Pop-Culture Inspired Pies That are too Beautiful to Eat

Nowadays, it is almost a crime not to take pictures of food before it gets eaten. And for chefs or people who prepare food, they...

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Nowadays, it is almost a crime not to take pictures of food before it gets eaten. And for chefs or people who prepare food, they always make sure that what’s on the plate looks pretty enough for a photograph. For Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin – a confectionery artist – this seems to be the norm. Well,...

Banksy Drops New ‘Defeated’ Wall Section Miniature Souvenirs

Banksy just released a new series of Wall Section souvenirs available only in-store at the elusive artist’s The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlem.  The series of works, which are...

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Banksy just released a new series of Wall Section souvenirs available only in-store at the elusive artist’s The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlem.  The series of works, which are each hand painted by local artists, depict the West Bank barrier in a crumbling state. Titled Defeated, the three new art mementos are made of slices of concrete excavated from the controversial...

Portraits Made with a Single Sewing Thread Wrapped | Kumi Yamashita

Kumi Yamashita is a Japanese born, New York based artist who is known most prominently for her innovative light and shadow sculptures. Many of her works see the...

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Kumi Yamashita is a Japanese born, New York based artist who is known most prominently for her innovative light and shadow sculptures. Many of her works see the artist sculpt using light and shadow – constructing single or multiple objects and placing them in relation to a single light source. The complete artwork is therefore comprised of both the...

Artist Gives Life into Rocks By Painting Adorable and Realistic Animals

Akie Nakata or simply known as “Akie” is a Japanese artist, who is unlike any other artists in the world. She uses stones and turns them into...

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Akie Nakata or simply known as “Akie” is a Japanese artist, who is unlike any other artists in the world. She uses stones and turns them into paintings that feature adorable animals. Interestingly, her works are something that you can hold in the palm of your hand. She is definitely a unique one. From bulldogs to pythons,...

Lost Wonders: The Sea Serpent of Nantucket

It was a hot day of summer 1937, strange things started to happen on the beach of Nantucket. First, ominously large footprints were found in the...

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It was a hot day of summer 1937, strange things started to happen on the beach of Nantucket. First, ominously large footprints were found in the sand, as if they were left by some unseen lumbering beast. The photographs of people measuring the footprints were printed in the local newspapers and curiosity spread through the town...

Whimsical & Mythical Cut Paper Collages | Morgana Wallace

Morgana Wallace is a Canadian artist that creates colorful three-dimensional illustrations using layers of cut paper with additional details added in watercolor and gouache. These paper collages...

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Morgana Wallace is a Canadian artist that creates colorful three-dimensional illustrations using layers of cut paper with additional details added in watercolor and gouache. These paper collages depict whimsical, story-book images that features a multitude of intricate layers and three-dimensional textures. The images range from mythical characters to conceptual animals like two-headed wolves and colorfully winged creatures. Each...

Chinese Traditional Dongyang Wood Carving | The Dying Art

The folk handicraft, Dongyang woodcarving 東陽木雕, is considered one of the major schools of woodcarving in China and was first developed during the Tang Dynasty. Named after...

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The folk handicraft, Dongyang woodcarving 東陽木雕, is considered one of the major schools of woodcarving in China and was first developed during the Tang Dynasty. Named after its place of origin, Dongyang in Zhejiang Province, It is characterized by exquisite high relief carving and delicate design. The craft is still practiced in a few workshops in the...

Hand-Carved Wooden Bowls Inspired by artist’s Kenyan Roots

Gordon Pembridge was born in Kenya and spent his first ten years there. As a young boy being lucky enough to experience the wilds of Africa,...

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Gordon Pembridge was born in Kenya and spent his first ten years there. As a young boy being lucky enough to experience the wilds of Africa, along with many an adventure in the bush, Gordon has developed a passion for natural history. Hand Carved Wooden Bowls Each work of art is created through a woodturning process—a sculpting...

Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ Recreated Using Thread & Needle

Lauren Spark is a self taught Melbourne based embroidery artist. She was asked by her mother to create an embroidery of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Over the next month,...

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Lauren Spark is a self taught Melbourne based embroidery artist. She was asked by her mother to create an embroidery of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Over the next month, She spent roughly 60 hours lovingly recreating the painting bit by bit, and trying to include as much detail as possible. Lauren states: “I started making embroideries in 2013 when...

Cleverly Reconstructed Contemporary Carpets | Faig Ahmed

Faig Ahmed is one of the most known contemporary artists from Azerbaijan famous for conceptualizing carpets. Ahmed proves to break the frontiers and rules all the time challenging...

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Faig Ahmed is one of the most known contemporary artists from Azerbaijan famous for conceptualizing carpets. Ahmed proves to break the frontiers and rules all the time challenging both the art and carpet world. While the first praise his talent, the latter is engaged in continuous debate whether Ahmed brings carpet-making traditions to a new frontier and to which...

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