Do you love a salty sea breeze and the sound of crashing waves? If you miss the beach, you can now have a miniature oceanscape at home, thanks to Ukrainian artist Anna Paschenko (of Roslynka). She creates resin art wall hangings and wearable pendants that capture the beauty of the ocean. Paschenko’s swirling ocean paintings are rendered with layers of epoxy resin. When poured, the liquid creates mesmerizing swirls as well as bubbly, wave-like patterns.
The Fourth of July is typically a day spent grilling and hanging poolside.
Have you ever wondered what outer space smells like?
From braids to ponytails, our hair can be a canvas for expressing our creativity. And if you’ve got the skills to style long locks, there’s no end to the stylish possibilities. One person who’s particularly talented at braiding hair is 26-year-old Elvira Jonsson. The Swedish stylist has a popular Instagram account dedicated to her pretty hairdos.
Legendary designer Milton Glaser passed away on his 91st birthday on June 26, 2020.
Wearing a face mask may keep us healthy, but it’s certainly changing the way we interact in public.
Did you ever try “paint by numbers” as a kid? Just like coloring books, these kits are back and designed with adults in mind. Portland-based studio Elle Crée—whose name translates to “she creates” in French—has imagined a series of artist quality paint-by-numbers kits that will spark your next creative pastime. Whether you want to delve into botanical illustration or portraiture, these all-inclusive kits have everything you need to get started.
Inspired by “nature, magic, and all things fantastical,” British textile artist Emillie Ferris stitches embroidery designs featuring butterflies, moths, bees,...
With the passing of Milton Glaser, the world has lost a legend.
IKEA is looking toward the future with a fresh home design. Located in a 120-year-old abandoned building in Poland, the IKEA Home of Tomorrow is an innovative look at city living. Through the incorporation of nature, the team behind the design is teaching the public how to live more sustainably in a zero-waste environment.
Having a local pub is great, but imagine the convenience of having a bar in your own backyard.
Textile artist Jessica Long stitches impeccable botanical designs onto striking double hoops.