New York-based photographer Tricia Messeroux is the founder of Toddlewood, a studio that “transforms everyday kids into superstar celebrities, iconic figures and historic legends”.
In her latest project, Messeroux has recreated the celebrity looks that came down the Golden Globes red carpet—which took place just a few days ago—with young children mostly aged 3 to 6.
British actor Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca in the originalStar Wars trilogy, has gone to Twitter to share some amazing behind-the-scenes photos from the Star Wars movie set.
Besides showing candid shots of the other actors and director George Lucas, Mayhew also provides humorous captions for his photos.
Probably the best way to get inspired for the holidays is to decorate your house and a Christmas tree. And if you take it one step further and decide to make the decorations and ornaments yourself, then Christmas will be all the more special! Here are 10 fresh ideas!
California artist and mother Queenie Liao has always found inspiration in her surroundings. With the birth of her first son, Wengenn, she turned even more inward for her art. Rather than go out into the world to explore her photography, she began to explore her own dreams and fairytales and then created imaginative and gorgeous dreamscapes for her slumbering son.
In the UK, the Kids organization aims to help disabled children and their families in every facet of their lives, which is why this November they will auction off a series of dollhouses, designed and created by some of the top architects in the UK, to raise funds and bring attention to the critical need for accessible housing.
Cats That Look Like Pin Up Girls is a funny Tumblr blog that pairs the scintillating ladies found in 1940s and ’50s calendars and magazines with the modern cats of today. Which image is more arresting? Scantily clad pin-up girls are no match for these personality-filled cats! Started by Rachael Aslett, an advertising freelancer based in Perth, Australia, the Tumblr has now taken on a life of its own. Based on its runaway success, Aslett has even received an offer for a book deal.
Stephanie Laberis is an artist / illustrator based in El Cerrito, CA. Her background is in games but she has been pursuing her dream of working in feature animation during her free time. She is currently designing for a range of media, including TV animation, video games and recently got back to her roots in toy design. List of her clients includes Hasbro, Sony, Microsoft, PBS Kids, American Greetings and various iOS startups in the Bay Area. Enjoy the collection!
Amazing digital illustrations created by the Brazilian-based artist Fred Birchal. Through minimal traits minimal traits and simply stylized details represent the characteristics, clothing and costumes of celebrities from singers, musicians and bands such as The Beatles, Daft Punk, Elvis Presley, Freddie Mercury, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Michael Jackson and many others, to movies protagonists and the characters of the cult TV series, such as The big bang theory, Terminator, Matrix, Dexter, Back to the future, Django, Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, Rocky, Taxi driver, and more.
Canadian photographer Hana Pesut made a very nice original project when she asked various couples to exchange clothes with each other. Hana had this idea when he was in a camping vacation and decided to photograph her two friends who were dressed very differently.
If you are not fans of spooky disguises we prepared a list of interesting characters like Cleopatra, Bonnie & Clyde, Kitty, Batman and Robin – where you can dress up if you use a little imagination. Most of our suggestions are easy to do with what you have at home.Enjoy!
On an action-packed road trip sponsored by Mountain Dew, filmmaker Devin Graham of Devin Super Tramp had the opportunity to shoot some incredible footage of extreme sports aficionados launching off a custom-made slip ‘n slide, aptly known as Slip N Fly. The #DEWROADTRIP took Graham and his crew to Ohio Dreams, an action sports camp in Butler, Ohio that features this monstrous, lubricated ramp.
The folks at ScreenBid have decided to team up with the show’s cast and creator to auction off some props used from the actual show. These props include things like Tuco’s iced-out grill (tight, tight, tight), Jesse’s Hello Kitty phone (the one that Saul gave him), and who could forget Walter White’s infamous tighty-whites. There is a ton of stuff being auctioned off. In fact so much stuff that the team at ScreenBid believes the entire Breaking Bad props auction will reel in close to $2 million.
Teenager Teenager is a unique, hyper-realistic installation by collaborative Chinese artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu. The installation features human bodies dressed in fancy suits and evening gowns while lounging on leather sofas and chairs, but with giant boulders for heads. The strange situation evokes a sense of bewilderment in viewers, who are faced with deciphering a message concealed within the unusual arrangement.