From October 31 to November 2, Mexico celebrates one of its most historically and culturally important events, Día de los Muertos (aka Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead). This three-day affair is held to honor those who have died. People across the country commemorate the fête in different ways, but it generally revolves around an altar that’s filled with food, stylized skeletons, and other offerings.
There’s nothing quite like a steaming hot bowl of delicious dumplings to warm you up on a cold day.
South Korean tattoo artist Le jardin de Zihwa, known simply as Zihwa, creates delicate drawings on the skin. Opting for soft black shading and thin lines produced with a single needle, her style favors subtlety with soft shading and realistic rendering. The aesthetic is fitting for her nature-inspired subject matter; the blooming florals, slithering snakes, and coy foxes recall technical drawings you might see in a textbook.
If you want to send a message that’s short and to the point, look no further than enamel pins.
Halloween is just around the corner and, for many, that means it’s time to get creative.
It’s no secret that art and cats make a purr-fect pair. While plenty of today’s top artists playfully incorporate cats into their work, there’s one feline fanatic who seems to be leading the pack: Niaski. The British designer has blended her two passions—art history and her own pets—to craft a collection of artist cat pins fit for any creative cat lover.
As temperatures start to drop and daylight slowly dwindles, you’re probably ready to get into the autumnal spirit.
Happy New York Fashion Week! Every September, the Big Apple’s stylish side shines as it kicks off the biannual bash.
An enamel pin is a perfect way to commemorate the things that you love. These small accessories allow you to outwardly express your appreciation for just about anything—including a beloved artist, ethereal fictional characters, or perhaps a memorable vacation. For the past five years, a husband and wife duo known as Drop a Pin have traveled the world and documented their favorite buildings.
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