Using synchronized beams of light, two Finnish artists have created a powerful commentary on the rising sea levels that threaten our planet. With Lines (57° 59 ́N, 7° 16 ́W), Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho have wrapped buildings and the surrounding landscapes with lines that mark a point of where the sea could arrive at some point in the near future. This means everything below the line would be submerged. It’s a hypothetical that’s not unrealistic.
Nearly three years ago, Benjamin Von Wong made the shift from the title of photographer to social impact artist that only engaged...
A post shared by 塩谷歩波 (@enyahonami)
View this post on Instagram A post shared by YUYAMIKA宇芽 (@yuyamika7) on Sep 1, 2016 at 6:27am PDT We’ve seen many talented makeup artists around the world who use their skills to creatively transform the human face, but Chinese blogger He Yuhong takes makeup artistry to the next level. The master artist uses cosmetics to turn herself into any famous face, and we really mean any face.
We’re all guilty of eavesdropping on other people’s conversations. And let’s face it—some of them can be pretty entertaining.
Illustrator and musician Tommy Siegel has many theories on what your coffee preparation method says about you.
Artisan Simone Crestani finds inspiration in the “imperfect elegance” of nature. This striking quality informs his entire practice, materializing as beautiful blown glass sculptures of biotic forms found in the natural world. In Crestani’s collection of works, a wide array of flora, fauna, and other organic objects come to life. Using borosilicate glass, he crafts sculptures that showcase his subject’s decorative yet flawed details.
You’ve got a lot of choices for tools when it comes to drawing.
Brooklyn-based artist Bisa Butler has a fascinating relationship with fabric.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Van Gogh Museum (@vangoghmuseum) on Mar 1, 2019 at 4:49am PST Want to kick off your spring with some culture? Fortunately, exceptional art exhibitions are in full-bloom this month, making March a perfect time to step into a museum.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Eli Waduba Yusuf (@eliss_artss)
Los Angeles-based art director Yaoyao Ma Van As is an animal lover who enjoys illustrating one of the most important...