Sydney artist Scott Marsh has a great sense of humor.
Remember last year when that Photoshopped red carpet photo of Kanye passionately kissing himself made the rounds? I know you do. It has even been widely reported that Kanye wanted that photo removed from the Interwebz. Like that would ever actually happen. Well, in an even more permanent tribute to the funny and controversial photo, Marsh has immortalized the pic in a giant mural on the side of a Sydney wine and cheese bar.
You have to admit this is even more enjoyable than the original photo. At a time when Yeezy seems to be a stone's throw away from completely losing his mind, the mural is a stirring tribute to his egoism. I'm sure The Life of Pablo rapper won't find this funny at all. But that doesn't matter. Art plus comedy makes for a hearty Sunday laugh. And I'm here for it. 100%.
Marsh is no stranger to paying homage to great artists. His Instagram account also boasts richly detailed paintings of Notorious B.I.G., James Brown, and Bob Marley to name a few. Perhaps this Banksy-esque street art marks a new direction and some newfound fame for the artist. Here's hoping he paints a mural of Donald Trump on the side of an Outback Steakhouse.
Writers Work is a game changer for freelance writers hoping to kick off their professional careers.
This Christmas, shop small and knock out your Christmas shopping list with original, creative, food-themed gifts from Cornaments.
Almost 40% of Americans are missing out on a good night's sleep, but improving our shuteye doesn't involve any drastic actions. We just need to make a few adjustments.
This winter, step up your beard care routine to avoid dryness, irritation, and beard dandruff.
A petty confrontation with another tenant in my building revealed a much darker subtext lurking underneath.
An actual blog post and not a personal essay, for once.
Staying healthy is expensive, especially if you load your cabinets with tons of pricey supplements. Crystal Clear Solutions offer several health alternatives at affordable prices.
In the grand scheme of things, will your legacy consist of the images you curated or the contributions you've left behind?
Minority-owned Knew Amsterdam sets out to help digital era creatives capture their journeys in meaningful ways.
Reflections on the last year of my life, and a few focuses for the next one.