Creativity

Pantone Sample Versions of Art Masterpieces

Nick Smith‘s playfully arranges Pantone swatches to paper to re-create famous paintings from “Girl with a Pearl Earring” to “Mona Lisa.” Though his work uses broad swaths of colors, the pictures are still recognizable, looking almost like 8-bit art. He takes classic pieces and brings them into the 21st century, adding a little twist of tongue-in-cheek […]

The Beauty of Nature Encased in Glass

Though it may seem implausible, these translucent orbs bursting with activity and life are made entirely from glass. The New Jersey-based artist Paul Stankard, largely considered to be the father of modern glass paperweights, discovered in college the scientific glass blowing and the manual process of creating scientific instruments out of glass. He was instantly hooked […]

The World’s Hardest-Working Dogs

The working dogs of the world tend not to get as much time in the spotlight as their house-pet brothers and sisters. Photographer Andrew Fladeboe, however, is working to remedy this injustice by treating these dogs with the respect and artistry they deserve. Though his photo series is called “The Shepherd’s Realm,” the dogs aren’t […]

140-year-old Tree Reproduction

Recently unveiled at the MadArt space in Seattle, Middle Fork is the lastest sculptural work by artist John Grade who worked with countless volunteers to realize this enormous scale mold of a 140-year-old tree. The process began a year ago when Grade and a crew of assistants scaled a Western Hemlock tree in North Bend, […]

Three-dimensional Illusions

David Spriggs is known for his unusual large-scale installations, which meld a sense of intensity with a sense of delicacy. Spriggs’s technique presents remarkable three-dimensional inventions that is seemingly ephemeral in its translucence, but is created from multiple layered images that are suspended vertically, allowing the viewer to move about them. Using layered groups of […]

Wallwave Vibrations

Loris Cecchini has created a “tattoo in relief” which appears as a part of the very fabric, or skin, of the wall. Architecture relies on the logic of geometry—primarily linear and planar elements—yet here the artist utilizes the geometry of the sphere in a roughly circular composition. As a result, the sculpture seems to pulsate or […]

Blandscapes: photography or drawings?

Spanish-born, London-based artist Oriol Angrill Jorda  creates mixed-media drawings paintings that mimic various photographic effects, inciting a conversation about mechanized versus handmade artistic production. Working with primarily graphite and watercolor, Angrill Jorda’s drawings take the form of double-exposure photographs, negatives or out-of-focus photos. These technically impressive works serve as records of an invented reality, subverting […]

Anatomical Specimens Made from Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks

Chicago-based textile sculptor and artist Lana Crooks makes tiny sculptures from hand-dyed wool and silk that look both beautiful and creepy at the same time. Crooks painstakingly pieces together bits of fabric to create anatomically accurate bird and insect skulls. She will be showcasing her most recent work next month at the Modern Eden Gallery […]

Nerd Terrariums

Adding a little bit of the outdoors to your home is as easy as putting a terrarium on your coffee table. The self-contained ecosystems are small and simple to care for, and you can get cool geeky terrariums from Etsy seller Moss Love Terrariums with no work required except ordering and opening the package. The […]

San Francisco, 1 Man and 3000 Toothpicks

Thirty five years ago Scott Weaver  had already begun work on this insanely complex kinetic sculpture, Rolling through the Bay, that he continues to modify and expand even today. The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple “tours” that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco, all recreated with a little […]

Famous Photographers Behind Their Iconic Images

Unless you’re a photography buff, you probably have no idea what the people behind some of the most famous photos in the world actuall look like. US photographer Tim Mantoani, however, aims to fix all that with his epic “Behind Photographs” series. It all started in 2006, when Mantoani rented a 20×24 Polaroid camera (itself an […]

Steampunk Assemblages by Arturas Tamašauskas

Arturas Tamašauskas says that his favorite paintings are the ones that represent birds. “Bird is a strange mechanism” – he says. His paintings seem to be filled with strict forms, but also blurred, as if you were looking through the fog. He creates steampunk assemblages from metal parts. The artist crafts various metal animals, birds, and […]

Tea Bags Portrait

The Malaysian artist, Red Hong Yi, created an installation called “Teh Tarik Man” out of 20,000 teabags for the World Economic Forum in Davos last month. She says it took about two months to build the 10-foot by 7-foot piece, which ended up weighing more than 440 pounds. Hong Yi stained the teabags for the […]

