For succulent lovers who can’t get enough of these adorable plants, Indonesia-based food artist Ivenoven makes deliciously deceptive succulent cakes. Anyone can mistake them as being real, but these lush plants are actually made from butter. No, you can’t really decorate your house with these faux plant confections, but you can surely eat them to satisfy your sweet tooth.
We often see our favorite celebrities in different looks, but have you ever imagined them as cartoon characters? Russian illustrator, Lera Kiryakova, brilliantly turns celebs into adorable hand-drawn cartoon characters. These appealing cartoons of celebrities are made of their original photographs.
Surrounding majestic cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas, Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh attracts many tourists from across the globe. The clean and garbage-free mountainous ranges are absolutely breathtaking and considered one of India’s cleanest tourist destinations. But you’ll be surprised that some of the major tourist spots here were heaped with garbage a few years ago, until the Waste Warriors (the NGO with...
With growing level of environmental awareness, it’s good to know that people are finding ways to preserve nature and reduce waste. Last month, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) unveiled a one-of-a-kind nature park, dubbed Prakriti Metro Park, which features creative art installations made from waste materials, including iron scrap, discarded sheets, broken pipes, and tiles.
Rendering reality like you’ve never seen before, Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley creates unbelievably realistic pencil portraits that you may mistake for real photographs. Although many artists create hyper-realistic portraits using oil paints or other mediums, this talented artist has used only monochrome pencils to make each sketch that appears to be the exact replica of photographic images.
Nothing beats the spectacular view of the full moon surrounded by twinkling stars on a clear night. But what about the bad weather or cloudy days? Why not bring the moon right into your room and enjoy full moon every night? No kidding! Italian artist and astrophysicist Maria Elena has created handmade lunar night lights that resemble the moon.