Posted on Monday, November 4th, 2013 by Emily Mendel
Bored Panda is an online editorial with one mission: to fight boredom. The magazine presents strikingly visual articles focusing primarily on unconventional art in any form, both bizarre and beautiful.
When discussing art, most people usually imagine traditional forms such as paint on canvas, or pencil on paper. Bored Panda presents offbeat forms of art that make you realize just how many talented people surround you.
From the more eccentric collections that compare male models to real men side by side, to a mother creatively turning her baby’s nap time into artistic dreams, Bored Panda proves that art comes in more than one mould.
Other Bored Panda editorials include optical illusions, funny comics, and truly ridiculous products. With a diverse selection of articles to browse through, the site has accomplished their mission. I’m already on page 17 (for research purposes, obviously) and can’t seem to pull myself away. I love the variety of the articles because they don’t just stick to one type of collection or feature. There’s a diversity here that you can’t find anywhere else. I posted a few of my faves below even though I loved just about every post. But be forewarned: if you have a lot on your schedule, enter at your own risk.