El Sueño Americano ~ A Photographic Essay on the Seized and Discarded Belongings of Undocumented Migrants at the Mexican Border
El Sueño Americano Photographs by Tom Keifer El Sueño Americano, a photographic essay by Tom Keifer, evokes an empathetic feeling from the viewer. It began when Kiefer was a janitor working for the Customs and Border Protection in Ajo, Arizona.[…]
Cocaine, Laudanum, Opium, Methedrine And The Good Doctor Battys’ Asthma Cigarettes… 5 Naive Vintage Pharma Ads
Dr. Batty’s cigarettes are not recommended for children under 6. But just look at the variety of lovely late 1800’s typefaces. Opium. Yesteryears‘ Fentanyl today. It’s hard to read but basically it’s saying opium is twice as strong as morphine.[…]
Here’s another guilty looking Beagle. Here’s another Chihuahua in a cup and another for valentine’s day.
This air-diving pose soon to become a meme near you? Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley was in the right place at the right time when he snagged these pictures. During a photographic safari trip on the Alagnak River in Southern Alaska[…]
A couple of years ago I posted Yujia Hu‘s shoeshi —a classic sushi sneaker collection. Here are some new pictures of his recent artwork (eatwork?), including fish-forgeries of famous paintings and celebrity portraits. Follow Yujia Hu (theonigiriart) on Instagram.
Piotr Lesniak is a Polish illustrator and sculptor. While this post only focuses on his illustration work, his sculptures (and medal works) are equally great and deserving of their own post. Lesniak has an engraving style for his pieces not[…]
That’s right. Pepsi have waltzed into Atlanta with a major media spend. Over 350 billboards, train station dominations and other OOH postings. Pepsi are making a big splash in the house/hometown of Coca-Cola. The lines are very good too–with some[…]
Lim Heng Swee is a Malaysian illustrator and graphic designer. His mantra is ‘Doodling A Smile,’ aiming to make people smile more in their everyday lives. The series Moody Animals uses puns of animal names to describe their mood as they lay[…]
An unusual series of Russian and Ukrainian Posters 1917-1921 “In Red Automobile to the Kingdom of Communism” Compared to the more colorful, conventional styled poster art of the Revolutionary period in Russia, this series seems quite primitive, naive. Perhaps it was[…]