Celebrated for his colorful contributions to New York City’s 1980s street scene, Keith Haring is one of contemporary art’s most popular figures. While getting your hands on a print or painting by Haring will cost you a pretty penny, you don’t need to break the bank to showcase your love for the late, great artist. In fact, with this set of Happy Socks, you can pay homage to Haring with each step you take.
Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to stimulate your mind without having to be glued to a screen.
Greek artist Gregory Grozos gives new life to antique jewelry by encasing miniature worlds inside pocket watches and pendants.
March is Women’s History Month, and now is the perfect time to brush up on some of the most important females the world has ever seen. Traditionally, women have a long history of being left out of history books—despite their accomplishments and amazing stories. Luckily, things are changing. In recent years, creative publications have shed light on these incredible people through engaging stories and pictures.
Creative company Today is Art Day is on a mission “to make art and art history more fun.
Whether it’s hot or cold outside, there’s one thing for sure: statement rings are always in season!
A sketchbook is the ultimate artist’s companion. Like a close friend, you’ll spend a lot of time with it and tell it your inner thoughts (through drawing, painting, and writing). Many artists will regularly fill their pads with a bevy of drawings. Some are so polished that their books feel like mobile art galleries. But, gorgeous spreads aren’t the point of keeping a sketchbook.
No footwear is quite as fun as novelty socks.
Looking for a way to get in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day? If so, you’re in luck!
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?
Trade shows offer an invaluable platform to connect creators with retailers.
Carnival is upon us!