Nothing looks more retro like cross-stitch embroidery. Well, maybe a typewriter machine or a rotary dial telephone. But even they could look ”more” retro by adding the cross-stitch embroidery. Swedish artistUlla-Stina Wikanderbrings back obsolete items as works of art using cross-stitched embroideries that she has collected for over a decade. Some of the small objects...
Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar is famous for her beautiful botanical constructions (previous here), but the latest one has us all gasping in amazement. It's called the "Underwater Ballet" and it's a spectacle of flowers and air bubbles, dancing to a choreography
We have seen our share of hyper-realistic works around here, but nothing quite like these. They are the work of Georgian artist Irakli Nadar, and are in fact digital paintings. Yepp, no need to go around buying fancy brushes and paints, all you need you have it
Art and creativity will always find a way. Be it through canvas, paper, clay, music notes, or even on social media. Independent French bookstore Librairie Mollatcreated an awesome photo series on their Instagram account, where they’re books match the
Cayce Zavaglia is a painter. Aside from the usual gouaches and acrylic paints, she creates these amazing portraits by sewing with cotton and silk thread or crewel embroidery wool. She developed her own technique where she uses these materials to create
Some say they’re creepy, eerie, macabre. I say they’re creative, delicate, and sweet. Using a crochet, string, and glue, South Philadelphia based artistCaitlin McCormackcreates these amazing tiny sculptures representing animal remains and body
Next time you’re inMarijampol, Lithuania, be sure to check out this amazing house. Painted byLithuanian American artist Ray Bartkus, the house reflects in the water revealing this amazing painting. Not heading to Lithuania? Well then, just enjoy the