Artist Uses Her Hands As A Canvas To Show Her Hidden Worlds

Golsa Goldchini, an artist born in Tehran and now living in Milan, also creates art in an uncommon place. She paints miniature and realistic paintings on her own hands. Her art is very colorful and full of detail. The little paintings look like they’re popping off of her hand. Golsa creates all sorts of interesting art on unusual mediums, unleashing her creativity in many different ways. Continue reading »

“Stranger Than Paradise”: The Superb Urban Oil Paintings By Sebastián Velasco

The work of Sebastián Velasco includes a wide variety of themes and techniques, which range from contemporary figurative painting to illustration. He has received numerous awards among which is the first prize in the Second International Sports Drawing Contest of Catalonia or the first prize in the tenth Climent Muncunill Award for young artists. Continue reading »

Runner Uses The Streets Of San Francisco As His Canvas, Maps Out Artistic Designs With His Routes

Jogging is a truly healthy activity for both physical and mental health; we all know this already. For some people, it comes naturally. For others, it’s either a struggle not worth contemplating or just a little, well, boring. Continue reading »

Black & Light: A New Immersive Painting Inside An Inflated Canvas

Japanese-Brazilian artist Oscar Oiwa has created a new immersive installation that just opened in NYC. Spending over 100 hours, Oiwa and his team transformed a blank inflated canvas into a world of swirling, black and white cosmos that visitors can step inside of and explore on their own. Continue reading »

“If Life Was Made On Canvas”: Heartwarming Illustrations By Pascal Campion

How not to love a good set of heartwarming illustrations? Pascal Campion comes up with artworks that some of us will relate to. Like that time in your childhood when you would hangout with your buddies and explore the neighborhood… or that time when it was really snowy/rainy when you would sit by the window and think about life. Continue reading »

Into The Canvas: One Model, Incredible Makeup, And No Photoshop

Being André Derain

“Into the canvas. Half a year working with Andrew Kezzyn and Bella Grigoryants.

Standing in the middle of a DIY supermarket… It does not mean maintenance in your flat. It is preparation for going deep into the canvas. We have tried on the colour, the light, the perspective and the atmosphere of Neo-Classical painting. We have built the picture into its depth. Continue reading »

This Artist Duo Uses Face As A Canvas To Recreate Famous Classic Paintings

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Art has a different way of inspiring the audience, and for photographer Tatiana Jablonskaya and makeup artist Oksana Vinogradova, it inspired them to re-create paintings on a canvas they knows very well — on the face. The Belarus-based artists has taken classic paintings like Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”, Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”, Kazimir Malevich’s abstract paintings and transformed them into makeup masterpieces. Continue reading »

Once Upon A Canvas: Exploring Fairy Tale Masterpieces By Ivan Bilibin

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Ivan Bilibin was born in 1876 in St. Petersburg, Russia. His first inspiration for illustrating fairy tales came from the Russian folktales he was told growing up. He also had a great love for the remote Russian countryside, and incorporated the Russian landscape into many of his illustrations. Continue reading »

This Guy Uses Cardboard As His Artistic Tools And People’s Cars As His Canvas

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Photographer and artist Max Siedentopf has a number of hobbies, but his favorite, perhaps, is pimping cars. At night, Siedentopf walks the streets of Amsterdam adding custom cardboard headers, spoilers, and ground effects to strangers’ cars… Continue reading »

A Skilled Artist Uses His Classroom Chalkboard as a Constant Canvas

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The students in this classroom get treated to changing weekly artworks drawn in chalk and it definitely brightens up their otherwise dreary school days. Continue reading »

Artist Duo STALLMAN Create ‘Canvas On Edge’ Collection

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Artists Stephen Stum and Jason Hallman of STALLMAN, work together to create their “Canvas on Edge” collection. Continue reading »