Art / Artists / Painting
For some artists, coffee is more than a beverage – it’s their medium for creating art. Named @crade.one on social media, this creative artist is a coffee addict and also likes to use coffee as a painting medium to create portraits of different musicians. She started coffee painting about two years ago and her artworks are totally worth your attention.
Art / DIY / Handicraft
Since the existence of human civilisation, the ability to handcraft sculptures and art pieces has remained with us. One of the ancient forms of craft is doll making. Skilled in this art form, Vijitha Retheesh, a native of Palluruthy in Kochi, creates pretty dolls by recycling paper. Not just one or two, but she has a full army of neatly packed paper dolls that appears...
Art / Painting
People express their views on various social issues in our society through wirtings, speeches or art. Street artist Igor Dobrowolski is among those who rely on art to express his thoughts. Using stunning hyper-realistic paintings, this young artist (who started painting just four years ago) highlights various social problems in an artistic way.
Art / DIY / Offbeat
From heavy machinery to other unused small items, there are many forgotten goods in a dump yard that seems ugly to many but to an artists eye it is a chest full of treasures – as only an “edgymind” knows how to turn “trash to art”. Using various waste metal objects, North Carolina-based artist, Melissa Bennett, creates stunning art pieces that are worth your attention.
Art / Handicraft
Do you know the art of paper cutting dates back to the second century AD? That time paper was invented in Eastern Han Dynasty in China and many artists started using it to make creative crafts. Aside from Chinese people, this form of art was popular in many civilizations such as Jewish, Japanese, Filipino, and more.
Art / Painting
Whether you’re a pet owner or not, you’re going to like these stunning realistic pet portraits by Ukrainian artist Yana Khachikyan. People express their love for animals in many different ways, and for Khachikyan, stone painting is her favourite way of showing how much she loves these furry creatures.
Art / Design / Handicraft
Indian design studio NVillustration, started by talented duo Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama, is well-known for their detailed cut-paper illustrations. Lately, the artist duo is working on another series of paper art featuring detailed cut paper and watercolour miniature bird illustrations for a 365 days challenge for the entire 2018.
Art / Design / Offbeat
Bones are usually associated with death and the macabre. Maybe that’s why some people don’t prefer dead remains of a body near their houses, forget bringing them inside. But Pierpaolo Catini, an Italian artist based in New York City, sees bones as art objects to create unique Sculpaintings, which will make you forget about its connection with lifelessness and decay.
Art / Artists / Offbeat / Painting
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Los Angeles-based surrealist Alexandra Dillon literally lives up to this phrase as she gives a second life to the objects thrown away by other people. The way she turns scrap into art is truly commendable and something that we’ve not seen before.
Art / Artists / Design / Offbeat
Nature has been inspiring people in different ways since the existence of mankind. We have seen many nature-inspired artworks by various artists around the globe. But James Brunt from Yorkshire, England spends hours playing with all natural objects to create detailed cairns, mandalas and other artistic patterns.