Manuja Waldia Manuja Waldia’s Website Manuja Waldia on Instagram Manuja Waldia’s vibrant illustrations span a wide range of subjects from Shakespeare to self-love. After graduating from university with a degree in communication design, the Portland-based illustrator has produced impressive work for a number of mega-brands; Manuja created a Google doodleRead More →

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From thought-provoking imagery to boundary-pushing designs, these illustrators combine art and technology to convey their messages clearly and effectively. Their work is bold in colour and often inspired by modern trends, cultural history and personal memories. Source: 6 of South Africa’s best up-and-coming illustratorsRead More →

The art and design fair brings global galleries to a historic Swiss mansion to display blue-chip from past and present. Design world glitterati, mark your calendars: this year’s edition of NOMAD St. Moritz returning to the alpine village of Samedan, Switzerland, from Feb. 7-11, is not to be missed. Source:Read More →

The Hunters in the Snow, 1565. Pieter Bruegel the Elder Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna To many, Pieter Bruegel the Elder ’s winter landscapes—the first significant scenes of their kind in European art—impart an atmosphere of festivity. Source: The Deadly Truth behind Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Idyllic Winter Landscapes Children’s Games PieterRead More →

Artist and sculptor John T. Unger is familiar with great art projects. His most famous feature is probably his lighting bowl sculpture art, but he has been working on mosaic pieces for quite a while now. One of his most recent projects is the “ Anatomy set in Stone ”Read More →

This is one of those bizarrely creative things that I’d only expect to see come out of Japan. In the early ’90s, the country village of Inakadate watched as their population continued moving to the cities, and the local council began brainstorming ways to turn the village into a touristRead More →

The Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc designed a cylindrical cabinet with one hundred and forty four small white drawers. Made from CNC-cut plywood with small ball-shaped brass handles, the drawers that wrap around the Tower cabinet are designed to store small objects collected by the owner. “It is inspired by allRead More →

Art Sculptures: Patricia Piccinini is one of the most well known Australian contemporary artists. Piccinini graduated from the College of Fine Arts in painting Economic History, having a wide range of interests, from sociology to technology and computer graphics. read more Source: 30 Most Controversial Art Sculptures by Patricia PiccininiRead More →

A selection of work by Dutch illustrator Viktor Hachmang. Inspired by the Japanese tradition of Ukiyo-e, Hachmang focuses on experimental comics and graphic novels. See more images, including excerpts from his most recent collection 4 Fragments , below. Source: Illustrator Spotlight: Viktor HachmangRead More →

Finding your own style in photography is not easy, but Thai photographer Peechaya Burrough has achieved this by showing a beautiful and delicate work that deserves to be appreciated. Born in Thailand, Peechaya Burrough now lives in Sydney which is where she began her creative and minimalist photography series. Source:Read More →

These fabulous female artists are all millennials who’ve been winning over our hearts and souls through their vivacious online presences. Making a splash on sites like Pinterest, Instagram, and Etsy, our girls are dominating the fashion and arts scenes with their exotic digital prints and watercolour paintings. Source: 5 ColorfulRead More →

Guido Vedovato was born in 1961 in the north of Italy. Self-taught, he progressively became, in the 1970s, a naïve painter and sculptor, it started as a hobby then he became more and more professional. Source: Paintings by Guido VedovatoRead More →

Laini (Sylvia) Abernathy designed several record covers for Chicago-based Delmark Records in the 1960s. She is one of the few African American women of the period to be credited as a designer. Source: Sun Ra – Sun Song (Delmark Records)Read More →

Cubist Anatomy of Charles Carlson Anatomy is the oldest scientific discipline of medicine. The first documented scientific dissections on the human body are carried out as early as the third century B.C. in Alexandria. Go here for more information. Source: Would You Buy A Used Anatomy From This Man?Read More →

Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring” recreated in masking tape. The piece was part of a recent Vermeer Tribute Exhibition in Japan. The Japanese artist Nasa Funahara’s obsession with masking tape began with the simple hobby of collecting. Source: New Masking Tape Paintings by Nasa FunaharaRead More →

Our friend Madsteez just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed on the streets of New York City. Working on a cold winter day, the American artist brought to life another of his colorful piece of work which depicts a giant wave. Source: “WEENwave” byRead More →

  Influential craftspeople and brands are wielding the power of Instagram to draw in customers. We select 10 artisan makers capturing consumers’ attention by creating moments of pause in the endless scroll – via hypnotic videos of craft processes and sensorial colour and material combinations. Source: Instagram: 10 Craft InfluencersRead More →

Local illustrator Arna Miller has just re-released a limited edition screen print for those who love beer or cats — and, most especially, those who love both. It features a blonde tabby cat pawing at a tall glass of Colorado-brewed ale with the inscription “Denver Loves Beer.” Influenced by HelenaRead More →

Beautiful travel photographs and images printed on recycled old suitcases. “Memory Suitcases” ongoing project by talented Israeli artist Yuval Yairi. Also check out: Portable Suitcase Cities Source: Memory SuitcasesRead More →

The interesting of using watercolours to bring one’s ability and an image in their head to life is a skill not as intimidating as it may pose to some. The whole idea to harmonize a room and truly captures the purpose of the artist. Source: 25 Watercolor Paintings to InspireRead More →