Art & Design

Mesmerizing Coffee Illustrations By Cinzia Bolognesi, The Proof That Coffee Boosts Creativity

Coffee has incredible powers. It has the ability to jumpstart our day and spark amazing conversations with people. And there is more superpower in a coffee mug than meets the eye – coffee also has the ability to make you more creative. Cinzia Bolognesi, an Italian illustrator and graphic designer, developed a morning ritual...
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Awesome New Miniature Watercolor Paintings By Lorraine Loots

We were first introduced to the work of South African artist Lorraine Loots through her 365 Postcards for Ants projects – amazing mini masterpieces that took our breath away. Using paint brushes, pencils and bare eyes Lorraine created amazing series of detailed miniature watercolor paintings scarcely larger than a small coin. We were fascinated...
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Spider Money Creates Magic With A Pen And An Amazing Dot Drawing Technique

When we’ve discovered Spider Money’s drawings we were amazed to see what can be achieved with a simple dot. A Bangkok-based illustrator and graphic designer, Spider Money creates amazing artworks using just a Micron pen and thousands upon thousands of tiny dots. With an unbelievable dot drawing technique, the artist produces stunning intricate drawings,...
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These Coffee Ring Drawings By Carter Asmann Are Proof That Nothing Brings Your Creativity Out Like Caffeine

There are many discussions on the link between coffee and creativity. Most people, including us, say that coffee brings out your creativity, while others argue the opposite, saying that caffeine inhibits it. We stumbled on Carter Asmann drawings and our thoughts immediately flew to this ‘debate’: what better proof that coffee helps creativity, inspire...
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Artist Leigh Reyes Awesomely Succeeds In Drawing And Writing On Water

Have you ever thought about drawing on water of even writing on water? Or have you ever at least played with water color? Wen I was a kid, I used to drip-drop some colored ink into the water and had fun just watching it disperse onto the surface of the water. We’ve found an...
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Baby Terrors By Alex Solis Re-imagines Famous Horror Characters As Babies

Baby Terrors by Alex Solis is one of the most creative, beautiful and funny series of illustrations that we’ve seen lately. Solis, a Chicago-based illustrator and graphic-designer with an original and very recognizable style, turns simple drawings into awesome finished pieces. Approaching a large variety of topics, his illustrations are distinguished by simplicity, creativity,...
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Singapore-Based Artist Ivan Hoo Creates Awesome Wood And Pencil Realistic Art

Today we are “supplementing” our list of realistic arts with a very talented artist, who managed already to put its mark on this kind of art that tricks the senses. Ivan Hoo, a young artist from Singapore, chose wood as a medium because of its texture and how it held color. Using pencils and...
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The Innovative Stencil Art Of Joe Iurato

Traditionally, stencil art is thought of as simple spray-paint on a thin sheet of card, plastic or metal with a pattern or letters cut out of it, producing the cut design on the surface below by the application of ink or paint through the holes, quickly and easily. Recently many artists have begun to...
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Heather Hansen Translates Dance Moves Into Charcoal Drawings

Bending in fluid motions with a piece of charcoal in her hands, Heather Hansen, a contemporary performance artist and dancer in New Orleans, becomes one with the big paper canvas. She twists with such grace and genuineness, that she creates beautifully rough symmetrical shapes and patterns. She’s literally transposing her moves onto the paper....
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Resurrecting The Lost Art Of Drawing. Beautiful Arhitectural Hand Drawings By Rafael Araujo.

In today`s world computerized apps occupy an increasingly larger space and there are no areas where they are not present.  When it comes to architectural drawings, computer-aided design software is being used  and due to this, hand-drawn art seems to begin to lose.  The venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo show us that no matter how...
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