Tyler Thrasher would’ve been a computer animator after earning a college degree in computer animation, but this career had lost all appeal for him. It was the latent artist in him that had started asserting itself and prompted him to pursue art. So, he decided to become a freelance artist.
Month: May 2020
If a face can launch a thousand ships, then a facial expression can at least go viral on the internet. This is what happened when the photographs of Harold, a nickname given to a senior stock photography model, were put up on Facepunch by a user called Greenen72 in 2011 from the stock photo and …
It’s much less scandalous than lipstick on the collar, since Alexis Fraser, a Toronto, Canada-based artist, believes in putting her painted lips to the canvas instead! She calls her ingenious technique ‘kiss print pointillism’.
“My illustrations are personal snapshots of things I’ve seen” is how this amazing Dutch mixed media artist describes her incredible works of art on her website. She’s Natalie Ciccoricco, who was born and brought up in the Netherlands and is now based in California, USA.
Mention birdhouse and most people think of it as a box with a slanting roof resting on wooden walls with a hole on one side. Well, this used to be the conventional form of a birdhouse, but not anymore. This is because the revolutionary designs of Sourgrassbuilt birdhouses have turned the conventional birdhouses on their …
What do you do when you’ve lots of loose change, ample time on your hands, and oodles of patience? Well, you can follow Kelly Graham, the owner of Etsy shop, Camias Jewelry Designs. She went about gluing pennies to the floor to create a mosaic that’s really awesome to look at.
Technology is advancing at such a fast pace that it’s impossible to predict what next? You can only wait in excited anticipation of the new products that evolving technology will bring. One such is the new PlayStation 5 gaming technology.
Crochet is a difficult craft, but making micro crochet toys is downright tough as tough can be! So, what NansyOops – she goes by that name – does on such a micro-scale appears an impossible feat. Micro crocheting or knitting small, stuffed yarn creatures is basically a Japanese art called Amigurumi.
With Coronavirus pandemic being linked to bats, it certainly comes as a surprise that there’s an organization in Australia, called Bats QLD or Bats Queensland, that rescues and rehabilitates bats! And they’ve their reasons for doing so.
While most people take great pleasure in popping cells of a bubble wrap, this artist injects them with paints to create portraits and sceneries of astounding beauty. Imagine filling up the bubbles individually with paint to create a pixilated photorealistic picture! But this is what Bradley Hart does and how!
Wooden board games have a charm of their own. However, with the advent of plastics and cardboards, the use of wood in making such games was relegated to the background. But not anymore. Jonathan Dorthe is reviving the old charm of wooden games, such as tic-tac-toe board games and others.