Inspiration Monday is a collection of posts IMGers have found interesting. It may be cool artwork, an article that makes you think, a tool to help with work, or just a funny video to get your mind off of it for a while. Curated by Dave Taschler, our creative thinker who follows no thread. It’s just a weekly post of interesting pieces we’d like to share.
Today we look at some really nice street art and see how some of our favor candy got their names
Rob Kessler worked with cellular scientists in Portugal to capture photographs of the cellular structures that are embedded within Portuguese wildflowers. These cellular-level portraits were created using a staining technique on the individual plant sections to reveal the plant’s inner structure.
By dipping leaves and other plants in tattoo stencil ink, Rit Kit, is replicating nature on her clients in a whole new process.
Public Displays of Confection is a candy maker in Florida. They restored a Victorian era drop candy maker to make their Nectar Drops. Watch the video, you get to learn why they call them lemon drops, cough drops, etc.
Linda Perry was the vocalist from 4 Non Blondes and has her own record company. Sara Gilbert was on Roseanne as Darlene. Together they made music for kids and adults alike. Check out the Spotify playlist other website.
For The Wine Project photographer Marcos Alberti took pictures of his friends before drinking a glass of wine and then after one, two and three glasses. “The first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love and the third glass is about mayhem”
Check out these cool Soviet era Anti-Drinking posters
Here are some really nice street art and murals with fun twists.
And in a similar vein we’ll leave you with this shot of a work by DS, who had his work removed. He then replaced it with a paste-up of the removal guy.
Have a great week everyone!