This is not a street art performance or part of a city festival - this is what the old town sector (or medina) in Chefchaouen, Morocco, has looked like every day of the year for quite a few decades. The vivid blue paint covers most of the medina's walls.
Mirrorsme, a young Norwegian instagramer, has certainly altered our perception of mirror selfies. A new Internet starlet has been drawing funny interactive illustration with chalk markers, posca markers, and acrylic markers on her bathroom mirror for over a year.
Though it looks like a scene from another apocalyptic flick, these rows of abandoned cars actually formed one of the most intriguing vehicle cemeteries in the world – the Chatillion Car Graveyard in Belgium.
One anonymous man behind the Project Gregory in Slovakia decided to repurpose the roadside billboards and extend them into economical houses for the homeless.
French painter, photographer and sculptor Bernard Pras recreated a portrait of French postman Ferdinand Cheval from a pile of furniture and other household objects using a brilliant forced perspective technique.
Christopher Duff of Duffy London created a concept coffee table design made of high grade wood and layered glass. Looking from above the table becomes a mysterious abyss in the ocean with beautifully swirling layers of sand surrounding it.
Jillian Owens is a self-proclaimed refashionista, who chops, tucks, and needles old second-hand findings transforming them into stylish and up-to-date dresses. In her witty little blog the designer illustrates her stunning work with before-and-after photos, accompanied with sneak-peak shots of the process and her brilliant comments.
Seattle-based photographer Andrew Waits introduces a different kind of look into the main attribute of many celebration – fireworks. In his photo series called “Boom City” he shows the actual contents hiding inside a group of the most popular firecrackers in USA.
A trio of German art students came up with a brilliant idea how to make art out of something already existing in our environment but not doing any aesthetical good. One thing led to another and a dull-looking electrical tower became an eye-catching stained glass lighthouse (Leuchttrum in German).
Veggies, fruits, sweets, main courses – all of these dishes have been rendered in super-small and super-delicious detail by a U.S.-based artist named Kim. No matter how tasty and realistic they look, however, they are all made of clay. Kim uses polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks and razor blades to create these one-inch-scale...
Qwerkytoys decided to combine the vintage typewriter with a modern keyboard with a splendid hybrid called Qwerkywriter. This fun and stylish invention has 84 chrome accented round keycaps, an integrated stand for a tablet (up to 10”) and a detachable USB cable.
New York- and New Zealand-based multidisciplinary designer Richard Clarkson has created one of his most elegant creations – the Cloud. The interactive installation is both a lamp and a speaker, joining light and sound into a true thunderstorm experience inside your home - without the rain.