Awsome 3D Calligraphy

My name is Tolga GİRGİN and I am working as an Electrical and Electronics Engineer in the beautiful city of Eskişehir, Turkey. I am interested in calligraphy as a hobby. Sometimes, if I have time I do custom works as a freelancer. I have been drawing sketches since my childhood in my spare times. I […]

Mechanical Drawings and Human Form by Atsushi Koyama

Although the meaning behind these oil paintings by Atsushi Koyama is somewhat ambiguous, it’s easy to appreciate the exactness of his paintbrush that colorfully and elegantly depicts mechanical diagrams mixed with anatomical illustrations. Born in Tokyo, Koyama holds both a BFA in art from Tama Art University and a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Tokyo […]

Alluminium Scultpures by Tatiana Blanco

Tatiana Blanco always refers to the figure in her sculptures. Her artwork is  influenced by real figures and her technique is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional form. She portrays her life expereience through human form and seeks to communicate through her figures’ body language. Communication between Tatiana Blanco and her artwork, and between her […]

Kintsugi: The Art of Broken Pieces

The Japanese art of Kintsugi, which means ‘golden joinery’ or ‘to patch with gold’, is all about turning ugly breaks into beautiful fixes. Most repairs hide themselves – the goal is usually to make something as good as new. Kintsugi proposes that repair can make things better than new. Kintsugi is a technique of repairing broken […]

Sculptures Full of Cities

Psychogeography is the act of exploring an urban environment with an emphasis on curiosity and drifting. Or, more colloquially put , a “toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities.” In his most recent series “Psychogeographies,” Dustin Yellin uses multiple layers of glass, each covered in detailed imagery, to create a single intricate, three-dimensional collage with […]

Nunzio Paci’s Paintings Merge Nature and Anatomy

Italian artist Nunzio Paci works with pencil and oil paints to create strange amalgamations of plants and animals in what he describes as an intent to “explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination.” Paci currently has a solo show including several of the pieces you see here […]

Matchboxes’ Art

Will Picaro is an artist based in Westfield, NJ. He is a freelance artist specializing in Matchbook decoration, he can  transform used  and brand new matchbooks into pocket-sized colorful portraits. He started drawing on matchbooks a little over two years ago  and has accumulated a large collection of animals, movie characters and his own renditions of famous works of art.   […]

Memorial Dice Portait

Canadian artist and designer Tobias Wong  died last year at the young age of 35, or more specifically, 13,138 days. In tribute, his friend Frederick McSwain  created this immense portrait of Wong entitled Die using 13,138 dices as part of the BrokenOff BrokenOff exhibition at Gallery R’Pure  in NYC in memoriam to the artist during […]

TheCreative Parchment Repair in Medieval Books

From the fifth through 13th centuries, parchment, made from animal skin, was used for pages of books. Parchment was strong, but the quality of it varied based on thickness, uniformity of color, and evenness of each page. While pages of books made with very high-quality parchment remain intact fairly well, poor-quality parchment had a tendency […]

Art Out of Every Little Thing

My name is Tatiana Khlopkova and I live in Minsk, Belarus. I create pictures which I myself call “something as something else”. I like to look at things from unexpected angles, to play with everyday objects, change their forms, colors, sizes, functions, find similarities and make connections. I believe that any object, terribly boring as […]

Light and Shadow’s Intersections

The Intersections project is a laser-cut black lacquer wood cube, designed by Anila Quayyum Agha, suspended from the ceiling and lit with a single light bulb that casts breathtaking 32-feet-by-34-feet shadows to create instant architecture in an otherwise empty room. My goal is to explore the binaries of public and private, light and shadow, and […]

Fine Art Doodle Drawings by Sagaki Keita

Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. Sagaki Keita‘s work simply look like recreations of the usual, old classics. But as you step closer, you’ll see that each one is actually composed […]

Mark Lovejoy’s Swirling Photographs of Mixed Paint

Working from his studio in Alpine, Texas, artist Mark Lovejoy creates richly textured images of mixed paint, but although he’s somewhat secretive about his process, one thing is clear: they aren’t just photographs of mixed paint. The act of creating the color formations alone sounds more like an act of chemistry than art as he […]

Imaginary Photography by Kyle Thompson

A couple of years ago, Kyle Thompson  became interested in photography. Unfortunately, his anxiety prevented him from talking to people, so he opted to experiment with self-portraits. He would spend hours, even days, walking alone through forests and exploring abandoned houses. He’s been to over 50 of them. After taking hundreds of photos, he posted […]

