Have you ever dreamt of a bath full of colorful sprinkles? Would you like to walk in the room full of yellow and pink bananas? Are you the ice cream lovers and lovers of everything related them? If yes, you must get to know the ice cream museum that was established in Los Angeles not o long ago and where all of us can feel children again.
Award winning Illustrator & Animator Rachel Ryle is a social media maven of sorts. She enchants viewers by her 15 seconds short-story animations. Having been named the #1 Instagram account to follow by MTV & BuzzFeed, she focuses on incorporating her art & animations into her posts. We encountered Rachel's art some time ago and we immediately decided to share this new discovery with you. We strongly recommend you to watch some of her animations. We are convinced they will make you smile.
Tiny doors at the bottom of buildings, covered below the pavement and corners of big cities... This little form of street art is noticed by few who, despite everyday rush, are able to see what can be invisible for many others. Mows Doors - are incredible, due to simplicity and form. We have fallen in love with them at first sight.
At the Centre of Contemporary Art in Toruń an exhibition took place that was inspired by the Lewis Carroll's book "Alice in Wonderland". The works of 72 artists from 16 countries were presented. The references to the cult novel have been several times made on our blog, and again this time I cannot resist to show you the amazing works I saw and photographed.
Stickers are important elements of contemporary street art. These small art forms may affect the well-being of people, communicate ideas and views. They induce to reflect, sometimes are mysterious, subversive or fun and funny. Used by underground artists are often mini-masterpieces.
Cult toys live in our reality thanks to the master of staging Arnaud Brecht :)