Here is the Week End Selection n°199! As every week, here is a selection of WTF, retro cosplay, vintage advertising, trashy illustrations, strange pictures, surreal photographs and so on, without context or explanation, gleaned from the endless meanders of the Internet… If you need some more, you will find all the previous Week end Selections here.
The duo of French street artists Ella & Pitr, who we have already often talked about, just unveiled a new monumental creation by painting one of their giant characters, asleep on the lawn of the famous Geoffroy Guichard stadium in Saint-Etienne.
I invite you to discover the surreal paintings of the Chinese artist Shang Chengxiang, who leads us into a dream world where unfold strange swirls of colored clouds.
A selection of paintings by the artist Victor Grasso, who completes his dark and intriguing portraits with natural elements and animals like crabs, fish or shellfish.
Decidedly table tennis inspires creatives and designers! After the amazing interactive ping pong table of Thomas Mayer, it is now the turn of the American designer Sean Woolsey to offer his vision about table tennis with a sober and refined design, yet elegant and modern, combining wood and metal.
Here are the Edo Cardboard, some giant cardboard LEGO bricks that will allow you to play Minecraft in your living room and build houses, castles, forts, robots, furniture and so on.
Between editorial illustrations and personal projects, I propose you to discover the creations of Austrian artist Alice Wellinger, based in Lustenau.
If sorting the different cat breeds by type and geographic origins is one of your concerns, then this poster entitled Cats Categorized is for you!
Dismembered, decapitated, crushed or pulverized? Here is Safetyville, or when the metro Los Angeles explains us the safety rules in public transport with a series of minimalist yet very explicit animations… The complete series is available on their Youtube channel.
A selection of the Instagram photos of American illustrator Lauren Carney, aka Dizzy Little Dotty, who is having fun completing her self-portraits with cute and colorful drawings.
After the British criminal women from 1900, here is a new series of portraits of criminals created in Australia by the New South Wales Police Department, between 1910 and 1930.
If you want to shout out your love for sushi to the world and you’re not afraid of ridicule, here are the Sushi Backpacks, some amazing Japanese backpacks that pay tribute to three great classics of sushi, the Sake Nigiri (salmon), the Ebi Nigiri (shrimp), and the Tamagoyaki Nigiri (Japanese omelette).
With his Volte-face series, the British photographer Oliver Curtis has decided to turn away from the most famous monuments around the world, to capture what no one wants to remember.
Accidents, Blunders and Calamities is an excellent short film, yet very quirky, built as an alphabet of animals accidentally killed by humans.
The Japanese artist and designer Akinori Goto has unveiled a surprising 3D printed transparent zoetrope, which reveals silhouettes of dancers thanks to light stripes.
A selection of the amazing tattoos of Canadian artist Pablo Puentes, aka Puentacles, who mixes pretty girls and wild animals into bold and powerful compositions.
Sex Fears is a new study that brings together in an infographic the things we fear the most when we are making love.
I invite you to discover the strange organic sculptures of American artist Russel Cameron, based in Brooklyn, who imagines surreal creatures made of bones and flesh.
In line with the wooden sculptures of Peter Demetz or Paul Kaptein, today here are the beautiful creations of Austrian artist Mario Dilitz.
The Paint Me Over series is a nice project conceived in collaboration by the photographer Marina Danilova and designer Svetlana Lyalina, featuring models in large painted dresses, that pay tribute to the paintings of the Russian artist Nikas Safronov.