Low Literacy Rates In Somalia Means People Have To See What They Buy So Storefronts Have Amazing Murals (15 Pics)

Walk down the streets of any major city in Somalia and you will find vibrant hand-painted storefronts. Popping with eye-catching colors, the depictions shout out the contents of the interior. Grocery store walls are covered in a hodgepodge of food and beverages that fill the entirety of the space, while a dentist’s office is outfitted with murals of open mouths in various shapes to display a set of pristine white teeth. Artists across Somalia make a living by creating vibrant hand-painted storefronts for local businesses Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Feisal Omar Feisal Omar Feisal Omar Sidow’s artwork earns him enough to feed his wife, three kids, and even help his father who is a …

30 Of The Most Powerful Press Photos Of The Year Just Announced

2019 World Press Photo of the Year Contest can only have winners of the very highest caliber. These hard-hitting images, taken by professional photo-journalists from all over the world, tell us the stories that matter, getting to the heart of the issues facing our world and opening our eyes to the often harsh reality. John Moore, who described the experience in anAs Sandra and Yanela were being processed and searched, officers asked the mother to set the child aside. “At that moment, the young child broke into tears, and she started wailing,” Moore said. “I took a knee and had very few frames of that moment before it was over.” As the immigration debate intensified, the image of the tearful …

Artist Recreates Classical Paintings Using Pop Culture Characters (13 Pics)

Lothlenan began his series while doing a study of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Andrews’ by Thomas Gainsborough in his free time as a way to strengthen his painting skills. Perhaps out of the need to exhilarate his studying experience, Lothlenan decided to ‘spice things up’ a little bit by portraying the Earl of Lemongrab from ‘Adventure Time’ as Mr. Andrews – the original protagonist of Gainsborough’s painting. #2 Le Printemps (Pierre Auguste Cot) As Princess Bubblegum And Marceline Le Printemps (or Springtime) is an oil-on-canvas painting from mid-19th century done by French Classicist artist Pierre Auguste Cot. It depicts a flirtatious duo enjoying their time together on a swing. Inspired by Neoclassicism and Romanticism, Cot was famous for creating lushly sensual …

This Guy From Switzerland Left A Prestigious Job, Sold All His Things And Moved To Africa To Rescue Mutilated Animals

By now we have read many stories about people who decide to give up everything – their comfort, luxurious flat, a well-paid office job and other perks of having a comfortable life – in order to escape the ordinary, travel around the world and live a ‘real’ life. Let’s admit that we envy those people for their courage, we think that they are lucky because they had the right circumstances or simply had enough money to do that. Who would argue against endless holidays, the feeling of adventure, new experiences and traveling the whole world? 26-year-old Swiss man Dean Schneider proves that you don’t need the right circumstances or a lot of money to live your dream. The only thing …