Creative Khara Plicanic is a multi-talented maker. Working on and off a screen, she produces charming objects and imagery spanning photography, digital art, and analog crafts. Full of color and whimsy, Plicanic’s pieces will inspire you to create—no matter your medium. Plicanic has a knack for breaking down a variety of creative subjects so that they're easy to understand and fun at the same time.
Posts by Sara Barnes
Photos can be deceiving.
Someone behind the Instagram account Kingdom of Bean is trying to answer a simple question. “If everyone was Mr.
In 2021, licensed wildlife rehabilitator Carrie Long received a call about a baby raccoon that needed help. Cold, wet, and hungry, Long was alerted just in time. The raccoon was three weeks old, had been abandoned by his mother, and was barely surviving a rainstorm. Long took him in and nursed him back to health, and she named him Jasper.
A wedding day lives on forever through photography.
Illustrator and author Holly Chisholm is using her creative skills as a way to help others feel less alone. She has created illustrative visualizations of mental health statistics, selecting 14 important facts that are enhanced by her charming artwork. In pairing the colorful images with research and stats, she is hoping to educate her audience while dismantling the stigma around mental health.
Congratulations are in order for actor Blake Lively and her husband Ryan Reynolds. They are expecting their fourth child together.
Senior year of high school is filled with traditions.
Hand lettering artist Danison Fronda fosters joy through his expressive letterforms and watercolor paintings. His optimism shines through handwritten empowering phrases that are often paired with colorfully painted backdrops. With gentle reminders like “practice makes progress” and “drown out the doubt,” you’re sure to feel better once you see his work.
The school year has started and the kids are boarding their buses. But they aren’t the only ones.
Discretion is part of street photography.