Eating certain types of food can get boring, but playing with it never does. Brazilian artist Vanessa Dualib has made a name for herself with her creative and playful food art. To her, aubergines are whales, cauliflower is sheep and kiwis are, well, kiwis. Below is just a glimpse of her vast collection of sweet organic creatures.
Growing up, Bill Plympton dreamed of someday working for Disney. After his animated film, Your Face, was nominated for an Academy Award in 1987, Disney offered him a million dollars to animate the genie in Aladdin. Plympton said no. Disney wanted ownership of all his work and Plympton wasn't willing to give that up. Plympton has remained independent ever since.
Here's a sinister twist on the alphabet books of your childhood. This might work better to help you brush up on your horror movie trivia, because if you try showing this to your children, you might scare them into illiteracy.
Design by Publicis, these brilliant ads for B&B Hotels present the beds as breakfast meals.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York asked its visitors to share their visiting experiences.
Visitors shared their stories on a wall of messages using text and drawings to illustrate what they saw and felt during their visit to MoMA.
The one above from a little girl named "Annabelle" is my favorite!
A little Japanese boy presents flowers to girls after their piano peformance. He succeeds the first time, gets rejected by the second girl...his reaction is priceless!
He cries out in Japanese "NANDE?!?! which means WHY?!?!"