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This Indian architect is making art accessible for the visually impaired Art / Inspirational / Painting

Most of us have been to an art museum or gallery, where we need to be quiet, respectful and above all, “Don’t touch the art!” But what if you’re visually impaired? Sure, someone can describe it to you, but it’s not the same experience as seeing it with your eyes. With an aim to change this scenario, 27-year-old Indian architect, Siddhant Shah, is making make...

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Micro-art: Detailed paintings on rice grains and tiny pieces of paper! Art / DIY / Painting

Sheila Mae Bernaldez is a member of an art organisation, GUHIT PINAS, in the Philippines. According to her, this organisation gave her an opportunity to explore her skills and capabilities. Now she is doing her individual DIY art projects on very little things like “rice grains.” Yes! She makes incredibly detailed micro-paintings on rice grains, as well as, very tiny pieces of paper. This makes...

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Wicked Broz: Graffiti artists aim to revive cult art and upcycling in India Art / Artists / Painting

In the past, graffiti was associated with public vandalism and disrespect. But today, graffiti artists are being recognized for their creative talent to add life to dull street walls. Nowadays, even some companies like advertising agencies commission graffitists to design art for public spaces or selling their products with an artistic viewpoint. With the aim to revive cult art and upcycling in India, a group...

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Artist uses soggy tea bags as canvases to paint intricate scenes Art / Painting

While most of us throw away used tea bags in the trash, artist Zaman Uz sees them as unique canvases to paint intricate scenes. The result is a beautiful series of paintings, entitled ‘Teabag Stories,’ which portray everyday scenes that we often neglect in our busy lives. All of these illustrations are made on soggy and old tea bags, which surprisingly make wonderful tiny canvases.


Stunning 3D portrait made by drilling over 20,000 screws into wood Art / Design / Painting

Half painting, half sculpture! The outstanding 3D portrait, titled Descent, is created by artist Bruce Mackley by drilling over 20, 000 everyday screws into a wooden board. To sculpt this industrial mosaic, he used decking and framing screws and further set them into painted pine board at varying depths. The result is a breathtaking 3D painting that looks realistic from a certain distance. Only when...

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Photographer recreates Gustav Klimt’s iconic paintings with real models Art / Painting / Photography

What if your favourite painting on the wall could come alive? Well, we’re not sure about all the paintings, but Gustav Klimt’s iconic paintings, which were created during his “Golden Phase” from 1899 through 1910, are brought into real life by photographer Inge Prader. The talented photographer has managed to recreate selected iconic works with the help of real models.


Food Art: Malaysian artist creates striking portraits on smoothie bowls Art / Offbeat / Painting

We were always taught not to play with our food, but after looking at the incredible food art by Malaysian food artist Hazel Zakariya you won’t mind experimenting with it a little. The imaginative food artist pops colours and creates striking portraits on her smoothie bowls. All of these smoothie bowls portray unconventional visuals that are likely to grab the attention of the viewers.


Inject Art: Filipino nurse creates beautiful paintings using a syringe Art / Painting

Have you ever thought of creating a painting using a syringe? Well, most of you may think this is not possible. But Kimberly Joy Magbanua, a 24-year-old registered nurse in a hospital in the Philippines, uses syringes to create unique artwork. Dubbed Inject Art, all her paintings are the result of immense dedication and hours of hard work.



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