Here is an interesting project that was made by photographer John Sevigny. It is called Ladies’ Bar. And it’s the product of more than 10 months of photography work. John visited some of the roughest cantinas in Guadalajara (Mexico) that are popular among criminals and drug addicts. The project shows how women are treated in Mexico. Many of them have to work as prostitutes or are paid as drinking companions to drunk men.
I can’t blame them, they just instinctively know what is good :P
Check out the pictures, they are really cute and fun :)
Here’s a little but very interesting collection of retro ads.
I know that a lot has changed compared to the 50’s and that our society was quite sexist but I didn’t know that it was sexist to that extent.
But despite all the sexism in the ads they are also funny. Don’t get me wrong, I mean, it’s a good thing that we evolve and can laugh at our stupidities made in the past. I am pretty sure, our descendants will laugh at our today’s stupidities in the future.
The following spy cameras are so tiny it’s hard to notice them at the first glance. Besides this, somebody did a great job on hiding them.
All 32 nations that will take part in the World Cup have become the main characters of the new ESPN’s promotional campaign. Each of the 32 murals pays homage to a foreign soccer star. This art is unusual, but the drawings are amazing! Enjoy!
Maybe this unique concept isn’t fair for ladies’ needs, but it’s perfect for men. P-Tree was created by Dutch designer Sam van Veluw as a great substitution to public toilets during big festivals and open-air concerts. Sam’s idea can help to reduce the crowds lining up at the porta-potties. Can this P-Tree be used in most countries? Take a look at it and you’ll answer this question yourself.
And by ‘it’ I mean love making, of course ;)
How do snakes make love? Have you ever thought about it?
Well, here’s the answer in pictures :)
Such retro lunchboxes aren’t made any more. This is a real nostalgia, a reminder of popular cultures adored in 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, etc. These lunchboxes are cool as they don’t lack the imagery, details and imagination. I would like to have one of these!