Summer is coming (soon), its good weather and its high temperatures too ... It makes you thirsty, you do not do it. The perfect time to rush on watermelons: refreshing and sweet, they save us during episodes of heat wave. But yet, as delicious as they are, what a pain when it comes to cutting them!
The talent of knowing how to draw is not given to everyone. But one can obviously train in drawing to develop one's skills and improve one's gestures ... or more simply to find very malignant techniques such as to help oneself with reference points as brilliantly does the artist of whom we will speak to you.
Sometimes, chance does things rather well. A few weeks ago, we presented a collection of 30 creative photos that prove that in life, everything is a matter of coincidences (and timing). To stay in this original and creative theme, we invite you to discover today 20 accidental look-alikes that look like famous characters, via a topic made by the website Bored Panda.
Originally from Tula in Russia, the artist Lera Kiryakova will soften you with his little drawings that card on Instagram. With her unique pencil stroke, she transforms famous personalities and characters into cute little characters with big eyes and large foreheads.
Pizza lovers are familiar with the small object we are going to talk about. In order to support the boxes and prevent them from collapsing, the manufacturers have created this famous little tripod placed in the center of the pizza. A handy little object that offers a better consumer experience and that seems to have given ideas to the Boston Pizza chain.
Today, even banks are going green! This is particularly the case of American Express who recently unveiled its first credit card made entirely from marine plastic. Currently in prototyping phase, the card should be released within a year. The idea, you understood, is to help clean up the seas and oceans by using plastic and recycling it to make bank cards.
Do you love Greek Mythology? The creative that we are going to talk about today has a very special way of approaching the subject. Stephen Kelleher is an Irish artist who works in New York as a freelancer. And obviously, he seems to have two very distinct passions: Greek Mythology and everything related to animation and geometry.