Is it possible to translate the dirty Russian language? How to convey all the colors of Russian swear words and phrases? The mission seems to be impossible, but editors of American and German BuzzFeed Victor Stepanov and Karsten Schmehl made a nice attempt. The results of their work were published in the article “17 Russian Swear Words We Definitely Need In English”. O God, it’s really funny! Continue reading »
What happens when a frog’s car breaks down? It gets toad away. If you’re like me and laughed at this joke more than you probably should have, you know that words are fun. 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 »
Hollywood Celebrities Are Attracted By Simple Proletarian Words Of Russian Newspaper And Unimaginable Thought That Their Interviews With The Portrait Will Be Published In The Heart Of The Southern Urals
Coolest Russian newspaper Kopeisk Worker is from the provincial town of Kopeisk, Chelyabinsk region, the Urals. Chelyabinsk region has become famous worldwide due to meteorite (February 2013). Continue reading »
Brooklyn baker Kat Thek is the brainchild behind Troll Cakes, a new bakery/detective agency that specializes in turning trolls’ mean internet comments into delicious cakes. But it’s Thek’s “Tiny Hands Special” ― meant for President Trump ― that’s got our attention. This “bigly satisfying” deal means that for only $30, you can get one of Trump’s tweets or comments printed on a cake and sent straight to the White House. Continue reading »
Judging from his work, you would be surprised to find that designer and entrepreneur Ted Bettridge is just 14 years old. Having been hand-lettering for two years—which means that he started at the ripe old age of 12 — Bettridge also has a precocious talent for pairing his lettering work with found images that seem to go perfectly together. Continue reading »
Words have power. This is something Jojo Oldham knows all too well.
Whether you’re a soap star hearing lewd comments made by a politician 10 years ago or the average woman getting catcalled on her way home from work, what other people have to say about your body leave a lasting impression. Continue reading »
According to a young artist Ahmed Awad: “Hi, my name is Ahmed Awad, I’m 22 years old. Eritrea Studio is my creative child, a playground where I experiment with feelings through art. The main idea behind Eritrea is to express a specific emotion, feeling or a situation that you can’t normally express with words; so, I choose to deliver it with drawings. Expressing my ideas on love, gender equality, politics and pain through art has always been helpful for me. I used my mind and heart to build expressive artwork through drawing, digital illustration and other creative composition methods.” Continue reading »
If you are one of those fortunate people who knows more than one language, you’ll know that some words are just untranslatable. But help is at hand from illustrator Emma Block (working with Vashi.com), who shows us the meaning of these “untranslatable” words with her truly beautiful drawings. Continue reading »
Los Angeles based artist WRDSMTH recently visited Melbourne for the first time and was overwhelmed by the street art scene and decided to drop a load of his stencils with witty and insightful words of wisdom pasted up all over town and the inner city suburbs of Fitzroy and St.Kilda.
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We all know those photos with worthy worldly wisdom added that you come across on every available network. All you need is a cool hipster-style image treated with all manner of filters, and then you slap a sentence onto it. There’s probably a bit of software that will generate one for you. But this collection really pokes fun at the whole trend and subverts the content completely. All the little added comments and slogans give these emotional, reflective photos a really ridiculous aftertaste
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This is a machine that converts words into cocktails. If you want to know, how it works visit http://www.morskoiboy.com
26 Gallery artist Michael Arick creates custom canvas art prints by changing the way we look at the letters of the alphabet. 26 Gallery allows you to order your own print that contains any letters or words you want but displays the letters in a way that makes each print look like an abstract or minimalist style work of art. Each design is quite literally a conversation piece!
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