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Unleash your creativity with these offbeat ideas that will help you think outside the box. Explore unique and unconventional ways to express yourself and make a statement.
Wedding Dress Thurdays: can this be a thing!? "We decided to do Wedding Dress Thursday at work. I work with two other women and I just happened to have dresses that fit us all, so this was really bound to happen. At noon, we disappeared into an abandoned office and reappeared as brides.  Please note that the guns in the photos aren't real; they're peripherals we used on past software products. We were going for a Charlie's Angel type of vibe!" Dulhan Dress, White Formal Dress, Formal Dresses, Fancy Prom Dresses, Going Out Dresses, Fancy Frocks, Offbeat Bride, Bridal Dresses, Men Wedding Dress

Jehnua has a few extra wedding dresses that she got super cheap on Craigslist. One she'll wear at her reception, another one she'll turn into a zombie bride dress for the annual local Zombie Walk (obviously!). But what to do with the others...

Vanessa D| Brite & Bubbly!
Photo Vintage, Vintage Tv, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Pink, Deco Miami, Wes Anderson Aesthetic, Kreative Portraits, Mood Board, Vision Board

Welcome to the happy cottage of Flickr user devotedsatellite! She didn't have time to give us a tour herself, but I couldn't let this house go unnoticed. Luckily, it's jam-packed with cool stuff to look at, and the photos mostly speak for themselves.

Jennifer Marx
Cute_brute_int_11 Illustrations And Posters, Drawing Illustrations, Seductive Pose, Concept Draw, Boy Illustration, Positive Art, Queer Art, Dark Pictures, Hippie Wallpaper

Based in Brooklyn, illustrator Cute Brute creates delightfully risqué images with characters often in seductive poses or in offbeat situations. Mainly male-focused, the illustrator’s clean cut figures navigate a world that’s both familiar and surreal.

Marie Galanti
Stephen Shore, Walker Evans, Edward Hopper, Edward Steichen, Edward Weston, Photography Marketing, Film Photography, Street Photography, Colour Photography

The Stephen Shore exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art casts a wide net, including the anomalous periods when Shore worked abroad, but its main focus is his many photographs of hyper-quotidian America, our stalest shades of red, white, and blue. These quiet and straightforward pictures—of food, buildings, cars, and toilets—show that Shore is best understood as a photographer uninterested in photographing what is agreed to be worthy of capture.

Keri Bieniek