So, you’re all set to go to the beach, but you want to drink beer while you’re there. Who hasn’t faced this dilemma at some point in their life? Some people (like those who live in Miami) face this dilemma nearly every day in the summer. Thanks to Virgin Mobile, we’ve uncovered some of the zaniest ways people have hidden their beer at the beach:
The surrealist works of Colombia-born artist Federico Uribe become even more surreal upon closer inspection, when you discover his creations consist of awe-inspiring assemblies of nothing other than pins and shoelaces. Uribe, who is based in Miami, is no stranger to thinking outside of the box: he has also created artworks consisting of screws, gardening tools, pencils and shoes, among many other household objects, throughout his art career.
To put it lightly, Uribe’s work is extraordinary, and his “Shoe Laces” collection is certainly no exception. In it, he creates startling, humorous and sometimes quite demented images of people with shoes for hands, with their innards exposed, and with the foot of a live chicken positioned between their teeth, all conveyed through just that trusty piece of string that keeps your shoes from slipping off your feet. Check out some of our favourite pieces below, and check out Uribe’s official site for more. [Read more…]
If you had fun watching TrustoCorp’s humorous street signs in one of our previous articles, you will definitely love the new ones he has made. The new signs are placed in several cities like New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, etc., and they are still funny like all of TrustoCorp’s work. .
These painted and humorous street signs have been seen all over Miami lately, as well as in New York. The artist or artists behind the works are called TrustoCorp. We don’t know much about this artist, but it has been told that it will soon be a pretty intense nationwide campaign of TrustoCorp’s works, and that the signs can soon be seen in several other states.