Category: Art

Yallzee’s Shocking Tattoos

June 22 2016

You used to be able to shock people merely by having a tattoo, these days it’s a bit more difficult than that. You need to have a truly unique and crazy tattoo in order to get people to even raise… [ read more ]

Bert, Ernie, Elmo and More Raise Hell All Over Sesame Street

June 22 2016

Elmo, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie—they’ve all lost their fucking minds. The gang of hairy colorful characters has taken to extreme vandalism, raising hell all over what used to be Sesame Street, now just called The Street. You’d think once on the The… [ read more ]

The #BestBaldDad Gets Tattoo To Match Son’s Brain Tumor Scar

June 22 2016

Gabriel, an eight-year-old battling cancer, has the #bestbalddad who shows unconditional love and support in the hardest of times. Kansas-based Josh Marshall watched his son undergo surgery in an effort to remove a large tumor from his head, leaving an enormous scar…. [ read more ]

Sushi Doughnuts Look Cool, But How Do They Taste?

June 21 2016

Ladies and gents, a doughnut made of sushi has been born and now it is hogging news feeds everywhere. The sushi doughnut is not sweet, it is not baked or fried (though a tempura option would be a game changer). It is not… [ read more ]

Blind Artist ‘Can’t See Sh*t,’ Still Tattoos

June 16 2016

Warning: This story will make you feel like an asshole for all the times you blamed your lack of success on a swollen ankle. Facebook thinks advertising the documentary Can’t See Sh*t, the story of a blind artist, is a little profane. But… [ read more ]

Is This Woman The Last Traditional Tattoo Artist in the Philippines?

June 15 2016

At 97-years-old, Apo Whang-Od (pronounced Fang-Od) is the oldest Kalinga mambabatok (traditional tattoo artist) in the Philippines—but is she the last? The tradition honored by Butbut Kalinga people states mambabatok’s can only pass their tattooing trade down to a family heir,… [ read more ]

VIDEO: Watch This Fantastic Artist Paint Van Gogh on Water

June 15 2016

Garip Ay is a Turkish artist with some serious skills. Using a method known as “ebru,” or decorative paper art, Ay creates a masterpiece by painting directly on to water. By adding colors to dark water Ay is able to… [ read more ]

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