This Artist Can Sneak Her Cats Into Any Painting And It’s Hilarious

Few would argue if we said that pets are an endless source of joy and happiness in our lives. Therefore, there is no surprise people are trying to immortalize them in every way possible.

This Aussie painter, Vanessa Stockard, found the best way to do that by sneaking her three adorable cats, Kevin The Kittin, his mom Fluff Ferstenberg and the head of the adorable fluff family, Satan, into her paintings.

More: Vanessa Stockard h/t: boredpanda

Stockard’s process includes pieces developed without visual reference but rather from memory. These narratives incorporate domestic pets such as cats and dogs, juxtaposing the anthropomorphic nature of these animals are given by society, she infuses the personification of virtue and vice into the everyday canine and feline status quo.

Cats with their fluffy comical exteriors yet instinctual urge to kill and a tendency to be cruel to their prey, dogs with their providence of happiness and friendship flung back to Churchill’s metaphor for depression. Despite this not-so -cheerful description of her works, Stockard manages to make her art somehow quirky and very enjoyable!















































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/02/this-artist-can-sneak-her-cats-into-any-painting-and-its-hilarious/

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カズレーザー、渡部の豊洲報道で論点ズラし・・ 詐欺的話法にツッコミも

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コメントが正論だとネットニュースで報じられるが、実は〝正論に見せかけた論点ずらし〟でしかない『とくダネ!』(フジテレビ系)レギュラーの『メイプル超合金』カズレーザー。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360915.html

【画像】 みずほ銀行ATM問題、被害者に贈られたお詫び品の内容が「ギリギリだ」と話題に

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まさにギリギリを突く技。

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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360736.html

【画像】 飲食店が潰れまくり、業者用食器店が業者が残骸だらけになっていると話題に

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寿司下駄欲しい。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360921.html

【動画】 木の上にあるモコモコの正体・・ 鳥の巣ではなく実は「謎の生物」だった

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木々の葉が落ちている今の時季に、公園などの木の枝でモコモコした塊(かたまり)を見たことがありませんか?
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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360661.html

「危険な低温豚チャーシューを出す店に気をつけて!」 ラーメン屋の訴えが反響 「業界がヤバいことになるよ」

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豚肉の低温調理自体が禁止になるよ。

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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360568.html

Photographs of Excited Dutch Boys Hanging on a Moving Train After the Liberation, 1945

In 1945, photographer Menno Huizinga took these photos of excited Dutch boys hanging on the door of a moving train after the Liberation from German occupation. Their faces are contorted into a mad sort of joy. The photographs could have been taken on the Liberation Day on May 5 1945.

h/t: flashbak, vintag.es

Fast forward to 1945, the Allied forces are advancing through Europe and the Nazi regime is all but defeated. Canadian, British, Polish, American, Belgian, Dutch and Czech forces entered the Netherlands from the East, at the beginning of May, and liberated the eastern and northern provinces. Other parts of the country, especially the South East, were liberated by the British Second Army, consisting of British, Polish, American and French airborne troops.

The Netherlands was officially liberated on May 5, 1945, hence marking Liberation Day (Bevrijdingsdag) in the Netherlands. The Canadian General, Charles Foulkes, and the German Commander-in-Chief, Johannes Balskowitz, formalized Germany’s surrender at the Hotel de Wereld in Wageningen. This liberated certain areas of the Netherlands, like the West, that were still occupied by German soldiers. Two days later, on May 7, 1945, the German Instrument of Surrender was signed, signifying the unconditional surrender of all German soldiers.

Menno Huizinga (1907–1947) was a Dutch professional photographer and a member of the Hidden Camera. For the first time, his photographs have been released into the public domain. Huizinga, his Leica hidden in a cheese box, documented the violence of World War II as it came to The Hague. Subjects include bombardments, evacuations, scenes depicting hunger and other subjects. Huizinga’s war negatives were transferred during his lifetime to the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) in Amsterdam. His other work is in the custody of the Nederlands Fotomuseum.

