Artist Ray Bartkus painted a mural on a water-front building in Marijampolė, Lithuania. The trick with this mural is that it’s painted upside down, i.e., meant to be viewable on the surface of the water:
Ray Bartkus, via Boredpanda.
Reporting and photo via Boredpanda.
Super! Because sometimes you need to stand on your head (so to speak) to bring things into focus. 🙂
Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey was to retold by VirtuaLUG – in LEGO blocks. Their incredible 300-square-foot layout features numerous scenes from Odysseus’ 10-year adventure. The scenes include but are by no means limited to:
Circe’s Island. By Millie McKenzie; image via The Brothers Brick.
Hall of Hades. By Lee Jones, Leo J. and Adam Reed Tucker; image via The Brothers Brick.
Mount Olympus. By Bart Larrow; image via The Brothers Brick.
Found via The Brothers Brick.
Kudos! This is such a creative, epic version of the poem beautifully and imaginatively rendered. Because “toy” is such a restrictive descriptor for LEGOs. Because old stuff need not be stuffy.
There’s a whole world out there that we hardly think about, just because it’s small. Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko documents tiny creatures and fleeting moments in fascinating and utterly, breathtakingly beautiful pictures:
Because wonderful moments come in all shapes and sizes.
Brooklyn-based artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh created street art to address street harassment directed at women. Here are some of her posters:
Because shouldn’t everyone be allowed to run their errands in peace?
Polish artist Natalia Rak creates mind-blowing street art like these outdoor murals:
The Legend of Giants. Natalia Rak.
The Legend of Giants.
Spellbound. Natalia Rak.
Additional images available (partly in Polish) on Natalia’s blog.
Because art enriches us!