There are several things in life that you already know and have learned but you seem to forget it because no one tells and reminds you of them. Illustrator Alex from Barcelona has introduced these type of statements by making cute and funny illustrations.
To honor the biggest sport event of the year, ESPN TV collaborated with top-tier New York ad agency Wieden + Kennedy to give birth to 32 original soccer posters, one for each participating country at World Cup 2010 hosted in South Africa. Every poster symbolizes football and national tradition of the country.
Spanish artist from Madrid that calls himself SpY is creating a different kind of street art than most people are used to. He is making city statues look a bit more interesting by putting a bucket, a paper bag or a ski mask over their heads, a red clown nose on their noses or a pie in their faces. SpY has also managed to give one of the statues red lightning eyes.
After the big sucess of a glowing club in Berlin, another one with the same concept has opened in Barcelona, Spain. Kubik Barcelona is a temporary mobile open-air nightclub that consists of dozens of illuminated water tanks.
During a cultural festival in Catalunya, Spain an object shaped like an oversize 3-dimensional computer cursor was placed on a square in Figueres. The funny thing about the cursor was that people could touch it, sit on it and move it around.