At Creapills, we are particularly fond of street art, especially when playing with street furniture. In Norway, the artist Skurk has created a rather frightening and impressive street art representing monkfish, a fish known for its repulsive physical appearance. The work is amplified thanks to the urban lighting that is used here to make the fish even more frightening at night.
It is thanks to Hannes Coudenys (but also thanks to the architects, let us not forget them) that Belgium has been gaining a sudden renown in original constructions. In 2012, Hannes decided to start documenting all the peculiarities of Belgian architecture with its project, named Ugly Belgian Houses (literally "Ugly Houses of Belgium").
And if in the near future, robots could replace us even in our most creative tasks. It sounds totally crazy and it's cold in the back, but it's a very serious project that Shun Matsuzaka has been working on since 2015, a glider at McCann Millennials in Japan.
What if the Ninja Turtles looked like the artists who gave them their name? In Brooklyn, the artist Owen Dippie had a surprising idea that will please the most nostalgic of you: create a street art that combines the great artists of our world and Ninja Turtles. Michelangelo, Donatello, Rafael and Leonardo (Da Vinci) gave their name to the famous creatures of the cartoon.
The Danish company AIAIAI specializes in helmets and headphones. Recently, she imagined a game that is played with the sound of your voice and it amused us. But beware it's not just any game: it's Pac-Man! The advantage is that we know all the rules: move your character in 4 directions to capture the most items and avoid the bad guys.
What if gadgets and other superhero powers were available to us? We have all dreamed of getting one of Batman's inventions or having incredible abilities out of the ordinary. And why not, imagine that it is possible to swing between buildings, like Spider-Man. Exactly, even if we are not there yet, we are getting closer today, thanks to the invention of HeroTech.