There are many choices you can make when you begin to learn how to paint. The most basic is the kind of paint you're going to use; three of biggest types are watercolor, acrylics, and oils. While it's easy to distinguish the differences between watercolor paint versus acrylics and oils, it's trickier to understand what separates the other two. They are often packaged in similar-looking paint tubes, but they have many differences.
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French paper designer and illustrator Mlle Hipolyte creates colorful sculptures out of intricately cut paper shapes.
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Mesmerizing, mysterious, and teeming with wildlife, many creatives look to the ocean as a source of inspiration. While this enduring trend has resulted in a sea of similarly-themed products, we've waded through them to bring you a selection of our favorite gifts for ocean lovers. In this collection, we present a wide range of products with an under-the-sea spin. If you like do-it-yourself decor, you'll love the luminous origami octopus lamp. Looking for a good book?
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Barcelona-based sculptor Jordi Díez Fernández creates magnificent figurative sculptures out of steel. His growing collection of shiny metalwork includes various detailed depictions of the human form that brilliantly capture the essence of each subject. In 2016, the artist made a sculptural tribute to his wife Celia and his latest work continues to celebrate the people he admires, using cold metal to convey warm human emotions.
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Since 1955, World Press Photo has celebrated the best of international photojournalism with its annual photography contest.