Artist Perfectly Illustrates What Superheroes Do During The Quarantine

Artist Perfectly Illustrates What Superheroes Do During The Quarantine

According to John Euclid Templonuevo: “My name is John Euclid Templonuevo and I am an artist and a Christian. Some may also know me as arkitekyuklid. Here are my latest series of how I imagine superheroes being under lockdown and do some stuff during the quarantine.” Continue reading »

While Stuck In Quarantine, This Artist Started An Art Project On Her Windows

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While Stuck In Quarantine, This Artist Started An Art Project On Her Windows

According to Krnács Ágota, a Visual Artist from Budapest, Hungary: ” The project’s real title is K_R_N_ – K_R_NT_N /. In English, it translates to C_R_N_ – Q__R_NT_N_. I think everyone knows what that means. It started from the 28th of March 2020 and we still don’t know when it will end. Continue reading »

IKEA Shares How To Make 6 Types Of Furniture Forts During Quarantine

IKEA Shares How To Make 6 Types Of Furniture Forts During Quarantine

If you’re quarantining with kids who are becoming increasingly bored, IKEA Russia has your back. The retailer has just released a new campaign, bringing back childhood adventures indoors. Continue reading »

People Are Submitting Their Best Painting Recreations To This Dutch Instagram Account

People Are Submitting Their Best Painting Recreations To This Dutch Instagram Account
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Being stuck at home for prolonged periods of time has inspired some people to get creative. While some are cutting their own hair and trying out high-fashion looks, others are recreating famous paintings – and you’d be surprised how good they are at it. Continue reading »

The Lockdown Illustrated By Mariano Pascual

The Lockdown Illustrated By Mariano Pascual

This unprecedented period of lockdown has inspired many artists, including the illustrator Mariano Pascual. The Argentinian visual artist based in Barcelona has translated into images the dark, confused and a little anxiety-provoking feelings caused by the pandemic. Continue reading »

This Family Uses Chalk Art To Go On Adventures During The Lockdown

This Family Uses Chalk Art To Go On Adventures During The Lockdown

Quarantine might have trapped us inside the shells of our houses; however, some people are finding ways to escape the mundane repetition of our reality and venture out on colorful adventures. This family in Atlanta, for example, uses bright chalk crayons to create wondrous settings for the family’s children to play in. Continue reading »

Masks For Dog Walking: This Girl Makes Unusual Face Masks To Keep Walking With Her Dog

Masks For Dog Walking: This Girl Makes Unusual Face Masks To Keep Walking With Her Dog

According to an artist: “During this quarantine period, I needed something to cover my face to walk my dogs and desperately looked for masks. But masks are valuable now as well as running out at the stores. Since I’m not good at sewing, I decided to make a mask with items around me. Then, my quarantine project “Mask of the Day” started. From vegetables to wildflowers, I make unusual masks every day to overcome the pandemic.” Continue reading »

Florida Man Arrested Trying To Quarantine On Abandoned Disney Treasure Island, And That’s What This Island Looks Like From The Inside

Florida Man Arrested Trying To Quarantine On Abandoned Disney Treasure Island, And That's What This Island Looks Like From The Inside

The 42-year-old said he didn’t hear numerous deputies searching the private island for him on foot, by boat and by air because he was asleep in a building. He told the deputy he didn’t know it was a restricted area, despite there being numerous “no trespassing” signs. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Common Household Items’ Conversations During Quarantine

Artist Illustrates Common Household Items’ Conversations During Quarantine

According to Doodle Bhai: “Have you ever wondered what common household items, which apparently do not have a voice of their own, would talk? Would they discuss and share their feelings amongst themselves? They may be just as elated, frustrated, irritated, or perplexed by this global lockdown/quarantine imposed by most countries, as any ordinary human being. Continue reading »

Fed Up With All The Bad News, Artist Illustrates 15 Good Things About COVID-19

Fed Up With All The Bad News, Artist Illustrates 15 Good Things About COVID-19

Obviously there’s hardly anything good about global pandemic, however Mauro Gatti (previously) wanted to create something positive as an anti-venom to the anxiety inducing rhetoric that pervades in media. That’s why he published 15 things about COVID-19 that are actually not that bad, so scroll down and we guarantee that you’ll feel much better about the world around you. Continue reading »

Quarantine Beards: Four-Time World Beard And Moustache Championship Winner Opens Up About Growing Custom Facial Hair

Quarantine Beards: Four-Time World Beard And Moustache Championship Winner Opens Up About Growing Custom Facial Hair

Four-time World Beard and Mustache Championship winner MJ Johnson opened to New York Magazine about growing custom facial hair, the trend of men growing “quarantine beards” and his start in competitive growing and his newly found viral fame. Johnson also voiced concerns about his facial hair conflicting with the requirements of his job as an emergency worker. Continue reading »

Artist Draws Illustrations Of People During Lockdown To Bring Comfort And Pass Time

Artist Draws Illustrations Of People During Lockdown To Bring Comfort And Pass Time

According to Clementine Petrova: “It’s been over a month since lockdown began, and I’ve been illustrating the daily life of my boyfriend and me at home. Some of these illustrations are us, some are imaginary characters. It helps me bring us comfort and pass time doing something creative. Continue reading »

Photographer Photoshops Her Dogs All Around The World So They Can ‘Travel’ During This Quarantine

Photographer Photoshops Her Dogs All Around The World So They Can ‘Travel’ During This Quarantine

According to Melissa Mariner: “My name is Melissa and I am the owner of Bella-Reed Photography. During the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been out of work with photography sessions. I am following the ‘shelter-in-place’ order and staying home to flatten the curve in the Philadelphia area. Also housebound with me are my 4 pitties: Bella Blue, Hershey, Pesto, and Nova Layne. Since we can’t travel, I decided to bring the world to my dogs! Continue reading »

