1. (Source: 310598, via distorment)

  2. The Secret Garden of Snails by Vyacheslav Mishchenko

  3. Hillary Luetkemeyer aka Hibbary

  4. cavity

    (Source: blog.houseandbike.com)

  5. (Source: chatelaine.com)

  6. Glass: Hiromi Masuda, Japan

    (Source: blog.goo.ne.jp)

  7. Benedetto Papi and Edoardo Satamato of Italian creative agency Invasiona Creativa began to wonder: what jobs would pop culture characters have, and how would their cards look?

  8. Elvis Jankus captured by Olgaç Bozalp and styled by DAN+SHAN.  Art direction and collage by Meric Canatan.

  9. Julian Schnabel: In The Course of Seven Days

    A Rare Look Inside the Artist’s Home Studio as He Opens His First US Museum Show Since the 1980s

    (Source: prod.nowness.createthe.com)

  10. Robert “Tone” Proch is now in Denmark where he teamed up with Sepe to work on this new piece somewhere on the streets of Aalborg.

  11. The Albany Bulb, a former landfill situated on a fist-shaped peninsula that juts into the San Francisco Bay, is a lot of things to a lot of people.

    Mark Andrew Boyer, a student at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, went to the Bulb looking for a story this fall. When he met Bob Anderson, he knew he’d found one.  Even on a peninsula populated by handmade, ramshackle structures, Anderson’s place, half home and half art piece, stood out.

    Anderson told Boyer he had been living with his mother in Berkley, Calif., until 2011. When she died, he became homeless. Before that, he said, he had been a professional boxer living and fighting in Las Vegas.

    Last year, the Albany City Council voted to remove the encampments on the Bulb in order to incorporate the area into the Sylvia McLaughlin Eastshore State Park. With help from the city, some residents have found homes outside of the Bulb. Others, including Anderson, sued to block the eviction.

    Last month, a city inspector found Anderson’s mansion to be unsafe, and it was demolished on March 19.

    Anderson is now living with his girlfriend in a tent near where his house once stood. Though his fate is uncertain, Boyer said Anderson has no plans to leave the Bulb.

    (Source: Slate)

  12. pumpkin

  13. (Source: bungalow1a.com)

  14. On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2014 the installation Animal House has come alive at Viale Umbria 42. A festive caravansary of Marni, in collaboration with a group of Colombian women, where giraffes, ostriches, rabbits, ducks, donkeys and flamingos, made of metal and bright colored PVC, have taken over the space, joining the products of the new limited edition charity project.

  15. art apartment designed by Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke of Arent&Pyke