Artist JeeYoung Lee transformed the same room into multiple surreal worlds without any kind of digital retouching.
Josh and Jennifer = Spongebob and Patrick, Liam = Squidward.
They used up all the YOLO power, and are therefore the reason that the word is dead come 2014.
Are you a washed-up pop star or that kid with the Spider-Man face? Find out here.
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-la-di-da, la la. Or something like that.
The 1996 classic Matilda is being released on Blu-ray and the extras include a cast reunion where the actors decided to reenact their most iconic scenes.
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Artist Claire Hummel redesigns your favorite Disney characters in historically accurate outfits.
According to Gothamist, it took nine hours to complete with only two bathroom breaks.
In 1969, Life magazine captured both the energy and the misery of a hot summer day in the city.
These traditional Indian mehndi tattoos are only temporary, but you'll wish they weren't.
Artist Francois Abelanet has decorated the streets of Lyon, France, with record breaking (and head wrecking) street art.
So many ways to store, tote, and gift your favorite technologies - the possibilities are endless!
What is life even, but one long, perpetual movie-night slumber party.
Dennis Medri's awesome sketches pay tribute to Batman by setting him, his enemies, and his cohorts in the jump jivin' rockabilly scene of the 1950s.
It’s a cake made with chocolate and it has monsters and Batman. What more can you ask for? Oh yeah, it's also a zoetrope.
Bruno Walpoth uses simple carving tools to turn pieces of wood (lime and walnut) into human sculptures with detailed features that seen from afar look incredibly life-like. He has been sculpting since the '70s, and his talent shows in these amazing carvings. Warning: Some of these images may be NSFW.
Or, how a tiny shift in perspective can dramatically change your outlook in life!
Titled "From Love to Bingo." Watch lives flash right before your eyes.
Everyone has at least one talent that they are really good at. For this guy, it's this.
One of the oldest forms of advertising, nicely re-imagined. For Amsterdam's Torture Museum.
In which I write extremely short short stories about my favorite cat pictures. Cat pic fan fic is the new thing. I swear.