Japan’s cherry blossom season has officially begun, and people all over the world are getting ready to celebrate the arrival of the pink sakura bloom. Many locals and tourists visiting the annual “flower viewing” festivals (called hanami) not only travel far and wide to reach the most beautiful pink parts of Japan, but they also make sure to dress for the occasion.
Artist Gésine Hackenberg transforms ceramic plates, bowls, and dishes into exquisite pieces of jewelry.
Whether you’re an expert crafter looking to take your work to another level or just starting to make your own...
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.
Illustrator Malika Favre is known for her minimalist designs that play with form and color.
Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to stimulate your mind without having to be glued to a screen.
A post shared by Sherri Powers (@hucklesherri_finn) on Feb 23, 2019 at 11:56am PST Some people like to hide their body art, but there are just as many that prefer to share their tattoos with the world. For folks that want a way to display their ink—but don’t want the commitment of a full sleeve—collar bone tattoos are a great solution. They often line the clavicle bone and stick above many articles of clothing.
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...
While most composers like to handwrite their sheet music, over the years there have been all types of machines invented to help print music. Perhaps one of the coolest is the Keaton Music Typewriter. First patented in 1936, it definitely doesn’t look like an ordinary typewriter. Robert H. Keaton from San Francisco, California created the machine, which has now become something of a rare collector’s item.
Inspired by the nature around her, artist Katie Holten recently developed the New York City Tree Alphabet.
Creative company Today is Art Day is on a mission “to make art and art history more fun.