Real Glitches In The Matrix That Will Freak You Out

Have you ever been in a situation when you look at someone and you feel like you’re looking in a mirror? You definitely have if you have an identical twin brother or sister, but if you don’t, seeing another person who looks like or is dressed like you can make you feel like the universe is a skipping CD. h/t: boredpanda

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“A Different Point Of View”: Ad Campaign Comments On World Leaders With Clever Juxtaposition Of Everyday Objects

Trump Print advertisement created by TBWA, Argentina for Dos Miradas, an “online news medium that proposes a different point of view from the traditional newspapers.” h/t: adsoftheworld Putin Kim Jong-un

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What If People From Classical Paintings Attended A Music Festival

Eugène Delacroix – Liberty Leading The People (1830) According to an artist Márton Neményi: “My name is Márton Neményi, I’m a Hungary-based photojournalist who didn’t miss Europe’s Burning Man, the Sziget Festival, but according to my vision, this year the Hungarian party island needed a fine twist. I imagined the bored Mona Lisa in front of the main stage, Eugène Delacroix’s...

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66.6 Faces Of Trump

Therapy through confrontation is the idea behind this project of Valentin Scheiner. He drew 66 Trump heads plus a “60% Version” of his face to get accustomed to the idea that this man will accompany us, if we like it or not, for at least the four next years.

Valentin Scheiner is a Hamburg based german Illustrator, interaction designer and artist who reflects his experiences through drawings.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/66-6-faces-of-trump/

Meet Diego Cusano, The Italian Artist Who Sees Daily Objects Differently

For drawing fans on Instagram, Diego Cusano‘s account is an incredible source of inspiration. The illustrator takes every day objects and creates fun draws of animals and daily life situations that he shares on Instagram for a guaranted viral effect. A smart way of showing graphic art on social networks. “I’ve always been a creative person”, he says. “I started playing the...

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Crocodile Trying To Do Things In Hilarious Sketches By The Japanese Illustrator Keigo

Japanese illustrator Keigo has created a series of the daily of struggles that each crocodile faces in its daily life. Turns out having a huge snout isn’t exactly convenient.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/crocodile-trying-to-do-things-in-hilarious-sketches-by-the-japanese-illustrator-keigo/

The Funniest Clothing Tags Ever

Be honest, when was the last time you read the label on your favorite t-shirt or most comfortable pair of jeans? Probably a while ago, right?

These clothing labels will convince you to look again – they aren’t your usual “do not mix with colors” or “do not boil me in water over 60 degrees, thanks very much” kind of thing. Some offer serious life advice (seriously, we aren’t joking!), others are lost in translation, and yet others are offensive… or maybe funny. That’s up to you to decide.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/the-funniest-clothing-tags-ever/

A Street Artist “Improved” Facebook’s Billboards In London


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Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has worked hard (and spent a lot) trying to fix its image with digital, social, but also OOH ads. In London, a street artist thought he could make them more “honest.”

A mystery street artist has tampered with billboards across London to share some interesting messages about fake news. Photos circulating online show the bus shelters parodying a series of Facebook advertisements. Messages like ‘fake news is not our friend, it’s a great revenue source’ are trying to dupe commuters into believing they’re actually from the social media giant.

A Twitter account called Protest Stencil shared photos of the ads and said they are ‘really getting around’.

“Fake news is not our friend, it’s a great revenue source.”

“Data misuse is not our friend, it’s our business model.”

While we don’t have to agree with the “improved” message, it certainly shows that for many users, trust is simply not there anymore.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/a-street-artist-improved-facebooks-billboards-in-london/

This Artist Creates Stupid NSFW Comics For People With A Dark Sense Of Humor

Rémi Lascault is a 32-year-old French artist who creates 4-panel comics for people with a dark sense of humor and has been drawing comics since he was a kid. The author says that it’s not the drawing that takes up most of the time when creating a comic, but rather coming up with the right “stupid joke” and twisting it in a not-so-stupid way.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/this-artist-creates-stupid-nsfw-comics-for-people-with-a-dark-sense-of-humor/

The Merging Art & Science Of Daniel Martin Diaz

Daniel Martin Diaz is a fine artist based in Tucson, Arizona, characterised by his unique way of representing the mysteries of life merged with the realms of science. Immersed in scientific and philosophical concepts, Diaz has been mainly fascinated with scientific diagrams which explain theories and properties through the use of images.

“Art is a reflection of ourselves, the story of humanity, and a quest to understand the physical and metaphysical world.” — Daniel Martin Diaz

Diaz’s style is significantly influenced by classical artists of Renaissance, especially Jan van Eyck, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and Hans Memling. Byzantine iconography, the Illuminati, ephemera, alchemy and anatomical drawings are also incorporated in Diaz’s pieces. He believes that drawing covers beauty and intimacy that paintings cannot capture, as he implied “the subtle lines that graphite creates and the quickness in which one can capture an idea makes this medium alluring.”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/08/the-merging-art-science-of-daniel-martin-diaz/