they are actually muses, too. Japanese artist Meetissai creates work inspired by funny felines and other meme-ified animals who rule our social media feeds. Meetissai transforms iconic photos into small sculptures using epoxy putty. But you don't need to be chronically online to enjoy their work.
If you work at a desk, then you know that every inch of space is vital.
After a while, some pets and their owners can start to look alike.
Some people might hear their neighbor’s noisy cat and ignore it, but not David Scott. For him, it’s the inspiration behind an entire multi-chorus song that is, frankly, a bop. Scott works under the name The Kiffness, and he shared his “steps ” in making the tune on his popular YouTube channel.
Horses have incredible memories. If you need any proof, just look to Panda the palomino paint horse.
A one-month-old kitten named Pinky has garnered over 4.5 million views (and counting) on Youtube for her adorable nibbling.
Someone behind the Instagram account Kingdom of Bean is trying to answer a simple question. “If everyone was Mr. Bean, what would the world look like?” The Instagrammer is giving us an idea with their collection of images that superimpose the face of actor Rowan Atkinson with celebrities of all stripes. From James Corden (“James Corbean”) to Mark Zuckerberg (“Mark Zuckerbean”) to Ariana Grande (“Ariana Beande”), the artist shows that Mr.
Senior year of high school is filled with traditions.