Well, this is not a crushed coke can, it’s an incredibly photorealistic drawing by a 19-year-old Indian artist – Sushant Sushil Rane from Mumbai, India. He typically uses Copic markers and graphite pencils to create realistic 3D drawings, which look so real that you might mistake them for photos.
“Every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat,” but you surely can own a house for your adorable kitty. Ukraine-based artist Yuliya Kosata creates handmade felt fairy tale houses for cats. Felt is a textile which is produced by matting, condensing and pressing wool and other desired fibers together. It is recognized as one of the oldest known textiles used for making clothes, rugs, tents,...
Etsy, an e-commerce website for niche artisan goods, recently got an artistic renovation at their headquarter in New York. Being a huge supporter of handmade goods merchants, the company wanted their office interior to boast something creative and handcrafted like Rope Lace Artwork. So, they commissioned Slovenian architect and designer Manca Ahlin, who has beautifully given a new home to Slovenia’s famous lace tradition at...
Pottery or poetry by hands… Have you ever wondered where the diyas that light up your home during festivals, the kulhad (earthenware cup) in which your tea tastes the best, the earthen piggy bank in which you used to save pennies for candies come from? Well, it’s the Kumhar Gram (Prajapati Colony) in Uttam Nagar, Delhi where these useful earthen objects are made.
The Indian Railways is one of the busiest modes of transportation in the world carrying over 30 million passengers daily. But sadly most railway stations in India are chaotic, unhygienic and unorganized. To change that forever in Mumbai, ‘Hamara Station, Hamari Shaan’ initiative brought around 25,000 artists together to transform around 36 railway stations into colourful art galleries in a week.
India is a country known for its diversity. Every region has its own unique art form and culture. Indian handicrafts have a rich history that’s about 5,000 years old, from the time of Indus Valley Civilization. Moreover, the traditional handicrafts of India are one of the main sources of income for a majority of the population after agriculture.