When evil smiles

A truly unsettling compilation of sinister smiles from the silver screen

Cigarette ash offers creative outlet for artist

Artist come instagrammer Shin Shinrashige is trying to kick his cigarette habit by creating realistic portraits of some famous faces by meticulously separating the gray and black bits fag ash into intricate illustrations. Here’s… Continue reading

Stylised animation goes inside Stephen Hawking’s mind

To mark the great professor’s Reith Lecture, which broadcasts on Radio 4 at 9am on 26th January, ‘Inside his Head’ is a wonderfully stylised visual kaleidoscope that offers a pithy celebration of Hawking’s… Continue reading

The Collection (by @IKEAUK)

It’s the final day at The Proud Archivist and have had a cracking week all in, building, shooting and opening the doors to ‘The Collection’ by IKEA. Bringing together the UK’s most passionate… Continue reading

There is a Tumblr dedicated to the carpets of JD Wetherspoon’s

…and it’s glorious. http://wetherspoonscarpets.tumblr.com/

Human Taxidermy (sort of)

Sculptor Kate Clark has just gained a bit of fame from doing taxidermy. All well and good, but this taxidermy replaces the animal faces with human ones. Weird. Sure. Creepy, doesn’t cover it.… Continue reading

Snappers Play Hide and Seek with Nature

Russian photographer Laila Pregizer plays a game of hide and seek (of sorts) featuring body art and naked ladies fusing themselves with the nature around them. The ‘Metamorphosis Project’ was created to “highlight the parallels… Continue reading


Bleak London

A selection of snaps in black and white of the posh and, lets face it, touristy parts of London. Looks a bit bleak doesn’t it.

The World’s First Piggyback Taxi Service

The concept of confectionary brands grabbing our attention through a cheeky PR stunt or two in an effort to flog the stuff, most recently employed by Zang ‘the caffeinated chocolate brand’ in South… Continue reading