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.
Mimi N is an artist from Indonesia who continues to take part in the SUN Project and to post her illustrations devoted to social problems. In her pictures, she shows such pernicious feelings and emotions that people don’t usually discuss, though we all experience them from time to time.
In the World of Disney, stories are beautiful and always have a happy ending with “they lived happily ever after.” But there is one artist who wondered what it would be like to contrast these amazing stories of the Disney characters with the reality that we live in today.
It might be not that easy to maintain your self-confidence when there are so many double standards, stereotypes, and expectations. This is exactly what illustrations by artist Lainey Molnar are about. They are about freedom of choice, self-acceptance, relationships, and career expectations. They show how women are perceived by modern society and what pressure they experience.
It’s puzzling how the brightest stars often fade too soon, leaving us heartbroken. Think of artists like Kurt Cobain, whose music still resonates; Amy Winehouse, whose soulful voice lingers; and Lady Diana, whose grace inspires. They’re gone, but their legacies live on in our hearts and minds.In this age of rapid technological advancement, where Artificial Intelligence pushes the boundaries of what’s possible, we find ourselves asking intriguing questions. Questions like, “What would these celestial talents, who departed too early, look like today?” It’s a query that sparks the imagination and stirs a profound sense of curiosity.Enter Hidreley Diao, a visionary and pioneer in the realm of AI-driven creativity. Diao embarked on a mission to unlock the secrets of time and space, harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence to provide us with a glimpse into an alternate reality—a reality where our departed stars live on, where their faces reflect the wisdom of years they were denied.With a delicate touch of nostalgia, we, the storytellers at Bright Side, are honored to share Diao’s remarkable work with our cherished readers. Through his digital wizardry, Diao has conjured images that answer the tantalizing “what if” question that lingers in the hearts of so many. What if these iconic figures had the opportunity to age gracefully, to evolve alongside us, and to continue their artistic journey?
Mary Park, an artist from California known under the name Murrz, illustrates her life honestly and with a great sense of humor. This is why people online really love her work. In many of her comics, you will recognize yourself, and if you don’t, they will at least put you in a good mood.
Artist Olga Alekseeva draws comics about motherhood. Her works are made up of the bits and pieces of craziness and chaos found in any home where kids live. Olga has 2 sons who are her source of inspiration. If you have kids, you’ll definitely recognize yourself in these illustrations. If not, you’ll simply have another reason to laugh.
Gerhard Haderer is a famous Austrian artist who began his career as an illustrator for advertising agencies. In 1985, when he got tired of doing commercial projects, Haderer decided to dedicate himself to satiric illustration. For more than 30 years, he has drawn thousands of honest caricatures. In 2005, he was sentenced to 6 months in jail for blasphemy after writing his book, The Life of Jesus. But that didn’t stop Haderer from continuing to be creative. On the contrary, the 67-year-old Austrian artist continued to draw the modern world with all sincerity and fearlessness. He also continues to bring attention to acute political and social issues in the monthly comic book, MOFF which is published by Scherz & Schund Fabrik.
We often see a celebrity outfit and fall in love with it, but it’s just unattainable for one reason or another. Well, with a generous dose of creativity, resourcefulness, and a good sense of humor, Bodi Imită came up with a solution to that problem. He uses everything at hand to recreate looks from those in the spotlight, from Beyoncé to Cristiano Ronaldo.
Time really flies these days. Back in the Middle Ages, it’d take a century for the world to change ever so slightly. But now, every new decade seems like a new era. Come on, admit it — as recently as 2009, we used to live in a totally different reality without Instagram or Game of Thrones. But today, it feels like these things have been around forever!
Oftentimes being an expert in a certain profession turns you into a superhero to those who are around you. However, these people somehow always expect you to know, do, and be ready to help, even with things that are completely out of the realm of your expertise: a system administrator should be able to repair anything technical, while an accountant should be able to help with any kind of calculations, instantly and without any mistakes.
Some things are best left in past, but there are certainly many things we miss about being 20. The new responsibilities we get when we are 30 means that we can’t do everything that we used to. This is something that our bodies like to remind us about too! But it’s not all bad news, there are so many joys of being 30 that we can still appreciate.
