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‘Largest’ Mural in the World

Misha Most, the artist behind Evolution-2, started painting during the dawn of the Russian street art movement in 1997. He later became a member of Moscow’s first graffiti team and his personal projects have been displayed in countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, USA, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and France. Now, 20 years on from his humble […]

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The best cases for Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+

There are many advantages of having a big screen, although sometimes they are difficult to protect, but that’s what cases are there for. They make smartphones more ergonomic, prevent damages caused by falls and besides you can have a case that matches your style.   If you’re one of those people that fell in love […]

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A group of artists give life to an Australian city thanks to street art

Many times what a city needs to keep its magic is a touch of art. This is what this group of 8 local and Berliner artists did in some alleys of the touristic Australian city of Byron Bay. Through a street art focused in light and color, “Elysium” aims to relive a forgotten zone of […]

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This graffiti artist uses art to defend her rights

Shamsia Hassani is an Afghan artist that uses graffiti to claim for women’s rights and freedom in a country where war hasn’t left any room for them. Using art as a means to protest in a country like Afghanistan is no easy task. Even less if you’re a woman. But this 29-old Afghan has set […]

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New Sketchbook-Based Ballpoint Pen Drawings by Nicolas V. Sanchez

New York City-based artist Nicolas V. Sanchez (previously) creates masterful drawings with only the aid of a few ballpoint pens, rendering unbelievably realistic portraits and still lifes in his many sketchbooks. Due to his precise application of highlights and shadows several of his works seem three-dimensional, such as the fruit bowl seen below which looks […]

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ArtsCase Talk – Jay Maninang

Jay Maninang aka silenTOP is an artist from Philippines. This Architectural visualizer, graphic designer and licensed architect is descendant of the famous Philippine painter Fabián de la Rosa. Jay has worked in a variety of big projects focused on architecture,interior design, landscaping, illustration and graphic presentations. We had a short talk with him and this […]

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ArtsCase Talk – Tummeow

He loves art as much as he loves amazing animals like cats. That’s the reason why most of his jobs are cat arts. He always spends his free time after work creating and launching his jobs. We would like to know more about you. For example, where are you from? Where do you currently live? […]

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ArtsCase Talk – Winya Sangsorn

  Welcome to the creepy world “Art of Winya”. He is an illustrator and designer from Chiang Mai,Thailand. He left a career in game design to pursue his own creative path. His interest in the undead comes from his fascination with evil. His art works as a symbolic way for the dead to live, this […]

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Living in environments with art improves health… and safety

Art has a positive effect on people and this is an undeniable fact. Without getting any further, there are therapies that use art as a mechanism to heal or treat specific ailments. A recent study has broadened these benefits to the point of affirming that equipping culturally and artistically a neighborhood has a clear influence […]

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ArtsCase Talk – Ann Marie Coolick

Ann Marie Coolick is an impasto painter from Arlington, VA focusing on geometric abstractions and expressionist landscapes using only palette knives and heavy body paint straight from the tube. She slathers frosting-like paint layer upon layer onto the canvas with paint running off the edges, resulting in a sculptural, three-dimensional appearance. Ann Marie was a […]

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