See? The internet can be a GOOD place sometimes! More
I’m super into Tinderfella, the guy who dresses up like the women he come across on the app, and now I’m even more obsessed with Tinder Guys Posing With Art. Thank you, Tumblr, for this gift. More
Forget about crowns and ballgowns, it’s all about tattoos and piercings. More
Created by two moms, this project asks women to submit photos of their stretch marks to be showcased in an artful black and white gallery. More
It’s not the most conventional of materials, but these dresses are gorgeous enough to be worn on the red carpet. Seriously. More
Mastering how to contour your face has nothing on these bodypainters. More
Selfies are cool and all, but everybody knows Instagram is really about sharing pictures of our food. But all the amateur food photographers out there had best hang up their iPhones, because Instagram phenomenon Tisha Cherry has seriously raised the bar on Instagram food photos. More
I wonder what Van Gogh would think of this–other than who the hell is Beyoncé? More
How likely do you think it is that Kimye will devote a whole hallway to naked portraits of themselves? More
Does Urban Outfitters get itself into legal trouble on purpose? More
In the latest reinterpretation of Disney characters with a social agenda, Redditor GrumpyPunkCat created “Disney Unhappily Ever After,” with the promise to crush your childhood dreams and stomp on your happy memories. More
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When I moved into my first apartment on my own, I had no idea how I wanted to decorate because I had so much freedom. I took to the internet to find super unique things to hang on my walls and also opted to DIY a bunch of stuff to make sure my apartment was truly mine. Today, I stumbled upon some funny cross-stitch art that I absolutely need. Specifically, I found some feminist embroidery that is both hilarious and awesome.
British Olympic diver Tom Daley came out last year in a Youtube video, saying that he was in a relationship with a man. Unfortunately (and worse, unsurprisingly), he received a wave of homophobic bullshit spewed from the horrible depths of the Internet, especially on Twitter. Artist Conor Collins decided to take all the vitriol and repurpose it with a different message–he created a beautiful portrait of Daley comprised of the tweets. More
These glammy portrayals of the classic characters are a lot more creative than Disney’s own redesigns. More