Art

June 21, 2017

Brilliant Resin Jewelry Encapsulate the Swirling Beauty of the Real World

We often wish that we could harness the splendor of the natural world and carry its beauty wherever we go. While that is but a dream, there are ways to encapsulate that feeling through the things we wear. Miha Debeljak of Wood All Good creates wood and resin jewelry that’s “in harmony with nature.” Available as pendants or rings, the pieces are colorful, statement-making accessories inspired by locales in the real world.

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June 20, 2017

Artist Transforms Herself Into Mind Bending Optical Illusions Without Photoshop

Artist Dain Yoon is quickly becoming a master of illusion. Last year, the then-art student wowed us with her mind-bending body art that's mesmerizing in both its technical skills as well as its ability to make you do a double take. Using a combination of makeup and watercolors, she creates surreal paintings over her hands, face, and surrounding environment.

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June 19, 2017

30+ Mother-Daughter Tattoos Celebrating Their Special Life-Long Bond

Tattoos are often thought of as something just for the younger generations. But as we've seen, there are also older folks that rock some amazing ink. As attitudes towards body art continue to evolve, people that were once opposed tattoos are now open to the idea—like moms. Rather than steering clear of these permanent adornments, some choose to embrace them and make the experience one that they share with their offspring.

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June 16, 2017

What If Early 1900s Immigrants Arrived in Modern-Day New York

Hungarian artist Flóra Borsi has been captivating us with her worksince she was a teen—whether it be her self-portrait and animal hybrids or bringing figures from abstract paintings to life. Now, with her new series The Forgotten Dream, she's taken her photo manipulations to a new level by tackling the topic of immigration. Inspired by a visit to New York's Ellis Island, Borsi set about researching the history of immigration in the United States.

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