Redditor michaelsiemsen found the perfect way to hold onto all of the useless stuff in his garage his wife wouldn't let him throw away. "For the past two years, anything sitting in our garage that the wife says we can't get rid of, I've hung as "art" in our otherwise useless front room" -- michaelsiemsen
Consider us humbled. While we have been preoccupied trying to rotate text in MS Paint, 87 year old Concha García Zaera has been creating full-fledged masterpieces with the program. In an interview with Radio Valencia, the Spanish grandmother revealed that she used to paint IRL - until her family bought her a computer. Since trading bristled brushes for brush tools, she's created 17 vibrantly hued digital artworks - and become a viral sensation on Twitter.
While Concha isn't hurting for followers (She's already hit the 100k mark) we encourage you to smash that follow button and show her some love!
For his series The O Project, Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti asked his female models to pose alone in front of the camera, to capture portraits illustrating orgasm and female pleasure. This amazing series aims to break the taboos and unspoken issues surrounding female sexuality.
We're not sure what kind of person tries to spray paint a four hundred dollar vase, but it makes sense that it's the same kind of person who demands that the store she bought it from pay for her mistake. We're kind of hoping this customer is lying about the whole thing in order to defraud the store, but given the stupid-ass customers we've dealt with in our own lives, she's probably telling the idiotic truth. For a triumphant story of an employee who actually gave an awful customer a piece of their mind, check out this cashier who told off a Karen and lived.
A Japanese artist who goes by the name of Stone Artist Akie is a name you should remember.
She makes beautiful art out of small stones: "To me, stones are not simple materials or canvases for painting pictures on. Among all those numerous stones on a river bank, one stone, looking like an animal, catches my eye. When I find a stone, I feel that stone has found me too. Stones have their own intentions, and I consider my encounters with them as cues they give me it's OK to go ahead and paint what I see on them', she told ArtFido.
Let's take a look at some of her incredible work. We had some hard time picking our favorite.