Is it considered graffiti if the design was made by cleaning something? This question is raised by a series of extraordinarily talented illustrations done by entrepreneur Allen Wong in front of his house. He power-washed his entire sidewalk with the exception of the silhouettes of a few of his favorite characters – Superman, Calvin and Hobbes, and Totoro.
Street art is the most delicate way to protest or deliver a message to goverment, corporates and to draw their attention to sensitive problems all over the world. Sadly, street art is still a forbidden form of art and all the artists reamins unknown. However, I collected some of the best street art from the world and wanted to share it with you.
The SkateHook Wall Hook is so cool, you’ll want one of them riding every wall in your house. Well, the good news is that the SkateHook is so useful, you can stick them everywhere. Awesome in your mancave, bedroom, or apartment. It is a sweet spot to hang your coats, bags, or gear. The SkateHook even works great as a charging station for your phone or small tablet device.
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Toronto artist Nicholas Sinclair better known as Dudeman has been travelling around the globe to showcase his amazing creation. Ever since his first collection entitled ‘Colour Therapy’ his amazing ability to combine colours and shapes made an impression to critics and fans alike. His latest undertaking is graffiti furniture. Dudeman has found a dazzling way to combine street art and vintage pieces of furniture. His funky creations are worth our admirations!
We are not robots.
This unusual square box with black dots started to appear all over the city. It was an advertisers way of saying “We want to tell you more but, you have to scan this code first”. It destroyed a layout graphic designers put their passion into. And it confused the people who didn’t know what it was. It wasn’t sexy nor interesting to look at.
The advertisers are slowly realizing the “Let’s just put a QR code on this” boat is sinking and we no longer see those mysterious cubes anymore. However, despite the dying trend, there are plenty of companies who still use it for their marketing campaigns. We decided to let the public and the companies know that the war is over.
QR Code Hunters