Only identified as Sofia Artiste on Instagram, it is her pencil sketches, both in color and black & white, that sets this 15-year-old apart from the rest. Still in her teens, she dreams of becoming a professional artist, when she grows up. However, one look at her works and it becomes evident that she probably …
Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra, as you know, constitute the art and science of space arrangement and spatial geometry that bestow tranquility to the dwellers and positive vibes to the surroundings. But, here is a company, that goes by the name of Sacred Light Design Co., that uses Sacred Geometry’s symmetry and elegant designs to …
Humankind has been searching for the mythical elixir of youth from time immemorial, without any luck. But, it seems a particular woman from China has found it at last! The 44-year-old Yang Dan, has been presenting weather for China’s state broadcaster CCTV-1 for the past 22 years. What is astounding is there seems to be …
The iconic scenes from movies stick in our minds, thanks to the excellent screenplay and cinematography. However, it is one thing to consign these scenes to memory, but quite another to recreate them using your own kids as the movie characters!
We always thought that the only 3D stuff that can be made out of paperis through origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. But, here is a person who creates amazing 3D figures via papercuts. So amazing, in fact, that the social media and the internet are a buzz with excitement over his creations.
Superimposing cut-outs or other items on scenes and then photographing them, to make them funny and pleasing, is nothing new. But, it is the sheer brilliance of Rich McCor and his keen visualizationin composing these shots that leave us in awe.
Age is certainly no barrier, if you are determined to do what you are passionate about. But, someone in her 90s and still volunteering for what she loves, certainly makes us sit up and take notice.
It is really beats logic how a mere cartoon catches the imagination of generations. It was in 1987, that Fido Dido, a cartoon with frizzy hair, came into the consciousness of the public through 7 Up ads. This cartoon character became famous as PepsiCo mascot for 7 Up and remains so till date.
A logo most of us have grown up with, the Lacoste’s iconic crocodile, is undergoing a change. This change is not part of the image makeover of the apparel company, but an initiative towards bringing about an awareness of the very survival of the endangered species of the world, 10 of them, to be precise.
We are usually familiar with designers who flaunt their designer clothes through the runway models or page three celebrities. We are also familiar with typical designer wedding dresses.
It requires a high level of visualization to make people smile, and that too, by adding just a pair of googly eyes to everyday objects we see outdoors. This trend, popularly known as ‘eyebombing’, was started in Scandinavia and is now being independently carried forward by Vanyu Krastev, a photographer, in Sofia, Bulgaria.