Swedish Artist Is Vandalizing Streets With His Stunning Pixel Art (New Pics)

More info: #2 #3 His creations are fun to watch as each piece is created to interact with its surroundings making them stand out. He takes inspiration from old movies, cartoons, TV shows, and of course, retro videos games. Well, that part is clearly visible when you look at a few of his creations! #6 #7 His stunning street art can be usually found on everyday objects – pipes, sculptures, streets, traffic signs and many more, and always with a vintage aesthetic. From Super Mario to Ninja Turtles, The Simpsons or Rambo, the art of Pappas Pärlor will appeal to fans of street art and retro video games. If you are interested, here you can find the previous post about this amazing …

Brand Design Agency Illustrates Client Feedback As Classic Horror Movie Posters (9 Pics)

Freelancers and contractors have certain perks in their work lives; the freedom to pick and choose projects that seem the most interesting and challenging is great, plus you can decide how much you think your work is worth and set your own schedule. Image credits: Image credits: Serious Studio have obviously been there many times before and decided to turn their terrifying client experiences into a series of vintage horror movie posters. As you can see, they make perfect sense! “We wanted to do something fun for Halloween, and what’s scarier than a client from hell?” Serious Studio, whose mission is to “design things with intention and character,” told Bored Panda. “Our client horror stories were inspired by real-life scenarios and experiences …

16 Vintage Ads Of Hair Products For Men In The 1970s

More info: 18 reply View More Replies… Seems like back in the day, the media had a particular idea of how a true flamboyant man should look and what necessary tonsorial gadgets they should use to correspond to the standards. From detailed haircut descriptions to men’s hairspray, to mustache shampoo, and combs for every occasion you could imagine – the magazines and newspapers definitely gave men’s appearance the attention it deserves. Extremely thorough adverts were all men needed to follow to blend in with the chic ’70s fashion and style scene. Especially when it comes to hair, and oh boy, were the 1970s hairy! 20 reply #3 #4 21 reply View More Replies… Those vintage advertisements might look ludicrous to …

50 Struggles That 90s Kids Remember Too Well

The technology that kids now take for granted was refined over the years through our experiences. We eventually got the internet but we needed to wait for it to connect. We had phones, but they were connected to our houses until Nokia came along with SMS and snake. Oh, and we had something similar to Netflix too, but you had to go to rent a tape or DVD at the videostore. Looking back, these things might seem incredibly basic and inconvenient now, but we loved them! And I’ll take my Nirvana/Soundgarden/Faith No More mixtape over your Jonas Brothers Spotify playlist any day of the week… #2 #3 Analogue and dial-up modems: Before broadband and 4G networks came along we connected …

I Track Down And Eat At The Last Surviving Locations Of Nearly Defunct Restaurant Chains

It’s a pastime that evolved from my desire to track down locations of restaurant chains that had disappeared from my hometown during my childhood. It slowly grew to an obsession with experiencing and documenting the remaining survivors of restaurant chains that are struggling, endangered, or nearly completely defunct, even if I had never experienced them before. reply View More Replies… #4 Stuckey’s Stuckey’s was a chain of a combination of gas station and souvenir stores that also sometimes sold hot food to highway travelers, much like Horne’s (whose founder got his start working for Stuckey’s). The business evolved from a roadside pecan stand in Georgia to a 300 unit chain that sold T-shirts, hot dogs, and pecan candy to travelers …