By now, most of us understand the importance of wearing face coverings in public. And while many people are making the most of the “new normal” by choosing artistic face masks that show off their style, there’s one person who’s taking creative coverings to a whole new level. Artisanal leather worker James (of Pirate’s Leatherworks) crafted an amazing Alien-inspired facehugger mask that celebrates his love of sci-fi.
Fans of The Simpsons can now pay homage to their favorite members of the iconic cartoon family, thanks to The...
Beadwork is an aesthetically beautiful form of art, but it also represents so much more than what's on the surface.
Cats enjoy sleeping in enclosed spaces—it's why they love to snuggle in a good box. But while cozy, the cardboard containers are lacking in style. If you’re looking for something that’s more quirky than the conventional shipping package, tune into this quirky trend in feline bedding. People are upcycling retro television sets—think from the 1960s–and removing their components to replace them with all the cushy comforts of a cat bed.
There's a reason why watercolor painting is so popular.
As far as fruits go, watermelon is arguably one of the best.
Completing a jigsaw and making art are two of the best stress-relieving activities, so why not find a way to combine them? Montreal-based puzzle manufacturer Eurographics reimagines iconic masterpieces from art history as 1,000-piece challenges that allow you to make your very own art gallery from the comfort of your home. Puzzle enthusiasts can discover the imaginative imagery of Surrealism in the Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dali-inspired jigsaws.
Designer and illustrator Matt Stevens has designed for magazines and media companies, but his recent project titled Good Movies as...
As face masks become a reality of life, there's no reason to believe that you can't stay both safe and...
Who said school supplies have to be boring? While stocking up on pens, pencils, and paper products may seem like a mundane chore, this selection of eccentric materials will make you want to go back-to-school shopping all year round. Whether adorably animal-shaped or effortlessly embellished with simple pops of color, these outlandish office accessories are the perfect way to personalize everything from your desk to your devices.
Design technologist Rachel Binx has created a way to turn your most jovial journeys and wondrous wanderings into physical trinkets.
From stitched seascapes to textile portraits, many artists around the world are showcasing the endless possibilities of embroidery art.