BY Emma Pacchiana
on Feb 18, 2014
Dreading the beginning of the work week after President's Day weekend? Regretting going a little too hard while celebrating America's founding fathers? The adorable tumblr Animals Sitting on Capybaras is guaranteed to brighten your morning. The blog (and its accompanying twitter account) feature exactly what is advertised: over 100 images of small animals sitting on your favorite oversized rodent, the capybara. How are there so many different varieties of animals ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Feb 10, 2014
Sir Tom is Sydney, Australia-based designer Anne Waters’ line of handmade housewares and handbags.
Spotty Clutch, $70, sirtom.etsy.com
Mix It Up
Double your print action with a silk chiffon scarf, handmade in California by Kindah Khalidy.
The "Nice to Meet You" Silk Scarf, $140, kindahkhalidy.com
In Fine Leathers
German illustrator Peggy Wolf’s line of handmade cases displays her eye for design on natural ... Read More
Have you heard of Harlow and Sage? Harlow is a dashing and giddy weimaraner whose expressive face recalls the work of William Wegman's beloved beasts. Sage is his majestic and slightly graying dachshund friend. Well, just in time for the holidays, Harlow is ready to introduce us to the newest member of their family, Indi the dachshund puppy. If this isn't love, I don't know what is!
Thanks to Twenty Two Words
Images via Twenty ... Read More
Imagine a place where cats roam free, where felines own the land. That place is a real island off the beautiful coast of Fukuoka, Japan. We've told you about this before, but it's been getting a lot of attention lately, and it's just so great, we needed to post an update. Often referred to simply as “Cat Heaven,” the island drew the affections of the photographer Fubirai, who chose to photograph the cats over five years. His photographic ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich
on Nov 18, 2013
It's the start of another week, which means it's time to face the struggles of life anew. What better to combat that with than videos of small and fuzzy animals doing ridiculous stuff?! There's nothing that says "I'll worry about those taxes later!" quite like a clip of a hamster stuffing ten carrots into his cheek pouches. In that spirit, we've prepared for you a clip-a-day to keep productivity away! Happy squealing.
On Monday, we are all a Bun ... Read More
BY Eloise Giegerich
on Oct 25, 2013
Never fear, this video will brighten even the dullest of slow-moving Fridays! Filmed by a parent at a preschool dance recital, the video showcases a little girl who forgoes the choreographed dance on stage, choosing to instead bust out her own moves and be all around amazing. While her counterparts determinedly (and rather solemnly) attempt to follow the beat of the song “Broadway Baby” from the musical Follies, this energetic toddler bounces about, ... Read More
BY Solange Castellar
on Oct 07, 2013
Get ready to let the awwww’s flow because this tiny human is truly adorable! Last Friday, October 4th, dance teacher Tianne King and her daughter Heaven (such an appropriate name!) showcased their dance moves on The Ellen Show. The two became internet-famous back in May of this year when Tianne uploaded to YouTube a video of the duo dancing to Beyoncé’s “End of Time.” Here’s the original video of the two:
At the time of ... Read More
One of my first two-syllable words was “whisper;” I whispered it to my mother. Whispering is one of the most human ways of communicating; it can convey intimacy, fear, love. Until now, no species except humans have ever been caught mid-whisper.
A group of tamarin moneys were captured and their communication studied at The Central Park Zoo. The squirrel-sized tamarins are some of the most community-oriented primates around, and their ... Read More
on Sep 25, 2013
This heartwarming video, of a father helping soothe his 4-year-old little girl's fear of fireworks by singing a precious song with her, is guaranteed to make you happy, so watch it whenever you feel you need a boost.
But be warned: Side-effects may include instantaneous release of eggs from ovaries; overwhelming desire to locate sperm immediately; uterine weeping; blurred vision from tears of joy; uncontrolled desire to clutch at heart; sudden urge to say ... Read More
We all know and love Dr. Seuss’s brilliant children’s books, texts, and artworks that taught us that love and compassion for every living soul can be magical; after all, “A person’s a person no matter how small.” His work has helped countless children navigate the confusion and excitement of growing up, made our futures seem full of endless fantasy: “Kid, you’ll move mountains!”
But guess what? He also wrote a ... Read More