The "Art" section will take you on a journey through a world of creativity and expression. This is a space where the boundaries of imagination are pushed, and the conventional is constantly challenged. Here, we celebrate the diverse and dynamic world of art in all its forms - from the traditional to the contemporary, the visual to the conceptual, and the tangible to the digital.
Our "Art" section is a treasure trove of stories and features that explore the many facets of artistic expression. We delve into the world of comics and illustrations, bringing you the most captivating works from talented artists worldwide. We also shine a spotlight on the transformative power of street art, showcasing how it leaves indelible marks on urban landscapes and influences popular culture.
We take you on a journey through the world of architecture, exploring the design principles, creativity, and innovation that shape our built environment. We also pay homage to classic art, revisiting timeless masterpieces and the masterminds behind them.
In this section, we also explore the intersection of art and technology. From AI-generated art to digital illustrations, we examine how technology is reshaping the art world and pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
But our exploration of art doesn't stop at the canvas. We delve into the world of body art, exploring the stories and meanings behind tattoos. We celebrate tattoos as a form of self-expression, a tribute to loved ones, a symbol of personal growth, and even a tool for healing.
We also bring you thought-provoking illustrations that reflect on contemporary issues, offering an exclusive perspective on the world we live in. Through the lens of art, we explore societal flaws, personal experiences, and the human condition.
The "Art" section is more than just a collection of articles. It's a vibrant community of art enthusiasts, creators, and thinkers. It's a space for dialogue, discovery, and inspiration. Whether you're an artist, an art enthusiast, or simply curious, there's something here for you. So dive in, explore, and let the world of art inspire and enrich your life.
“Exciting. Funny. With some horror, but bright and charming,” this is how young writer and artist, Edd Lai, describes his work and the comics he’s been publishing for 6 months. His stories instantly catch readers who find his work while they’re in search of something different. In his illustrations, terror mixes with humor, and its main ingredient is a surprising ending, a completely unexpected plot twist. Writing is currently the way Lai makes a living. He has written some novels and scripts that were published in his native Taiwan, as well as 3 series of long-running comics for a Korean company.
Mary Park, an artist from Los Angeles that goes by the nickname Murrz, draws funny comics about life’s moments that are familiar to each of us. Today’s 12 illustrations are dedicated to relationships and they’re likely to make you feel anything but indifferent.
Love comes in many shapes and sizes and it could be different for everybody. Lim Heng Swee, aka Ilovedoodle, is the illustrator behind this series of sweet and meaningful artwork that shows us that love surrounds us and that we can see it in everything. Yes, even in Legos!
Israeli artist Yehuda Devir creates humorous comics in which everyone can recognize themselves. His sketches about family life, relationships, and raising children have become so popular, that he recently managed to publish a comic book dedicated to familiar family moments.
When we decide to get a tattoo, we view ink on our bodies as a form of art or a trendy attribute. However, nowadays, tattoos can have a more practical meaning. They can help people cope with grief and loss and honor the memory of their loved ones. Psychiatrists claim that they can also better understand the personality of their patients while talking about their tattoos.
Belgian artist who calls herself Planet Prudence has always dreamed of earning enough money with her talent. Now, her Instagram page has more than 500 thousand subscribers and she has recently published a book with her own illustrations! The artist draws positive and ironic pictures about a charming girl with blue hair. Her character is a feminist who doesn’t want to grow up, loves her body and cats, and, just like many of us, is not sure that she fits the standards accepted by society. Anyway, she is easy to be friends with and she is never boring. Enjoy the company of this blue-haired rebel!
Colm Cuffe is from Galway, Ireland, where he works as an elementary school teacher. It’s not easy to raise and teach future generations, so to alleviate some of his stress Colm draws comics about his life at school and a lot of people will find the situations he describes very familiar.
Art is a reflection of society and time, and let’s accept that we do not live in a perfect world. Illustrators from different countries are using their art to depict the problems that we are facing. While some draw our attention to environmental problems, others try to show the horrific effects of everyday social inequality in the hopes that we will be more open to accept them and work toward a solution.
Fernanda Suarez is a young and talented digital artist from Santiago. She doesn’t use brushes or watercolor for her work, but it still comes out incredibly realistic. Inspired by the images of Disney princesses, Fernanda brought them into the 21st century. With the help of computer technologies, she created modern and bold images that were all united in one calendar. She even maintained each princesses character — looking at them, it’s easy to imagine Ariel having her blog or Rapunzel leading a travel program.
From relationship quirks that make you giggle to real-world incidences that we all can relate to, Malaysian couple Jason and Ymei became the star characters of the Internet-famous comics — all by accident, in fact. Back in 2013, when they were still in college, Jason started drawing cute stuff to make Ymei smile or to annoy her, and now over 580,000 followers love reading comics about them.