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/photographs-of-excited-dutch-boys-hanging-on-a-moving-train-after-the-liberation-1945/

The World’s Greatest Gallery of Sexy Carrots

This kind of high-quality relevant content is exactly the reason why Al Gore invented the internet. Scroll down to see the greatest collection of seductive carrots in the world!

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/the-worlds-greatest-gallery-of-sexy-carrots/

Artist Repaints Dolls In A More Realistic Way

Dolls are a beloved toy out there and most kids love to play with them, although sometimes, people take their fondness for dolls into adulthood and never grow out of them. It is quite trendy today to recreate dolls and repaint their faces to make them look more detailed and realistic, and that is exactly what Spanish artist José Francisco Cerezo Roldan does.

More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda

José removes the makeup that doll companies put on and paints his beautiful version. He enjoys creating celebrities and characters from TV shows, books, and movies. The artist makes the dolls look more like human beings and less like big-eyed cartoons with unrealistic proportions.

The artist usually turns the dolls into celebrities or well-known characters from pop culture, movies, and TV shows. He seems to really enjoy pop stars, especially Britney Spears and Beyonce, since we see a lot of dolls resembling them on his page. There are also a lot of renditions of Khaleesi, a character from Game of Thrones. The most popular one is Anne Hathaway’s character White Queen in Alice in Wonderland. José does a really good job at capturing the likeness of people and it’s usually pretty easy to recognize who it is.

If you’re wondering, ‘why bother repainting dolls at all?’ There’s a simple answer: The mass-produced dolls that we see in the shop are usually very plain and have completely unrealistic features. So doll artists have taken it upon themselves to create dolls with more detail and realism. There is a lot that goes into remaking dolls. Some even thread new hair for them, make clothes, even sculpt brand new bodies. There are many videos and tutorials on how to remake dolls. Some people find it relaxing to watch the process. So it’s also a pretty relaxing hobby to have. Most of these artists sell the revamped dolls and make a living off of it.


























SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/artist-repaints-dolls-in-a-more-realistic-way/

【画像】 スマブラSP大会の決勝に出場した選手、顔のデザインが卑猥すぎたため該当の試合だけ録画がお蔵入りに

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立ち回りを研究されないための対策。

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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10360878.html

Lexus Unveils the UX Art Car 2021 “Zen Garden” by Clap Studio Valencia

An interpretation of a classical Japanese meditation garden is the winner of the second UX Art Car design competition. “Zen Garden,” by Valencia’s Clap Studio, sees the entire bodywork of Lexus’ premium compact crossover covered in a pattern of thousands of paper petals.

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The striking monochrome work won the popular vote among six artists’ submissions presented by Lexus Spain on its customer website. The art car will shortly make its debut at an exclusive media event, hosted by Lexus Spain.

The images of the car were created in the courtyard of Club Alma in Madrid and capture the exceptional detail in the piece. Clap Studio – artists Jordi Iranzo and Angela Montagud – completed their work within a month, inspired by the UX’s key qualities of technology, design, innovation and detail.

At a time when need for the world to pause and contemplate is all the more valuable, Clap Studio sought to express a world where people and nature can coexist in perfect harmony. “Our concept is a Zen garden that represents a state of mind: calm, pure consciousness,” they explained.

The traditional Japanese garden brings together the free and arbitrary character of nature, which will always find ways to grow, with precise and magical qualities perfected by the human hand: symmetry, technology and innovation.

“In our Zen garden, Lexus represents perfect harmony, it is the union of nature, technology and innovation. A man’s creation of geometric lines and impeccable symmetry covered in plant life,” said Iranzo.

“We have used paper, a significant element in Japanese culture, covering the car’s exterior in a form of Lexus vegetation, giving it volume,” Montagud continued. “Light is another essential quality in Japanese art and design and here it transforms the Lexus UX into a living thing. Depending on the position, tone and intensity of the light, it generates changing textures and colours throughout the day.”

The competition also featured entries from artists based in Bilbao, Madrid, Seville, Murcia and Barcelona. All the submissions can be viewed online here.

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/lexus-unveils-the-ux-art-car-2021-zen-garden-by-clap-studio-valencia/