Category Archives: Made You Look
Last year I kept seeing this image (pictured) pop up all over Tumblr, but never with any attribution. Somewhere along the line, though I don’t remember when or how, I learned that photographer turned painter David Lyle was responsible.
Breakfast death game: Bacon vs. Gun.
[via Tim Turnip]
“Will’s a learning little boy right now. He loves to press buttons, turn light switches on and off and explore restaurants. He usually heads straight for the kitchen area of restaurants so we have to head him off quick.”
In the 1990s, anything was possible. Even photos like this.
Lee Jeffries is an accountant who also happens to take harrowing photos. “My involvement with the homeless started after an encounter with a young girl in London,” Jeffries told Impose Magazine back in September of 2010. “She was huddled under a sleeping bag in a doorway in Leicester Square and took offense as I stole a photo from a distance.…
Anatomical nesting dolls by Jason Levesque, for an exhibition at the Rothick Art Haus. (Source)
If all money featured the comically manipulated faces of deceased presidents, parting with it would be even more upsetting than it already is. Who would want to hand over a Bugged-Out Lincoln in exchange for a Coke and a bag of chips? Not exactly a fair trade. Unless, of course, a Mustachioed Washington or two…
According to photographer Michael DeMeo, “This [photo] was taken at Jessica’s birthday. Oaks Park is a weird amusement park here in Portland Oregon and the roller rink is filled with good old boys and it freaked me out.” (Photo via Michael J. DeMeo)
It’s only a matter of time before this item finds its way on to the menu at McDonald’s. I imagine December 2012 would be a good time to launch it. (via Obvious Winner)
Hills Department Stores always smelled like mustard and overcooked hot dogs. The snack bar at the front of each location was instant customer repellent, a concession stand teeming with health code violations. But as a kid, that store was like drugs. So many toys, so many toys. Pictured above: Al Leko and Jim McCollough, managers…
“I’ve always been intrigued by what happens below the surface, like what’s happening where we can’t see,” says Mark Tipple, photographer behind The Underwater Project. “Coming from a surfing background, I used to wonder what happens when we’re duck-diving, like, what it looks like from a different angle than what we can see. Kinda hard to explain but it…
Joe is from Utah. He’s a fair-skinned kid with reddish-brown hair that falls in ringlets around his face. I’m uncertain of his age. But if I had to guess, I’d bet on 13. A chicken claw scratched across the surface of his right eye. Now it’s bloodhsot, and looks like hell. (Image via Trinki Jankapoka)