If you’re a fan of Game of Thrones, you certainly must be having the shooting destinations of this full-of-intrigue fantasy drama television series on your must-visit list. This list may include some of the most scenic, as well as desolate destinations, such as Alcázar of Seville, Spain; Itzurun Beach, Zumaia, Spain; Los Barruecos, Spain; Kirkjufell, …
Ever heard of kirie? It’s the Japanese art of paper cutting and literally means ‘cut picture’. This traditional craft is certainly not easy to accomplish. Imagine placing intricate cuts in a single sheet of white paper to create something that stands out in stark details against a dark background.
Luigi Kemo Volo, popularly known as Kemo, is an illustrator and a photographer, whose unique interactive intermingling of drawing and photography is making waves on the internet.
With mother an art professor and a painter, it wouldn’t have taken much time for Marie-Pascale Gautheron (MP Gautheron) to decide what she wants to become when she grows up. And her decision to follow in her mother’s footsteps was taken not to continue her family’s artistic legacy, but to follow her very own artistic …
Of all the paper artists you may have seen, he must be one of the most unique. His name is Matthew Shilan, popularly known as Matt Shilan. And his claim to fame is his original creation called ‘Misfold’, completely designed by him that has swept the viewers off their feet.
What you’d probably throw in trash, she uses it in her art! Meet Martha Haversham, who describes herself as UK interdisciplinary artist, who’s not only trained in conceptual and visual art, but in dance too!
People from time immemorial have been fascinated by death, the great unknown. Countless mythologies, beliefs and legends are woven around this reality of life in many cultures and one of them is that of the Grim Reaper. It’s said that Grim Reaper appears before those who are destined to die.
Marco Grassi enjoys a following of over 400,000 fans on Instagram alone. And not without a reason. This portrait artist is so realistic in his portrait paintings that it becomes difficult to distinguish them from actual photographs. The only giveaway is the out-of-place elements that each portrait displays.
When you stay in a place surrounded by beautiful lakes, dense forests and scenic mountains, it’s but natural to imbibe nature’s beauty and express it in endearing forms. This woman from Sweden, who lives in such a beautiful place, does it in a unique way.
Remember how you used your school chalkboard to draw figures on it with chalk, while the teacher was away! It certainly used to be fun. It seems David Zinn never got over this fun! Now, instead of a chalkboard in the classroom, this freelance illustrator and street artist uses the city sidewalks to create his …
Ceramic pots and vessels certainly have a class of their own. Taking this art to another level is Anna Whitehouse, a UK-based ceramic artist. She’s not only a master ceramist but is also up for any challenge in her chosen field.