While most people would see a dirty car window as, well, a dirty car window, artist Scott Wade sees a blank canvas! Wade, who lives on a Texas dirt road notorious for covering cars in white dust, uses his fingers and an assortment of brushes to turn grime into art. What started as doodles when he was just a kid, has blossomed into a lifelong passion thats earned him the nickname the da Vinci of…
Whether you’re a full-time vegetarian or just feel like trying something new, these plant-based patties are sure to bring a fresh taste to the dinner table!
Southwest Chipotle Chickpea Burger
The incredible flavor in this sandwich will make you wonder why anyone cares so much about having beef in their burger.
Carol Rossetti is a Brazilian designer who posts empowering and quirky illustrations of women to Facebook. These are the kind of images that not only promote positive body image, but also protest the world’s attempts to control women’s bodies and behavior.
Rossetti encourages women to take control of their bodies and identities.
Up until the 1970s, color photography was rare. Thus, our vision of history is so often in black and white only. Rare colorized historical photos are our only chance at seeing what the world really looked like…and, boy, was it spectacular.
Claude Monet in 1923
Long necks, long legs, and undeniably big hearts. There’s nothing cuter than a baby giraffe.
1. This little guy who’s really happy to see you.
Clark Little is a surf photographer who specializes in shorebreak. In other words, Little rushes directly into crashing waves to capture astonishing views of the ocean from a perspective that was only familiar to surfers – until now. (Stay tuned for the video at the end to see his whole artistic process!)
It all started when his wife wanted to buy an expensive professional photograph of the…