Arun Chardhary is the USA’s First Cameraman. Here are many of the behind-the-scenes moments of his primary subject, President Barack Obama.
Artist Thomas Broome creates drawings using only the words of the objects he’s representing. Just look, you’ll understand.
To celebrate the spud’s 60th anniversary, digital artist Nacho Tamez recreated the iconic toy to represent other pop culture staples. A few of them are celebrating their 60th birthday as well!
Remember the two hands that came to life in between your favorite Nick Jr. shows? They were named Amby and Dexter, and here there are in their entirety.
Artist David Nemcsik created this series as part of an exploration of sleep and lightness. See his Flickr here.
Arrested Development returns in 2013, bringing back our favorite family that’s never seen a chicken before. Via The Bluth Company.
Makes you feel a little bit better about that time you slipped in the snow in front of your friends, huh?
This twitter account launched on August 11th and is already up to 22,000 followers. Here are the best snippets from his tweets.
Artist Doug Bloodworth captures the sweet and entertaining highlights of our day in startlingly realistic paintings.
Artist Nina Boesch has been creating MetroCard art for over ten years. Imagine how many of your old cards are in these!
There are still nice people out there, many of them car owners.
Looooooooks kinda like RuPaul. RIGHT? PS: is hair really the new makeup?
And you thought people didn’t need newspapers anymore. Be warned: MAD SPOILERS! Via jest.com.
You know their words, now look at their writing. A collection of some of literature’s most famous signatures.
I kind of don’t want to skip ahead to this video in 5, 4, 3… Rice Krispies, I trusted you!
“On Wikipedia, many lists themselves contain lists.” Welcome to your time-waster of the day.
Every day, artist Brian Lewis Saunders would take a different drug and draw his self-portrait. Don’t try this at home. For more, visit his website.
Different brushes, tons of colors, hours of practice… just don’t rub your lips together. Or talk. Or eat. Or anything, really.