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.
Being a girl can be tough at times, and Indian artist Amby Vaingankar, 24, knows this for sure. In her hilarious comics, she honestly depicts little dramas and dilemmas that ladies graciously tackle day by day. No matter what happens to the heroine of her stories, she always holds her head up high and inspires us to do the same.
Of course, we are all different. But there are a couple of things that are so typical to modern life, we have no other choice but to laugh at them with our friends. From trendy eating habits when people forgo carbs and dairy to new jeans that just don’t fit, these are the moments that artist and illustrator Sveta Dehtiar portrays in her comics. And her work is greatly appreciated by thousands of followers.
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.
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.
The illustrations of artist Lainey Molnar can appeal to every woman who has ever struggled with stereotypes and been exposed to societal pressures. We’ve selected a new batch of her work, which, as always, hits the nail on the head.
The gap between generations have always been there. But nowadays the world is changing so quickly, that our lives are completely different from what our parents had. Everything, from relationships to life goals, seems to be head over heels, but there’s at least one thing that will always remain the same, the love for family.
If we’ve learned anything from school, it’s that classrooms are full of very contrasting personalities. Among our classmates, we’d find the most brilliant student and the laziest one. We even shared desks with the class clown who made us laugh but was undoubtedly a pain for teachers.
Life is so full of everyday situations that we don’t even stop and think about them. We just deal with them and move on without a second thought. But there are some people who are so creative that they take these moments and turn them into an opportunity to make us smile. That’s what graphic designer Bella Sriwantana does. Instead of just writing down her everyday struggles in a diary, she uses them to create comics. And by that, we mean the struggles that most girls (if not all of them) have been through.
The illustrations made by the Polish artist named Pawel Kuczynski feature the acute satire of the reality of today. Between famine, war, economic instability, modern slavery, and problems between people — there are no taboo topics in his works. That’s why they move everyone and they are always relevant.
We get tattoos for various reasons: in order to capture our favorite characters, add some color, please someone we love, or just in order to be different from everyone else. But behind the tattoos of these people, there are whole stories. Some of them are sad, and some are kind, but all of them deserve your attention.
Raising kids is not only a huge responsibility but also an ongoing adventure and tons of fun! Maria Gorbunova, mother of 3 and part-time artist, proves this with her ongoing project on Instagram. These funny, true-to-life pictures will touch the heart of every mom on the planet!
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.
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.
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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?
Don’t be afraid of being alone — it’s an opportunity to finally be totally yourself.We at Bright Side decided to uncover all the truths about mischief we do when no one’s around. Will you be brave enough to confess the things you do?
We’ve previously featured the popular Israeli artist Yehuda Devir, the creator of an adorable series of comics about everyday life and adventures with his wife, Maya. Recently, the couple announced that they are expecting their first baby. The artist decided to share this happy news with us by creating illustrations that show the joyful and challenging moments of this beautiful journey.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Scientists say that new parents can’t expect a good night’s sleep before their kids turn 6. No wonder new parents are easy to spot by their tired look. And while the birth of a baby is a merry event, all moms and dads are real-life superheroes who make parenthood look like a walk in a park.
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!
“Pregnancy and parenthood is an amazing time. It’s fun, it’s bright, it’s like a paradise,” this is what most people that have no idea about parenthood think. But mothers know better. Mothers know that it can be hard and challenging at times. And they can really appreciate these true illustrations that show the most humorous side of their new life.