The New American Gothic by Criselda Vasquez (Oil on Canvas 72 x 48)

In this oil on canvas painting by Criselda Vasquez, she uses her parents to reinterpret and contemporize the iconic 1930 painting by Grant Wood, American Gothic. Completed in 2017 and measuring 72 inches tall and 48 inches wide, Vasquez adds: As the American-born daughter of two Mexican immigrants, I illustrate their plight and the plight of many in my community with my art. I want to expose the heart-breaking pain of what a Mexican immigrant’s family goes through. I focus on bringing my family’s world into the light and out of the shadows. My paintings are best described as visual comments on the hidden daily reality of the Mexican-American experience. These portraits and still lifes reveal my family in their …

These Artists Turn Their Cats Shedded Fur Into Tiny Cat Hats

It all started when Ryo Yamazaki noticed a clump of fur on his floor and rather than throw it out, he molded it into a small pointy hat and placed it on one of his cat’s head as a joke. 100+ hats and 100,000+ Instagram followers later, and it’s safe to say Yamazaki’s ‘cat hats’ struck a chord with a feline-obsessed Internet. Ryo crafts each hat with his wife, Hiromi Yamazaki, and the couple reuse the shed fur from their three Scottish Fold cats: Nya, Maru, and Mugi. Scottish Folds are known for their wide eyes, rounded faces, and their bewildered facial expression. For those concerned that the cats may appear troubled or discomfited, that is their general demeanour, hat …

These Guys Made a Budget Avengers Assemble and Its Hilarious

Now just imagine how much fun they had that day making this silly vid lol. Original IG video embedded below in case the above vid gives you any problems. View this post on Instagram ðŸ…°ï¸ Avengers: Endgame. ðŸ’°â¬‡ï¸ But it’s low budget. • • • #butitslowbudget A post shared by But It’s Low Budget (@butitslowbudget) on Sep 16, 2019 at 3:30pm PDT   Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Guy Makes Oversized Novelty Weapons from Old Amazon Boxes

Japanese artist, the ‘Crafty Transformer‘, has amassed a large online following for his amazing DIY cardboard creations. Drawing inspiration from popular videos games, anime, and manga, he recreates well-known character gadgets, weapons, and tools. He even provides templates you can download (found in his YouTube video descriptions) along with step-by-step instructions in his videos. Below we’ve embedded some of his most popular vids along with some gifs, photos and even a fan-made compilation of his awesome work. For more, check out his YouTube page! Crafty Transformer seems to be making a much better use of his Amazon boxes than the rest of us 😯 (take note, Nintendo labo dev team) pic.twitter.com/NwtbAdvzst — ð–›ð–†ð–‘ð–Šð–“ð–™ð–Žð–“𖆠✣ ð–‘ð–”ð–—𖉠🌑 👽 (@VPestilenZ) August 29, …