I found this post while just going through twitter, and it really resonated with me, as it could just naturally disrupt someone’s walk through the neighborhood. Painted simply on the sidewalk, it brings to light the tragedy and violent crime that occurred in that space that one could be walking
In recent years, a type of face changing technology called deepfake triggers huge controversy on the internet. It gained the highest attention when a video of Obama calling out President Trump caused an uproar, which in fact was actor director comedian Jordan Peele using deepfake to make his performance looks
There was a social movement that went viral in October, 2018. The movement is called Polished Man and in this movement men were wearing nail polish in one of their nails with the purpose of preventing kids that are physically or sexually abused and increase awareness that this problem exist.
In 1911, Thomas Edison held a practical monopoly on the technology needed to make movies. He was rampant about keeping the patents to himself and exploiting them to the best of his ability. So filmmakers said “Screw that noise” and headed to California, founding Hollywood and creating their own world.
Perfect crimes are kept as secrets. PostSecret is a art project/social experiment that invites people from all over the globe to share their secrets anonymously by mailing in a postcard. These postcards are often decorated with hand-drawn art or collage from magazine cutouts that matches the theme of the secret.
There is no argument or doubt towards the fact that paintings from the renaissance time period are incredibly popular and are still studied by students, art critics, and simple citizens even though they are intensely graphic. People travel from all over to visit old art relics such as Michelangelo’s The
Recently, the Facebook company has been in hot water with many users since news broke last month that Cambridge Analytica, a London-based data analytics group that worked for the 2016 Trump campaign, was able to obtain information about tens of millions of users. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, largely silent to the
There are consequences and an impact of taking a picture of a gun and then placing it on Tweeter or Facebook. At least for Brendan O’Connor in his article named “Here’s What Happens When You Post a Gun on Social Media and You’re Not Jeb” one can see he points