“Pejac The popular Spanish artist painted three pieces which are entitled “Lock, Poster and Shutters”. Taking advantage of existing elements and textures, Pejac uses brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper to creates works that blend into their surroundings creating magic illusions.” —via Street Art News
Good things come to those who wait by Michael George Haddad.
Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once. Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats. Everyday occurrences seen from a pygmy’s perspective can bring us lots of fun thoughts.
I wanted to take this way of thinking and express it through photographs, so I started to put together a “MINIATURE CALENDAR”. These photographs primarily depict diorama-style figures surrounded by everyday items. Just like a standard daily calendar, the photos are updated daily on my website and SNS page, earning it the name of “MINIATURE CALENDAR”.
It would be great if you could use it to add a little enjoyment to your everyday life.
Ant-covered porcelain dishes
German artist Evelyn Bracklow of La Philie has created an entire new collection of ant-covered porcelain dishes and tableware. The new pieces are part of a unique partnership between the artist, Rijks Museum in the Netherlands, and Etsy.
Today is Shel Silverstein's birthday. I loved his poems as a kid. They were silly, and funny, and fun. As an adult, I can look back and see that his work had messages that I was too young to understand, but can now appreciate.
“Underneath my outside face
There’s a face that none can see.
A little less smiley,
A little less sure,
But a whole lot more like me.”
― Shel Silverstein, Every Thing on It
Postcards for Ants
An ongoing painting project by Cape Town artist Lorraine Loots who has been creating a miniature painting every single day since January 1, 2013.
Jaw-dropping artwork by Michał Karcz.