271 Years Before Pantone: the first Color Guide

In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit about the use of color in painting, but would go on to explain how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding one, […]

Otherworldly Vehicles By Modestas Malinauskas

Modestas Malinauskas is a Lithuanian artist who paints with oil. His canvases are professional and done using a difficult and original technique. They lead us to a shiny fantasy world full of powerful colors and positive energy of dreams and play. This paintings are fantastical in their use of vibrant colors and everyday objects transformed […]

Incredible Sand Sculpures

While Ray Villafane is best known for his expertise in the art of food carving, he is also recognized for his magnificent, remarkably realistic sand sculptures. Using just sand and water, the artist sculpts incredibly detailed figures that tower above him as he works. Funny-faced people, nativity scenes, and hellish creatures from Dante’sInferno appear so […]

Art, History and Racism

“I’ve always been fascinated by history: art history, American history, world history, individual history – how history is written, recorded, distorted, exploited, reimagined, and understood.  In my work I explore the materiality of reconstructive history.  I paint and I sculpt, often borrowing from the historical canon, and then alter the work in some way.  I […]

Colorful Oil Finger Paintings

One day while completing an oil painting of a field artist Iris Scott  needed to make a few quick adjustments to some yellow flowers but every brush at her disposal was stained a deep dark blue. Not wanting to stop and wash the brushes she decided to make a few quick touchups with her fingers, […]

Whimsical Objects Tranformations

Brazilian artist Camille Kachani  is sculptor who forms unusual objects based around themes of nature and art. He clashes the organic and the inorganic between the natural and unnatural by a process of brilliant artistic endeavors. Her fantastical touch transforms found, utilitarian objects into whimsical sculptures. Among his new works, the wooden bases of hammers, cabinet […]

Alice Finch builds LEGO Hogwarts

Alice Finch, a Seattle mom of two, combined her love of Harry Potter with Lego to create this incredibly detailed, approximately 400,000-piece model of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. No magic required!  It all started around 5 years ago when her eldest child was obsessed with Lego. They have a dedicated Lego building room, […]

Micro Watercolor Drawings

On January 1st of last year, Lorraine Loots decided to create one miniature painting a day for the 365 days. The resulting series, entitled Postcards for Ants, is truly incredible. ‘I challenged myself to created a miniature painting every single day for the entire year,’ Says Lorraine. ‘The project evolved and people started booking sentimental […]

Holographic Paintings

Thai artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew paints multiple layers of canvas, thread, fabric, and netting to create stunning works of three-dimensional art. Delicate and utterly unique, the paintings resemble shimmering holograms that subtly shift and transform when viewed from different angles. A pensive, melancholy figure is at the center of each mixed media piece. Rendered in impressively […]

Unusual Sculptures Chiseled from Wood by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki chisels these life-sized figurative sculptures out of giant pieces of camphor wood, a kind of evergreen. The strange pieces frequently involve two or more characters merged into a single form, which could been interpreted as commentary on mortality, or multiple personalities/perspectives. Kanemaki created a series of progress photos that show the […]

Tale You Lose | How coins become work of art

Would you choose one cent over another? Well maybe if it was one of Andre Levy ’s colourful hand-painted coins you would. This Brazilian artist transforms dull coin sculptures into colourful familiar faces from pop culture, taking them from lifeless items to vibrant one-in-a-million artworks. From Spiderman to Einstein, through Disney Characters, Harry Potter, Where is Waldo, […]

Rufus The Adventure of Sleeping Dog

Some dogs go on crazy adventures on their own, but Rufus has some help from his owner. He probably doesn’t realize it, but Sara Rehnmark dresses him up while he sleeps and posses him for cute pictures. Rufus the Pharaoh Hound gets to do human things like performing magic tricks, backpacking and… taking a dog […]

Dreamlike Selfportraits

Growing up, Canadian photographer Joel Robison was always a bit of a daydreamer. “I didn’t really feel connected to that part of my mind that was creative,” Joel recalls. “I didn’t feel inspired. One day, I came across Flickr and saw photos by people that were so creative, entertaining and engaging! It was like a light […]

20 Creative Ideas To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles

DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful. We’ve written posts about ways to recycle before, but it turns out there’s so much that you can do with recycle plastic bottles that they deserved their own post. The PET plastic that most plastic beverage bottles […]

