Tag: art

Highly Detailed Doodle Art by Kerby Rosanes

At some point or another, even if you swear you have no artistic bone in your body, you have doodled. This form of drawing is almost a rite of passage. You’ve squiggled shapes, patterns, and textures in school. You’ve scribbled...

/ May 13, 2015

Mind Boggling Duct Tape Art by Max Zorn

Art truly comes in various shapes, sizes, and forms. Take Max Zorn’s masterpieces for instance. The Amsterdam-based artist uses a different kind of tool when creating his works of art. Not the typical paintbrush and easel. Not the conventional pencil...

/ May 11, 2015

Unfold Your Creativity: 40 Stunning Origami Artworks

If you’re enthusiastic about paper folding as a craft, it’s good to know a bit more about the history of origami. While no one person can take credit for inventing the craft, the art of paper folding is nearly as...

/ May 7, 2015

30 Incredible Face Paintings by James Kuhn

James Kuhn is an artist from Michigan that self-described himself as a retired drag queen, white face clown, former nudist, born again Christian, and your average 46 year old guy. James creates some of the most incredible face paintings you’ll ever see. After attending...

/ April 16, 2015

20 Magical Illustrations by Alice X. Zhang

Alice X. Zhang, also known as by her username Alicexz or Silverqe, is a full-time freelance illustrator, an immense pop culture enthusiast, and a part-time t-shirt designer. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a major in Graphic Design, but heartily wishes...

/ April 13, 2015

40 Remarkable Art Deco Designs & Resources

Art Deco is characterized by strong lines and patterns, highly-defined shapes, and blocks of solid colors. This visual arts design first appeared in France after the First World War. In the 1920s, Art Deco flourished internationally and the world grew...

/ April 9, 2015

35 Outstanding Low Poly Art Illustrations

Every so often, an art trend pops out and takes the world by storm. There is just something about the use of light, color, and shapes that really evoke feelings in people. Now, what these feeling are really depend on...

/ March 25, 2015

Fun and Creative Food Art by Hong Yi

Hong Yi, often goes by the nickname Red, is Malaysian artist-architect. Hong was born and raised in Malaysia, then studied in Australia, and studied a bit more in Holland. After graduating as a Master of Architecture, she took up an offer to work...

/ March 16, 2015

Solar Pyrography Drawings By 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...

/ February 2, 2015