Mona Lisa (or The Mona Lisa) is without a doubt the most famous painting in the world. Directed in the 16th century by Leonard De Vinci, this portrait still fascinates today with more than 20,000 visitors who come to admire and photograph it every day at the Louvre Museum. And fans of Mona Lisa are not lacking in originality to pay homage to their favorite work.
Virtual reality, new eldorado for Facebook? It's a fact: Mark Zuckerberg believes a lot in this technology. He also said that he wanted to make it accessible to all in 5 to 10 years. Since the purchase of Oculus in March 2014 (to which we owe the Oculus Rift, one of the most famous VR headsets on the market), Facebook seems to have made virtual reality one of its factors. development for the years to come.
No more valid excuses to play hard and disturb the baker opposite! Here, this group of young German musicians has had a very original idea about street artists: it's about playing in public ... but without anyone being able to hear them from a distance! But a silent concert, how does it work?
If you hang out on Instagram, then you may know Marnie, one of Instagram's most popular dogs. If Marnie is so well known, it is on the one hand for her atypical physique (she has a disability that forces her to keep her head bowed). Abandoned in the street, she was saved by the SPA before being adopted by a New Yorker who made the new darling of the web.
At Creapills, we love to share the animated films for which we have a crush and we continue today with this visual gem made by 6 French students of the School MoPA, called "Garden Party". Halfway between animal documentary and film, this animated short film lasts 7 minutes and presents the story of frogs and toads that take possession of a luxurious villa ... but mostly abandoned.
In the United States, Aaron Zenz is a creative who has launched an astonishing mission: to collect 1000 pebbles in one year. He then came up with the idea of painting them using 7 different basic colors, each of which represents one of his family members. Aaron Zenz invited his family members to paint faces of monsters on these pebbles.