Digital illustrator, Jason Mark has brilliantly reimagined some of Batman’s most infamous villains as 1920s criminals. But his 3D models, like this from The Dark Knight Triumphant, are just as impressive.
There are plenty more cool character illustrations and designs by Cristobal Ojeda, AKA New Fren, from on his Behance.
In this touching short film, a Russian man struggles with boundaries. Beautiful.
Gregory Euclide mixes acrylic, canvas, wood, foam, paper and pretty much any material you can think of into miniature organic and urban landscapes.
50 tweets and 50 reasons why I, Frankenstein, starring Aaron Eckhart and Bill Nighy and apparently written and directed by actual people, Stuart Beattie and Kevin Grevioux, is one of the worst films I’ve ever seen.
Darren Moore photographs the shipwrecks, rivers and coastlines of England in such a way, through daytime long exposures beneath special filters, to create an ethereal black and white landscape that’s just staggering.
German photographer Jonas Ginter built panoramic camera rig of 6 GoPro cameras that he mounted to the top of his bike and car to create a 360° panoramic video that appears that he’s travelling around a tiny world.
French filmmaker Guillaume Blanchet tells the story of a girl who leaves her home to adventure around the world in an inventive stop-motion animated short made from office supplies, A Girl Named Elastika.
Pilot and photographer (good mix, isn’t it?), Kacper Kowalski captures the effects of human activity on the landscape of his homeland, Poland. The gradual change in seasons and uniformity of human constructs make for great contrasts.
There’s nothing more awkward than a watering can that sprinkles on itself. These poorly designed objects by Katerina Kamprani would make ideal April Fool’s gifts. And also potentially cause mass migraines.
The relentless juggernaut of the future continues to batter down our memories and thrust upon us deeply unsettling bastardisations of our dreams. Cowabunga!
We’ve seen photorealistic paintings of rainy windshields before. But it’s another damp and rainy Sunday here, and just an hour ago I was marvelling at the sound of rain on the car’s bonnet, so here’s some more cosy landscapes to make you feel safe and dry behind a car’s windshield.
Apparently Vanity Fair are doing a series of animated comedy How To videos, like How to Behave at a Swingers’ Party or How to Cheat on Your Wife. But this one’s about how to get away with doing a shedload of drugs and nailing a fancy, new job.
Just putting it out there. But attempting your first piss of the morning with ‘morning wood’ can be a testing start to the day. Luckily, Ben’s Tips has made this illustrated guide.
I bet you didn’t know that, before being trapped and resold by the likes of Domino’s and Pizza Hut, the glorious wild pizza roams free amongst the streets of Los Angeles. Well now you do because JonPaul Douglass caught it on camera.
Self-proclaimed music and Lego junkie, Adly Syairi Ramly, recreates 20 iconic bands with everyone’s favourite building blocks. You can see all 20 on High Snobiety.
For his latest video for True Thrush from his album America, Dan Deacon asked some fans to recreate a short video he and Ben O’Brien made in just one hour and one take. The next team were asked to do the same to the previous video and so on. Like a video Chinese whispers.
Sorry that I’ve been a bit lackadaisical with the reviews lately. But hey, I watched Wolf of Wall Street last month and it was great. 10/10. It’s as good as Goodfellas (my favourite Scorcese film) but it’s hyped-up for modern, more excessive sensibilities. I suggest you go see it if you haven’t already.
Hikaru Cho transforms common foods into others with expertly applied acrylic paints.
Photographer Kaija Straumanis has recently gone viral with her series of light-hearted self-portraits that (appear to) capture the moment she’s pelted with various random objects, usually metaphors for an epiphany.