My Day With Leo: Guy Replaces People’s Heads With Leo DiCaprio

The MyDayWithLeo Tumblr follows the strange, fun adventures of social media artist Joel Strong as he meets people throughout New York and covers their faces with cut-outs of Leonardo DiCaprio and other stars from 90s teen magazines.

After its origins with pictures of Leo in his teen years, the project has expanded to include other stars past and present. Strong has even taken to creating his celebrity headshots together with ladies that he takes out on Tinder dates.

More info: Tumblr | mydaywithleo.com (h/t: thisisnthappiness)

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Illustrator Doodles On Starbucks Cups To Turn Mermaid Into Various Characters

Seoul-based illustrator Soo Min Kim has made a habit of turning the iconic mermaid on Starbucks’ paper coffee cups into both fantastic and mundane characters.

Kim, who uses both markers and paint, clearly has a lively and healthy imagination. His variations on the mermaid comment on everyday life, make philosophical statements, or simply turn the mermaid into a fearsome death-robot.

More info: fseo.co.kr | BlogspotFacebook | Youtube (h/t: kotaku, designtaxi)

 

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28 Teeny Tiny Wild Mice

When they’re in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about as cute as it gets.

Because of their size (and perhaps also due to jealousy of their cuteness), there are a lot of things out to get mice, including the internet’s favorite mouse-slaying terror, the common house cat. But because of their adaptability and speed, they are still one of the most wide-spread and successful mammal species on Earth – they can be found in almost any environment and on almost every continent.

Mice certainly are cute and harmless in their natural environments, but they can be devastating pests when introduced to new environments. In parts of New Zealand and Australia, the absence of natural predators allows them to breed unchecked and devastate local crops and bird populations. Many birds were able to nest safely in the South Pacific islands until mice were introduced there by European explorers.

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The Death Of Conversation: I Photograph People Obsessed With Their Smartphones

Posted by babycakes romero

I don’t have a problem with portable tech specifically, because our devices facilitate our lives, but I believe it is making people seriously dull…

I started to photograph people in company on their phones as there was a certain symmetry to them and it appealed on a visual level, but as I continued I noticed an inherent sadness to the proceedings.

Before mobile phones were invented, people would have had no choice but to interact. However, that is no longer necessary as we can all now “pretend” we are doing something “important” on our devices rather than think of something to say. This is killing conversation. I believe it’s increasing social pain.

Most people used to use cigarettes as a social prop. Admittedly, they’re bad for your health, but at least they didn’t turn people into ‘plugged in’ bores. Together we must be strong and release ourselves from the shackles of smartphones and bring face-to-face chat back!

More info: babycakesromero.com

 

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This Photographer Is Changing Maternity Photography With His Underwater Mermaid Moms

Posted by Adam Opris:

My name is Adam Opris and I am a wedding and lifestyle photographer by day and underwater photographer by night. I am always trying to push the envelope and create art through people and their stories.

I grew up in South Florida with a love for everything outdoors. I’ve practically lived in the ocean my whole life. With that great love for water, I am bringing mermaids out of my maternity clients. By embracing buoyancy and enabling these pregnant women to be free, I am creating magic to capture pregnancy in all of its glory!

More info: Facebook | adamoprisphoto.com

 

 

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How To Trap A Cat In 3 Easy Steps

The Internet is collectively performing a study on cat behavioral psychology, and all of us (and our cats) can participate! After a few users on Reddit and Imgur noticed that their cats are attracted to circles, submissions poured in of other cat owners trying these low-tech traps on their feline friends.

One possible reason some of these cats might be attracted to these circles is their need for safety. Cats love small and secure spaces, so even the suggestion or illusion of one may prove more appealing than wherever they are at the moment.

