Hollyweed not Hollywood, the prankster (and his wife) who hijacked the hills of California.
You most probably heard about this very recent prank – on the 1st January, the famous HOLLYWOOD sign got hijacked to read HOLLYWEED.
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“I... Read more
Fidel Castro passed away last Friday, he was 90 years old. We browsed the Internet and gathered below a few pics of street art all related to either Cuba or its most famous Prime Minister – Fidel Castro
Here are 10 Fidel Castro & Cuba Related... Read more
We found this campaign created by Ad Agency DDB Uruguay for S.I.N.A.E. and Dirección Nacional de Bomberos which talks about forest fires.
The campaign was launched in summer to raise awareness on the importance of prevention as a means of stopping... Read more
We love animated GIFs as well as Salvador Dali so here is 10 animations we found combining the two. Enjoy
About Salvador Dali
Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marqués de Dalí de Pubol (11 May 1904 – 23 January 1989), known... Read more
Last week first edition of our pop up at l’Escargot was a success.
Although we ended up in the Salon Vert instead of The Library, we managed to play with the existing layout (we cannot make new holes or adjustment in this venue – fair enough... Read more
When we first noticed Chen Wenling’s “What You see Might Not Be Real” sculpture, we immediately wanted to find out more about the artist and his work. This is not the name which jumped at us but the rather amusing look of the sculpture... Read more
The finished piece (click to enlarge)
Okuda (Spain) and Remed (France) have renewed the symbolic sculpture located in the vineyards of the winery Campo Viejo in La Rioja, Spain this past week. The work entitled “A Bridge Between Sky and Earth”... Read more
Some of you may know this – UK Parliament will debate on a second EU referendum at Westminster Hall on 5 September 2016, after an online petition attracted more than four-million signatures. As a reminder, 51.9% of the UK voted to leave the European... Read more
Otto Schade flu to Malta and attended Sunscape festival in Malta. He produced new artwork for the occasion, namely “Snail’s life” which depicts a snail having as its shell, a skull looking one.
Special paint was used so the artwork glows... Read more
Born in California, Arrow is a world-renowned street artist who has kept his identity a secret. His name was created when he began painting the word ‘Above’ on freight trains as a teenager.
He later shifted to drawing arrows pointing above,... Read more