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365 Days Of Art: A Fun Activity Book To Help Adults Stay Creative And Artsy

365 Days Of Art: A Fun Activity Book To Help Adults Stay Creative And Artsy A common complain among grown-ups with full-time jobs is that they no longer have time to get in touch with their creative selves, the way they did when they were still in school. If you miss working on creative, artsy […]

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he best cases for Samsung Galaxy S8(1)

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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This campaign of painting sport courts represents gender inequality in sport

Inequality between men and women is also present in the world of sport. ESPNW decided to denounce this in a very original manner: painting these differences in sport courts and tracks. In this way, they took advantage of the divisions each of these spaces have to represent data such as the tournaments that pay higher […]

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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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“The best and worst photos” the Getty Images campaign that displays our world’s injustices

Besides being a portal where we can find a multitude of pictures for our projects, Getty Images also has an archive of images of current news that take some distance form this happy and perfect world of the typical stock pictures. This is the duality people of DDB Argentina plays with, for the famous photography […]

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Lora Zombie, the artist of magic colorful unicorns

Lora Zombie is the artist that surprised the world with her great talent to create graphic works combining all kinds of techniques. With no academic training but with a great imagination and domain of plastic technics she has accomplished to create a unique style followed by millions of fans worldwide. Influenced by the style of […]

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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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