Judging something based solely on appearance usually makes you shallow, so maybe Rik Waller should try that? For a search engine that runs on your hyper-critical eyeballs, try Oolone.
Just launched by a London neuroscientist and his probably-also-very-smart brother, Oolone's the planet's first "purely visual search engine", a sensible move given that the eyes are "naturally programmed to make judgments scanning images" -- and to make judgments on scanned images, which you'd know if you'd ever been fired after sitting on a copier during a Christmas party.
Search results are displayed four at a time, and consist of quadranted previews of the sites themselves, any of which you can expand by hovering over them; for the next four, simply scroll over, and so on, until you die or reach result # 1.3 billion.
The benefits are touted as including a simpler, "less cluttered" experience, the avoidance of ad-driven sites, and finding stuff faster by not having to open a dozen tabs, thus "giving your back button a rest", well-deserved after hitting it so hard when your mother walked in without knocking that one time.
On that note: the site does have a highly effective NSFW filter, which you can turn off by clicking in the top left corner, because hey, you can't preserve your Innocence forever.