Illustrator and musician Tommy Siegel has many theories on what your coffee preparation method says about you. In his ongoing series of funny comics for Instagram, he has put together a cheat sheet of different devices and tools we use to create our morning cup of joe. Each approach is coupled with Siegel’s humorous commentary and a biting wit that might make you think twice about how you fix your coffee.
You’ve got a lot of choices for tools when it comes to drawing.
Wild birds can be a challenge to study because they often fly away just as you approach them.
What is the kindest thing a stranger has done or said to you? — Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) March 4, 2019 What’s the kindest thing that a stranger has done or said you? It’s a simple question that writer Nicole Cliffe recently asked on Twitter and that quickly turned into a viral tweet. The thousands of responses she received were heartwarming tales that highlight the good in humanity.
A sketchbook is the ultimate artist’s companion.
There are many reasons to get a houseplant.
Sometimes, hearing the truth is hard. But when it comes from a friendly-faced potato? It’s a little easier to swallow. An Instagram account called Truth Potato is on a mission to reveal the facts of life to us, no matter how unpleasant the realities may be. The popular profile, created by designer Harsh Gopal, views it as a public service announcement.
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Many of us dream about ditching our “normal” life and hitting the open road.
Resin has taken the arts and crafts world by storm. Over the last few years, it seems like you can find the material in just about any creative product, from stunning jewelry to awe-inspiring pieces of furniture. While its ethereal swirling beauty might seem like it’s impossible to achieve for yourself, you’re in luck—creating your own resin art, particularly jewelry, is a doable DIY for anyone that wants to learn. What is resin?
Photographer Nicolas Bruno is no stranger to a bad night of sleep.
Australian photographer Sean Scott spends much of his time surrounded by the clear blue ocean.