Everyday art is how mundane things can be transformed into something astonishingly spectacular. French artist Gilbert Legrand, not only observes characters or faces in everyday objects, but he transforms them into playful characters or animals by painting them or modifying them. With his artist’s eye and artistic hands, he gives a new life to these mundane objects. Continue reading “Everyday Art – French artist transforms mundane things into amazing art”
If you are a woman, there are always some rules and regulations or terms and conditions that apply to you. If you are in a workplace, you would be labelled as selfish or bossy or pushy and many other adjectives. People love to judge women for who they are, even though, it is none of their business.
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Dangerdust is an anonymous duo of two female artists who are fond of knocking everyone over with their creative riot of chalk dust and lettering. These two mischievous students of Columbus College of Art & Design sneak into an empty classroom on the third floor of Crane Design Building at CCAD. They create inspirational quotes illustrations with chalk and chalk dust. Continue reading “DangerDust – An Anonymous Duo and their Guerrilla Chalk Art”
Edible Art also known as food art is the best way to keep your little tykes’ interest in eating. For Samantha Lee, what started as an effort to keep her elder daughter intrigued by the idea of eating by herself, is now a collection of plethora of foodscapes that she prepares for her two daughters for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This extraordinarily ordinary art has rocketed her to fame with over 567831 followers on Instagram and 71,000 likes on her Facebook page. Continue reading “Edible Art – For this mother, every meal is a masterpiece”
With Brazil exhaling, Croatia fuming and Netherlands hammering down Spain in FIFA World Cup 2014, the football fever is gripping the world, not even leaving our four legged friend behind. Purin the Super Beagle is an amazing soccer marvel and an all star athlete. She has good on-field awareness, cuts to the net in a jiffy and is a mean goalkeeper. She is already a huge star in Japan with her own YouTube channel and Facebook Page. Continue reading “Purin the Super Beagle – the Cutest Soccer Slick”
Photorealism is a form of art that includes painting, drawing and other graphic mediums, in which an artist studies a photograph and then attempts to reproduce the image as realistically as possible in another medium. These handmade hyper-realistic paintings created from graphite, charcoal or drawing pencils and water color, acrylic or oil paints are stunningly photorealistic. Continue reading “20 Handmade Hyper-realistic Paintings Collections”
Fruit Carving, also known as Mukimono (Japanese) is often used as a centerpiece at social gatherings. Fruit carving may seem intimidating at first; but, with just a few simple tools, it is easy to create an excellent masterpiece. Continue reading “Edible Art – 16 Most Astonishing Fruit Carvings”
Alexandre Toledo is no Gordon Banks in whose name is etched the greatest save in football history. Alexandre Toledo is 37 years old Brazilian goalkeeper who lost his leg in a motorbike accident, and has refused to let his injury get in the way of his desire to play football.
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Would you believe, defying stereotypes can be hard, well, in India it is. TrulyMadly.com is a new matchmaking website, and they have a way out of the world marketing campaign going called, #breakingstereotypes. These wonderful pictures depict their effort for the same. Continue reading “45 Wonderful Pictures that Break Indian Stereotypes”