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Solar Pyrography Drawings By Jordan Mang-osan

Jordan Mang-osan Visual arts, in all their different forms, have always captivated the hearts and minds of people. Frescoes on walls, oil and acrylic masterpieces on canvas, and sculptures made from the most unlikely materials all help fill in an internal craving for something aesthetic and beautiful. The search for new...
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Meet 10 Hand Lettering Artists You Should Know

Hand lettering artists Lettering can easily be described as the art of drawing letters. A great deal is put into hand lettering to make a design look flawless. However, the principle is simple: it’s a specialized blend of letter forms designed for a single use and intent rather than making use of...
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30 Cool Vintage Travel Posters

travel posters The words “retro” and “vintage” are making another timely appearance in the art world. To be retro means to be derivative of past influences. Retro art and design are typically inspired by nostalgia for trends, fashions or styles of the recent past. Vintage generally refers to developments within the...
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30 Cool Examples of Glitch Art

glitch art Glitch art is the aestheticization of digital or analog errors usually occurring in software, video games, images, videos, audio, and other forms of data. It’s usually created by either corrupting the digital code or physically manipulating electronic devices. Technically speaking, a glitch is unexpected and usually results from a malfunction. But I, and many other...
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Feast for the Eyes: 40 Visually Stimulating Street Artworks

street art Most people assosiate street art with graffiti and vandalism. But in reality, it can be a lot of things. Technically speaking, street art is visual art created in public locations. It can be a stencil, chalk art, mural, graffiti, wheatpaste poster, street installation, or sculpture. The artists behind these pieces choose the streets to serve...
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30 Inspiring Examples of Knolling Photography

knolling In 1987, a janitor named Andrew Kromelow was working in a fabrication shop that produced furniture for Knoll. Inspired by the angular design of the furniture, Andrew started arranging displaced shop tools at right angles. Eventually, he began to describe this routine as “knolling”. What Andrew was unaware of...
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Geometry in Motion: 20 Simple and Stunning Gifs by Dave Whyte

gifs Dave Whyte, an Ireland based PhD student, creates oddly satisfying Gifs based on mathematical data. I recently stumbled upon his work on Tumblr and I was hooked right away. His geometric Gifs are purely mesmerising. I can sit and watch them all day. Dave creates these Gifs using an open-source coding language...
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