Works of a failed painter

These drawings and watercolors are a sample of the works of the author who, twice, tried to enter the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

If it had been approved, most likely the History of Humanity would have been written differently.

The author of these works is:

Adolf Hitler.

A picture taken on Feb. 8, 2019 shows the signature “AHitler” on a watercolor entitled “Im Wald” (In the forest) displayed at the Weidler auction house in the southern city of Nuremberg.

Hitler was turned down at the Austrian Academy of Fine Arts because he was only good at portraying buildings and landscapes. When it came to drawing or painting people, he lacked talent.

He said that the School of Arts was manipulated by the Jews. There are researchers who agree that this episode originated all their gigantic hatred for them.

Loving Vincent

I loved every second of this movie 🎦

I’m a Van Gogh fan, but this movie it’s so beautiful, it’s art 🎨, it’s like going to a museum and watch Vincent masterpieces come to life! 😍

Do yourself a favor and watch this! 📽

“I want to touch people with my heart. I want them to say: he feels deeply, he feels tenderly.” – Vincent Van Gogh

When ladders are Art Works

Abandoning the flat-panel buildings, some street performers take to the stairs, turning them into magnificent works of urban art.Whether it is paintings, plants, tiles or wallpaper – the ultimate goal is beauty, shared and appreciated by all. This phenomenon is not localized and is happening in many places. These are 20 of the most impressive stairs in the world:

    Ottawa, Canada.

Philadelphia, USA.

Morlaix, France.

Targu Mures, Romania.

Rio de Janeiro Brazil.

Sicily, Italy.

Valparaiso, Chile.

Liege, Belgium.

Berlin, Germany.

Tokyo, Japan.

London, England.

Seoul, South Korea.

San Francisco, USA.

San Francisco, USA.

Auckland, New Zealand.

Tehran, Iran.

Poznan, Poland.

Sicily, Italy.

Heidelberg, Germany.

Seoul, South Korea.