They say a family who eats together stays together. Well, now you can make every meal a family affair with OTOTO‘s line of adorable Loch Ness Monster-inspired kitchen tools! There’s papa, mama, and even a baby Nessie. Each one emulates the mythical creature’s long-necked likeness and is ready to help you serve legendary meals. If pasta is on the menu, then you better call the Papa Nessie Pasta Spoon for help.
Posts by Margherita Cole
Every summer people flock to lakes and beaches in pursuit of the serenity that water brings.
Creative director and artist Marta Grossi had just relocated to Milan when the coronavirus pandemic forced Italy to place the...
Searching for a bag that can keep up with your artistic style? Creative brand LOQI has designed a series of reversible weekenders that combine two unique designs into one functional piece—ensuring that your departure is as trendy as your return. If your getaway destination is hot and tropical, you can stash your belongings in the Bird & Arbaro Reversible Weekender.
Nigerian artist Silas Onoja doesn’t create ordinary portraits of people.
Artist Jim Musil uses his brush to capture the mutable patterns of the sky in striking Impressionist-style landscape paintings.
Books contain fantastical stories, vast histories, and profound knowledge. However, with the predominance of e-books, it’s easy to forget about the physical form of novels. San Francisco-based artist Alexis Arnold has spent 9 years exploring the malleability of printed media by transforming them into glittering, crystallized sculptures. “My Crystallized Books Series addresses the materiality versus the text or content of the book,” Arnold explains to My Modern Met.
Artist Kylli Sparre explores the relationships between people and their surroundings in fantastical photography that combines portraiture with theatrical compositions.
Visiting a koi pond and watching the colorful, beautiful fish swim in the water is one of the most serene...
Disney princesses have received several makeovers in the past—debuting as fashionable millennials, glamorous femme fatales, and empowered career women—and now, the characters from The Lion King (1994) have gotten their own magical transformation. Designer and illustrator Marco (known as Marco the Artist on Instagram) has spent his extra quarantine time reimagining Simba, Mufasa, and their companions as humanlike characters.
Whether you’re a professional illustrator or a dabbling painter, shopping for new art supplies is an exciting experience.
In spite of the hardships the coronavirus has brought, many people have used their quarantine time as an opportunity to...