And the glitter never goes away.
Who will be victorious?
This is where all your misplaced holiday footwear has gone.
It's a metaphor, you see?
Cady would be proud.
It's unreal how realistic they look.
Each country is illustrated as a kind of sci-fi/fantasy hero.
SO SMOL. *squeals*
Sometimes two is better than one!
*smashes that follow button*
Each one takes at least three months to make.
Now that's what I call art!
Access your creative side.
Is it real, or is it Karol Rybakowski's amazingly cool portrait tattoos?
How can Sia see through this wig? The world may never know!
"If you're not gonna do the most, then what are you really doing?"
When street art meets nature.
Or, you know, yourself.
An electric griddle, a cedar-scented candle, a cutting board in the shape of your favorite state, and nineteen other products on Amazon that will solve all your holiday shopping quandaries.
These gifts are ALL practically petty.
Half bought + half homemade = one perfect and thoughtful gift.
A hands-free umbrella, a home theater projector, a bag of unicorn farts, and 19 other perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
"Always credit authors. It's important."
"Draw me like one of your French girls."
A portable washing machine, a big ol' bag of gummies, a heated massaging pillow, and 19 more perfect gifts for practically everyone you know.
Every beard is a work of art.
A triceratops taco holder, a portable espresso maker, a super-cozy flannel, and 19 other products that will surprise and delight your loved ones this season.
"Enhance what makes us different, because different is not wrong."
What do people REALLY think of your look?
"For this little kid, there are no walls and borders.”
Should I be worried?
"It smells like the garden section of a hardware store".
"It's the human body, dammit!."
A moon, mooning, stars, and everything bizarrely spectacular.
"Just because it didn't find an audience, that doesn't mean it's bad work."
This is going to make you double-take, trust me.
Andrew Browne draws inspiration from pop culture to create his contemporary idols.
Artist Ruby created the series as a response to a Facebook group that warned Hindu women, who attended a religious ceremony, that they would be attacked with paint if they "dressed inappropriately".
Going to try to up my paper cup game rn.
Don't believe me? Ask the dishes.
If you like it then you better put a ~tat~ on it.
"What does it mean to live in a culture where even a coloured dot is gendered and makes others uncomfortable when worn by the 'wrong' gender?"
Are you the kind who wears only black, or categorically refuses to wear black?
Women don’t realize what little legal control they have over their bodies.