It’s incredible what people can do using their hands. Some hands perform surgeries and extinguish fires. Others draw beautiful landscapes, harvest crops from lands, or turn wood into furniture, sculptures, houses, guitars, you name it. This post is all about celebrating the latter – the art and craft of woodworking. Continue reading »
If you’ve ever learned to draw, you know it’s not easy (unless you were born a Da Vinci). South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun (안재현) will clearly show you how to feel and correctly depict the structure of an object. This will help you learn and improve your drawing skills. Continue reading »
Artist Creates Extremely Realistic Digital Illustrations And Shows The Initial Sketch And The End Result
In practice, the advent of photography exchanged the need for drawings and paintings, as cameras can do the better job much quicker. Continue reading »
“In drawing from this book, copy the last diagram, or finished picture, of the particular series before you,” advises American artist E.G. Lutz (August 26, 1868 — March 30, 1951) in the introduction to his first book What To Draw and How To Draw It (1913). Continue reading »
Unlike other clocks that require a simple glance and a split-second to tell the time, the Albert Clock wants your focused and undivided attention. It also wants to sharpen your math skills, whether you like it or not. This digital wall clock, created by designer Axel Schindlbeck for MNTNT, keeps the brain waves active by presenting you with mathematical equations that you’d have to solve to know what time it is. Goodbye, spoon-feeding! Continue reading »
Viktoria Solidarnyh is a Ukrainian digital artist that has completely mastered photo manipulation. She combines multiple images together to create mystifying scenes, with each of her images taking on a fairytale-like theme. Have a look at some of her best work, in final and deconstructed form, below. Continue reading »
Photographer Skyler Adams decided to put her skills to the test when she took pictures with nothing but a one dollar camera for an entire month. She bought a Canon Sure Shot for only $1 along with an expired roll of film, and she got to work. Film processing and scanning was $8 more, so Skyler spent $10 for the whole experiment. Continue reading »
Have you heard about the ‘365 challenge’? The one where you’re supposed to do something every single day for one year? These things actually work, and if done honestly, they can become a good way to hone your skills. That’s what Ukrainian copywriter Andrii Mischenko decided to do to flex his creativity muscles. Continue reading »
Most teachers can’t even draw a straight line using chalk, but somehow this teacher has managed to create educational masterpieces. Continue reading »
Lego is a phenomenal children’s toy. It’s little wonder then that both adults and kids enjoy playing around with it. It can help stimulate your imagination, your creative abilities, and your logical thinking. In turn, it can be used not only as a toy, but also as a great aid to learning both in the classroom and at home. Continue reading »
Lifeguards from the South Florida area gathered at the Juno Beach Pier on Tuesday to participate in a competition sponsored by the United States Lifesaving Association. In choppy waters they raced about two miles on their long boards around the pier and then ran 100 yards carrying their boards.
Photos by Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post.
Jen Noonan of Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue rides a wave toward the halfway point flag set up on the beach. Continue reading »