“Mitt Romney Oven Mitt, Enchilada and Magic Underwear” is a series of works by an artist known as Taco Werewolf. Taco lives in Bloomington, IN. 42 years old and a US Navy veteran, that for the past few years had made humorous political art involving Mexican food, primarily tacos. Taco Werewolf focus mainly on political elections during election time.
“You know you don’t have to go if you are scared. You don’t have to prove anything”.
Messages of this kind and similar ones poured into my facebook inbox and my mobile phone.
I admit, it was not an easy decision to partake in this project. From about a week prior to the journey to Beit Jalah, I stopped sleeping.
Tom and Alizarin are a couple of young creative creatures that are now enjoying their honeymoon in a world wide road trip. Fortunately for us, they share beautiful pictures and fascinating stories about their adventures around the world in a great blog called Zroob.com.
Tamir Zadok’s film Gaza Canal ,תעלת עזה is nothing less then brilliant. Zadok’s humorist approach to this politically charged subject matter is genius. If you haven’t seen yet this film you absolutely must watch it. Just be aware that the film completely rely on fabricated contents and “facts”.
British street artist Nick Walker painting a mural in Paris to coincide with the French election and in response to Sarkozy’s political pressure to ban the muslim veil.
Photo Philanthropy is a Organization which helps photographers to help social changes through photography. Photographers work with charitable organizations and document the stories from the people all over the world.
“If artists are not required to prove the integrity of their motives, why should anyone else be? If we were to speculate hidden motives of government institutions and private corporations, it is only fair that we also speculate the hidden motives of the artists who criticize them.”
Chris Jordan’s images are evoking and really brings to a wake up call to what we are doing to our environment, or even ourselves. Every time you zoom in from a large scale image…
Sama Alshaibi is born in Iraq to an Iraqi father and Palestine mother. Her art is all about suffer and the displacement of loss. She uses her own body as the main subject to depict the history of her homeland and societal issues of her original country…
In “THE 99,” Naif Al-Mutawa’s new generation of comic book heroes fight more than crime — they smash stereotypes and battle extremism. Named after the 99 attributes of Allah, his characters reinforce positive messages of Islam and cross cultures to create a new moral framework for confronting evil, even teaming up with the Justice League of America…