Paper Cut Razors (Plus Other Images of the Week)
Ina Yang
at 09:52 AM Jun 16 2014

Another week, another world full of amazing images to curdle your mind – except in a good way. Feast your peepers on the following 10…

  • Paper Cut Razors

    This bold design harnesses the power of the annoying paper cut and transforms it into a fully functional razor. It’s made of water-resistant paper and used like your regular disposable razor. It may not be as fearsome as the laser beard trimmer, but it sure is mind blowing.

  • Edible Zen Rock Garden

    Zen rock gardens create miniature landscapes from carefully composed arrangements of rocks, raked sand, and other natural objects. This one is made entirely of edible ingredients. Hopefully you can finish arranging your garden before it inspires hunger and you eat it all up.

  • The World Cup From Above

    Since day one of the World Cup, NASA has released an entire album of aerial views of countries participating in the 2014 World Cup. Can you guess which country is depicted here on the left? (Hint: it’s the host country)

  • Sliced Glass Paintings

    This is Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin of the Rocks in glass, expertly melted and layered together before being sliced to reveal the painting. Much complicated.

  • Beyonce’s Master Cleanse Diet

    You can call yourself Queen Bee—but only after you’ve gone through Beyonce Knowles’ “master cleanse diet” composed of lemon juice, maple syrup, cayenne pepper, salt, and laxative herbal tea. Um, I’m not sure I want to follow her beygency’s steps here.

  • Sushi Cat

    This adorable orange cat wearing a yellow blanket looks like an sushi omelet. Fortunately, this is just a photographic series of posters and postcards. Warning: do not eat.

  • Surreal Digital Art

    Be careful the next time you walk down the street—don’t let your shadow get the better of you. Yes, this is Photoshop, but what Photoshop! Martín De Pasquale is a true master of manipulation.

  • Drunken Murals

    It’s no surprise that homo sapiens like to drink! A pre-Hispanic mural aptly named Los bebedores (The Drinkers) shows 164 characters participating in a celebration with overflowing pre-historic alcoholic beverages.

  • Everyday Astronauts

    I mean, it’s obvious that an astronaut would walk their dog with a drone, while looking dapper and strutting down the street in their space suit.

  • Google Street Art

    Google’s panoramic lenses now show you street art from around the world, both past and present. Also, who doesn’t like turtles?

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