In the classic film, Singing in the Rain, the iconic songs were added in at the studio while the actors lip-synced. By removing the music, this video from Mario Wienerroither shows what it could have been like for Kelly on the set as he splashed around manically in the rain and puddles.
Sacha Goldberger reimagines famous pop culture icons, superheroes, villains, and children’s literature characters in classical Flemish paintings for his photo series called “Super Flemish.”
There is nothing like perfectly steeped tea to put us in our zen and what better way to get there than to have a companion goldfish to share the moment. Charm Villa’s tea bags add a touch of whimsy to your day as the tea leaves inside expand to reveal a plump little goldfish floating in your cup.
Every mom scouring the Internet for help on how to get her kids to eat more will either love or hate food artist Lee Samantha’s rise to popularity. Her claim to fame started as a way to get her older daughter to eat more and has turned into every plate telling a story.
Budding young artists usually illustrate something familiar and tangible but for Iris Halmshaw, her works of abstract art has already been compared to French Impressionist, Claude Monet.
When a US military man decided he’d had enough of his blah Nissan Skyline R33 GTR, he let his artist wife give it a custom paint job—with a Sharpie. She spent more than 100 hours personalizing his ride and what she did is truly one-of-kind.
If you caught sight of Tony Hawk riding the hoverboard here, chances are, you had a good laugh and moved on. This time around, it’s the real deal and though it’s still in its infancy, we are all that much closer to pulling a Marty Mcfly.
Now that gay marriage is becoming legal in so many states, “experts” Key & Peele released a helpful video for what to expect using the Johnson family’s Q&As for their cousin Delroy’s wedding. The four-minute video depicts the hilarity you’d expect from Key & Peele.
Lifestyle and underwater photographer, Adam Opris, is pushing the envelope with his sexy and fantastical maternity photos. He takes the shots with the moms-to-be floating luminously under water with flowing clothes-making them look like mermaids or water nymphs.
Using panoramic photographs, Iranian photographer and physics student, Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji, captures the intricate details and beauty of Iranian mosque ceilings. In a Daily Mirror interview, Ganji stated, “I like looking for the symmetry, mosaics and artworks in these temples.”