There is another element to Paris: Paris of the macabre and mysterious, the weird and wonderful, the Gothic and bizarre. Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris is a place very much worth seeing. It is a Gothic masterpiece with over 70,000…
Using yarn and wool, artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates embroidered landscapes capturing mysterious and powerful scenes of nature.
Philip Levine started using his head as a canvas for creativity back in 2006 when he began to go bald. He inspires people to turn what could be perceived as a negative aspect of their life, into a positive through art and…
American Artist Alexis Arnold uses laundry detergent to create the crystals which appear after the books are soaked in hot water and left to dry. Arnold performs this process on the classics, like “Crime and Punishment”, “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”, ‘”Phantom…
Kids Halloween costumes are always exciting. Let your children be anything and everything they want to be and the most important thing: HAVE FUN!
Increase the eerie feeling in your home for Halloween by hanging some creepy vintage photos in distressed frames.
Svetlana Kolosova uses her own hand as canvas for fairy tale illustrations.
If you change your mind and suddenly you decide to get a tattoo, you can think about your favourite book. source: http://www.buzzfeed.com/alannaokun/tattoos-inspired-by-books
The hand lettering, the colorful miniature paintings… so pretty.
Slice, dice, stir, boil…who would have thought you d’ need that to do art! A white plate as backdrop and food, that is all you need!