An Artist Is Drawing Famous Characters With Coronavirus References To Show Support For People Impacted By The Pandemic

An Artist Is Drawing Famous Characters With Coronavirus References To Show Support For People Impacted By The Pandemic

People around the world are finding various ways to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. There are also people like New York-based artist Gripless, who’s using art to show solidarity with people impacted by the virus. Continue reading »

South Korea’s Drive-Ins Offer Respite From Pandemic Drudgery

South Korea’s Drive-Ins Offer Respite From Pandemic Drudgery
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Drive-in cinema in South Korea is thriving after years of decline and months of restrictions on human-to-human contact. Couples and families alike are desperate for distraction and a break from the confines of their apartments. Continue reading »

Beyond: Artist Imagines Of What The World Will Look Like If Quarantine Doesn’t End

Beyond: Artist Imagines Of What The World Will Look Like If Quarantine Doesn’t End

According to Giovanni Garrone: “Hey there! I made a new series called “Beyond” that represents the effects of the global quarantine that lasts a longer period. Nature is taking over artificial spaces. Let me know what do you think and stay safe!” Continue reading »

This Russian Facebook Group Is Recreating Famous Paintings While Isolating, And They’re Brilliant

This Russian Facebook Group Is Recreating Famous Paintings While Isolating, And They’re Brilliant

Even though most people are spending their days isolated at home due to the coronavirus quarantine, it doesn’t mean that life has suddenly become boring and uncultured. On the contrary, since people are temporarily banned from visiting their favorite art galleries and museums, they are bringing them home for themselves by recreating art pieces with whatever objects they have at home and publishing them in Izoizolyacia Facebook group. Continue reading »

Meet Ted & Ed, Two Giant Teddy Bears That Are Bringing Positivity To Their Entire Neighborhood During The Pandemic

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Meet Ted & Ed, Two Giant Teddy Bears That Are Bringing Positivity To Their Entire Neighborhood During The Pandemic

People living in a suburb of Stockport, United Kingdom, have a really good reason to smile about these days. One of their neighbors has been infusing the quarantine with positivity by ‘making’ two giant teddy bears do chores in their yard. Continue reading »

Woman Wears Bizarre Costumes While Walking Her Dog During The Quarantine And He Looks Embarrassed

Woman Wears Bizarre Costumes While Walking Her Dog During The Quarantine And He Looks Embarrassed

Dancer Clare Meardon from West Cornwall in the UK has been dressing up in different jaw-dropping costumes to walk her dog Hendrix. She’s been doing this since the start of April after her friend dared her to mix it up and step outside in unusual clothes. Now, Clare’s making all of us smile with video clips filmed by her husband Aidan. Continue reading »

For $100, You Can Have A Farm Animal Drop By Your Next ZOOM Video Conference

For 0, You Can Have A Farm Animal Drop By Your Next ZOOM Video Conference

Odds are you and your colleagues are spending more time on video calls these days. Well, for your next team meeting or company Zoom call, why not mix things up a bit? For $100, you can have a llama or goat visit your call. Yes, really. Continue reading »

Banksy Works From Home: Street-Artist Keeps His Art Alive From His Bathroom

Banksy Works From Home: Street-Artist Keeps His Art Alive From His Bathroom

With COVID-19 sweeping over the globe and turning life upside down for many, the global population has been forced indoors with many working from home to keep businesses afloat. Continue reading »

Ghosts Deployed To Scare Indonesians Into Staying Home To Slow Spread Of The Coronavirus

Ghosts Deployed To Scare Indonesians Into Staying Home To Slow Spread Of The Coronavirus

In an attempt to make people respect the quarantine lockdown, a village in Indonesia is using volunteers dressed as ghosts.

The place is located in Kepuh village, on Java Island and as of last month, it started deploying the patrols at night. The reason why the locals took this decision is because ghostly figures known as “pocong” are said to represent the trapped souls of the dead in Indonesia, BBC reports. Continue reading »

People Are Posting Their Next-Level Quarantine Meals, And Here Are The Weirdest Ones

Fish Finger And De-Sauced Beans On A Bed Of H.P. Reduction
People Are Posting Their Next-Level Quarantine Meals, And Here Are The Weirdest Ones
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Plenty of us promised ourselves that we’ll clean up our diets and start eating well as soon as the coronavirus quarantine starts. Sadly, like this chocolate bar and carton of chocolate milk we’re enjoying for breakfast show, not all things go to plan. The quarantine has brought out our creativity and desperation in equal parts. You can clearly see it from the photos people are proudly posting online where they show off their next-level improvised quarantine meals. Continue reading »

During Lockdown, This Man Invested His Time Into Building A Staircase Wine Cellar That Holds 156 Bottles

During Lockdown, This Man Invested His Time Into Building A Staircase Wine Cellar That Holds 156 Bottles

The lockdown is the ideal time to do the things around the house that you’ve neglected for way too long—things like finally getting rid of the stuff you stashed “just in case” and ended up not using in 5 years or sorting the heap of clothes on that one chair at home. You know, the chair. Continue reading »

Bar Owner Removes $3,714 Worth Of Bills Stapled To The Walls To Pay Unemployed Staff

Bar Owner Removes ,714 Worth Of Bills Stapled To The Walls To Pay Unemployed Staff

Probably most of us know at least one bar that has gone quite overboard with its unique decorations. Antique furniture, really weird vintage animal posters, family pictures all over the walls, coins glued to the bar⁠—you name it. Well, it turns out some of them might actually be useful in these grim times during the coronavirus pandemic. Especially the latter. Continue reading »