28 February 2021 - Hidden Details Found in Everyday Objects


Hidden Details Found

 in Everyday Objects


G'day folks,

How observant are you?

Just when everything seems painfully familiar and unsurprising, taking a closer look at things might change your whole perspective. In the photos below, people have documented little moments of joy and wonder, when they found a small hidden detail in an otherwise ordinary object or place. As it turns out, the world has more delightful secrets, stashed away from plain sight, than you could imagine.

Clancy's comment: Nice surprises, eh?

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27 February 2021 - WHEN STAIRS BECOME ART





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Abandoning the flat canvas of buildings, some street artists take to the stairs, transforming them into magnificent works of urban art. 

It doesn’t matter whether it’s with paint, plants, mosaics or wallpapers – the end goal is beauty, shared and enjoyed by all. This phenomenon is not a localized. It's happening all around the world. 
Clancy's comment: Very clever. Some of these would have taken a lot of work.

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21 February 2021 - WORLD STREET ART




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All of the artists depicted here are brilliant at their craft.

To quote a great man - I have a dream. In my dream, all the streets in all the world are covered by beautiful, colorful art, expressing anything beheld by the eye of imagination. I like this dream, just as I adore these creations of of art decorating the walls of many a street. I vote we cover more streets with beautiful art, who's with me?

Clancy's comment: Magnificent way to spruce up society.

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G'day folks,

Some of the work seen on this post will stagger you.

Five years ago, Hank Cheng was inspired to make his first diorama, a tiny miniature model of a Japanese restaurant he visited as a student. Before long, he became a master of his craft, and today he creates dioramas full-time and even sells them all over the world.

Cheng’s success isn’t incidental. His work is so vivid and full of detail, you can almost see tiny people living in the miniature worlds he creates. Part of the realism is that many of Cheng’s dioramas depict run-down neighbourhoods, grocery stores, cluttered bedrooms, or back alleys. They are all real-life places from the artist’s memory; through his art, he pays a tribute to his community. 

Cheng can create anything out of wood, metal, and other recycled materials. “When people ask me if there's anything that I can't make,” he says, “I jokingly say, ‘Only air and sunshine.’” Scroll down and immerse yourself in a miniature world.

Clancy's comment: Simply brilliant. Well done, Hank.

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