Snow Cat (Source:

Snow Cat (Source:


A Beautiful Eye Piece Mural On The Beach Of Siouville-Hague, France


French artist Cece just finished working on a beautiful eye piece located somewhere on the beach of Siouvilhle-Hague in France.

“The basic idea was to revitalize an abandoned place full of history: a world war 2 blockhaus, collapsed, almost lying on its side. At first it was about to humanize this place with some poetry : before, the eye of the soldiers were watching the dead coming from the sea, and now there is this big blue eye, looking at the life and moves coming from waves movements, talks and answers , interactions of two creations coming from man and nature .. and then also I’ve wanted to point out the damage that may make human at some sites (into the pupil, the silhouette of the nuclear power plant from la hague).”, told artist to Street Art News.

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Walking Dead Cartoon Style


Walking Dead characters in cartoon style by Edward Pun.

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The Truth Is Somewhere Upside Down: Aliens in Anelia Loubser’s Project


South African photographer Anelia Loubser took a different view on portraits and turned her friends into aliens.

“I like to look at everyday things from another perspective. The idea for Alienation came out of nowhere when I was playing with a friends face upside down, and I saw an alien-like face and immediately thought of the quote by Wayne Dyer – “If you change the way you look at things the things you look at change”.”, told Anelia to Depositphotos.

“When I started to experiment with this idea, I photographed my favourite people – family, friends and local artists for whom I have a great deal of respect. We were very amused and entertained to see what faces came out.”

“It is interesting to observe how people, both those photographed and the viewers, react to Alienation. Firstly shock, they can’t believe that that kind of alienated face can come from their foreheads, then complete captivation and fascination, and then their frown is replaced with bright eyes and a big smile and lots of laughter.”

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Sharing my water with my BFF on a hot day (Source:…

Sharing my water with my BFF on a hot day (Source:


Housewares To Make You Smile By Beardbangs Ceramics


“We’re Alicia and Jo of Beardbangs, a wife and husband team that attempts to make the cutest housewares imaginable by transforming illustrations into ceramic objects.”

“We’re based in Montreal, Canada, where the two of us design the pieces together, and then I (Alicia) go to the studio to realise the pieces in 3D form. In the studio, I create our objects with stoneware clay that’s sourced in North America, and throw most pieces on the potter’s wheel. Everything is then painted by hand with engobes and underglazes, and coated in non-toxic transparent glaze.” – told artists to Bored Panda.

“The most common themes in our work are cats, bright colours, polka dots and smiley faces. Our work is meant to be accessible, to be picked up and used every day, being not only completely useful to daily life but also brightening it.”

“The aspects of this job we love most are seeing someone’s face burst into a smile when they see something we’ve made that catches their attention, and watching adults and children alike connect to the bright colours and silly faces of our characters. We are inspired and motivated by these human interactions, and are also influenced by Scandinavian pottery and design, comics, and a retro aesthetic.”

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100 Homeless People Were Given Disposable Cameras And These Are Some Of The Amazing Results


This July, Cafe Art, a UK based initiative that allows the homeless to express themselves through art and photography, gave 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to the homeless in London. Basic training was provided by the Royal Photographic Society, and then the camera recipients were asked to take photos with the theme “My London.”

Above: photo by ROL, Which Was Voted To Be The Cover

Eighty of the one-hundred cameras were returned and around 2,500 photos were developed. 20 photos were chosen by judges from Fujifilm, Amateur Photographer, the London Photo Festival, Christie’s, and Homeless Link. Presently, there is a Kickstarter campaign to turn some of these photos into a 2016 calendar

Above: “Telephone Row, Lincoln’s Inn” by XO

“All the money raised goes back into the project,” Cafe Art says, “either to pay for the printing of the photographs and calendar, rewarding the winning photographers, buying art materials for art groups affected by homelessness or helping individuals attend art courses.”

Above: “Left Boot, East London” by Ellen Rostant

“We have several goals: helping people affected by homelessness to be empowered, not only through photography and art, but through connecting with the public. The calendar also has a goal of telling stories from individuals who are affected by homelessness, thereby raising awareness in the general public about issues from a personal perspective.”

Above: “Nature’s Tunnel or Light and the End, Stratford” by Ellen Rostant

“All the money raised goes back into the project, either to pay for the printing of the photographs and calendar, rewarding the winning photographers, buying art materials for art groups affected by homelessness or helping individuals attend art courses. Art is seen as a major way for people to recover from the trauma of being homeless.”

Above: “Everything I Own or Bags of Life, Strand” by David Tovey

“Colour Festival, Olympic Park” by Goska Calik

“Past & Present, City of London” by Ioanna Zagkana

“Tyre Break, Hackney” by Desmond Henry

“Tower Bridge PICNIC, Southwark” by Cecie

“West End Bird, Westminster” by Zin

“The Artist, Whitechapel” by Michael Crosswaite

“Shadow of Self, Hyde Park” by Goska Calik

80 Cameras Returned With Over 2500 Pictures. Voting determined the Winners.

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Wild Animal Spirits In Beautiful Tattoos By Cheyenne


Cheyenne is a talented tattoo artist and illustrator in Strasbourg, France that creates beautiful tattoos that exhibit a wild and natural spirit.

The artist is inspired by Native American culture and wildlife, though she also focuses on the feminine form and on popular modern motifs like minimalistic designs and sacred geometry. To see more of her work, check out her website and Facebook!

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