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Submarine Emerges From Beneath a Street in Milan

The people of Milan awoke to find something a little strange yesterday morning.

Just off of Via dei Mercanti, near the heart of the old city, a submarine had apparently pushed its way through the paving stones and damaged a nearby car.

The road's shattered surface lay piled up around, with baffled firefighters looking on. Meanwhile, sailors clambered down from the lost submarine's tower to meet emergency crews at the scene.

In case you haven't guessed already, it was, of course, an ambitious publicity stunt.

Workers for Europ Assistance IT, an insurance group based in Italy, had come to the street early in the morning to construct the fake submarine. The installation was erected to promote the firm's 'Protect Your Life' campaign. dailymail.co.uk







DALeast:Breathtaking work of art on walls and buildings

These huge paintings are the work of a secretive graffiti artist who travels the world tagging walls, often painting his quirky pieces in a hurry to avoid arrest.

Chinese-born DALeast lives in South Africa but spends six months of the year travelling and has tagged walls on nearly every continent.

His unusual paintings, which are sometimes hundreds of feet across, can look 3D and as if they are created out of thousands of tiny metal shards, but in fact they have been spray-painted onto a flat surface.

DALeast's works can be seen in Cape Town, Miami, New York and London's Brick Lane, as well as his native China. 
The 29-year-old, who keeps his real name a secret, has been making art since he was three.

He said: 'I worked on everything when I was in China - painting, sculpture, installations, synchronising performance, and digital art, but I only started painting in public spaces in 2004.'

DALeast, who now lives with his wife, also an artist, in Cape Town, said he creates his pieces 'Spiritually, in the mind' before embarking on his painting trips. Much of his work portrays wild animals hunting prey, often showing them in motion.

The nature of the artist's work has landed him in trouble before, most notably just before the 2008 Beijing Olympics when police raided a house he was staying in and arrested him and his graffiti crew.





SOURCE  dailymail


Illustration By Sanna Annukka

Sanna Annukka is a half Finnish/half English illustrator and printmaker working in London for the agency Big Active. She graduated with BA hons in Illustration from the University of Brighton in July of 2005. Her work is inspired by her time spent in Finland as a child and the reknown Kalevala Finnish collection of folklore songs. Though only a small portion of her work is typographic in nature, her illustration and design sensibilities make for noteworthy typographic creations.


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