Art has no limitations, one can turn almost everything into a work of art with their imagination and creativity. Not just canvases or paper sheets, creative artists can even turn old and unused objects into art pieces. My Dog Sighs is one talented street artist from England who also uses found objects like old cans and other metal objects to make life-like paintings.
Art is a powerful medium to inspire people, as well as to convey social messages. Recently, Manali-based NGO Healing Himalayas took the initiative to clean and repaint the walls of a dull bus stop shelter in BCS, Shimla. As part of the initiative, the team brought volunteers and various artists together to raise awareness about environmental conditions through art.
Poland-based artist Anna Kucharska loves woodlands and almost everything about it. For her, forest is the greatest inspiration, and she also considers nature as her home and healer. Combining her love for wilderness and passion for painting, she creates whimsical starry scenes on wood pieces found on her forest wanderings.
Pet art is a wonderful and artistic way to make humans feel closer to their furry friends. These artistic creations make a meaningful personal gift for your loved ones or simply to treat yourself. Romanian artist Camelia Rolea is one creative person who creates handmade 3D sculptures of pets on mugs, which make a little keepsake art piece for your shelf.
While we all agree that a vocalist (frontman or frontwoman) of a band contributes massively to their identity and overall persona, there are certain musicians that prove they don’t need a vocalist to rock. Sutej Singh, Solan-based guitarist and composer, is one such musician who lets his music do the talking. You’ll know it once you hear his high-sounding first single “Oceans Apart” from the...
Creating something practical out of trash is nothing new nowadays. But different artists have their distinct ways of embellishing discarded objects, making them both aesthetic and functional at the same time. French artist, Stephanie Kilgast, turns waste objects like tin cans, old cameras, and jam jars into vibrant amalgamations of coral-like sculptures.