Finally, the Halloween season is here! While tricks, treats, and other goodies offer a conventional way to celebrate the spookiest time of the year, we like to get creative while we get into the holiday spirit. So, we've conjured up a spellbinding selection of art history's scariest masterpieces.
Posts by Kelly Richman-Abdou
As Halloween creeps closer and closer, you may be looking for creative ways to celebrate the spooky season.
Finally, the haunted season is upon us.
Picking out what to pack for a trip can be tricky for any traveler—especially those who happen to be artists. On top of travel essentials, creative globetrotters have to figure out a way to fit all sorts of supplies in their suitcases, from sharp scissors to messy paints. Fortunately, however, we've come up with a list of portable products for all sorts of artists on the go.
Pablo Picasso famously said that “every child is an artist.
With their endless enthusiasm and infinite imaginations, kids are known for their creativity.
Hands-on projects are a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. From celebrating all-things-spooky with Halloween kits to making merry with Christmassy baking gifts, a bit of DIY can make a festive season even more fun—especially when it comes to fall. Packed with pumpkin spice and everything nice, fall is quickly climbing the ranks to become the most popular time of year.
As temperatures start to drop and daylight slowly dwindles, you're probably ready to get into the autumnal spirit.
Start spreading the news—we love New York!
When it comes to art and design, experimenting with words is a unique way to creatively catch someone's attention. Whether hand-lettered or digitally rendered, text can have a powerful impact on a product. In this stylish selection of typography gifts, we present the versatility of words, punctuation marks, and everything in between. Many products—like HereafterLA‘s wooden cards and Grace D. Chin's paper wreaths—use eye-catching text as a whimsical way to communicate messages.
Who said school supplies have to be boring?
In 2017, a then-21-year-old Campbell Jones and his girlfriend embarked on a bike ride on Rottnest Island.