For the uninitiated, quilling or paper filigree is a form of art used for making decorative designs. It entails rolling, looping, curling, twisting, shaping and glueing together of paper strips.
Month: February 2018
Don’t you get awestruck seeing glossy magazines full of gourmet foods in fine dining restaurants that are so beautifully presented? Although you may have had the best dishes in the world, it is the art of plating that makes a difference in the dining experience.
Aren’t we always on the lookout for easing our day to day existence? Well, here are seven products or inventions that are set to revolutionize the world:
Imagine a street artist, who is only known by his initials, JPS, is making waves on the social media, as his art depicts not only things he loves, but even his bad memories! This makes his work quite different from rest of the artist of his genre.
If the name White on Rice has got you wondering what it’s all about, you obviously are no fan of origami. Yes, origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding that thrills us to this day.
Grotesque may not be the right word for what Mimi Choi does to her face and hands. But this is exactly what comes to mind when you see the handiwork of this 31-year-old Canadian makeup artist from Vancouver.
Most people run to the kitchen to get a scrubber to wipe out whatever has been spilt on the dining table or any other surface, but not Giulia Bernardelli. She possesses the creative eye to turn this ugly patch into works of art!
You are blind and don’t want to forever flail your guide cane to find your way or spot obstacles in front of you. So, what are you to do? Well, find a guide dog. And what if you have a dog phobia? Then do what Mohammed Salim Patel did.
It was a time when most of us weren’t even born. It was also the time when animals were treated like animals and there was no PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to look after their well-being. The Soviet Union of that era took the initiative to send dogs into space as part …
Little incidents in life can shape destiny. This rings so true in the case of Josh Carte. Had it not been for a chance visit to the chainsaw shop owned by his best friend, he wouldn’t have become the celebrated chainsaw sculptor that he is today.
As if Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the iconic 829.8-meter (2,722-foot) structure – the tallest in the world, was not enough, the city has come out with another gigantic marvel. This time it is the Dubai Frame.