Tattooist Michele Volpi creates surreal body art crafted from finely inked details. Devoid of color, his delicate drawing style is the focal point of his work. His technique of choice is called dotwork, in which tiny dots comprise the images. Paired with thin lines, he depicts famous works of art, vintage-inspired diagrams, and the insides of the human body.
Artist Chris Wood considers light in her artwork the same way that a painter would pigment.
Creative duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís find wonder in seemingly ordinary places.
As places begin to slowly reopen, it’s important we take the necessary steps for responsible social distancing. Part of that includes wearing face masks in public, especially when maintaining six feet of space is hard to do—like in the grocery store or pharmacy. Luckily, artists have made it easy to wear masks by putting their artwork on them. In doing this, they’re making the cloth coverings both practical and fashionable.
Russian graphic designer and watercolor painter Eleanor Mill has a knack for capturing the spirit of place.
For photographer Navid Baraty, New York City holds special meaning.
While most pet furniture isn’t the most stylishly designed, Cats Mode creates modern cat furnishings that double as contemporary home accessories. The handcrafted pieces feature hexagonal wall shelves and icosahedron-shaped cat beds that not only look good but are designed with our furry friends’ needs in mind. Cats might be seen as lazy creatures, but they still need plenty of exercise and entertainment. The Cats Mode wall shelves encourage felines to climb and explore.
Creating art can provide a glimmer of hope during somber times.
The job of a cartographer leaves little room for creativity, as maps are expected to provide an accurate representation of...
Artist Fatemeh Hosein Aghaei highlights the beauty of mesmerizing mosques that encapsulate striking interiors. Focusing on historic Iranian architecture—and specifically the province of Isfahan—the stunning photographs showcase rooms that are awash in dizzying motifs that extend from the floor to the ceiling. Hosein Aghaei will often crop her shots with the camera pointed upward so that the entire composition is filled with the colorful patterns, archways, and domes.
The iconic sitcom Friends premiered nearly three decades ago, but its cultural influence remains undeniable even today.
Artist Kristin Moore depicts sweeping Western landscapes and immersive skies in her acrylic paintings.