Illusionary Street Art

Kurt Wenner, a former NASA employee, uses his mathematical expertise to produce each of his large-scale optical illusions. By calculating line, shape, and perspective, he carefully paints his elaborate floor and wall murals to trick the eye into believing the drawings are three-dimensional figures. His creations are further enlivened by people cleverly taking photos of […]

Melissa Jay Craig: Mushroom Book Installations

(S)Edition is an installation of 99 books made to look like common Amanita Muscaria mushrooms by Chicago artist Melissa Jay Craig. The installation has been shown in a various configurations the last few years, and only once in its entirety at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio back in 2010. From her statement about the […]

Moments Like These | Disney Character in a Real Black and White World

The New York photographer Harry McNally extracts Disney characters in their colorful universe and cleverly superimposed them on black and white urban scenes like the subway, a doctor’s office, or a nightclub. The essence of the characters takes a whole new flavor.   Source: wikigag

Creative Father Makes Crazy Photo Manipulations with His Three Daughters

John Wilhelm is a 44-year-old IT Director at a Swiss university with a passion for photography and digital art.  Some of his most wonderfully creative photo manipulations are of his girlfriend Judith and their three young daughters – Lou (5.5 years), Mila (2.8 years) and Yuna (6 months). John agreed to share his awesome work […]

33 Painfully True Facts About Everyday Life

Danish writer Mikael Wulff and cartoon artist Anders Morgenthaler – the creative duo known as Wumo – has created a brilliant series of graphs that illustrate some of the basic painful truths of everyday life in the Western world. Their graphs and diagrams are snarky and sarcastic but, for the most part, true. This, coupled with […]

Ekaterina Panikanova’s Paintings on Old Books

In her latest series entitled ‘Errata Corrige’, Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova explores the theme of childhood memories, inviting us to discover ourselves by reading behind the lines of our subconscious. Presented at Z2O Galleria during her first solo exhibition in Rome called ‘Un, due, tre, fuoco’, the series is a collection of aesthetic and conceptual works […]

The Disorienting Beauty of Spiral Staircases by Christian Richter

Christian Richter is a fine art architecture photographer based in the small town of Jeßnitz, Germany. A fan of exploring old, abandoned buildings, Richter has often come across tall spiral staircases that look both beautiful and disorienting when viewed from the very top looking down. These staircases form a photo series of his that is […]

Three Dimensional Animals Painted by Keng Lye

You won’t believe your eyes. The goldfish you see below is a still sculpture, made from cold resin and painted with acrylic paint. The sculpture is made by Singapore-based artist cum magician, Keng Lye, who captures aquatic animals in artistic, lifelike moments, that will truly boggle your mind. Take note that all of the following […]

Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

The sculptures and installations of Willy Verginer are estranged and introduce the viewer to a whole new dimension of magic suspension. Verginer develops an original and unique visual language that combines painting with the art of sculpting. Beginning with traditional wood work as it is practiced in his hometown he slowly detached himself from conventional […]

Tadao Cern’s Comfort Zone: Beach Series

While spending the weekend at the seaside, Lithuania-based photographer Tadao Cern started to closely observe the people on the beach. He was so inspired by what he saw he decided to return the following week with a camera. The photo series Comfort Zone is the result. Photographing each sunbather, un-staged, in the same way and from […]

Original cup and mug designs

For those of us who are addicted to our morning cups of coffee or tea, enjoying a steaming cup of something delicious in the morning can be a religious experience. If you feel as strongly about coffee or tea as I do, you will probably appreciate these creative cup and mug designs. Source: architecturendesign.net 1 | Happy […]

The Photographer Stuart Holroyd Helps Shelter Dogs Get Adopted With Amazing Portraits

When photographer Stuart Holroyd moved to Cyprus in March 2014, he heard about a woman named Kayte Wilson-Smith who runs a small rescue center for stray, abused, and/or abandoned dogs. It’s called Bay Tree Rescue, is funded entirely by Wilson-Smith’s pension and donations, and houses roughly 60 dogs at any given time. Holroyd wanted to get […]

Play Me, I’m Yours!

