Badder than evil scans of “classic” movie posters. Well, OK, one man’s classic is another man’s unwatchable cack, but hey, anyone that doesn’t dig Three
The sleeveface Flickr photo pool is a work of genius! Please, somebody do a Don Blackman!
Outstandingly original advertising for a sickeningly ugly vehicle. The “Bushman & Eskimo” ad in this series is equally compelling.
The Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin has a new exhibition focusing on the “classic” period of paparrazi photography. “Pigozzi and the Paparazzi” has over 350
The Original 1940s Photos pool on Flickr boasts over 1,000 photographs, including a limited number in colour.
John Ivers loves roller coasters. So much so that he built one in his back garden. Judging by the video, it looks like his whole
Fräuleinwunder Hildegard Knef’s über hip, neo-kitsch masterpiece “Holiday Time” is light-years ahead of its early 70s contemporaries. Remarkably, this was a B-side upon release!
Darth Vader’s skills with a golf putter are enough to make a grown man weep.
The ingenious mowerbike is undoubtedly the greatest invention of the 21st century to date.
Danny Zabbal’s improbable superheroes include retired cop Larry 3000 and the unfortunate Thunder Bear. Nice work that man.
Award-winning photographer Julian Wolkenstein’s portfolio is as impressive as it is diverse.
The first Jaguar D-Type to roll off the production line in 1955 sold for a record £2,201,500 following frenzied bidding over the weekend. The 3.4-litre
Canadian illustrator Steve Mack has some delightful work in his portfolio.
Watch in awe as Mr T punishes a puny speed walker in this TV spot by AMB BBDO.
Alicia Traveria’s Tom Selleck birthday cake is a masterpiece! Who wouldn’t want a delicious slice of Big Tom on their birthday?
Carl Weathers is without doubt the most underrated action hero of the 20th century. Everyone loved him as Apollo Creed in the Rocky films, but
The new NSPCC TV spot to highlight the Campaign Against Smacking is splendid. Creative by Nexus, based just down the road in Shoreditch.
Do you love the reflection you’re greeted with each morning in the bathroom mirror? If so, you’re sure to enjoy FaceWorthy, the social networking site
Lively, currently in beta, is Google’s answer to Second Life. The downloadable application allows you to create rooms, decorate them to your liking, then make
Graphic designer Russ Mills’ portfolio features some innovative illustrations, created using some equally innovative methods: “they begin life as sketches in ink, the tool of
Ah, the Rubik’s Cube – possibly the most frustrating puzzle/toy/gadet/thing ever invented. Few people are blessed with the patience to complete one, discounting those, like
In 1992, James May (aka Captain Slow) was fired from Autocar magazine for creating a hidden message in their end of year “Road Test Year
Suffolk-based illustrator Simon Wild has a great portfolio that’s well worth a look.
Saatchi & Saatchi‘s campaign for Safeguard soap is a graphic reminder of the importance of washing one’s hands.
The Shit Box is a lightweight, portable cardboard toilet that’s ideal for festivals, camping or the homeless. At Â£15.67 it’s well worth a punt if