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Taste of Streep: when Meryl meets food

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Oscar fever is almost over and Leo is finally satisfied with the golden statue in his hands – congrats, man! The red carpet has been removed, but the spotlights have not been completely switched off, especially in the social media world. This time the target of a new viral project is not the whole star system, but one of the most talented actresses of Hollywood, Meryl Streep. The multi-awarded actress has inspired the creation of an Instagram account titled Taste of Streep.

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Fly Art Productions, flawless. Hip hop + Art, flawless.

We all know how vast the galaxy of internet is. It happens that this massive and infinite collection of random things could often hide some of the most brilliant ideas that the world has to offer. Sometimes the stupid viral video showing the latest and dumbest expedient discovered by mankind gets more visibility than a real and thoughtful project. Basically that is why I have created this blog/website/accumulator-of-stuff, showing people that today internet is more than what our Facebook timeline has to offer. I am completely aware that my “effort” is a drop in the ocean, but it is still a tiny-something.

Fly Art Productions

What I want to share today is one of my favourite project ever, which I have been following since its debut on Tumblr: it is called Fly Art Productions. It is original, hilarious and it combines two of my favourite interests, music and art – or better “hip hop lyrics on art”.

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Art for The-Artist: goodbye David Bowie

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The world is shattered by the passing of a legend, a man who embodied art in its purest essence for his whole life. Someone who was able to un-define how people should behave, act and just be. Right after the sad news, the worldwide creative community has started to pay homage to the eccentric David Bowie. Here are some of the best artworks shared on Instagram by all the Starman’s fans out there. The Thin White Duke once admitted “I believe that I often bring out the best in somebody’s talents”. Judging from these illustrations, it seems he was right.

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