Old Glory is an American flag created from over 20,000 Budweiser bottle caps by artist John T. Unger. Each cap is individually punched, crimped and then nailed to plywood to form the image. Measuring ten feet tall by sixteen feet wide, for a total of 160 square feet, Old Glory is Unger’s largest bottle cap artwork to date. Old Glory was on display in Indio, CA from April 24 to the 26th of 2015.
This is how a Turkish couple celebrated their wedding, serving food to 4,000 Syrian refugees. The wedding took place in the southern Turkish city of Kilis, located on the Syrian border. Bride Esra Polat, 20 and groom Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu, 24 decided to use the money their families had saved for a wedding party to help those in need. Working together with Turkish charity Kimse Yok Mu, they took their place behind the counter still dressed in their wedding dress and spent the day feeding 4,000 refugees.
Japanese Twitter user Shinrashinge created these little ashy art pieces mostly out of cigarette ash, sometimes mixed with a pinch of tobacco leaves from the cigarettes to give it a pop of color. Shinrashinge is a smoker and he knows smoking is extremely dangerous for health, he has written that he plans to quit. “I have kind of had enough of cigarettes.”