To Warn On Ecological Disaster, French Artist Prefers To Have The Message Carried By Disney Characters

In his drawings, French illustrator Baptiste Drausin, aka The Baptman delivers an updated version of the famous films, bringing environmental issues to the fore. We can see Mary Poppins drowned in a cloud of pollution, the Little Mermaid strangled by plastic waste or even Bambi in a completely decimated forest… Tinged with sadness, these illustrations break the fate of these iconic characters to raise awareness of the urgency to act for the planet. Continue reading »

Traffic Sign In Texas Displays Witty Warnings Of Global Warming

While some who saw this variable message sign in Houston though it had been hacked, it’s actually a roadside art installation by Brooklyn artist Justin Brice Guariglia. Continue reading »

The Funniest “Unattended Children” Warning Signs

Parents should keep an eye on their kids because people who wrote these signs really mean it. Continue reading »

Funny Telltale Warning Signs That Humanity Is Devolving

The world remains a dangerous place, and many humans aren’t equipped to face that reality. On a daily basis, social media provides endless examples of stupid pictures, moronic Facebook status updates, and people who cannot seem to figure out their jobs. Continue reading »

Warning: Seeing These Adorable Cats Cuddling With Each Other Might Make You Say “Awww” Aloud

A lot of us prefer to spend time far away from our siblings, but these two Scottish Fold cats from Japan can’t get enough of each other. I could look at these pictures all day!

This sister and brother are the best of friends.


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Warning! Gastric Content! Kobayashi vs Furious Pete: Showdown in the Rain

Pizza chef and competitor Kris Cross sports a pizza tattoo as he prepares cheese pizzas for the competition. In torrential rain, super eaters Takeru Kobayashi and Canadian Furious Pete Czerwinski squared off again. (Toronto Star / Steve Russell – Staff Photographer) Continue reading »

Warning Kites

“Every kite stuck in electric cables is a sign of danger. / High-voltage electricity can kill. Keep your children away.”

This is a ambient intervention created to spread an awareness message about the danger of flying kites near high-voltage cables. Click to zoom.

Credits:

Advertised brand: Canto Cidadão
Advert title(s): Warning Kites
Advertising Agency: Mohallem/Artplan, São Paulo, Brazil
Agency website: http://www.mohallemartplan.com.br
Creative Director: Eugênio Mohallem / Head of Art: Marcus Kawamura
Art Director: André Batista, Marcus Kawamura e Marcelo Mandaji
Copywriter: Rodrigo Resende
Illustrator: André Batista e Elysson Lifante
Photographer: Caio Miranda
Published: February/2011