How I dress to go outside in this weather
When someone my age has a steady job, cool friends, always looks put together, travels often, and seems happy with their love life
We hope you’re thirsty for some more amazing 3D coffee art. These exceptionally frothy works of art art the work of Yuuichi Ito, who works at Belcorno, an Italian restaurant in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Head over to RocketNews24 to check out more of Mr. Ito’s kawaii and colorful coffee art.
UK-based artist Kayleigh O’Connor (previously featured here) first started using false nails simply to conceal the grisly consequences of her nail biting habit, but it didn’t take long for those false nails to evolve into an awesome, ever-changing art project. She changes up her nails a few times a week and draws inspiration from a wealth of pop culture sources, particularly TV shows and movies. She’s got a whole set of Dr. Who-inspired manicures and we love that one of her Futurama-inspired treatments included a Brain slug.
beautiful nails…but how can you get anything done?
Ice orchestra performs in ‘gigantic cosmic igloo’
You know music is great when it gives you chills, and in the case of Ice Music, that’s meant quite literally.
Based in Luleå, Sweden, Ice Music is a frosty artistic project in which bundled up musicians celebrate the spirit of snowy Lapland winters by playing on instruments handcrafted from blocks of ice.
This atmospheric series depicts the chaos and squalor of New York’s subway system in 1981, in all its graffitied glory. The then 22-year-old Christopher Morris – these days best known for his war photography – was interning at a photo agency. “I was new to New York, at the very start of my career, and I became mesmerised by the total urban decay, that was most visual with the subway system.” See more