Street Art Around The World


Larry Smart, a Miami-Dade County mosquito control inspector, uses a fogger to spray pesticide to kill mosquitos in the Wynwood neighborhood as the county fights to control the Zika virus outbreak on August 1, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)


A man walks by an eatery with its facade painted with letters that read “Welcome to Washinomiya” and the characters of a TV animation series “Lucky Star” or “Raki Sta” near Washinomiya Jinja shrine in Kuki, Saitama prefecture, north of Tokyo, Friday, September 16, 2016. Eighty-eight places in Japan are going to be designated “animation spots” to encourage tourism – using train stations, school campuses, rural shrines and other fairly everyday places where popular “manga” characters are depicted. One shoo-in for the list, according to organizers, is Washinomiya Jinja, a picturesque shrine, which is a familiar scene in the comic by Kagami Yoshimizu, which later became the TV animation series. (Photo by Eugene Hoshiko/AP Photo)


Workers stand in front of a graffitti in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 2, 2016. (Photo by Ivan Alvarado/Reuters)


Visitors take pictures of art on buildings in the Wynwood arts district of Miami, Florida, U.S. August 3, 2016. (Photo by Joe Skipper/Reuters)


French artist Marco Clement paints a mural of a tiger on a wall in Bengaluru, India, August 19, 2016. (Photo by Abhishek N. Chinnappa/Reuters)


A man walks his dog past a mural depicting factory workers in the historic Pullman neighborhood in Chicago November 20, 2014. (Photo by Andrew Nelles/Reuters)


A man walks past a mural with writing in Arabic that reads, “My country, you gave us love and light which revealed paths for the lost” in the Israeli Arab city of Umm al-Fahm August 16, 2016. (Photo by Ammar Awad/Reuters)


A jogger runs on the bank of Donaukanal channel in central Vienna, Austria, September 5, 2016. (Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)


Children play baseball near a mural of Venezuela’s late president Hugo Chavez, in Caracas, Venezuela September 8, 2016. (Photo by Henry Romero/Reuters)


A police officer and dog patrol outside of Boardwalk Hall, the venue for the 96th Miss America Pageant that takes place tonight in Atlantic City, New Jersey September 11, 2016. (Photo by Mark Makela/Reuters)


Graffiti of coffins covered in Palestinian and Israeli flags is seen on a wall running along the Ayalon highway in Tel Aviv, Israel September 14, 2016. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)


A mural in the Bogside area, Derry, Northern Irleand depicting Dr Edward Daly waving a blood-soaked handkerchief as he helped lead fatally injured civil rights protestor Jackie Duddy away from gunfire on Bloody Sunday in January 1972. Daly died on Monday, August 8, 2016. (Photo by Brian Lawless/PA Wire)


UPP (Police Pacification Unit) officers patrol next to a mural of dancer Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira in the pacified Pavao-Pavaozinho community at the start of an investigation into the death of Pereira on May 26, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)


A view of a graffiti mural by Lithuanian artist Mindaugas Bonanu depicting US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (R) kissing Russian President Vladimir Putin on the wall of a barbacue restaurant Keule Ruke in Vilnius, Lithuania, 04 August 2016. (Photo by Valda Kalnina/EPA)


A photo made available on 31 August 2016 shows a mural depicting local man Vylka (C) with former President of Israel Shimon Peres (L) and former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat (R), painted during a mural festival on a wall in the village of Staro Zhelezare some 14km from Sofia, Bulgaria, 30 August 2016. The project was initiated by the artistic duo Katarzyna and Ventzi Piryankova living permanently in Poznan, Poland. The festival is titled “Village of personalities / Art for Social Change”. The project started in 2013 and there have been created about 53 paintings in the village, representing local people in company of celebrities from politics and culture. (Photo by Vassil Donev/EFE)


Street art created around the Cuban national flag and the commander in chief military cap of Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro is seen in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, August 13, 2016. (Photo by Desmond Boylan/AP Photo)


Egyptians walk in front of a mural related to the January 25, 2011 revolution, near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, August 10, 2016. Three Egyptian dailies said that Cairo was proposing to IMF delegates an 18-month reform program in return for a $12 billion loan over three years to shore up its economy, but that differences remained between the two sides on how to proceed. (Photo by Amr Nabil/AP Photo)


