A post shared by Creative (@randylewiscreative) on Nov 15, 2017 at 11:46pm PST Californian graphic designer Randy Lewis uses Photoshop to combine photos of unexpected objects, creating surreal digital art that tricks the mind and eye. With a playful imagination and a pun-tastic sense of humor, his colorful creations in his This or That series are often literal depictions of words.
Is everything better with cats?
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The infamous Darth Vader is defined by his corrupt deeds that inflicted evil throughout the universe. Good, however, triumphed over evil with rebel forces ultimately destroying the Empire and Vader's prized Death Star. Photographer Michaël Massart imagines his own story of what happened from there, and it’s completely different than what we’ve seen before.
Cats are notorious for going where they don’t belong.
It’s 1am on a Saturday night, you’ve been out on the town, and somehow you’ve managed to catch the last...
There’s no shortage of funny dog photos on the internet, so to stand out, you've got to get really creative with the pictures you snap. One of the latest trends in dog memes is starting to take off in Taiwan; pet owners are turning their small pups into dog cola by sitting them upright, placing a bottle cap on their head, and wrapping a soda label around their bodies.
If you own a dog, you're used to your furry friend contorting themselves into all sorts of weird positions.
Even the most angelic of cherubs can’t resist making their mark on white walls.
Learning something new can be challenging, but sometimes, it can take you places you’d never imagine. Kimiko Nishimoto was 72 years old when she picked up a camera, and it’s transformed her life over the past 17 years. Now at 89, she's enjoying wide-spread attention for her creative self-portrait photography. Nishimoto pokes fun at herself through her bizarre compositions.
A post shared by @youdidnotsleepthere on Sep 7, 2016 at 7:05pm PDT The persistent trend in social media is to...
Bearded men from eastern Canada are making waves with a new mer-creature themed “dudeoir” calendar—the male version of boudoir photoshoots.