Came across this T-Shirt design and thought, you might like to take a look at it. The design goes by the name ‘Feeling Myself Disintegrate‘ and revolves around the thought as stated by the designer “Music, friends. Music“.
The name Chopsticks Dragon simply says it all, in that, this installation is made of chopsticks. However, there’s more to it than meets the eyes. Made of 10,000 chopsticks, this majestic and fearsome dragon has a tale to tell.
Did you know that Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of antibiotic Penicillin, also had an interest in creating paintings, with the same microbes that he used to work with? Well, we also learnt that he had been a member of the Chelsea Arts Club and tried his hand at watercolor compositions, depicting a variety of subjects.
Stamp collectors both young and old are no new to the single colored series of Arnold Machin’s Royal Mail Queen stamps. Interestingly, in these pictures, the popular series can be seen to take the form of rugs, replicating the characteristic look.
Hey, check out what we came upon. A huge keyboard right on the pathway! Indeed a clever utilization of the stones by the artist, whose name sadly is unknown to us. Well… there’s another thing about this street art too, if you haven’t noticed it yet. It’s not QWERTY!
That’s what friends are for, right? Always by your side in any situation and saying ‘Don’t Worry! I got your back!’. Now you could confidently flaunt your extreme support too… with some assistance from this cheerful mug! Wouldn’t you?
That’s some balancing act…don’t you think? Resting on fork and knife shaped legs is the Let’s Eat! table; welcoming you to have some fun filled dining experience as you take seat and enjoy a scrumptious meal.