I love cartoons. My love for cartoon stretches all the way back to my childhood days where I would glue my face to the TV for all my evening programmes without fail. Right now, this love has evolved to a more matured level where I tend to see it as a form of creative expression. Something that doesn’t really pick off here in Singapore is the freedom to create street art. Graffiti is considered vandalism and the artist would be immediately punished. How sucky can it be? Well, check out this awesome artwork on Graham Ave, Brooklyn. The artist, Jerkface gave it a really cool and refreshed artwork. After checking out his web, I must say he does have some really nice artwork. Unlike Singapore, the freedom for artist in the states to create such beautiful street artworks does helped to create a stronger identity and culture. Check out more of his artworks here.
Ha! Gotta love the styling and idea by Buenos Aires-based art director Alexandre Tissier. Apparently he has developed a series of interesting ads with the idea he conceived as fiction meets fiction. I love how he conceived the idea, merging heroes with other fun storylines. Interestingly, these combinations gave the message of creativity and building. Both of which, are symbolic to LEGO’s reputation for toy imaginations.