London– Forget about the Brexit controversy for a while. Located at the rooftop of a building at London’s Shoreditch area, the gigantic breast air sculpture amazed pedestrian passed by. The Mother London agency initiated this project with the cause explained in its campaign blog:
It’s hard to believe that in 2017 UK mothers still feel watched and judged when feeding in public, by bottle or breast.
This was our Mother’s Day project. A celebration of every woman’s right to decide how and where they feed their children without feeling guilty or embarrassed about their parenting choices.
Images Courtesy to Mother London
Reykjavík- Nike’s Swoosh and Adidas’s Three Stripe is famous and easily to be recognized. James Merry, self-taught embroidery artist who commissioned by Victoria and Albert Museum and has been collaborating with Björk since 2009, present the embroidered version on these 18 pieces of hand embroidered vintage sportswear with the beautiful flower decorations- instyle.
Images Courtesy James Merry
Helsinki- To celebrates 100 years of Finland’s independence. Suvi Sievila, Finnish photographer, embrace her homeland during the winter season portraying dramatic nature and landscape via the photographic series “The Maiden of Finland.” With 170 milk cartons, 170 liters of water and some snow, Sievila dressed her model with ice which is truly amazing.