Many would agree that rummaging through your Christmas stocking is one of the most exciting parts of Christmas morning. Hung by the fireplace or at the end of your bed, the tradition of filling an empty sock-shaped bag full of surprises originates from the life of Saint Nicholas.
Like most kids, you probably remember the fearful dread of getting your school report cards.
We’ve seen many experimental embroidery techniques lately, but Dutch fiber artist Ceren (aka Kayra Handmade)
Toto’s “Africa” is possibly one of the most frequently covered songs since its original release in 1982, but this rendition using traditional Japanese instruments might just be the most unique arrangement yet. Produced by Japan’s public broadcasting corporation NHK for their Blends TV series, the video shows three talented female musicians effortlessly performing an epic Asian version of the ‘80s classic.
While you may have heard of daily drawing challenges such as Inktober, British ceramicist Anna Whitehouse took the popular concept...
Swedish illustrator Josefine Svärd creates fantastical stippling art that captures the beauty of nature.
Many dog owners would agree that there’s no other friend quite like a faithful canine. This includes 21-year-old Czech Republic-based traveler and dog photographer Kristýna Kvapilová who spends her spare time exploring the world with her beautiful 7-year-old Australian Shepherd, Charlie. Come rain, snow, or shine, the adventurous duo never miss out on exploring what Mother Nature has to offer, always with Kvapilová’s trusty Canon 5D Mark IV camera in hand.
Earlier this year, the European Union voted for a sweeping ban on single-use plastic in an effort to reduce ocean...
It is estimated that around 100 African elephants are killed every day due to an insatiable demand for ivory.
Many art mediums require plenty of patience and concentration, but artist Mike Matola shows a whole new level of creative endurance. He creates pop-culture posters by handwriting entire scripts and song lyrics to form the images. By drawing upon the positive and negative space, each silhouetted word art portrait is brought to life, line by line. Matola’s collection of typography posters include handwritten depictions of popular actors, musicians, and fictional characters.
If you’ve got a cat, you know how much they love to lounge.
At first glance, these porcelain plates look just like your grandmother’s tableware.