January 28, 2009

PETA's Overtly Sexual Ad for the Super Bowl Banned by NBC

PETA is getting raunchy on me. This overtly sexual ad submitted by the animal rights organization to NBC to be aired during the upcoming Super Bowl, got banned because it was considered to be too damn racy.

Michael McGraw, spokesperson for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), notes:

"Lingerie-clad women caressing broccoli spears, enjoying an odd asparagus moment, and kissing a pumpkin are too racy for Super Bowl audiences, says NBC. The network has benched PETA's new TV ad launch promoting vegetarian foods -- a campaign PETA had commissioned specifically for the big game."

January 23, 2009

Amazing Wearable Skirt Made out of a Wood Coffee Table

This the work of avant garde fashion designer Hussein Chalayan. This skirt is a seemingly ordinary coffee table that had been part of the stage set at one of Chalayan's fashion shows until a model steps into the table, pulls it up around her waist and walks with it! The piece of furniture becomes a wearable, portable garment. Beautiful and absolutely amazing!


Note: Please DO NOT STEAL these images. If you copy these images, be decent enough to give proper credit. Thank you.

January 20, 2009

Terminator Robots Getting Down and Dirty!

These terminator sex positions are the bomb in a freakish sort of way! I have to confess that I am a fanatic of the Terminator series and whoever came up with this idea is 1) an absolute perv and 2) a first rate genius. You can just see the intensity of the love-making by looking at their bloodshot robot eyes. Genial but also absolutely perverted. Off course...


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January 14, 2009

Absolutely Gorgeous and Magical Eyes

I published the gorgeous and luscious lips a couple of months ago. Why not publish the eyes as well? I love this photoshopped work! What do you think?


Please do not steal these images without giving proper credit. I work hard to find this stuff. Thank you.

January 7, 2009

Gorgeous and Artistic Wallpaper by "Hooked on Walls"

These are some of the most creative and beautiful wallpapers that I have ever seen. These gorgeous stuff was designed by "Hooked on Walls."

The wallpaper comes in four collections and patterns called Jealous Walls, Stolen Diamonds, Hysterical Glamour, and Belgian Graffiti and they were designed by "Hooked on Wall". If you want more info about these stuff, visit Hooked on Walls.


January 5, 2009

The Paintings of Renaissance Masters Blended with the Images of Superheros

This wonderful and fun website call worth1000 does frequent competitions among it's members involving photoshop. This is the result of a contest they did blending the paintings of Renaissance Masters with that of superheros such as Batman in it's incarnation as The Black Knight, Spiderman, and Catwoman among others. This stuff is really well done.

The Son Of Batman is a remake of Belgian surrealist master Rene Magritte’s “The Son on Man.”

“Batman Mourning.” I don't who the Renaissance Master this was copied from

“Poison Ivy Pestering Batman Again.”


“Catwoman”, is based on one of Salvador Dali’s many surrealist paintings.

“The Death of Kent” which is a digital reworking of David’s Death of Marat.

Next we have a representation called “Spiderman and Doc Oc” which was inspired by a painting from the irrepressibly impious Salvador Dali.

“David X Men” which was, off course, was inspired by the world famous statue by Renaissance master Michelangelo.

“The Joker.” This representation was inspired by one of Rembrandt’s many self portraits.

January 1, 2009

Amazing Recreations of Old Master's Paintings That Utilize Children as Models

"Rainier Elstermann series "Old Masters", recreates classic art staples replacing the original models with children, giving the end results a strange kind of gravitas." Amazing work and awesome talent!

"Girl with a Pearl Earring", 1665 by Johannes Vermeer

"Portrait of a Chambermaid", 1625 by Peter Paul Rubens

"Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour", 1756 by Francois Boucher

"Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling", 1527 by Hans Holbein the Younger

"Portrait of a Young Girl", 1460 by Petrus Christus

"Portrait of Margaretha van Eyck", 1439 by Jan van Eyck

"Lady with an Ermine", 1490 by Leonardo da Vinci

"Maria Portinari", 1470 by Hans Memling

via Wicked Halo