Touring internationally since 2008, Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. Reaching over six million people worldwide – more than 1,300 pianos have already been installed in 45 cities across the globe, from New York to London, bearing the simple instruction ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’. Located in public parks, bus […]

Recycling Old Light Bulbs

When your light bulb stops working, don’t hurry to throw it out – with just a little bit of work, you can give it a new life. There are plenty of creative and fun ways to upcycle this object into many useful things. From vases and candy containers to terrariums and ornaments, the lightbulb’s form lends […]

Wounderland: the strange and disturbing world of Mothmeister

If masks and taxidermy specimens freak you out, then you might want to stay away from Mothmeister. The boyfriend-and-girlfriend team operating under the name Mothmeister created a universe they call Wounderland (a play on “Wonderland,” obviously). Wounderland is where grotesquely-masked humanoids cavort with quasi-lifelike animals in barren settings. Somewhere between circus sideshow performers and post-apocalyptic mutants, the characters in Mothmeister’s photos […]

Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Food posts are always a special treat for the eyes, but this selection of Foodscapes by London-based photographer Carl Warner is definitely something different. Yes, that’s right – all of the pictures below are actually created out of fresh foods! Artist uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables […]

The 25 Most Popular Street Art Pieces of 2014

With the end of 2014, its time to reveal the 25 most popular street pieces that the readers of StreetArtNews ranked this year. With little to no surprise, Banksy takes the #1 spot with his spy stencil mural that was painted in Cheltenham, home of the UK Government Communications Headquarters. Compared to last year, a lot less of […]

20 Sculptures most creative in the world

A trip around the world in search of the most strange and bizarre sculptures.  1. Winterthur, Switzerland 2. Brussels, Belgium 3. Worclaw, Poland 4. Marseilles, France 5.Adelaide, Australia 6. Klaipeda, Lithuania 7. Philadelphia, USA   8. Budapest, Hungary 9. New York, USA 10. Cayala, Guatemala 11. Melbourne, Australia 12. Texas, USA 13. Prague, Czech Republic 14. […]

Feathers, Form and Function: New Cut Feather Artwork by Chris Maynardby

Using a small scalpel as his primary tool, artist Chris Maynard carves artwork out of feathers giving them new life on a canvas. “Each feather, though dead and discarded, keeps something of the bird’s essence,” Maynard tells us. Indeed, the colorful and sometimes humorous creations highlight the feather’s beauty but also encourages us to ponder […]

Surreal Paintings inspired by Science, Theories and Facts

Victor Fota is a visual artist from Romania. Born in 1989, he lives and works in Bucharest. He graduated from the department of restoration and conservation of art at the University of Arts in Bucharest in 2012. He is currently a candidate for an MA in the same specialization. He started working on this series of oil paintings, […]

The “Impressionist Experience” by photography

Photographer Richard Forestier collaborated with art director Aurélien Bigot to create a photo project titled “The Impressionist Experience”. The series tries to capture and turn real life into still images. Bigot uses the key characteristics of famous painters: religious pose, nudity, antique drapery, etc. “If we recreate scenes with those elements and shoot them with […]

What lies beneath the water’s surface

This is 34 incredible photos that reveal a glimpse of what lies beneath the water’s surface. You never know what lies below the surface!! Source: www.architecturendesign.net

Daily Critter Playing cards

    Playing cards is fun, but why can’t the playing cards themselves be fun? Introducing the Daily Critter playing cards. A deck of 54 illustrated puns! Every card was hand painted using water colors. Printed by the United States playing card company.       Source: www.kickstarter.com

Photos Depicting Toddlers as Seniors by Zachary Scott

A series of photographs by Zachary Scott depicts toddlers as seniors. Scott and his team used makeup, prosthetics, and photo manipulation to create the effect. The series was done for a New York Times feature on the topic of reverse aging and the connection between the mind and the body.       Source: www.laughingsquid.com

A miniature worlds by Alamedy Diorama

A talented artist from Ankara (Turkey) creates amazingly realistic miniatures and vignettes. All parts in these look like real, despite the fact that they are reduced by 24 times compared with the originals. Artist Alamedy engaged in the creation of miniatures, dioramas and vignettes. He now lives and works in Ankara, but the young man was […]

Photography Series about Dark Decayed Rooms by Kankrela

This is the photography series about dark decayed rooms.The author, the photographer, graphic designer and videographer, Kankrela made these photos during the last four years when she exploring many abandoned places in France to capture their past greatness. She want to convey that “end of civilization” feeling through her photography and show that everything is short-lived and […]

Creative Arts With Everyday Objects

Portuguese artist Victor Nunes creates amusing and playful drawings using just a black pen and bits of everyday objects. Scissors become a bicycle, lettuce turns into a dress and pop corn transforms into an elephant’s head – nothing is impossible with a wild imagination. Victor Nune makes everyday objects into Imaginative Illustrations. i hope you […]

