Based in Germany, the art of duo Zebrating take to the streets and paint on the side of railings, fence supports and sometimes even stairs to create works that can only be viewed at the correct perspective. Plenty more of their artwork HERE.
Boom! Right off the bat, the Japanese have shown us being rude isn’t to be tolerated. I have a feeling a lot of you all haven’t been splashed by a passerby while you wait for the bus or ride your bike to work, but I have. Puddles are nasty. Filled with toxins, run-off and God-knows-what. The thing about being a drive-by splash victim is that the drenching isn’t the worst part of the day.
First off it is a crappy day outside. The rain is pelting, the wind is like daggers, the air dry and cracks the skin. The bus is late and you see this jacked-up F150 barreling down the road, right behind it is your bus. You step up to the edge of the curb, ready to escape winter’s grasp. In the last second the asshole in the truck veers over to slosh the grossest wave of brackish liquid soaking your clothing.
It happens to a lot of us public commuters. Although there are a lot of other crazy laws in this world surrounding the world of automobiles, I can’t agree more with the anti-splash law in Japan. It’s a huge health hazard and every driver should be on the look out for puddles. I avoid them at all costs if I’m driving by a bus stop. Perpetrators should be prosecuted, and ticketed.
Meet Marika Matesovich from St. Petersburg, Russia. Marika has undergone a remarkable body transformation over the past few years, going from being a tad overweight to becoming a fitness model and personal trainer.