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Light Dripping Trees by Vitor Schietti

You can see much more of Schietti’s photography on Flickr.

By | October 6th, 2015|Art, Artists, Installation|Comments Off on Light Dripping Trees by Vitor Schietti

Art That Makes You Think

Many times we've stumbled upon art and wondered what the artist's intentions were or why they did it. Well, here is your lucky day. Pawel Kuczynski, a brave and witty artist, reveals the true realities of the world.  After winning over hundreds of prizes and awards, Pawel has been the perfect person to weave satire into [...]

By | October 30th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Art That Makes You Think

Single Stroke Dragon Paintings

A studio in Japan named Kousyuuya, has four generations of artists that have perfected the skill of “Hitofude Ryuu.” This type of art demonstrates the artists ability to paint dragons with one stroke. The artist begins by painting the dragon’s head, then continues to the body with only one stroke. The artist pauses and turns the brush [...]

By | September 18th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Single Stroke Dragon Paintings

Ben Vierk Gives Playing Cards a Personal Touch

Ben Vierk is an artist based in San Francisco and his latest project deals with playing cards that have been given the name, The Four Point Playing Cards that Ben designed himself. The designs on the cards display symbols of money, ancient times, and geometry. Ben illustrates the deck by hand with ink and charcoal. [...]

By | September 11th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Ben Vierk Gives Playing Cards a Personal Touch

Coffee Cups with Emotion by Backbone Design Studio

In today's world we are constantly using social networking to tell the world what our current mood for today is. Three creatives from ‘Backbone Design Studio’ have taken this to a new level by giving us a coffee cup that shows your emotion to all those around you. Art Director, Stepan Azaryan, Graphic Designer, Karen [...]

By | August 27th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Coffee Cups with Emotion by Backbone Design Studio

Stunning Landscape Photographs by Sarah Martinet

It is difficult to comprehend that these images are not oil paintings or 3D builds, but they are photographs of the world that we live in. French photographer, Sarah Martinet, has really stepped outside of her comfort zone with this series of aerial landscapes. By taking a trip to the landscapes of Iceland, she has captured [...]

By | August 21st, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Stunning Landscape Photographs by Sarah Martinet

Nail Art by David Foster

'Pointillism' can be described as "a technique of neo-impressionist using tiny dots which become blended in the viewers eye to create one image".  'Pointillism' as been attempted by many and only few and far between have actually been noteworthy. However, artist David Foster, has taken this concept to the next level by exchanging dots with [...]

By | August 16th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Nail Art by David Foster

Incredible Paper Sculptures by Eric Standley

It is argued that in todays design world we are constantly looking at new digital designs and products. That said, artist Eric Standley gives us a breathe of fresh air by revolutionizing paper art. The associate professor of studio art at Virginia Tech gives something as simple as paper a new dimension - depth, color, [...]

By | August 14th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Incredible Paper Sculptures by Eric Standley

Moo Brings Creativity to Print Design

An online print company has taken an old advertising idea and powered it into working in the 21st Century. Moo.com have partnered up with graphic designer Rob Lowe to create a new range of special edition flyers in order to promote their new flyer printing product. This unique design has been limited to 600 signed [...]

By | August 9th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Moo Brings Creativity to Print Design

World’s Smallest 3D Pen

3D Printing has just been projected into your home with the new Lix 3D Pen. The idea of creating a free form structure with a pen has been around for a few years and there have been several attempts to make it work. Finally, the first 3D printing pen that actually feels and acts like a [...]

By | August 6th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on World’s Smallest 3D Pen