“Shopping turned on its head” isn’t just a meaningless tagline for GAP. They literally mean it. To promote their new loyalty program, Sprize, the GAP in Vancouver, BC turned its entire store upside-down. All of the mannequins, displays and even the sign were flipped, as well as some cars and a hotdog stand outside of the store.
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Julian Beever is an English artist that creates surreal chalk drawings on pavement surfaces. His art is sometimes so convincing that people avoid potholes he has drawn on a pavement. Many of his creations are optical illusions, for example, vertically standing snowman, which is actually drawn on the asphalt. J.Beevera works are striking. His works converts an ordinary street in to the fast flowing river or a wonderful corner of nature. In this post, we collected the best J. Beevera 3dchalk drawings artworks, which will hopefully inspire you to new interesting art works.
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Sometimes the best way to market a product or service is to literally spell it out! We present a great collection of print ads that creatively use typography to convey their message.
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balloon is an inflatable flexible bag filled with a type of gas, such as helium, hydrogen, nitrous oxide or air. Modern balloons can be made from materials such as rubber,…
As an outgrowth of photorealism, hyperrealism is a relatively new school of painting that creates the illusion that you’re actually looking at a photo. With new technology in cameras and digital equipment, artists have been able to be far more precision-oriented. Be ready to be wowed! See them all at My Modern Metropolis.