May 24, 2024

Polish Museum Gets Mysterious Package in the Mail With Missing Tiles From the 17th Century

Many of Europe's most beautiful buildings were sadly lost or damaged during World War II. But in a twist of fate, a Polish palace has been able to piece together one of its most enchanting features—almost literally. Poland’s culture ministry announced that it recently got a mysterious package in the mail. Inside was a set of priceless missing tiles from the 17th century.

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May 23, 2024

Incredible Wire Sculptures Merge the Magic of Fairies and Dandelions

Robin Wight's foray into wire sculpture began with a simple project to repair his fence. Now, operating at Fantasy Wire, Wight and his small team, which includes his daughter Amy, work together to bring his wire fairies to life. Particularly captivating are their sculptures of fairies and dandelions, which merge the symbolism of these two distinct elements.

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May 20, 2024

15 Best Art Marker Sets for Coloring Enthusiasts and Professional Creatives

Do you remember coloring with markers as a kid? Maybe you had an awesome collection of vibrant Crayolas that you’d use when drawing? While we often associate markers with childhood, they still come in handy today—especially if you’re an artist who loves sketching or consider yourself an adult coloring book enthusiast. There are many great reasons to try art markers. One is because of how easy they are to use and their portability.

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May 17, 2024

First Official Portrait of King Charles Since Coronation Unveiled To Mixed Reviews

King Charles recently unveiled the first official portrait of himself since his coronation. Created by British artist Jonathan Yeo, the larger-than-life artwork measures about 8.5 by 6.5 feet. But after its presentation, this unorthodox take on royal portraiture quickly caused a stir, sparking mixed reviews from art critics and dividing members of the public. In the painting, the monarch seems to stare head-on as he poses against a backdrop of bright red brushstrokes.

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