As the holiday season approaches, you might have some children in your life who are asking for Barbies, or Disney Princesses, or Transformers, or Star Wars action figures. Instead of supporting an interest in Barbie (whose physique defies all natural laws), or the princesses (who set feminism back about a gazillion years), or in a franchise that gets lamer and lamer by the moment (I blame it on Jar Jar) why not buy that special someone a historical, literary, or real-life-celebrating action figure instead?
Ah, the mysterious street artist Trustocorp and his humorous street signs all over the U.S. I guess we’ve seen it before. But we just can’t help it; now this artist has invaded California and done some new and fun projects in Hollywood. It’s worth another look.
French artist Guillaume Reymond has had a lot of success with his former projects. For instance, the video performance “GAME OVER” had over 12 million viewers around the world, and the video film “Human Tetris” saw great success. He won the 2007 You Tube Video Award for that film. Now he is involved with a new project called TRANSFORMERS, where he parks several cars, buses or trucks in a special pattern so it looks like the enormous Transformers robots (like the movie, the toys, the cartoon, etc.) when viewed from above. On one of the “robots” he even used people in different colored shirts to create the shape.
A Grandma reads Kanye West’s tweets. The perfect mixture of contrasting elements. We can only hope that Kanye sees this video. Created by our friends at Booya Pictures.
If you’re like me, you’ve fantasized about making a giant, fat monkey out of flip flops several times in your life. Well, some students in Sao Paulo did just that.