Many people get tattoos as a symbol of attractiveness or a way to show the world who they are. Sometimes it’s also because they want to commemorate something or someone. In other cases, tattoos help them cover up a bad memory or make fun of something negative that happened to them. Whatever the case, we gathered 16 images plus 2 bonus pictures that accurately show how amazing tattoos can be.
Imagine you’re an art detective, and your task is to explore the mysteries behind the world’s most famous paintings. I’m talking about works from Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Picasso. Grab your magnifying glass as this journey is about to begin.
Makeup had always been a very important aspect in people’s lives and especially for those who were in the public spotlight. Right now, makeup is accessible and affordable for everyone to get, and some people choose to create art with it. It’s not just a tool to make your face shine, while hiding a few blemishes, but also a way to convey your emotions. And that’s what some 3D makeup artists out there are trying to do through their art.
There is a scarcity of individuals who can perceive events and phenomena through various angles. Unveiling the unconventional, artist Anton Gudim invites us to see life from fresh perspectives, shared through his vibrant Instagram account.
There is a massive debate at the moment about whether AI-generated art should be considered art at all. And while we can’t be the judges of that, we can surely test this powerful tool’s abilities. From making artwork to writing new songs, AI is here to stay, and it will only become more powerful in the coming years. That’s why we experimented with it a bit and imagined what some famous faces in paintings would look like as real people in this day and age.
Street art has emerged as a powerful form of artistic expression, leaving an indelible mark on both urban landscapes and popular culture. It continues to push boundaries. Its profound influence on contemporary art, cultural discourse, urban environments cannot be understated, and it also has a huge effect on people’s minds.
As a Singaporean, if I ever needed to join a wedding like so in Singapore, I will break down in laughter before asking the couple if they are crazy or they didn't tell me that the wedding was indoors. You simply can't survive like that
Whether it’s a piece of bark or a fallen branch, we often ignore these things and leave them lying on the ground. But artist Debra Bernier sees a whole heart beating inside these discarded pieces. She uses her magical talent and turns bark and branches into spectacular driftwood sculptures. Let’s take a look at some spirits of nature and get a sense of how human features are fused together with natural material.
Modern technology has changed our lives in both good and bad ways. It has simplified the access to many sources for all sorts of information. However, we may not even notice when technology starts changing our relationships, our friendships, the communication between people, and our general well-being. Are our laptops, TVs, smartphones, and video games really an adequate replacement for family and friends? Maybe it’s time for all of us to think about this before it’s too late.
It is great when you can deal with difficulties with a sense of humor and it is even better when you can draw. Artist Anastasiya Lykova got lucky: she has a son and she knows for a fact how entertaining, and sometimes difficult, parenting can be. And Anastasiya creates cool pictures about the situations that every mother can relate to.
A day of a mother is full of adventures and surprises. The comics, Marie About Parenthood, just prove that to be true. Their creator, Maria, lives in Russia and raises 2 daughters that are 2 and 4 years old. Each of her illustrations shows the bittersweet truth about family life but they’re also full of humor and self-irony.
Our beloved princesses are always good, kind, and considerate to others. They give sweet smiles, have eyes full of affection, and boast expressions that show love. But what if they were the bad guys in the movie? What would they look like if they were villains? What would they wear?
Upon reaching a certain age, our tastes start changing. Some things become unimportant, while others take on much more significance. The age of 25 is one such divide, and it’s funny to take a look at what it’s like to cross it.
There is some art that shows its creator’s soul. One of these artists is the talented Soosh. Over 200,000 people follow her on Instagram. And we understand why: Soosh draws some invisible but incredibly important things like love, support, and coziness.
Let’s admit it: being a woman is an uphill task. Despite the fact that we all are unique, we still continue to face the same issues, like the sudden appearance of blemishes that pop up before a date, laziness when it comes to shaving our legs in the winter, and periods that are there, just in time for vacation. The artist who is hiding behind the BLOOME SPACE nickname is sure that we won’t be able to overcome them without a little self-irony. And that’s what her comics, that’ll make you feel like she’s been eavesdropping on your life, are all about.
Tattoos are so popular that, for example, Americans spend $1.65 billion on them every year. As we know, cats are popular too. And real magic happens when these 2 things combine into one. We get great and unusual images of fluffies that perfectly emphasize their grace, sweetness and beauty.
From drawing real-life situations to random mermaid problems, this Polish artist from the UK draws everything. There are no limits to the themes Natalia Trykowska (also known as Verauko) explores in her illustrations. She regularly draws these comics and has already earned herself 48K Instagram followers.
A tattoo is not only a way of self-expression but also an opportunity to decorate a place on the body where there are scars or burns. In this article we will show you people who didn't let the flaws of their bodies become a problem and even highlighted them with unusual tattoos. They are bold, beautiful, and inspiring.
Benjamin Hed is a talented illustrator whose comics inspire us, cheer us up, and teach us to appreciate the simple pleasures in our lives. His pictures depicting a tiny kitten and an intimidating German shepherd aren’t an exception to the rule: they’re full of funny jokes, touching moments, and positive emotions.