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.
Month: May 2020
Tee Ken Ng, is a graphic designer, a video producer, a stop-motion animator, and a visual artist, all rolled into one. This expert animator creates short videos by incorporating stop-motion technology to create optical illusions. His use of phenakistoscope, a device that creates a fluent illusion of motion, is something to be seen to be …
Fashion designing has come a long way from sketching designs by hand to utilizing 3D printing for creating them. And the pioneer for the use of this technology in fashion designing is none other than Iris van Herpen. But this is not her only claim to fame, she’s one of the fashions most gifted creators …
It’s really a wonder how a kid born in a low-income family in Egba in Lagos, Nigeria, has now already become a celebrated artist at the tender age of thirteen! He is Waris Olamilekan Kareem, who identifies himself as Waspa on his Instagram page.
The art of creating paper designs by cutting paper in a specific manner has evolved globally in a major way over several centuries. The sheer beauty of paper cutting and paper sculptures is beyond compare. What Diana Beltran Herrera does, adds to their charm.
If you’re a fan of action comics, then Wizyakuza is for you. His sketches are so action-packed that they simply grab eyeballs. Wizyakuza’s real name is Ceasar Ian Muyuela and he’s a digital illustrator and artist from San Mateo, Rizal, the Philippines.
If you’ve got a green thumb and are into gardening, there’s every chance you’re familiar with one of the most beautiful and delicate flowers in the world…yes, the tulip. There are about 100 species of this flower, which are native to Eurasia from where they’ve spread to many other countries of the world.
Japanese cartoons, especially the kawaii characters, are a rage worldwide and the Japanese companies that’ve the best collection of these characters are Sanrio and San-X. However, turning these cartoons into puppets is a different ball game altogether. The honor for this goes to Wasu, a Japanese paper puppet creator.
Visit Amber Griffiths Instagram page and you’ll be shocked to find embroidery hoops displaying human anatomical parts in all their details. Such is the talent possessed by this embroidery artist from Shropshire, England.
New to Funko Pop? Well, Funko Inc. is an American company that manufactures pop culture collectibles, such as vinyl figurines and bobbleheads. So cute and charming are these figurines that one gets tempted to own each and every one of them.
If one is passionate about something, it becomes one’s life’s ambition. So is the case with Mariusz Uryszek, an artist and illustrator, who was passionate about architecture since his childhood. His renderings in ink of architecture, both old and new, are so detailed and real that they seem like photographs.