Hilarious POPlitically Incorrect iPhone Cases from Saint Hoax

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Pseudonymous Middle Eastern artist Saint Hoax clearly has a lot of fun combining a love for POP Culture and Politics with Photoshop to result in art and objects that have a brutal honesty and wit. His iPhone cases are a way to own a piece of his twisted take on the world while amusing yourself and others. Read more

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Versions of Monopoly You Won’t Believe Exist – Part II

versions of monopoly part II

Yesterday I shared with you over 60 versions of Monopoly inspired by Pop Culture. Movie, Live Action TV and Celebrity versions as well as uniquely branded editions and Automotive editions. Read more

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Versions of Monopoly You Won’t Believe Exist – Part I

versions of monopoly part 1

By now you’ve long unwrapped your Christmas gifts. Maybe you received the board game Monopoly? If you did, which version? Did you know there are over 300 different versions of the official board game you can buy right now? OVER THREE HUNDRED?! Read more

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A Magical, Retro Christmas Courtesy of Disney Animator Ralph Hulett

Ralph Hulett Christmas Card Illustrations

Ralph Hulett Vintage Christmas Card Illustrations will immerse you in the whimsical and enchanting world of mid-century holiday art and design. Here are over 35 illustrations by the late Ralph Hulett, one of Disney’s most prolific background animators from 1946-1973. Read more

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Claus Goes Classic. Santa Inserted Into Famous Paintings.

Santa Inserted Into Famous Paintings

Photographer Ed Wheeler has been dressing up as Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick and inserting himself into great works of art since 2013. As Father Christmas, Wheeler makes an appearance in paintings by such masters as Rembrandt, Manet, Matisse, Rousseau, Homer, David and many more. Read more

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The Firemen Without Borders 2016 Calendar Is Smouldering.

Firemen Without Borders 2016 Calendar

The Calendrier des Pompiers Sans Frontières 2016 (The Firemen Without Borders 2016 Calendar) photographed by Fred Goudon isn’t just hot. It’s on fire. Read more

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