“This elderly Ukrainian lady had her house destroyed in a Russian attack but the oven still works and somebody had to bake Easter cakes for the family right?” @visegrad24
Bread Bondage – by Zara Alexandrova
Virus diary @White Cuib
The beauty of no artificial preservatives
created by: ingo, david and publicis, 2020
The beauty of real food is that it gets ugly. that’s why we are rolling out a WHOPPER® that is free from artificial preservatives. isn’t it beautiful? #NoArtificialPreservatives
Made by Atelier Hola – Coreea
Gerard Weber – Weed Week : Now With More Weed
A week-long programming stunt dedicated to weed that appeals to all the senses and culminates on 4/20. The strategy for this campaign was celebrating the ubiquity, normalization, and increasing legalization of weed.
It depicts copious amounts of weed in curious, unexpected places while still being rooted in the real world.
Gerard is a Creative + Art Director with over 12 years experience working alongside a range of brands developing global campaigns. His work has won over 90 awards and has been recognized across marketing, advertising, television, digital, print, experiential and more.
Product Placement – Dave Pollot
Original Oil on Thrift Painting
He discribes his process of work:
“I find discarded prints and paintings (ones you may have inherited from great grandma and brought to your local donation bin), and make additions. Sometimes I paint monsters, other times zombies, and most times some pop culture reference- Star Wars, Futurama, Ghostbusters, Mario Brothers…the list goes on. I use oil paints and do my best to match the style of the original artist. My hope is to take these out of the trash can and into a good home; full-circle- from a print that proudly hung on your Grandma’s wall, to a painting that proudly hangs on yours.”
He also writes: “Painting has always been something of a hobby to me, but it wasn’t until I started repurposing thrift art in 2012 that I did it with any real consistency. The idea actually began as a joke between my wife (who loves to shop at thrift stores) and I, but it quickly evolved into an attempt to answer a question: Could I take a piece of unwanted art, and without changing its aesthetic, change its meaning by painting into it some bit of pop culture/nostalgia and make it desirable in the modern world? Since that time, I’ve also started to explore a number of more personal themes in my work.”
His favorite themes are movie parodies, television parodies, horror parodies, old market expansion series, video game parodies and surrealist art.
Shusaku Takaoka is a Japanese graphic designer, who creates digital collages from old paintings, photographs and movie screen shoots with contemporary visual material.
Dányi Zsófi – sketch
2018 Dec. – Eger, Hungary
Part of sketches by the first year graphic design students of the Visual Arts Institute, Eger, Hungary
Unknown photographer and place of a known fact: food waste, especially bread
Helping the starving, American-style
propaganda poster, 1970s, artist unknown