Author: twistedsifter

Oct 16, 2014

Artist Uses Sharpie to Give Nissan Skyline GTR One of a Kind Paint Job

Artist Uses Sharpie to Give Nissan Skyline GTR One of a Kind Paint Job

Like so many projects, the ‘sharpie art car’ evolved from humble beginnings. Back in 2010, Collen Kelton was in the market for a GT-R. He was looking for a ‘midnight purple’ version but the only two he found were asking too much—so he ended up with a silver 1995 Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R. In…

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Oct 16, 2014

Yoga Joes: Little Plastic Green Army Men Doing Yoga

Yoga Joes: Little Plastic Green Army Men Doing Yoga

Yoga Joes are the brainchild of Brogamats who launched the project on Kickstarter where it was successfully funded last week. The team exceeded their goal of $40,000 raising a staggering $108,065 from 2,879 enthusiastic backers. Brogamats describes the fun idea as, “peaceful action figures designed to inspire children, men, and military veterans to try…

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Oct 15, 2014

Picture of the Day: This Rock Looks Like an Elephant

Picture of the Day: This Rock Looks Like an Elephant

Photograph by Christoph Praxmarer About 90 km south of Paris you will find Fontainebleau, described as one of the best bouldering areas in Europe. According to Climb Europe, many of the sandstone rocks are found in the forests surrounding Fontainebleau, making for a magical and unique setting. The most famous boulder in the area…

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Oct 15, 2014

1-Star Yelp Reviews of National Parks

1-Star Yelp Reviews of National Parks

Mashable’s Max Knoblauch compiled a funny series of 1-star Yelp reviews of famous US National Parks, turning the best snippets into image macros. If you’ve used online reviews to help make travel decisions you already know people’s experience of the same place can be wildly different. The lesson? Take individual reviews (especially those on…

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Oct 15, 2014

Solar Drawings Made with a Magnifying Glass

Solar Drawings Made with a Magnifying Glass

Artist Jordan Mang-Osan harnesses the power of the sun with a magnifying glass to create his wood-burned works of art. The award-winning artist from the Philippines also paints and you can see much more of his work on Facebook and Fine Art America where original paintings can be purchased. 1. Artwork by JORDAN…

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Oct 14, 2014

Picture of the Day: Rub My Belly

Picture of the Day: Rub My Belly

Photograph by WilleeCole An English bulldog lies on his back in full ‘rub my belly’ request mode. How can you say no to a face like that? To see what 17 different breeds of dogs look like at six weeks old, check out this post. via WilleeCole @ iStock

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Oct 14, 2014

Highline Hammock Session in the Dolomites

Highline Hammock Session in the Dolomites

On September 9, 2014, 22 people nestled into 16 hammocks for one epic chillout session. Photographer Sebastian Wahlhütter was on hand to capture the day’s events which took place on Monte Piana, in the famous Dolomites mountain range of northeastern Italy. In a recent blog post, Wahlhütter explains: This special set up was rigged…

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