Good Morning! If you frequent fun coffee places than you’ve probably seen some art in your coffee. The only ones I’ve seen myself are ferns and layered hearts. I don’t get much opportunity to see art in my coffee since 95% of the time I make it myself or I just go to my trusty Dunkin’ Donuts. (great coffee!) But I’ve discovered this great website (while on tumblr) that showcases coffee art.
In describing his own work, painter Jonathan Darby says “Our humanity is being diluted as we become one common indistinguishable mass that is easily manipulated to the benefit of capitalist intention….” [ Continue Reading ]
Electric Art is an image retouching studio based in Sydney. They have grown since 1993 to be a group of 13 amazing people, each contributing something unique. With a wickedly fresh approach, uncanny sense of style, and a riotous sense of humor, they’ve come to be internationally acclaimed for [ Continue Reading ]
Ok, so maybe I’m not a director or anything. And maybe I don’t make commercials for a living. But you know what? I took a goddamn advertising class is college and I got 98%. I am therefore a leading authority on advertisements, so listen, little people…listen to my words…
I guess this ad is trying to tell us that Delvos is the way to go if we want to piss off our whole friggin’ neighbourhood because this thing BLOWS YOUR LEAVES EVERYWHERE..LOOK, one of them is on Jupiter. SOOOO STRONG. You know, stronger isn’t always better. Like in the case of B.O., for example. [ Continue Reading ]
A phenomenal photographer, Chen Man sees art and beauty in the human form itself. Sometimes comparing it to architecture, she often deals with the human duality of good vs. evil in an elaborate, yet stunningly raw composure. Sensual, spiritual, and often eclectic, her photography combined with seamless 3-d computer imagery is definitely worth seeing. For more of her photography, visit her website: http://www.chenmaner.com/