As if owning a Rolls Royce wasn’t enough to garner attention, one flashy owner decided to dress this expensive driving machine in black velvet. The car was spotted parked in front of Harrod’s in the exclusive area of Knightsbridge in London but the Mr. Moneybags who it belongs to still remains a mystery.
Freelance artist Conrad Roset draws images of women with a minimalist touch but with the right splash of vivid colors, each one comes alive with emblazoned beauty.
Sure Santa’s image has stood the test of time but it doesn’t hurt to shake it up a bit every once in a while even for jolly old St. Nick. Joint London takes the classic Coca-Cola version of Mr. Claus and gives him a makeover using high fashion looks from some of the industry’s heavy hitters.
London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz (previous) is at it again. His newest calendar for 2015 features famous superheroines like Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Supergirl and She-Hulk wearing suits made of liquid paint. By applying the same concept he used to create the Milky Pin Ups 2014 calendar, Jaroslav layered hundreds of photographs of his models splashed with paint.
Star Wars characters have been rendered in different ways from low contrast to 8-bit. And all have been cool and faithful to the original. Add this series by Paris based artist Vladan Filipovic to the mix. He has low poly portraits of notable characters with quotes from the movies. The quality shines through like a “best of” album.
Still don’t know what to do with your Movember facial hair? Accessorize it with Beard Baubles for the holidays. A genius idea by advertising agency, Grey London, these brand new ornaments were not just created for the annual Holiday cards for their clients, but also sold for pogonophiles to enjoy.
Sarah Brockett has an idea and it’s a mighty good one too. The Michigan-based graphic designer has a passion for great design and a hobby of making vegan baked goods so it’s no surprise that her concept for The Bold Bakery involves both.
Leah Yerpe draws human bodies in motion in such incredible realism that it’s hard to believe they are not products of stop-motion photography. The native New Yorker got her start in painting and actually still prefers the look of abstract images but have since switched to drawing with charcoal and even with a humble mechanical pencil.
What could pass for a Sarlacc pit is actually the mouth of a leatherback turtle. Leatherback turtles are the largest of all living turtles, growing up to 7 feet long and exceeding 2,000 pounds. The turtles have backwards spines in their throats to help them swallow food and to prevent its prey from escaping when caught.
Remember when we featured the wood shelves inlaid with glowing resin by Mat Brown back in September? Well Mike Warren recently ran with the same concept and created a stunning, glow-in-the-dark piece that’s sure to wow your guests. He even filmed the whole process and provided a step-by-step instruction on Instructables in case you want to make one for yourself.