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.
The Barbie dolls we all knew growing up don’t show what women are like today. Upon looking at them, it’s striking how they look more like an oddly sensual, alien-like woman with oversized lips, rather than the 12-year-old girl they’re supposed to represent. Bothered by this, Sonia Singh, an artist from Tasmania, set out on a quest to local thrift stores. Her goal was to find dolls that desperately needed a makeover to tone down their exaggerated features.
Artist Sonia Singh, frustrated by the overly made up appearance of dolls, embarked on a mission to transform them into more age-appropriate and natural representations of young girls. She scoured local thrift shops to find dolls in need of a “make-under,” and created an empowering project that has thousands of followers on social media.
Without a doubt, every body is beautiful, yet individuals with scars or visible marks may struggle to see it that way. Keeping this in mind, Marta Madrigal, a skilled tattoo artist in France, is using her incredible talent to work wonders by concealing scars and other body marks with exquisite tattoos. Let us tell you more about her passion and show her incredible work in our interview.
The idea of time travel has long captivated human imagination, and recently, a peculiar theory has surfaced: the presence of iPhones in old paintings. In this article, we will explore four historical paintings that seemingly depict anachronistic iPhones and discuss the opinions of experts regarding this intriguing phenomenon.
In Vietnam, tattoo artist Ngoc Like uses her talent to help people conceal scars and marks with beautiful tattoos, helping them regain confidence and feel better about their bodies. Inside, you can check out some of her awesome work and read our exclusive interview with her.
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.
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?
In the view of Waldemar Kazak, an artist from Russia, the first task of all art is to make a strong impression on people. All those who have ever seen his illustrations find them to be shocking in one way or another. Kazak himself argues that his work is satirical, depicting ordinary life with a slightly comical bent. He admits that in some way his art is also a form of defence against a ’predatory outside world.’
An artist from Belgium known as Planet Prudence creates honest pictures that many women love because of their positivity. Of course, it’s not easy to be a woman, but it’s much easier when you have a good sense of humor.
In the world of Disney, everything goes the usual way — a beautiful princess can’t wait to meet her prince on a white horse, and the prince himself is ready to do anything to finally get to the love of his life. But artist TT Bret decided to challenge this order of things and make some cartoon characters switch their genders. She shared the results on her page “Let There Be Doodles,” and we can’t wait to show them to you.
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.
Lainey Molnar is a talented artist whose pictures encourage women from all over the world to leave stereotypes, double standards, and expectations about society behind so that you can be yourself and enjoy life.
We’ve all watched animated characters during our childhood. Yes, depending on when you were born, you might have seen different ones, but no child in the world is immune to the power of cartoons. Hidreley Diao, the creator of the Instagram account hidreley, came up with a very peculiar one to take us back to our childhood years using cartoons.
“Show me a man with a tattoo and I’ll show you a man with an interesting past,” said Jack London. But nowadays tattoos are not just symbols of vast life experience. According to Statista, the main reasons for getting a tattoo are to express personal style and opinion and to pay tribute to one’s children. People also get tattoos in memory of their relatives or friends and to open a new chapter in their lives.
Living a healthy lifestyle is very popular now, so don’t be surprised if you see people going to the gym at every second of the day. It doesn’t take most people very long to really get into their stride when they start a serious exercise regime. But let’s go back to the early days, when everyone bought their first membership and tried to do a crunch.
When we hear the word “cosplay,” we may imagine costumes that require a lot of money, time, and effort to prepare. But some creative minds can really turn this activity into a lot of fun by using everyday things. For example, Riley, a girl from Australia, demonstrates the power of budget cosplay by showing that noodles can make great hair and a pot is as stylish as a designer hat. And we know you will have a hard time trying to find the difference.
So you want a tattoo but are afraid it will infringe on your feminine style? Sure, it can be a challenge to find something simple yet sophisticated. But these tattoo artists show how elegant and exclusive some tattoos can be.
George Orwell’s finger bones had blue circles tattooed on them, Winston Churchill had an anchor on his shoulder, and the characters of our article also wanted to have some significant tattoos that they could proudly show to their descendants, but at some point, everything went wrong.