Sally Nixon, an illustrator from Little Rock, has created a series of images called “365." The series reveals the secret lives of women when they're totally alone, when they're not self-conscious or being watched. We know we're guilty of all of these - how many of them have you done?
Even if you’ve never considered yourself a big fan of modern art, you might be surprised at the vast array of different art forms our era actually has to offer. Contrary to stereotype, there are actually a lot of cool art forms out there that don’t belong to the whole “paint stroke across a canvas” school-of-thinking and some of them are really cool. For instance, here we’ve collected a group of optical illusion paintings and chalk drawings to form a collection of mind-blowing 3D street art you won’t believe isn’t real. Paint splotches on canvases aside, one of the truly interesting things the art of the past few decades has brought about is the transformation of graffiti from stereotypical vandalism to the inclusion of truly mind-blowing pieces of art. Now we’re not saying that scrawling
Vandalism is wrong. We certainly can't condone it—broken windows, gang graffiti, or trashing property that isn't yours is costly and a nuisance for those who are left to clean it up. However, vandalism doesn't always have to be bad, and that's exactly what these photos are out to prove. The instances of vandalism on this list are technically illegal, but what's done is done, and there's nothing left for us to do except for sit back and enjoy it with a good laugh. Some of the vandals' work on this list is so good or creative that it's become an iconic piece of street art in their communities. Spray painted tags are boring, but adding a bumper sticker to, say, a STOP sign can be a fun way to liven up the neighborhood. (Don't do that; it's so obnoxious / hilarious.) This gallery includes pi