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Wednesday, 24 September 2014

150 Street Artists Covered an Old Tunisian Village in Beautiful Murals

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For the past two months, 150 artists from 30 nations have been busy in the village of Erriadh, one of the oldest in Tunisia. They have been covering its buildings, gates, windows — almost any flat surface — in murals, in hopes of enticing tourists and infusing the area with new life.
Their graffiti is part of a street art project called Djerbahood, an open-air museum curated by the artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh and Galerie Itinerrance.
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    A Tunisian woman walks past a mural by Spanish artist Btoy as part of the street art project 'Djerbahood' in the village of Erriadh on the island of Djerba.
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    A mural by German artist Dome.
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    Tunisian women sit next to a mural by Portuguese artist Pantonio as part of 'Djerbahood.'
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    A mural by Belgian artist ROA.
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    A mural by British artist Phlegm peeks in a window in the village of Erriadh.
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    A mural by Polish artist M-city.
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    A mural by US artist Swoon is part of 'Djerbahood.' Swoon studied at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and started doing street art in 1999 and large-scale installations in 2005.
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    Saudi Arabian artist Deyaa One (C) sit in front of the wall he is decorating as part of the street art project 'Djerbahood.'
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    Murals by Brazilian artist Tinho (L) and Portuguese artist Pantonio (C) are part ofDjerbahood' in the village of Erriadh.
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    Murals by US artist Know Hope (L) and Italian artist Orticanoodles (R) decorate a gate as part of the project 'Djerbahood.'
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    A mechanic stands next to a mural by Spanish artist Malakkai as part of the street art project 'Djerbahood'. The project was initiated by Tunisian-French artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh and aims at enlivening the village and attracting tourists.
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    A mural by Mexican artist Saner is part of the exhibit in the village of Erriadh.
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    A Tunisian woman and her daughter walk past a mural by Spanish artist Btoy.
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    A Tunisian man walks with his children past a mural by Mexican artist Saner as part of the street art project.
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    A mural by Japanese artist Twoone basks in afternoon sunlight in 'Djerbahood.'
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    Tunisian women enter a door near a mural by French artist Dan23 as part of the street art project 'Djerbahood.'
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Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Saturday, 30 August 2014

25 Unsettling Face Swaps That Will Make You Want to Die Inside

If your worst fears involve a giant baby, look no further.
While most people scour Reddit and Imgur for face swaps to get a good laugh, there are a few very special creations that just make you want to crawl into a dark place and never come out.
You have been warned. Just remember to hug your loved ones before you crawl into the abyss.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Saturday, 30 August 2014

Thursday, 26 June 2014

The 10 Types of World Cup Fans Everyone Knows

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World Cup fever is sweeping the globe, which of course means that otherwise sane people are now raging lunatics.
Whether you're a soccer fan or not, there's no way you could miss the crazed fans taking over your local bars, restaurants and living rooms.
Because we here at Mashable understand the human condition on such a deep level, we've been able to condense the millions of World Cup fans into their ten most common forms.
Check out our findings below.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Thursday, 26 June 2014

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