Daphne Tan, a 17-year-old from Singapore, has become a social media celebrity, and it's not for makeup tutorials or crazy stunts, but rather her incredible 3D latte art creations. "What sparked my interest was a school program where I had the opportunity to attend a workshop on the appreciation of gourmet coffee... I was experimenting with a French press and found a method to create stable foam to make 3D art on top of my cups," says Daphne. It takes around 10 to 20 minutes to create each piece of art and she now uses a milk frother from Nespresso to create the foam. Scroll down to see the results," said Daphne. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Photographer Conor Nickerson from Montreal, Canada reveals his new series, one in which he digitally inserts himself into childhood photos taken from 1997-2005, thus traveling back in time. "While looking through some old family photos, I wondered what it would it look like if tried to photoshop myself today into them. I gathered all the old hats and t-shirts that I could find and did my best to put myself into childhood moments which, aside from these photos, remain only a distant memory. It involved a lot of blurring, sharpening, and noise to try to get it to look like an older photo," said Nickerson. Continue reading for more.
Tile floor company Casa Ceramica was tired of people running through one of its hallways, so they decided to install an optical illusion using 400 floor tiles. Owner Duncan Cook posted several videos on social media of himself navigating floor just for a little promotion, and in hopes that one of the clips would go viral. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Fidget spinners come in all shapes and sizes, but the Chilli K188 is the world's first cell phone that doubles as one. Available in blue, red gold, and black, this $20 USD handset includes only the most essential features, including a tiny display, microSD expansion (up to 8GB), 280mAh battery, 32MB of RAM, 32MB of internal storage, Bluetooth connectivity, along with a SIM card slot. Continue reading for two more hands-on videos and information.
When you walk on this glass walkway located at the East Taihang Mountains Scenic Area in China's northern Hebei Province, it appears to crack right beneath you, but it's actually all just a clever illusion. How does it work? Well, apparently the workers placed shattered fragments of glass in one of the walkway's middle layers, stretching across several panels at the end of the bridge. When one walks over them, the glass appears to shatter under your feet, complete with faux sound effects. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of ten things you missed in the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer.
Let's face it, picking up someone from the airport can either be the easiest or the most frustrating of tasks, with no in-between. However, there are ways to lighten the mood, and this group of friends decided to coordinate a Star Wars-themed pickup, complete with Darth Vader and Stormtrooper costumes. With security so tight, it may not be possible to recreate this stunt, but it's definitely worth a second look. Continue reading for more funny and geeky airport pickup signs rounded up by Bored Panda.
The Fliz pedal-less bicycle first hit the internet years ago, but now it's making the rounds again. For those who missed it the first time, in addition to having no pedals, it utilizes a harness system that the rider hangs from, rather than sitting directly on the frame. This means the rider needs to run to build up momentum before placing their feet on a set of treads located near the rear wheel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Blade Trilogy basically follows Wesley Snipes as the tortured soul Blade, who is half man, half immortal. He sharpens his lethal skills under the guidance of Whistler - his mentor, guardian and fellow hunter of the night. Now this person decided to not heed the "Do Not Use Blade to Open" warning, and used a movie disc anyways. Continue reading to see more people who just don't care about your rules. Click here for a few bonus images.
Average Rob, whose real name is Robert Van Impe, is back at it again, and continues to digitally insert himself into celebrity photos, starting with the Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds image above. This Belgium-based digital artist isn't just a comedian, as he holds a Master's degree in Advertising and Marketing from Coventry University. By trade, he's a journalist for a Belgian comedy magazine Humo. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Architect Katerina Kamprani from Athens, Greece has been working on a series titled "The Uncomfortable," and it's exactly as it sounds, a line of strangely useless products. First up, we have an "Engagement Cups" with interlocking handles, which effectively makes them quite useless, or at least for anything liquid. "While most of product designers are often trying to make objects as useful as possible, Kamprani here does the exact opposite trying to discover the best way to annoy everyone with her creations," reports "Hallak65" of Bored Panda. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.