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    An artist alters the sky, football picks up speed pre-world cup and faith in humanity is restored Sky is the limit

    French artist Thomas Lamadieu, better known as Roots Art, takes photos of buildings and skylines with a special focus on skyward photographs. Then, he uses the sky in each photo as a canvas to transform the image. From fanciful characters and girls with curls to pirate ships and sultry women, he uses the natural blue of the sky to add illustrated twists to each photographs, creating art from art. The ongoing series, Sky Art, is on tlamadieu.wix.com On side Nike lives up to its name with its World Cup 2014 ad, Winner Stays,A� featuring amateur footballers who pick players they choose to be. The video includes Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Wayne Rooney, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gonzalo HiguaA�n, Eden Hazard, Gerard PiquA�, AndrA�s Iniesta and David Luiz. The Hulk, Kobe Bryant, Jon a�?Bonesa�? Jones, and Anderson Silva also make an appearance in the stand. Great to herald the footy fever! Risk everything, indeed. Faith restored A family supermarket sees some drama on the reality show What Would You Do, when actors pretend to be single mothers to see how the public reacts to them running out of funds. The hard-hitting video shows the women at the cashier. Most of the shoppers whole-heartedly pitch in and buy products while a few skeptics, with their own reasons albeit, try to chide the single mums. Watch to restore your faith in humanity.

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