Looking Up Hong Kong: Peter Stewart

Peter Stewart, a travel photographer based in Australia, has found a great way to make Hong Kong’s masses of repetitive high-rise apartment buildings interesting again. His “Stacked – Hong Kong” architectural photography series seeks out some of the most repetitive sights in Hong Kong and turns them into hypnotizing compositions. “All it takes really is […]

Mind’s Feelings by SirChild

His name is SirChild. He’s 23-years-old artist from Hungary. He has been making digital paintings for a year because he like expressing his feelings and experiences from his mind. He would like to create a colorful world and achieve something effective on people. Sometimes his artworks contain a little social criticism as well. Very beautiful! Source: www.boredpanda.com

The True Face Of Cartoon

As talented as the illustrators at Disney and Warner Brothers are, even they cannot draw their expressive characters out of thin air. They, and other professional animators, often use mirrors to model for themselves as they draw their characters’ frowns and grins. The sight of these legendary professionals form the 1950s and later sitting at […]

X-Ray Art

When an artist passes Nature through X-ray and colorizes the pictures obtained to create some amazing images of plants and animals… Creations made by Dutch artist Arie van’t Riet, a medical physicist with a PhD in radiology, who stumbled into the world of art. To achieve his fascinating images, Arie van’t Riet creates compositions with […]

Best Christmas Card by Peter Thorpe & Raggle

Bristol-based photographer Peter Thorpe has a great little tradition that he started 20 years ago. For his annual holiday card, he transforms Raggle, his dog, into various animals. He started this tradition with Paddy, and now continues with Raggle. Other photographers would often turn to Photoshop, but Peter uses real props instead. When the photos […]

Creative Mom Turns Her Baby’s Naptime Into Dream Adventures

Do babies dream when they sleep, or they simply rest peacefully? Queenie Liao, a free-lance artist and mother of three boys living in California, has tried to answer this question by sharing the adventurous dramas that her child Wengenn dreams of during his sleep. Combining artistry and imagination with photography, Queenie has created captivating photos using […]

Amazingly Disturbing Porcelain Figurines By Maria Rubinke

Maria Rubinke is a young Danish artist based in Copenhagen. She is best known for her porcelain figurines depicting gruesome scenes. We are sure these pieces of art will divide our readers in those who love them and those who are disgusted by them. By the way, these porcelain figurines are undeniably different from everything we’ve […]

The World’s Most Colorful Buildings

For some reason, most of the world seems to be stuck in a rut when it comes to building colors. But the buildings on this list abandon the usual grays, browns, yellows and whites for bold splashes of color. Most people would probably prefer having colorful buildings like these, but there are a few practical reasons […]

38 Clever Packaging!

It was 1035 when a Persian traveler walked into a market in Cairo and noted that vegetables, spices and hardware were wrapped in paper for the customers. This is the earliest record of packaging. Since then, packaging has evolved into a great industry that serves so many purposes for modern society, making package design one […]

20 Fabulous Balloon Decorations

Decorations, especially for celebrations are really hard to find because they need to be something creative and really unique at the same time if you want your guests to be impressed with something they haven’t seen before. One of the best decorations for celebrations and parties are the ones that people usually consider only as kids’ […]

Quilling Art

There are a lot of artists today making gorgeous and interesting work with this humble art form. For those who are unfamiliar with this technique, it involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. They can range from wall hangings, to cards, to 3D figurines and […]

27 Clever Inventions to make your life easier!

There are people, all over the world, who are inventing new products every day. Even if you’re not looking to make your life a lot easier you’ll want these 27 clever household items. Believe me, you’re going to want to buy everything on this list!   Source: www.architecturendesign.net

Creative Living

It is amazing when you put some little and creative table in your living room. A table can be really a decoration for your living room especially when it is with cool and unique design. We have tried in this post to show you 20 of the most coolest design of coffee table. Enjoy!!!       Source: www.worldinsidepictures.com

Good Lunch with Samantha Lee

“I’m always happy to inspire other mums out there to create cute food art for their kids. It doesn’t have to be done every day; just try it once in a while…” Samantha Lee Lee Samantha is a Malaysian mother who creates fun, creative and healthy meals for her two young daughters and over half […]

Creative Advertising

Everyone knows that advertising is boring , and often change the channel immediately. Advertisers know that today , in the digital age , it is increasingly difficult to attract people’s attention. The only solution to this problem is using creativity. Here are collected the last and the most well- managed advertising. Have fun! Pubb