Tania Sousa

sweepmeoffmyconverseallstar:

kingofthefuckingozone:

drenkeeg:

This is so accurate, I can’t even omfG

GPOY

Comic Sans is the worst font eveerrrrrrrrrr

sweepmeoffmyconverseallstar:

kingofthefuckingozone:

drenkeeg:

This is so accurate, I can’t even omfG

GPOY

Comic Sans is the worst font eveerrrrrrrrrr

(Source: dutchster)

reginasworld:

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliviera creates sculptures of tree trunks, making them look like they burst through the walls of the galleries.

(via thingssheloves)

wickedclothes:

Porcelain Face Mug.
Put a smile on that mug with a hungry mouth cubby that bites off more than you can chew. Perfect for serving milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts, tea and biscotti, or your favorite snack-time combinations. Sold at UncommonGoods.

wickedclothes:

Porcelain Face Mug.

Put a smile on that mug with a hungry mouth cubby that bites off more than you can chew. Perfect for serving milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts, tea and biscotti, or your favorite snack-time combinations. Sold at UncommonGoods.

(via wickedclothes)

wickedclothes:

Doodle Duvet Cover.
This duvet cover, featured at Not on the High Street, comes with its own pack of 8 wash-out doodle colour pens, so you can jot down late-night thoughts, draw a masterpiece, write a story or leave a message – then wash your duvet cover for a totally fresh start all over again!

wickedclothes:

Doodle Duvet Cover.

This duvet cover, featured at Not on the High Street, comes with its own pack of 8 wash-out doodle colour pens, so you can jot down late-night thoughts, draw a masterpiece, write a story or leave a message – then wash your duvet cover for a totally fresh start all over again!

(via wickedclothes)

pulmonaire:

Augusto Esquivel is well-known for making three-dimensional sculptures from sewing buttons.

(via thingssheloves)

These gum sculptures are created by artist Simon Decker “stretching” all around venice.  

These sculptures which range from angry birds to footwear are created using purely food cans!

Images like these always amaze me.  If viewed from one one angle, the image becomes clear however, if viewed from any other angle, the image does not appear clear or even close to how it should.   

Okay, we’ve all seen both Julian Beever’s and Kurt Wenner’s amazing chalk art but we haven’t seen it as big as this.  Street artists 3D Joe & Max created the world’s largest 3d chalk art stretching 12,490 square feet in London which took seven days to complete.