Drawing is the foundation of so many creative practices, from architects to fashion designers to animators and artists. Using a piece of paper and a pen or pencil, the opportunities for self-expression are endless. And by using different drawing techniques, it’s incredible to see just how many different ways there are to sketch. There are innumerable drawing styles to be studied and explored, each one conveying a different final product.
There’s a lot of talk these days about GMOs and trying to eat more natural foods, but the concept of...
Passport photos are some of the most mundane types of portraits you can have taken.
Thanks to a local cultural organization, two street artists are using their work to bring back tradition and create a larger sense of community in a small town in northern Spain. Despite having only 2,100 inhabitants, the village of Belorado is quite rich in culture. Street artists NeSpoon and Regue Fernández explored its history and used it as inspiration to transform eight buildings across one of the main town squares.
London-based textile artist Laura Baverstock crafts bespoke embroideries that both honor and push the boundaries of the ancient craft.
When you were a kid, did you love completing puzzles and following prompts?
Have you ever wanted to make a quilt? If you feel inclined to stitch, there are a couple of great reasons to try. Not only is quilting a fun activity, but it’s a practical one, too. Once you finish stitching one of these blankets, your home will be infinitely cozier and you’ll have an heirloom that you can pass down to the next generation.
London-based Spanish illustrator Helena Perez Garcia creates dream-like, visual stories that communicate complex feelings and human connection with nature.
When we think of giant, extinct animals that once roamed the Earth, we’re often picturing dinosaurs.
Squids are among the few animals in the world that can change the color of their skin in the blink of an eye. The remarkable transformation helps them to camouflage among their environment to become nearly invisible and safe from predators, but they can also make themselves bright and colorful to stand out when they need to.
The experience is a big part of fine dining.
The “crazy cat lady” is one of modern culture’s most enduring stereotypes.