The present-day national flag of the Philippines has elements of the flags flown by the Katipunan secret society during the Philippine Revolution. The Pambansang bandila (“National Flag”) was first conceptualized by General Emilio Aguinaldo during his exile in Hong Kong in 1897 and hand sewn by Marcela Agoncillo, her daughter Lorenzo and a friend named […]
Over the past 40 years, smoking has declined by about half, thanks in part to anti-smoking media campaigns.But anti-tobacco messages and ads often face fierce opposition from the cigarette manufacturers who have worked vigorously to diminish their impact Anti-smoking ads began in the late 1960s when the FCC deemed cigarette smoking controversial and therefore subject […]
Street culture and graffiti are well-known for being provocative, appealing, bold and uncompromising. Originally used by gangs to mark their territory in some urban area, graffitis have now become a rich medium for unrestricted expression of ideas and statements. In fact, creative designers and artists across the globe use this form of art to deliver […]
Street art in Odessa, Ukraine.
Vintage stuff is way underrated, especially when you see such great artwork forgotten by time. We’ve come across some satirical maps that describe in a humorous fashion Europe’s situation as seen during the first World War. Here are the artworks:
Seems that Russian have a lot sense for paint jobs. This photos will make really nice Car Wallpapers on your desktop. Scroll to the bottom for best Cars News…
You’ve never seen Mario and Zelda like this before. Artist Jimi Benedict a.k.a. “Jimiyo” created these images which combine 8-bit forms of the game’s original characters with a surreal illustration style.
Creative people at UK ad agency Mother London wanted to create a self-promotional item. Printing bags was the idea but they needed to be unique. So Mother London created a series of Uncarriable Carrier Bags: bags that you don’t want to be seen carrying around…