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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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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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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 – 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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Woof! Art for dogs only

Art that smells like sausages, facilities that are giant bowls of food filled with balls and cars with fans and windows wide open. Who said dogs can’t enjoy art? This is an awesome experiment developed last summer in London by the British designer Dominic Wilcox. We’ll let you know how “Art for dogs” is like […]

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Hula, art on a surfboard

The artist Sea Yoro unites his two great passions –surf and graffiti– to create semi-submerged murals. Sean Yoro was born in Oahu, the most populated isle of Hawaii, so he was born surrounded by surf. He spent his childhood on top of a surfboard and during his adolescence he discovered his passion for graffiti and […]

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5 cool phone cases to reflect your unique style

Surely more than once you’ve seen a lot of people with the traditional and boring black case for their smartphones. Maybe even you have used one of these thinking the world didn’t have anything better to offer. But this doesn’t have to be like that. There are now an infinity of cases available for your […]

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Bet you can’t find him! The ‘invisible’ art of Liu Bolin

Liu Bolin is a Chinese artist, sculptor and photographer. He got his Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts from the Arts School of Shandong University, and a Master Degree in Fine Arts from the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2001. He is also known as “the invisible artist” for his photographic series “Hiding in […]

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The inner beauty of Nychos’ art

The urban artist Nychos creates big murals of animals and humans split in half that allow you to see their inner anatomy. These works include extremely detailed bone structures and circulatory systems.   Nychos’ urban art not only is a street intervention. Actually, Nychos stablished in 2005 the “Rabbit Eye Movement” that began as an […]

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