Dog owners are a proud bunch, and some love their dogs so much that they wear garments made of dog's wool- wool spun from their dog's fur.
Photographer Erwan Fichou captured images of people sporting dog's wool garments while standing next to their furry wool factories in a series called Dogwool, and boy do these folks look like they're ready for a fancy feast!
Creating a fashionable bed for your finicky feline can be inexpensive without looking cheap, and your cat will never know the difference between designer and DIY.
This fabulous cat bed, complete with purr-fectly awesome framed pictures and tiny pillow, was made from a $3 thrift store suitcase by Stefanie of Brooklyn Limestone, and she's even shared the step-by-step for fellow DIYers at her website.
Your cat might not prefer it to a cardboard box, but your sense of style will thank you for putting in the time and effort.
Ya gotta be sick to set off exploring in the world of Dead Space, what with all those demonic alien Necromorphs out there waiting to chew on your limbs.
The setting is stark, and so is the outfit worn by the protagonist Isaac Clarke, which is why this is a fine example of Dead Space cosplay, right down to the glowing bits on the helmet and lots of riveted metal bits.
In fact, this costume is so good that it attracted the attention of the game's creators EA Games, who have hired the cosplayer Kevin to do some promo work for them. Just don't let them send you out on a spacewalk!
The Psychos are crazed bandits that fear neither bullets to the head nor running at the nearest Vault Hunter with a live grenade in their hands in the Borderlands video game series.
Their strange looking masks reflect their twisted psyches, and this fine example of custom made leather masking was created by Epic-Leather, who cannot guarantee that the wearer won't go stark raving mad!
It's rare that Pixar scraps a project, but their work-in-progress Newt, which was supposed to have come out in 2011, had too many similarities to a certain parrot movie called Rio so the whole thing went the way of the dodo.
We may not get to see this film's amphibian stars in action, but at least we've got some beautifully painted concept art to feast our eyes upon, and boy are these panels bright!
The commercialization of the Steampunk subculture was inevitable, and though the diehard Steamsters will always sport their valves and brassy bits proudly it's time for a new crazy hybrid fashion culture to flourish.
Arriving just in time is the Rococopunk movement, and where the Steamsters were refined these Rococo punks are just plain, well...PUNK!
Celebrating decadence and excess like a golden statue of Bacchus, these fashionable freaks are bringing a bit of color to the world, one frilly undergarment at a time.
Mister Whiskers is a big fan of Easter, and an even bigger fan of the Easter Bunny, so this year he's decided to get a head start on the egg-ceptional holiday by dressing up in bunny ears while he waits for his sugary treats to arrive.
Vampirella is one drop dead gorgeous monster, with a sinfully seductive look that makes fanboys eager to part with their blood. She's so alluring that it's easy to forget that she's undead, until she sinks her fangs into your neck and the true horror of her nature comes to life.
It's hard to find a cosplayer that truly captures Vampirella's pulse pounding appeal, but Micheline Pitt has hit the stake right on the head with her portrayal of the Princess of Darkness, as photographed by Chris Gomez.
As long as you're willing to laugh at yourself while wearing a ridiculously bad costume you can throw a low budget look together with stuff lying around your house.
Case in point- this Krang cosplayer made her costume out of a cardboard box, duct tape and a bunch of pink (yarn?) glued together in alien form. She may not pose a threat to the Ninja Turtles, but her budget look is definitely going to get her noticed!
Disney art has gone totally three dimensional in Lyla Warren's latest series of sculptures, which feature a fiery Maleficent bursting out of a picture frame, Mickey sleeping peacefully in among an artfully twisted beanstalk, among the other sculptures which don't really have anything to do with Disney.
When you reveal to your kids that a trip to Disney World has been booked, and they'll soon be rubbing elbows with Mickey Mouse in the Magic Kingdom, they generally get excited, or at least kinda happy.
The two brothers in this video, however, clearly had their hearts set on a trip to Chicago, so a trip to Disney World has made their life a living hell.
Disney World- it ain't got nothin' on the Windy City folks!
Who knows what lies beneath the skin of the living? Body painter Danny Quirk, that's who, and he shares his vision with the world through his gruesomely good anatomical art.
Here's more on Danny's body art:
...he’s painted images of what we look like on the inside right onto peoples’ skin using Sharpie markers and acrylic latex. His plan is to make this a 15-20 page series. He’s also done an even creepier series of images which are available in his Etsy store. They’re paintings on canvas that show people vivisecting themselves and neatly revealing their insides.