People walk in front of portraits produced by artist JR for his inside out project (L) on August 9, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The artist JR has unveiled numerous art installations across Rio de Janiero celebrateing olympic athletes. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)


This file photo taken on August 8, 2016 shows a young migrant runing after a ball in the street of Via Cupa outside the former Baobab migrants reception centre next to the Tiburtina train station in Rome. Every night the same scene unfolds in Via Cupa near Rome’s Tiburtina station: one by one, migrants take a dirty and battered mattress from a pile and place it against the wall, turning the small dark street into a star-lit dormitory. Set up almost three years ago the Baobab centre was shut down by police in December 2015 in the wake of Paris attacks. But Baobab volunteers quickly set up a camp on the street in front of the old shelter with tents and chemical toilets, serving three meals a day. (Photo by Filippo Monteforte/AFP Photo)

A Yemeni walks past graffiti protesting US drone operations in Yemen, few hours after a US drone attack on suspected al-Qaeda militants, Sana’a, Yemen, 05 September 2016. According to reports, a fresh round of US drone attacks on 05 September in Yemen led to the death of at least six suspected members of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen’s northeast province of Marib. (Photo by Yahya Arhab/EPA)


[ このページを翻訳 ]



父親が語る子育てに大切なこと image credit:bashepp/Instagram



 インスタグラムに投稿された1本の動画が、現在注目を浴びている。アカウント名B.A.Sheppardさんが、庭の芝生を息子が芝刈り機に乗って刈っている姿を撮影しているものだが、「子育て」における大切なことを父親はカメラに向かって説いており、この動画を見た多くの親が共感の声を寄せている。 続きを読む




迷子の犬、動物病院に助けを求める image credit:facebook




 一方、迷子のキューは6時間もさまよったのち、いつもお世話になってる動物病院になんとか到着。そこで気づいてくれたスタッフによってスニーさんとの再会が叶ったのだ。 続きを読む







コロナ感染者に抜け毛の症状 / Pixabay



 しかもその症状がいつ出るかはわからない。ニューヨーク在住の女性は感染して2ヶ月以上経ってから一気に毛が抜け始めたそうだ。 続きを読む


This Awesome Vending Machine Offers Short Stories And Poems Instead Of Snacks

A small start-up company in Grenoble, France has conceived and executed an awesome idea: the Short Edition vending machine! More: Short Édition h/t: art-sheep The art of storytelling goes back more than 17,000 years to the earliest known place, the Lascaux Caves in southwestern France, where ancient stories are told through painted symbols on the walls of the caves. Short Édition is keeping this...



“Let The Water Be Your Guide”: The Ultra-Realistic Watercolor Paintings Of Marcos Beccari

Marcos Beccari is a watercolor painter and philosopher. He was born in Sao Paulo, December 26, 1987. He has a PhD in Philosophy of Education from the University of São Paulo, MSc in Design and graduated in Graphic Design, both from the Federal University of Paraná. He currently works as Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Paraná, lecturing in the Graphic Design Course and in the...





おばあさんが危なくないようにラグを運ぶ犬 image by:twitter@vintagversace

 ブラジルのアナ・クララ・シモーズ(Ana Clara Simoes)さんの祖母は86歳で、糖尿病により脚を切断した為、車椅子の生活を送っている。


 おばあさんが車椅子で移動するのを察すると、リリは床に敷いてあるラグを口にくわえ、車椅子の通路の妨げにならない場所に移動させたのだ。 続きを読む


An Illustrated Police Equipment Catalogue From 1891

This Catalogue of Bean’s Patent Police Equipments from 1891 features a range of weaponry and apparatus for keeping the peace, enforcing the status quo and cracking the heads of anyone deemed criminally deviant. Produced in Boston by John P. Lovell Arms Co., this is a policeman’s ‘how-to’ guide. h/t: flashbak In addition to its business of trading in fishing tackle and bicycles, the John P.



“Back To The Nature”: Artist Combines Everyday Objects With Plants To Create Intriguing Sculptures And Installations

Christophe Guinet, known as Monsieur Plant, is a French artist who creates intriguing and unique sculptures and installations of plants and other organic materials. He masterfully brings them together with everyday objects, making unique works of art. Guinet was born in Paris, but spent his adolescence between the city and the countryside, where he developed a strong interest in the world of...





公園に黒豹出現?image by:twitter@Horsham_police



 だが警官は体を張ってその物体に近づき、ついにその正体が判明する。 続きを読む