Giagantic octopuses eating buildings from the inside? 

Stalker-trees with eyes? 

A huge pencil flying into your backyard and scribbling on the walls? 

It sounds surreal, but it is Filthy Lurker's street-art!


photo: Agnes Prygiel

Brick Lane is one of those places you come to London for.

An absolute 'Must See' and 'Must Be' for those who are to free to be told what they 'Must Do'.

It is an oasis of originality, vintage shops, not-on-the-high-street avaunt-grade fashion and of course... graffiti

Street-art projects literally pop out from Brick Lane's every corner!


Female graffiti artist hits the streets of Europe.

Alice Pasquini is a busy Rome-based graffiti artist, truly dedicated to her projects. 

Her portfolio is impressive and is a ture celebration of art in all its glory, passion and selflessness. 

There is a nostalgia and delicacy in her images. 

It looks as if streets are pages from a book Alice puts her work on. 

She is an illustrator who decorates the world. 

I am impressed and humbled and am looking forward to her getting 

big commissions for graffiti projects in the world's capitals.


Large fish-shaped sculptures created with the use of discarded plastic bottles 

have appeared in Rio de Janeiro as a part of Rio+20 conference on sustainable development.

The project highlights the problem of waste that ends up in our oceans.


This impressive field of tiny turquoise forget-me-not cameras has been created by Andre Feliciano - Brazilian artist recently commissioned by the United Photo Industries. His first installation presented to the American art lovers features over 3000 minature camera-flowers emerging from among leaves of grass. 

Andre has become familiar to the world's audience only just recently, but his Brazilian career path has been long and breath-taking. He had his exhibitions at Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art (MAM), the Tomie Ohtake Institute and Sao Paulo’s Geothe Institute. Personally I find him one of the greatest modern art talents. Good luck, Andre! See you at Tate Modern soon!


Kirsty Mitchell lost her mother to brain cancer in 2008.

The 'Wonderland' photo series has been a way to deal with the sorrow. All costumes, wigs and sets were constructed on a shoestring budget. Kirsty would often wait an entire year to find the perfect natural setting for her  shots. Her photographic series began as a small summer project which challenged her grief and turned into passion. Her mother Maureen was an English teacher who spent her life inspiring generations of children with imaginative stories and plays. Kirsty's work has been greatly appreciated by an international audience with the recent articles in the Daily Mail and on BBC websites. Her exhibition has become a part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee's celebrations in London.

Kirsty Mitchell's website
via Daily Mail and Enpundit

Space Invaders Coffee Cup - Hamsterdam


I always look for products which are one of a kind, original and designed with imagination. The idea of going to a High Street shop and spending £50 on an item which was actually manufactured in China at the prize of £1.50 becomes less and less attractive to me with such a variety of incredible designs delivered by original artists online.

So here you have a beautiful vintage table which is just about to get pixelated. Later hand-knitted mug-warmer with a pixel-based image woven into the fabric. And finally LightYourselfUp's bookshelf for all Pacman lovers where books actually become pixelated parts of the 3D Ghost's face! These are fantastic product concepts which bring originality into everyone's life.
We are all nostalgic about vintage computer games: Pacman, Space Invaders, Arcanoid and Tetris. Pixels are magical and are 'migrating' from the computer universe to the world of souvenirs and fashion.

Organic Cotton Bag - KalleAndJules

Side Table 'White Cube' - RstArtDesig

Pixel Cherries Hair Clip 


Creepy Toys Design - Jason Freeny

Jason Freeny creates dissected models of iconic fictional characters and toys . He has already shown us the guts and bones of Mickey Mouse, Barbie, Sackman and many others. If you are interested in alternative anatomy-learning methods - this might be something for you. The toys are a statement of originality and are hugely popular among collectors. Handmade, one of the kind models are available for approximately £1000, but the prices for his 6cm-tall limited edition figurines start from £8. What begun 5 years ago as Jason's hobby, transformed into a new toys brand.