A couple of weeks ago we showed you a genius way street artist Combo – aka Culture Kidnapper – got his revenge on an anti-graffiti brigade in Paris.
To stop inconsiderate parking behaviour in Russia, and to keep disabled parking spots for those who truly are disabled, a brilliant non-profit organisation came up with a campaign that reminded drivers who those disabled parking spots are actually for.
That treehouse your dad built back in the day has got nothin’ on this one! Minister Horace Burgess claims that he received a divine calling from God in 1993 saying, ‘If you build a treehouse, I’ll see that you never run out of material’. So for 15 years this man built like he’s never built before…
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When biker Pat Doody stopped at a petrol station on a cross-country trip to fill up his tank, he probably wasn’t betting on finding a new friend. But at this petrol station he met an injured kitten. So he did what any tough biker would do – he scooped up the kitty, put him in his vest to keep him warm, and took him on the road with him.
Rugby changed Sammy Green’s life. Once a troubled youth, he was left with a criminal background and no job prospects, while living in a local hostel on probation. It was by chance that he got involved with the rugby charity School of Hard Knocks, which taught him the values of rugby.
Sydney’s unwanted pets are getting a second chance thanks to staff at the Sutherland Shire Council Animal Shelter, which operates in partnership with the City of Sydney. Thanks to this animal-loving operation, 550 cats and dogs have been given new loving homes over the past year. The Sutherland Shire Council Animal Shelter has held such wonderful adoption programs that even Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore is urging people thinking about buying a pet to first contact the animal shelter.
Life is Better Blonde has just collaborated with director Natalie James to produce a brand new video, Follow Me. This bewitching track has an equally masterful video to go along with it, which was filmed in the beautiful Macedon ranged of Victoria.
If you want an authentic American roadtrip experience, you’ll need to get yourself to Walcott, Iowa, and spend some time (or the entire night) at Iowa 80, the world’s largest truckstop. While a truckstop doesn’t sound like a lot of fun, this one is pretty much its own miniature city, with restaurants, convenience stores, a movie theatre, laundromat, barber shop, dentist, and chiropractor all within the megaplex.
Brisbane is making waves all around the country for its brilliant arts and cultural scene, so if you’re a film buff, clear that calendar for the month of November and make your way to Brisbane for one of Australia’s best festivals: the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF). This eleven-day international event (Thursday 19 to Sunday 29 November) will satisfy your film-obsessed soul with more than 75 award-winning features, documentaries and shorts from here and abroad screened across the Asia Pacific region.
We all know tattoos last a long time, but now a service called ‘Save My Ink’ is looking to make it last longer than YOU by framing it after you die. Now that’s what you call art!
Who says you can’t fall in love with an object? One look at the Oasis dome and you’ll be well on your way to true love… and camping (which says a lot for you anti-campers out there).
In Brazil, photographer Vitor Schietti uses long-exposure photography and fireworks to wrap trees with illusions of cobwebs made of light.
Last year we showed you the First Kiss video that saw total strangers kissing in front of the camera. That video went viral and produced a lot of other spin-offs and parodies. But then we came across this video by Jordan Oram.
Every autumn, Polish artist Joanna Wirazka ditches her traditional canvas for something that’s readily available and waiting to be noticed: fallen leaves.