Artist Henrique Oliveira Uses Tapumes To Create Masterpieces

June 21, 2014

Henrique Oliveira’s artwork is unparalleled. Whether observing his colorful paintings or walking through a larger-than-life installation, viewers are enthralled by both the immensity and the unique appearance of his paintings, sculptures and art installations. Though the Brazilian artist lives and works in São Paulo, his work has crossed oceans, being displayed and installed in museums and galleries worldwide.

Urban Tapumes Installations

Source: Total Echo

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2014 World Cup Controversy: Fails, Scandals and Mishaps

June 21, 2014
USA Best Ghana World Cup 2014

Source: Parade

The world is buzzing with news of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. And while underdog victories and startling wins fill most of the headlines, there have also been a number of fails, scandals and controversy gracing the news. Of course, World Cup controversy is nothing new. In fact, over the decades, a number of World Cup mishaps have gained attention in the press, including suspect injuries, cheating and really, really terrible calls. Here are the top World Cup controversies from 2014. So far, at least.

Spain Loses World Cup Controversy

Source: ABC News

Nude Pictures of the Croatian Team Hit The Web

World Cup Controversy Nude Photos

Source: FanSided

Players from Croatia’s soccer team have refused to speak to the media after a some rather brazen photos of some of the players circulated. The photos in question were taken while Croatian players relaxed by the team’s pool in their birthday suits after a game.

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Cape Town, As Seen From Above

June 20, 2014

Cape Town South Africa

Beginning as a supply station and steadily transitioning into South Africa’s legislative capital and second most populous city, Cape Town is a city that simultaneously embraces and struggles with change. The coastal metropolis is a popular destination for expatriates and immigrants (it’s one of the most multicultural cities in the world), and yet it still faces challenges with its legacy of segregation.