At the beginning of 2015, New York-based artist Ruby Silvious embarked on a new project called 363 Days of Tea, a visual diary of miniature paintings and collages on used, emptied-out tea bags. While many discard their used tea bags, Silvious celebrates the popular, daily tea-drinking ritual by recycling them for use as mini canvases. Three years later, the artist continues to create her daily paintings, illustrating her day-to-day life.
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A master of transforming architecture into sculpture, Microscape, is back with another highly detailed site model of a beloved American...
Viewed as a much-needed revival of art and culture, the Renaissance played a pivotal role in ushering Europe out of its Dark Ages and into a world of enlightenment. Beginning in the 14th century and coming to an end in the 17th, this “golden age” swept the continent, culminating in two distinctive yet unified art movements: the Northern Renaissance and the Italian Renaissance.
Photographer Tatsuto Shibata (known as _deepsky on Instagram) is known for his ability to capture the spirit of modern Tokyo.
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Guys, this app is DEAD ON. A post shared by kristen bell (@kristenanniebell) on Jan 14, 2018 at 3:26pm PST By now, you've probably heard of the Google Arts and Culture app. Its newest feature matches you with your art history doppelgänger, and the response to it has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic.
Russian Photoshop wizard Igor Lipchanskiy sprinkles his technical skills and good dose of humor on famous album covers, transforming them into...
If you're one of those people who make New Year's resolutions, by now you've either backpedaled on your promise or...
Photographer Omar Z. Robles is back with more of his ongoing dance photography series, which depicts ballet dancers moving along the streets of cities around the world. This time, he's made his way to Eastern Europe with a visit to Prague, where he exhibited his work as an Official Fujifilm X-Photographer and also made time for a photo shoot with local dancers.
Neo-Impressionists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac pioneered a painting technique, dubbed Pointillism, that was revolutionary for its time.
Nintendo is known for their offbeat approach to game consoles.