Unsettlingly Bad Europop Album Covers From The 1970s & 80s

Rock on to the worst in funny, creepy bad album cover art from the Netherlands. Dutch singles are a ridiculously small niche, but there are some ridiculously bad covers to explore. Take a look!

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The Wired Beauty Of The Street Lettering Of India

On India Street Lettering, Pooja Saxena documents street lettering and signage from India.

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People In Berlin Came Up With A Creative Way To Fight Swastikas

There’s a new trend in Germany. Graffiti artists in Berlin are coming together to turn swastikas into much less sinister drawings. They’ve started #paintback – a campaign to turn hateful symbols and slogans on the streets into something fun and artistic.

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Sinister Parodies Of Classic Children’s Books

“Bad Children’s Books” or the classic children’s books from 1940’s to 1960’s hijacked by illustrator Bob Staak. Subversive, disturbed, twisted, but full of humor!

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Bitter Truths By Truth Potato That Will Make You Think

Bitter truths are in abundance and the Truth Potato is on a mission to throw most of them onto our faces, to break the cloud of denial that covers our life.

What’s more amusing than a cute Potato breaking your shield of denial and giving you few words of wisdom eh? Below are bitter truths by the Truth Potato.

More info: Instagram, Shop (h/t: boredpanda)


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“Scraps Of The Untainted Sky”: The Epic Dystopian Artworks By Daniel Dociu

Daniel Dociu is a concept artist and illustrator in the game industry currently working on the Guild Wars series. He has worked for many companies, including EA Games, Microsoft, Wizards of the Coast and is now Director of Art at Amazon Game Sudios.

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The Superb And Cute Miniature Watercolors By Rachel Beltz

Pennsylvania-based artist Rachel Beltz paints cute miniature watercolors ‘to show that beauty is in the little things’.

Before she photographs her paintings, Rachel livens up her compositions by adorning them with various items like peanuts, coffee bean or flowers which help the watcher to figure out the size of her creations. Take a look and enjoy!

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Journey To The Ancient Soviet In The NSFW Works Of Angela Dzherih

Angela Dzherih is a talented and creative artist who was born in 1965 in Donetsk, Ukraine. From early childhood, Angela showed talent for drawing. After successfully graduated from art school she moved to Moscow in 1992, where she began her creative activity.

The main objects of the Angela Dzherih creativity are people. She uses a variety of manners, genres, techniques, and topics, including historical. Ironic attitude to life is reflected in her works, which are made with humor and mild nostalgia for a bygone era. Now Angela’s paintings are in private collections in Japan, the U.S. and Europe. Get inspired.

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Artist Gustavo Viselner Makes Pixel Art Game Scenes Based On Popular TV Series And Movies

Tel Aviv-based artist Gustavo Viselner has turned some of the most recognizable movie characters, quotes and sequences into a pixelated 8-bit poster series. Each of the horizontal compositions illustrates a famous frame from a pop culture classic, accompanied by a memorable line from the scene written across the bottom of the graphic.

“Illustration is my life since I can remember myself. I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in Israel. Spent 4 years studying animation in Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and in the School of Visual Arts in New York city. These days I work as a freelance web designer, illustrator and animator. My inspiration comes from artists like Edward Hopper, Gipi, Dave Gibons, Mary Blair and the UPA studios,” he says.

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Artists Around The World React To H&M’s Controversial Ad

The famous clothing brand H&M has recently published an ad for its new hoodie that reads “Coolest monkey in the jungle.” Sounds innocent, but the reason behind all the anger it caused was a black boy modelling for that ad, which was not well received all around the world.

Some people claimed that while the ad was probably an oversight, it was also quite deaf and insensitive. In South Africa it even resulted in burning, trashing and stealing clothes from H&M’s stores. Artists around the world, however, reacted in a way they know best – they turned the offensive hoodie into something positive by creating beautiful works of art.

h/t: boredpanda


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