When it comes to creating art, the types of supplies you use are important. Having dedication and talent allows you to produce the vision you have in your head, but the right tools will help you see it through. We’ve written before about the best colored pencils, markers, acrylic, and oil paints that professionals love. But you can’t forget about paper.
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Since 2007, when her photographs were discovered and brought to light, Vivian Maier‘s street photography has captured the imagination of...
As the California fires continue to burn, tales of heroism prove that even in the worst of times, there is good in the world. Registered nurse Allyn Pierce manages the ICU at Adventist Health Feather River Hospital in the city of Paradise, and he barely survived the massive blaze while trying to save people from the flames. Pierce helped evacuate patients as the fire raged toward the hospital on November 8, 2018.
Director Wes Anderson has an iconic sense of style that’s visible in all that he does.
Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, also known as Shoplifter, uses something unusual to create her colorful art installations—hair.
Since many musicians spend time touring the globe, their songs are often about the places they visit. Others pay homage to their hometown, often writing lyrics that tell stories of fond memories and nostalgic childhood dreams. Inspired by the many location-related songs of the past and present, UK-based design studio Dorothy created a map of the United States of America made from over 1,000 song titles.
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Best known for creating dreamscape shadow box art, visual narrative artist Daria Aksenova uses paper to tell stories of mythology...
For over 100 years, the Tiffany lamp has dazzled as a decorative art icon. Celebrated for its handmade craftsmanship and known for its stained glass shade, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s lamp remains a fixture in museums and living rooms alike. Here, we explore the illuminating history of this design in order to shed some light on its long-lasting legacy. Louis Comfort Tiffany In 1848, Louis Comfort Tiffany was born in New York City.
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While many jigsaw junkies enjoy making order out of chaos, Vancouver-based artist Tim Klein breaks the rules by playing the...