Japanese Artist Realistically Carves Flower Artworks Out of Wood

You’ve probably heard of paper roses. But have you heard of wooden flowers? Japanese artist Yoshihiro Suda realistically carves flower artworks out of wood. African violet, rose and morning glory come to life in his wooden pieces that include leaf veins and even small punctures in the petals. Check out some of his delightful floral wood carvings below:       Suda’s works are currently featured in The Ginza Space […]

 

Gorgeous Portraits of Women Uniquely Drawn on Black Paper

We may have been used to seeing artworks drawn on white paper. But how about using a black canvass? London-based artist Zulf is introducing a new way of making art by drawing realistic illustrations on black paper. The artist makes use of light-colored pastels and charcoals to create portraits of women as if they are half-hidden in the shadows. Check out some of Zulf’s artworks below:     You may […]

 

10 Chic Ideas to Revamp your Favorite Guitar Collection

Well who would have thought that your well-loved guitars could be such a chic accent to your home?   1. Four glasses and a bottle of wine inside a guitar would be such a cool sight via thesmarttiles.com   2. You might end up stringing the lamp shade with this one via diytomake.com   3. Light your guitar up with simple bulbs   via refabdiaries.com   4.  Old pictures and an old guitar […]

 

Sweet Illustrations of a Human Communicating with his Adorable Dog

Dog lovers unite! Check out the following short comic strips that bring to life the day-to-day activities of Magnet Rocket and his dog since he was a puppy. In collaboration with Hey Buddy Comics, they were able to come up with adorable illustrations showing what could have been inside their conversations if he could literally communicate with his dog.       via Bored Panda

 

10 Creative Ideas That Really Make Sense

Humans can be so creative that when you see a unique product you would sometimes tell yourself, “Why didn’t I think of that?” You would catch yourself considering something really funny at first but ends up thinking that it actually works! Check out these creative ideas that really make sense:             Source: catchymemes.com

 

Valentines' Date Suggestion: A Visit to John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Shout to art enthusiasts out there looking for an ideal place to visit with your loved ones! You may want to try out the John Michael Kohler Arts Center located in Sheboygan, United States.   Since the 1970s, the Arts Center has been involved in the preservation, study, and exhibition of work by vernacular artists and has worked closely with Kohler Foundation, Inc. (KFI) to preserve the objects and environments […]

 

Self-Memo: Count Your Blessings

If there’s one thing that we can do to invite positive vibes into our lives is learning how to count our blessings instead of any worries that come our way. Liberate yourself from worries. Each day has always something to be grateful for. Remember that.     via Whoorl   via My New Favorite Day   via Meme   via Quote Master   via Autom   via Everyday Abiding   […]

 

A Daily Dose of "The Artidote" Pinches Every Reader's Heart and Very Soul

The Artidote is just like a breath of fresh air in the virtual world.  The account’s curator, Jovanny V. Ferreyra, perfectly matches inspirational quotes and statements with different artworks that really pinches your heart and your very soul.     The Artidote is “a space where to story-tell, empathize, bond and heal through art” and it truly lives up to this line. Check out some of his posts below as […]

 

Artistic Mom's Candid Illustrations of Expectation versus Reality

First time moms, nth time moms, and even dads can totally relate to these hilarious yet very candid illustrations made by Australian mom artist Paula Kuka. While browsing through her artworks, one will be able to catch a glimpse of a day in a life of moms who definitely deserve warm hugs and thousands of kisses! Check them out below:   Supermom in a fighting mode against an octopus!   […]

 

Interesting Interactive Installation with Detachable Hammocks for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta

The ‘Mi Casa, Your Casa’ is an interactive installation designed by Mexican designers Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The installation features more than 35 house-shaped red metallic structures with detachable hammocks. Visitors may want to check out this interesting project positioned around the Sifly Piazza and enjoy interacting with the environment using the materials provided by the center such as easels, […]