Artist From Poland Continue Depicts His Fight Against Depression In A Series Of Surreal Illustrations
For Dawid Planeta (previously) art is something more than just visual quality – with the series of dark illustrations he is exploring the dark side of human unconsciousness. After going through depression last year he’s using art to depict the places where dark feelings were coming from. Continue reading »
Against ocean’s pollution, Studio KCA installed a 5 tons whale sculpture, 11,5 m high in the middle of a canal in Bruges. The statue is entirely composed of whastes found into the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The project was a part of the Triennale de Bruges which was this year about the theme “Liquid City”. Continue reading »
President Trump’s comments referring to certain nations, including Haiti, as “shitholes” provoked widespread anger and outrage. But one agency creative in the Caribbean nation is working on a more lighthearted response—raising money to run out-of-home and print ads in Washington, D.C., that aim to use Trump’s words against him to boost the image of Haiti. Continue reading »
With his series The Empire against the Crisis, the Belgian photographer Michaël Massart stages the bankruptcy of the Galactic Empire, while an unprecedented financial crisis hits the entire galaxy. A difficult situation that forces Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers to do odd jobs. A funny and quirky project around the Star Wars saga, but which also illustrates the difficult and real life of thousands of people. Continue reading »
Florian de Gesincourt is freelance concept artist, illustrator and matte painter working in the entertainment industry. His recent work includes Tom Clancy’s The Division and feature films such as Assassin’s Creed and Jurassic World. Continue reading »
In the wake of revelations concerning the sexual predatory behavior from the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Louis CK and Jeffrey Tambor, creative industries around the globe are waking up and taking violence and harassment against women more seriously than ever. Continue reading »
In a new project, an international group of photographers have joined forces to use their powerful images to raise awareness and funds to help stop the illegal wildlife trade.
Fennec foxes are captured for the illegal pet trade. This three-month-old pup was for sale in a market in southern Tunisia. (Photo by Bruno D’Amicis/Photographers Against Wildlife Crime/Wildscreen/The Guardian) Continue reading »
A shock and very visual campaign against deforestation and its misdeeds, starting with the disastrous consequences on animals, created by Ganesh Prasad Acharya for the wildlife defense foundation Sanctuary Asia. Continue reading »
A thousand “zombie” protesters have descended on Hamburg in protest against the two-day G20 summit between the “political elite” to be held in the northern German city. Continue reading »
The vandalism of Copenhagen’s world famous statue of the Little Mermaid made a splash on Tuesday, as the sea-side sculpture was drenched in blood-red paint. Continue reading »
Depression is not easy thing to deal with, but sometimes you can take your weakness and turn it into something beautiful.
That’s exactly what polish artist Dawid Planeta did – to help himself he created an imaginary world where a small man is traveling through long forgotten jungle meeting his weaknesses and fears presented as giant animals with glowing eyes. The vision created by the artist is dark, mysterious, and very beautiful. Continue reading »
When Luciano Pia undertook to design a five-storey, 63-unit residential apartment building in Turin, Italy, he sought to break from the homogenous urban development that was consuming the area. What resulted was 25 Verde, an extraordinary urban treehouse that blurs the lines been the domestic and the wild, captures a certain childlike imagination with branches rendered in steel, and whose exterior is melded with 150 trees, as well as a vast array of additional plants to which protect residents against noise pollution, and reduce air pollution in the neighborhood. Continue reading »
Coca-Cola has recently launched several campaigns for the month of Ramadan. First of all, the agency FP7 has thought the campaign Let’s Take An Extra Second : a concept of cans without any apparent logo of the brand to denounce the prejudices linked to a name. With the printed slogan “Labels are for cans, not for people”, these cans have been made in limited edition. Continue reading »
This interactive billboard shows how all of us are able to stand up against child abuse.
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Chances are, this week you saw Guy Fawkes’ visage on the streets, as protesters in 481 cities worldwide participated in the Million Mask March, promoted by internet activist group Anonymous. (© FOTOBANK.RU/GETTY IMAGES)
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Demonstrators confront riot police in central Brussels November 6, 2014. Tens of thousands of public and private sector workers, employees and trade union members demonstrated over austerity measures to be taken by the new Belgian government. (Photo by Yves Herman/Reuters)
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Superman has the Fortress of Solitude, Batman has the Batcave. Obviously, even superheroes need some space and alone time. When the writers drew up these characters, they also had to humanize them by giving them some kind of escape where they could be by themselves. French photographer Benoit Lapray‘s imagined series, ‘The Quest for the Absolute, Portraits of Superheroes’ builds on that premise. The collection shows images of famous superheroes alone with their thoughts while in tranquil environments. Continue reading »
Marge Simpson stands despondently with a black eye next to a grinning, vacant Homer. A trickle of blood comes from Lois Griffin’s nose as Peter drapes his arm around her. Wonder Woman has Superman’s hand clasped over her mouth, while Snow White lies battered at the feet of Prince Charming.
These illustrations are the work of an artist who has put a sinister spin on iconic animations in order to highlight the disturbing realities of domestic abuse. No Violence Against Women is a project by Italian artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo, 40, who is based in Milan. It forces its audience to confront the plight some women go through under the pretence of a happy relationship or family.
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Five Greenpeace International activists attempt to climb the ‘Prirazlomnaya’, an oil platform operated by Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom in Russia’s Pechora Sea; to stop it from becoming the first to produce oil from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic.
The Greenpeace International ship, Arctic Sunrise approaches the ‘Prirazlomnaya’ oil rig. (Denis Sinyakov / Greenpeace) Continue reading »
Demonstrators Surround the Spanish Congress to Protest Against Spending Cuts and the Government of Mariano Rajoy
Police clash with the protestors during the march to the parliament against austerity measures announced by the Spanish government in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. The demonstration, organized behind the slogan “Occupy Congress”, was expected to draw thousands of people. Madrid authorities said some 1,300 police would be deployed. The protestors call for Parliament to be dissolved and fresh elections held, claiming the government’s austerity measures show the ruling Popular Party misled voters to get elected last November. (Photos by Andres Kudacki/Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Dominique Faget/Jasper Juinen/Denis Doyle/Pierre-Philippe Marcou/Reuters/AFP Photo) Continue reading »
Over 75 leading designers from the American fashion industry have joined the collaborative efforts by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and eBay to raise awareness and fight against counterfeits. From Diane Von Furstenberg to Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger; many leading designers joined the second “You Can’t Fake Fashion” campaign that introduced 76 customized designs and four unique totes styles for the spring tote collection. Continue reading »
A cat passes by graffiti reading “re-evolve” in front of a closed hotel, occupied by protesters, next to Madrid’s landmark Puerta del Sol. (Reuters) Continue reading »
A woman walks near brooms placed by members of NGO Rio de Paz (Peace Rio) at Copacabana beach as a form of protest in Rio de Janeiro. A total of 594 brooms, which represent the number of congressmen in the country, were placed at the beach to symbolize the need to ‘sweep out’ corruption in the Brazilian National Congress. (Sergio Moraes/Reuters) Click image to zoom.
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