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May 6, 2021

10 Best Watercolor Sketchbooks for Artists Who Want to Paint On the Go

Sketchbooks are a must-have creative tool for artists to create on the go. Not only are they great for jotting down ideas and capturing scenery en plein air, but they also have a precious quality that makes you want to keep them forever. And although many people use art journals for dry media like pencils and pens, there are also great watercolor sketchbooks for painters that want to take their studio with them.

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May 5, 2021

Playful Illustrations Merge Cats With Different Kinds of Plants

Cat owners know that felines have a fickle relationship with household plants, often using leaves as unwilling toys when they're bored. Malaysian artist Lim Heng Swee uses that relationship as inspiration for his newest series of graphic illustrations called Cats and Plants. Similar to his other project, Cat Landscapes, these minimalist pieces seamlessly merge playful kitties with different natural elements.

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May 4, 2021

Duck Visits Same 7th-Story Balcony To Hatch Ducklings Twice During Lockdown

Those forced to endure pandemic lockdown in a big city may have felt a little more cooped up than most. Being stuck in a small apartment for weeks on end and having few options for outside entertainment or recreation is enough to make anyone go stir crazy. Needless to say, city life doesn’t usually offer many opportunities to relax by getting out and connecting with nature either.

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May 4, 2021

Creative Cosplayer Crafts Hilariously “Low Cost” Costumes That Are Brilliant

You might think that to dress in cosplay, you’ve got to have a lot of fancy supplies to make your costume. But as Anucha Saengchart (aka Lonelyman) shows, you just need some basic materials and creative thinking. His hilarious Low Cost Cosplay is a wildly popular project in which he documents how he transforms into characters in pop culture and beyond—all on a budget and in little time.

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