Artist Ruth Oosterman spends hours drawing with her 2-year-old daughter Eve, who uses a black ink pen to create her imaginative works of art.
Uninspiring Posters by Linzie Hunter – an ongoing poster series of uninspiring messages.
Paris-based artist Junior Fritz Jacquet sees art in a lot of things. Having been a fan of paper since he was a child, Jacquet has experimented with various ways to explore the art form’s boundaries.
Above the grit and noise of the street, downtown Los Angeles quietly provides some of the most amazing visual detail in its buildings and public art works. This is a selection of those buildings and public arts filmed across some 50 different locations in the
Extravaganza of colors, hovering over the heads of passers-by in the form of colorful domes of different sizes and colors, can be called a festival of Portuguese umbrellas, but art project is known under the romantic and gentle name of a Umbrella Sky.
Window furnishings can be found in almost every home within the civilised world. Around the world, homes house generic blinds, curtains and shutters – a product that is often uninteresting and bland. Whilst they are essential, they shouldn’t have to be boring; artists and interior
New Zealand artist Henry Hargreaves collaborated with stylist Caitlin Levin for “Food Maps” series. They were inspired by a passion of travel. So let’s explore the world through the food with this maps
Though, artist Lauren Satlowski may work in various media and materials, she seems to have a very focused vision. Whether painted or altered as sculptures, Satlowski often uses ceramic figurines as a foundation for her work. Each seems to hover in an uncomfortable space between cute and
Santa Classics – is a series of photo-collages made by photographer Ed Wheeler. Dressed as Santa, photographer Ed Wheeler has artfully inserted himself into 11 masterworks that appeal to art lovers worldwide, with humor and a reverence for the originals. These whimsical cards are available now at the Philadelphia Museum of
American model Drake Burnette took part in colorful and bright art-photosession “Neo-Expressive” for January issue of Vogue Germany. The photographer was Sebastian Kim.