Can you imagine you can just gobble up fresh fish or a frog that looks really much alive? Feel no worry they are real, all because they are just piece of art which is 100 percent edible. These edible works of food art was initiated by creativity in preparing our food like chopping, frying and baking.
If you care to take up the #InsideOutChallenge, you have big chance to raise your mental health awareness. That’s what Canadian beauty blogger Yasaman Gheidi believes we can and should raise our mental health awareness. By taking up this challenge, you have small chance of experiencing a sort of dire catharsis leading to mental illness.
Knife is not only used for cooking. One thing a knife can be of much use by artists other than food artists is that knife can be used in painting. There is this Salman Khoshroo who is very skilled in using his palette knife for his dynamic paintings.
If you are tired of those bold color tattoos, now you can resort to tattooist Daisy Watson who specializes in simple line tattoos yet purely inspired by those of modern art and fancy dreamy designs. Check them out. What do you think guys?
Matt Shlian is a paper engineering artist who can produce these incredible forms from everyday materials found anywhere. He is the one who creates stunning geometric designs built with tessellations to make strategic and precise foldings.
When you look at these amazing 3D graffiti and street art by some world artists, your mind can be easily played and tricked because of their stunning optical illusion which at anytime can take you to fantasy land. Check them out.
The backlash was swift as there was an executive order banning refugees from around the world signed by president Trump.
In a YouTube video, you will learn how an artist starts cutting walnut wood and turns it into one-inch wide and one inch-thick strips. The result of Brown’s DIY is stunning, and he makes it look so easy. Just try doing it yourself, no worry of making mistakes. Peter Brown will teach you how to […]
You know how to fix the cracked streets everyone? Recently this contemporary artist Rachel Sussman is trying to mend cracks in our urban environment with her series Sidewalk Kintsukuroi. Actually Sussman is inspired by kintsugi or well known as kintsukuroi. This Kintsugi art is actually a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold. And then, […]
From a period of March 22, 2016 to November 30, 2016, there were over 48,000 submissions from photographers in 146 countries and territories. The contest comprises seven categories that each reflect a unique view of the world.