Most people don't know this, but every time you groom your dog you can make a whole new dog. Sort of. After grooming their doggie, this husky owner decided to go meta and make a new dog from their old dog. It's cute, even though it's a little bit disturbing.
Share this. Then, maybe more people can make mini-dogs.
Few jobs look cooler on a business card than "Official White House Photographer." But that's precisely the job of Pete Souza, the man who's spent the last eight years documenting Barack Obama's two terms in The Oval Office.
"When you add up (the president's) day, and all the things that I photograph, I take a lot of pictures," said the photographer in a short interview for BBC Newsnight. "Someone in my office who monitors this said that I'll probably end up taking, at the end of eight years, two million photographs."
Souza, who was also Ronald Reagan's official photographer from 1983 to 1989, actually took his first pictures of Obama back in 2005. “He’s walking around Red Square, he’s on a sidewalk, and nobody knows who he is," said the photographer. Just four years later however, Obama was elected as the 44th President of the United States.
Take a look at some of Souza's amazing pictures below.
Danish writer Mikael Wulff and cartoon artist Anders Morgenthaler have created a brilliant series of graphs that illustrate some of the basic painful truths of everyday life in the Western world.
Their graphs and diagrams are snarky and sarcastic but, for the most part, true. This, coupled with their simple and official-looking design, makes them a delight to look at. Wulff and Morgenthaler share these images on Truth Facts along with other related humor sites.
If you think you may have seen their work before, it should come as no surprise - they are a fairly successful cartoon duo. Their rise to success started in 2001, when they entered and won a cartoon competition. When they won, they received a one-month run of their comic strip in Politiken, a national Danish newspaper. Their popularity soared with the new exposure and they soon found interest from more and more publishers, including several blogs and newspapers throughout Europe. Their most recent accomplishment was becoming a regular cartoon strip in the New York Times... replacing the venerable Doonesbury comic strip.