Photographer Gustav Willeit recently traveled to Togo with the Costa Foundation, a charity started in 2007 to protect and improve children's right in developing countries. Their current work in Togo focuses on collecting funds for blood-bags needed for transfusions in cases of advanced malaria. The foundation's ties to the small African nation date back to 2011, when they received an email from Sister Patrizia, a woman who has committed her life to helping people in need.
Many people love the idea of a tattoo but don’t want a statement-making piece of body art.
As cake art grows increasingly creative and complex, the possibilities for wedding confections are seemingly endless.
In Van Gogh Never, an imaginative ongoing series of paintings, New York-based artist Aja Kusick creatively combines pop culture with Post-Impressionism. By inserting well-known characters and scenes into Vincent van Gogh's iconic The Starry Night (1889), Kusick invites viewers to see the masterpiece in a playful new light. The series—which Kusick also refers to as Starry Night Pop Culture—features a range of pop culture staples.
The collision of art history and pop culture comes alive in the digital collage of Shusaku Takaoka.