If you were into Pokémon games in the 1990s, you’d certainly be aware of Pokémon Trading Card Game cards that had caught the imagination of gamers. These Pokémon cards were launched in October 1996. Such was their popularity that by the end of March 2019, a whopping 27.2 billion have been sold worldwide.
By her own admission, Viola Pyak is obsessed with hair. Expert in hairstyles art, this Russian hairstylist specializes in braids and other hairstyles designs. According to her, the braid is the most popular form and most suited hairstyles for girls, as far as hairstyles of 2019 go.
Tiurina Marija’s fascinating crowded scenes are enough to ignite the dullest minds. This artist and illustrator from Lithuania, who resides and works in London, UK, explains her work on her website, thus, “My main areas of creative focus are digital illustration and watercolor paintings. However, I also step outside those fields to play around with …
Real jewelry is what every woman really cherishes. But here’s a jewelry designer who creates beautiful jewelry pieces with the wire that is so meticulously made they look absolutely stunning. She’s Anastasiya Ivanova, who was born in 1983 and lives in Novosibirsk, Russia.
“The world on your finger” is what these rings literally exemplify, simply because each one of them contains a piece of nature. Created by Secret Wood, a Canadian company based in Vancouver, these handmade rings are unique.
It’s a common perception among most that the thinner the brushstrokes, the more intricate and classier a painting is. However, Angela Moulton has turned this perception on its head. Her beautiful paintings, rendered in thick brushstrokes, are a testimony to this.
Ever heard of macramé? Well, it’s the art of knotting string in patterns to make decorative articles. And how Sandra de Groot does it is certain to leave you agape! This Dutch artist creates soft macramé sculptures in the form of elaborate headpieces and ornate armor-like tops.
If there’s a term ‘tress master’, it’ll be completely appropriate for this amazing artist named Helen Morgun. This is because, this Russian artist is a lover of colorful hair and likes to imagine the present-day celebrities, mainly women celebrities, as her favorite princesses. And the way she paints them, beautiful tresses and all, is something …
Mention miniatures and the name of Caroline McFarlane-Watts is certain to figure. So realistic and detailed are the miniatures of this miniaturist, sculptor, and writer that they got her a break in the art department of Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios to help create a miniature scale model of Hogsmeade village.
It had to happen sooner or later…yes, origami being mated with geometry! It’s thanks to Anna Kruhelska, visual artist and a practicing architect, who developed this unique style. She’s an expert in art and design and uses her expertise and creativity to create origami in geometric patterns.
The works of Aravis Dolmenna literally ooze creativity. This is because her compositions use fluids and liquids of all kinds. This has helped her build a unique brand identity that people immediately recognize. What’s great about her creations is the diversity it displays.