Artists have an incredible ability to turn almost anything into a beautiful work of art. Lorenzo Manuel Durán from Cáceres, Spain is one such artist who keeps art natural by carving intriguing designs on fallen leaves. He uses a scalpel to precisely cut designs into leaves of all shapes and sizes. The resulting leaf art is intricately beautiful and delicate at the same time.
Indian artist duo, Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama, creates an intricate series of handcrafted paper cut portraits of some iconic personalities from cinema, history, as well as, mythology. Hailing from Ahmedabad, the largest city in the state of Gujarat, India, both these talented artists have been experimenting with paper cut art since last one year. The end results are absolutely pleasant and bear a close...
This seven-year-old girl is a heartwarming example of parenting skills done right. While most of us keep cribbing about various social issues in our houses or offices, Sanjana Bhosale, a standard 2 student from OES International School, Vasai, Mumbai, is showing us how to be selfless and spread some love. India’s youngest philanthropist sells her beautiful paintings to help raise funds to educate underprivileged kids.
Self-taught Brazilian artist Tullius Heuer combines his pencil art simulations with photo manipulations in Photoshop and the results are absolutely magical. Each digital painting is a work of his own realities with surrealistic touches, taking his artwork to whole new level.
Avocado lovers can now wear a part of their favourite fruit as a pendant, all thanks to Irish artist Jan Campbell. While most people throw away avocado pits without giving a second thought, this brilliant artist sees these pits as a unique canvas to carve tiny faces of forest spirits and other creatures. It’s absolutely amazing how she turns avocado pits into a beautiful series...
It’s not uncommon that artists spend hours, weeks or even days to create stunning paintings or portraits using paints/pencils or other mediums. But German artist J. Sophia Sanner uses a unique paper folding technique to create stunning human portraits. We wonder how much time and energy is required to create each portrait.