Whether you have a fireplace or not, hanging Christmas stockings is often a sign that the holiday season is starting. Just waiting to be filled with gifts, stockings make the perfect addition to your holiday decor and are often part of family tradition.
Artist Ted Pim is putting a contemporary spin on classical Baroque painting.
The long history of humankind has left us with many historical sites, and one photography contest specifically celebrates these amazing...
Parents can be really embarrassing, but the Internet gives them a whole new (and much more public) platform for unleashing their cringe-inducing ways. One dad in particular recently had his fun online, when he took over his 15-year-old daughter’s social media accounts for an entire 2 weeks.
Nativity scenes are a long-held tradition to celebrate the holiday season, but one church is using theirs to send another...
Artist David Ambarzumjan ruminates on our world through his ongoing collection of surreal paintings called Brushstrokes in Time.
Sometimes, instead of the usual white dishes, you want crockery with a bit of personality. Fortunately, there’s no better place to find the mug of your dreams than Etsy. This website features the work of hundreds of unique artists, and among them is the talented ceramist duo Vanda and Valerie. Based in the Czech Republic, these two artists have created a line of dishware inspired by the Amanita mushroom.
There are few whose legacy’s have endured throughout history quite like that of Alexander the Great (356-323 BCE).
Art has the power to express ideas, personal identity, and raw emotion.
The Shark Bay World Heritage site in Western Australia is one of most colorful and diverse landscapes in the world. Covering an area of more than 2.2 million hectares, it features rocky limestone cliffs, white bays, and rolling red sand hills, surrounded by turquoise blue waters. Photographer Jérôme Berbigier captures how this spectacular landscape looks from above, in a series of stunning aerial photos, aptly titled Shark Bay.
Australian-born, French-raised artist Gil Bruvel explores the depths of the human mind in his ongoing sculpture series, Bending the Lines.
With the holidays just around the corner and 2020 not far away, you’re probably thinking about two things.