In a bid to simply spread some joy, Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam creates an ongoing comic series called Buddy Gator. It features an alligator as the main character, but he’s nowhere near as scary as gators are often perceived to be. This particularly friendly creature is a reminder to “never judge a book by its cover.” Lam started illustrating his comic around a year ago during the start of the pandemic.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games were postponed last year because of COVID-19, but the highly anticipated Opening Ceremony is finally...
Seashells aren't the only thing that you can find on the beach.
Enthralled by fabric and guided by her intuition, artist Mariko Kusumoto creates sculptures inspired by the things that fascinate her. The pieces, sometimes wearable, often revolve around the ocean, and marine inhabitants—such as coral—inspire the forms. They pair perfectly with the softness and translucent qualities of fabric; the pieces have a billowy quality to them as if they could be under the sea. Kusumoto has been working with fabric for the last eight years.
Back in 2014, when British street artist Irony decided to paint something celebrating the power of graffiti, they never could...
Working in art and design for over three decades, Brazilian artist Luciano Cian has developed a bold and colorful style,...
For what small shops lack in size, they certainly make up for in charm and personality. Artist Angela Hao captures the diversity of quaint Japanese storefronts in her colorful Procreate illustrations. Although she is based in the U.S., the artist is able to digitally travel across the streets of Tokyo and Osaka using Google Street View, finding numerous buildings for creative inspiration along the way.
For artist Sophie Green, animals are more than creative muses.
British artist Liz West creates imaginative installations that explore the relationship between two fundamental themes in art: color and light.
As a child, did you ever imagine stepping into your TV screen to hang out with your favorite cartoon characters? Of course, this isn’t possible, but artist, actor, and primary school teacher Samuel MB imagines a reality where it could be. The avid Disney fan uses Photoshop to create images that depict him hanging out with his favorite fictional characters every day.
Every year, thousands of art history lovers flock to Rome to view some of the greatest masterpieces from the Renaissance.
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