More info: guremike.jp (h/t: reddit, imgur)

Step 1: Set the trap

Step 2: Lure the ferocious beast

Step 3: Gloat over your victory

He didn’t even see it coming

Repeat:

There’s no way to escape

He didn’t even know what hit him

Now People From All Over The World Are Trying This Trap:

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114 Buildings Around The World Shattering All The Conventions Of Traditional Architecture

75. Stamp House (Cape Tribulation, Australia)

78. School of Design OCAD Building (Toronto, Canada)

30 Of The Worst Packaging And Labeling Fails Ever

It seems like packaging design should be fairly simple, but there seem to be quite a few people in the business who don’t seem to get the basics. This list of packaging and labeling fails illustrates the importance of the phrase “measure twice, cut once.”

We’re sure we’ve missed something, so if you’ve noticed any hilarious, unintentionally inappropriate or simply failed product packages or labels, we’d love to see them! You can vote for your favorites in this list or add your own.

#1 Soup For Sluts

Soup For Sluts

 

#2 Barbie And Ken

Barbie And Ken

 

#3 My Dog

My Dog

 

#4 Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

 

#5 Training Balls

Training Balls

 

#6 Tastes Like Grandma

Tastes Like Grandma

 

#7 Strange Sausages

Strange Sausages

 

#8 Rice With Herpes

Rice With Herpes

 

#9 Musical Instrument

Musical Instrument

 

#10 Child Shredded Meat

Child Shredded Meat

 

#11 Watermelon

Watermelon

 

#12 It’s A Boy

It's A Boy

 

#13 Pampers

Pampers

 

#14 Homo Sausage

Homo Sausage

 

#15 The Jew’s Ear Juice

The Jew's Ear Juice

 

#16 Only Puke

Only Puke

 

#17 Incredibly Relaxing Toilet Seat

Incredibly Relaxing Toilet Seat

 

#18 Megapussi

Megapussi

 

#19 Fortune Cookie

Fortune Cookie

 

#20 Barbie

Barbie

 

#21 Nice Try Easter Bunny! Nice Try…

Nice Try Easter Bunny! Nice Try...

 

#22 Sweet Treat

Sweet Treat

 

#23 Strawberries

Strawberries

 

#24 Onions

Onions

 

#25 Easy Living

Easy Living

 

#26 Virginity Soap

Virginity Soap

 

#27 Australia

Australia

 

#28 How Do You Close This Juice Box?

How Do You Close This Juice Box?

 

#29 Crap In A Box

Crap In A Box

 

#30 Pull-Back Tarantula

Pull-Back Tarantula

 

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These are all submissions, their sources can all be found here.

Guy Lets His Artist Wife Doodle With Sharpie Pen On His Nissan Skyline GTR

While tuning up his Nissan Skyline GTR sports car, one auto enthusiast, together with his talented and supremely dedicated artist wife, accidentally stumbled upon an amazing way to give their sleek silver vehicle an unforgettable paintjob.

The car enthusiast, who is a member of the U.S. Military, hated the car’s silver color. One evening, he let his wife doodle on a few scratches on the bumper, and when the sun came up and he saw her stunningly intricate and elegant drawings, they knew they had to forge on. While he worked on tuning the insides, she drew on the car.

After roughly 100 hours of work and several clear coats to protect the design, they had an impressively beautiful car that they had tuned up as a team!

More info: nicoclub.com (h/t: granthem7)

 

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Latvian Cyclists Show How Much Space Bikes Save

To celebrate International No Car Day (Sept. 22), some clever Latvian bicyclists from the Let’s Bike It organization dressed their bikes up as automobiles in Riga to show how much space people waste when they commute by car instead of by bike.

By hanging colorful car-sized frame from their bikes, they highlight just how absurd it is that a single individual should take up so much space during their commute.

Bicycles can reduce traffic congestion by saving space, but that’s not all they’re good for. They help the environment by reducing traffic emissions and producing none of their own, and they’re a great form of exercise for workers who might otherwise sit at their desk all day.

More info: letsbikeit.ru | Facebook | Vkontakte (h/t: citylab)

 

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