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Art

Every Day For The Last 2 Years, This Dad Drew On His First-Grader Son’s Lunch Bags

Bryan Dunn is a graphic designer, illustrator and loving father who regularly draws on his son’s brown lunch paper bags. The lucky kid recently finished first grade, which gave the dad a symbolic opportunity to revisit his amusing project and select his favorite illustrations from the past year.

Artist Melts Hundreds Of Glass Rods Together And Slices Them To Reveal Intricate Portraits Within

elf-taught Californian glass artist Loren Stump is particularly known for his mind-blowing glassworks called murine. These impressive artworks are made by melting rods of coloured glass together in particular patterns, forming something that eventually looks like a loaf of bread.

Slinkachu Continues Leaving His Little People On City Streets Around The World

You might be familiar with talented London-based artist Slinkachu's, as we wrote about his miniature street art a few years ago. We are happy to see that the artist hasn‘t give up on his “Little People“ and follows them around the world, capturing their little dramas, adventures and everyday lives on the streets of London,...

12 Mind-Bending Photo Manipulations by Martín De Pasquale

Buenos Aires-based art director and digital artist Martín De Pasquale is called by some the Photoshop wizard and not without a reason. He’s masterful digital photo manipulations blur the boundaries between dreams and reality, between things funny and scary.

Everyday Sayings Turned Into Clever Illustrations By Artist Nabhan Abdullatif

Nabhan Abdullatif, a professional Oman-based graphic designer and illustrator, comes up with brilliant ways to express our most common everyday phrases and slang with cute minimalistic illustrations.

30 Interactive Tattoos That Playfully Use The Human Body

It’s interesting how some tattoos inspire beautiful insights into the form of the human body and the potential it has to make tattoos come alive. This is exactly the sort of tattoo that we’ve decided to explore in this witty compilation of impressively interactive and cleverly incorporated contemporary tattoos. Have fun!

Artist Paints Fantastic Dragons Onto Agate Stones To Create Beautiful Necklaces

Multi-talented Russia-based artist Alvia Alcedo has been practicing the traditional fantasy style with her beautiful hand-painted agate necklaces and pendants. Alcedo uses oil paint to create miniature fantasy paintings of fantastic dragons on small agate stones (no bigger than 5.5 cm).

Artist Creates Stunning Freehand Tattoos On The Spot Without Any Sketches

The decision to get a new tattoo can be tough, but it’s nothing in comparison to those daredevils out there who agree to get impromptu tattoos that weren't even sketched beforehand. The brilliant Jay Freestyle is one tattoo artist who feels confident enough with his artistic talent to work exclusively with clients who want their...

Beautifully Realistic Skulls Carved Into Mother Of Pearl Shells

New Jersey-based Fillipino artist Gregory Halili certainly knows how to be original and create something unexpected, as he demonstrates by carving skulls into mother-of pearl shells. Highly influenced by the vegetation and wildlife he grew up with in the Philippines, Halili hand-carves these dainty yet unsettling bas-reliefs in gold-lip and black-lip mother-of-pearls shells found in...

Russian Artist Adds Her Fat Cat Zarathustra To Iconic Paintings

A few years ago, Russian artist Svetlana Petrova started re-creating the most iconic paintings in art history by adding her beloved fat ginger cat Zarathustra to them. The clever improvements on the classic masterpieces in the “Fat Cat Art” project became extremely popular two years ago among cat lovers, and now the series will be...

Artist Builds A Giant Root System That You Can Explore From The Inside

Brazilian installation artist Henrique Oliveira has recently presented his newest work – a giant system of wooden tunnels that wind throughout a large room at the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade in São Paulo, Brazil. The elaborate tunnels were build using a colossal metal carcass and inexpensive, repurposed pieces of wood found at construction...

Mother Sews Teddy Bears From Fallen Soldiers’ Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

After losing her son Matthew Freeman to the war in Afghanistan, Lisa Freeman started creating teddy bears out of the uniforms of fallen soldiers to help other families cope with their tragedies. The proud mother founded the Matthew Bears, named after her departed son, and has been sewing the free-of-charge teddy bears for the families...