Paintings by Januz Miralles
Through a mix of photo manipulation and photography, Philippines-based artist Januz Miralles creates a handmade texture on an otherwise digital surface, allowing both to coexist.
Bless whoever looked at a picture of two mountains and thought of this.
A Japanese bakery, Kinseiken Seika, is cooking up a storm and it’s getting all over the world wide web.
The dessert they are cooking up is the mizu shingen mochi and it is a rice cake that is made out of… you guessed it water from the Japanese Alps.
A Tweet from a customer said that the dessert “has a pleasant natural sweetness… (and) goes incredibly smoothly down your throat.”
These nuclear soaps are 100% safe to use and glow in the dark. The three different soaps read Plutonium, Uranium, and Fallout Shelter, and glow blue, green, and white, respectively. Sold on Amazon.
Psychedelic Man-Of-War by Aaron Ansarov
The Portugese Man-of-War is an static creature, its only mobility provided by the swaying tidal forces. When one gets washed up on the beach, its only hope is it to get washed back into the rolling waves, otherwise they’re dead. But sometimes they may get picked up by Aaron Ansarov (with rubber gloves of course since their sting hurts like a sumbitch), who takes them back to his studio and splats them down on a light table, illuminating their naturally translucent bodies which he then mirrors in Photoshop. The result kinda looks like a tripped-out kaleidoscope that just vomited out its own intestines (And to the concerned readers at home: Aaron always transports the creatures safely and returns them to the beach when they’re done seductively distending their tentacle-y appendages).