“Destroying Nature Is Destroying Life” – Brilliant Ad Posters For The Campaign To Call Attention To The Environmental Catastrophes

These stunning images by Robin Wood, a German environmental activist NGO, call attention to the environmental catastrophes caused by you humans, like the melting Arctic, the jungles set on fire, or the continents of forests wiped out. Continue Sailing

Guido Mocafico’s Photographs of the Blaschka’s Exquisite Scientific Glass Models

Octopus vulgaris, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. Photograph © Guido Mocafico, 2013. With the courtesy of the Natural History Museum of London, UK. Continue Sailing

Black Holes By Aurélien Police

Freelance illustrator and graphic designer Aurélien Police was born in France in 1978. He has already worked and is currently working on projects for the music and publishing industries (book covers, CD design, children book illustrations). He uses computer as melting pot to mix up all sorts of raw materials, erasing the frontiers between all possible media so as to provide his pictures with a graphic finishing of his own. Flirting with various themes, often associated with fantasy, detective or supernatural, allows him to translate in pictures his own personal vision of those genres. Continue Sailing

Forgotten Heroes Of The Old Republic: Outstanding Illustrations Of Rostislav Zagornov

The cinematic science fiction, post-apocalypse and fantasy themed works of Rostislav Zagornov, a freelance digital illustrator and concept artist working in the entertainment industry. Continue Sailing

These Photo Portraits Of People Watching Porn Are Funny, Sweet And Very Awkward

Last week, we looked at a project from a Brazilian photographer who invited friends over and took their photos after one, two and three glasses of wine. That seemed like a fun exercise in shedding inhibitions. This week, we’re featuring a project from Trinidadian-born, New York City-based photographer Patrick Struys that was surely a lot more awkward for the people involved. Continue Sailing

The First Design-Protected Original AK47 Chair

Here’s a chair fit for any firearm fanatic. Crafted from real AK-47s, this JamesEdition creation boasts style and innovation in its effort to pay homage to arguably one of the more infamous assault weapons. The inspiration came to artist Rainer Weber while he was reading a book on Michail Kalashnikov, creator of the AK. From here the chair was born. Continue Sailing

A Novel Drawer Covered in Wooden Scales Appears to React When in Use

This fun table designed by Juno Jeon adds an unexpected twist to one of the most common pieces of furniture: a simple drawer. Covered with a dense grid of scale-like plates the drawer appears to bristle as you open it, flipping each consecutive set of scales to the reverse side. The “Pull Me to Life” table was designed as part of Jeon’s “Movement” series where he imagined what reactions different pieces of furniture in his house might have if they were living creatures. You can see more of the designer’s furniture concepts on Designboom. Continue Sailing

Anonymous Artist Is Photoshopping Kids Books, And The Result Is Hilariously

Mark March 11th on your calendar, for it is a day that will go down in history as the founding date of Paperback Paradise, “The world’s #1 used book store.” After the Berenst(E)ain Bears Conspiracy of 2015, it should come as no surprise that many of the books that you read in your childhood are not as you remember them. In particular, that their titles are radically different. Continue Sailing

Rafael Araujo’s Architectural Renderings of Life Now as a Coloring Book

Architect and illustrator Rafael Araujo (previously) drafts beautiful three-dimensional spaces in a studio without technology, connecting himself back to nature while he meticulously demonstrates the Golden Ratio’s role in the natural world. In an attempt to pass on this meditative quality about his process and work, Araujo is creating the Golden Ratio Coloring Book. This book is currently on Kickstarter along with video documentation of Araujo’s process, which he has been fine-tuning for the last 40 years. Continue Sailing

Blackout Tattoos Are A Bold New Trend Popping Up Around The World

“Blackout” tattoos have recently gained attention online as an extreme way to cover up old tattoos. The technique requires an incredible amount of patience and dedication. The technique gained notice recently when artist Chester Lee of Oracle Tattoo shop in Singapore posted a photo of an intense black out piece featuring a delicate, scalloped edge. Continue Sailing