Tattoo artists are great at making the most out of tiny spaces, often creating intricate designs in a limited area. Korea-based artist Dami Nam, also known as Daldam, takes this challenge to the next level. Her small rectangular designs tell compelling stories about her costumers’ love for East Asian culture in a reduced stretch of skin. With a lifelong love for drawing and painting, Nam dreamed of getting a job in an art-related field.
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Do you love contemporary art? Or are you looking for a present for an art lover? If so, take a peek at this modern-day masterpiece: a collection of contemporary art gifts. While it would be amazing to get our art-loving friend or relative a limited edition artwork by their favorite creator, those can be sadly out of most budgets. But don't worry! Here, you'll find unique presents inspired by the iconic work of today's top artists.
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The Rio Carnival is one of the most colorful celebrations around the world.
Japanese designer Takahiro Miyashita has created a luxury speaker that is an homage to an iconic piece of architecture and Brutalist design. Crafted from high-performance polycarbonate resin, the sculptural speaker looks like a block of concrete being chiseled away to reveal the Flatiron Building. Rich in detail, The Soloist Sounds will surely be a conversation starter. While it's a visual stunner, it's also a top-notch sound system.
Some of the most interesting facial hair styles out there include mustaches with long curls and swirls.
Pop culture has inspired artists for decades in a myriad of ways. Now, one group of creators is stunning art enthusiasts and entertainment fans with their hyperrealistic sculptures. JND Studios, a Korea-based company, has marveled fans by producing lifelike figures of their favorite characters. The artists don’t simply capture the actors' likeness; they expertly reproduce every minute detail of the character down to the texture of their skin, hair, and clothes.
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For centuries, mugs have looked largely the same across continents and cultures.