This beautiful depiction from the Oscar-winning movie, The Godfather, is made up of thousands of letters and words. In fact, every word from the script! It was created entirely by hand and it took artist, Rick Almanzan, over 300 hours to complete. Zoom in and take a closer look!
WittyCookie would like to share with you this Junk Mail Portrait of Elizaveth Taylor at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum in Hollywood. Rather than throwing away all the annoying junk mail, artist Sandhi Schimmel uses it to create colorful mosaics in a process she calls “uncycling”. This stunning portraint features Oscar-winning Hollywood legend, Elizabeth Taylor.
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Celebrate Aboriginal Awareness Week (May22-25) with a visit to BEAT NATION.
by Janine C. Grant
The exhibition of Beat Nation begins even before you enter the Vancouver Art Gallery. Carved into the cement by the Hornby Street entrance, the stylized logo ‘Indians’ of the Cleveland Major League Baseball team physically imprints the sidewalk with new meaning. Interweaving the history of Vancouver with contemporary re-appropriation, Nicholas Galanin’s piece sets the tone for the work found inside. In the past, the gallery building held the Land Title office of still un-ceded Coast Salish territory. The enlightening play between space, medium and meaning throughout the gallery presents re-interpretations of tradition and the lived experience of Aboriginal people today.
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“Throw a dart at a globe and chances are you will hit a country where Chupa Chups is selling lollipops”
This simply shows how famous and ubiquitous the brand is across the globe!
Chupa Chups has always been one of the most popular sweets to a child. Even to an adult, it is still an ‘innocent pleasure’. Now we all know this lollipop named “chupachús”, but do you know that its daisy logo was created by the world’s famous Spanish Surrealist painter, Salvador Dali?
This eye-catching logo has not been changed since it was first created in 1969. Surprisingly, Salvador Dali managed to design this logo while working for only an hour at a pavement café! Dali was also the one who suggested the logo be placed on the top so that it could always been seen intact.
A unique and well-design company logo is the first step to achieve brand recognition and get people remember your brand! It shows what your company is about and helps you establish the identity and image of your company. A company logo is a crucial branding tool and a great sales tactic by itself. Promote your business with the right logo!
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