lily of the valley art


HERE’S Ladybug’s half of this and the first (and unintentional originally) part of the super secret (kind of not really) diptych message!

Chat’s version of the flower frame! His flowers also have meaning (and dear god he ended up with a way more flamboyant and pink arrangement… I’m okay with this).

Chat’s Flowers and Their Meanings:
Pink rose bud: new love
Water Lily: purity of heart
Lily of the Valley: return of happiness
Ranunculus: You are radiant
Peach Blossoms: Your qualities, like your charms, are unequalled.

HERE’S the flubbed original shot at Chat Noir. I like this new one waaay better.


National-oriented street art by Guido van Helten in Kiev

Beauty in embroidery, a spectacular 40-meter mural by an Australian street artist Guido van Helten, has been unveiled in Kiev today, October 30.

The artist spent several days working on this mega-long building to create a photorealistic portrait of a young Slavic woman in a traditional Eastern European outfit.

“It’s about the vyshyvanka (traditional Ukrainian dress) and it is like the cultural identity of Ukraine. I just wanted to celebrate that as a positive symbol of unity”, said Guido van Helten.

It’s not the first work of Guido on the streets of Kiev. Earlier this year he created another street art masterpiece - "Lily Of The Valley”. The concept is based on the poem by Lesya Ukrainka, one of Ukraine’s best-known poets and writers and the foremost woman writer in Ukrainian literature.