Quote of The Week - Twyla Tharp
“Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” ― Twyla Tharp
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Illustrated Timeline - 16 Women Who Shaped The World
Created by London based illustrator Marija Tiurina , ' Remarkable Women ’ celebrates the Faces of Feminism, featuring 16 women who shaped the world. From suffragist Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett, activist Emmeline Pankhurst, physicist and chemist
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Quote of The Week - Thomas Merton
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” - Thomas Merton
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Artists Bring Kids' Monsters to Life - The Monster Project
What is the Monster Project ? A freaking amazing Project... that's what! Kids draw monsters, then artists from all over the world recreate them in their own styles! Their hope to help children recognize the power of their own imaginations and to
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Eyes As the Canvas - Makeup Artist Tal Peleg
A visual artist from Israel, Tal Peleg takes inspiration from movies, books, animals, musicals and more to create her wonderful works of art. She doesn't go with the traditional canvas to create her works, but to her own eyelids. She uses her own
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Mythology in Mixed Media
An artist and illustrator whose work sits on the border between dreams and reality, Morgana Wallace creates beautiful mixed media composite works that are mythological in nature. Made from layers of cut paper with additional elements added such as watercolor
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10 Famous Quotes on Creativity
Sometimes the most effective solution for feeling unmotivated or overwhelmed is to read a couple of quotes from others who have succeeded before you. Just a word or a phrase can be the jump-start to reignite your creativity and find your misplaced mojo
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Quote of The Week - Banksy
“The thing I hate the most about advertising is that it attracts all the bright, creative and ambitious young people, leaving us mainly with the slow and self-obsessed to become our artists. Modern art is a disaster area. Never in the field of human
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The Inspiring Quotes of the Famously Creative
Creatives throughout history have created visionary works that transcend time; paintings, photographs, writings, sketches, sculptures, and designs that have become significant parts of our identifies and cultures. Their insight into the creative process
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Stunning Finger Painted Masterpieces
Milan based, artist Paolo Troilo creates stunning paintings. Not with a paint brush, but with his fingers! He intricately shapes, forms and shadows with the tips of his fingers, creating passionate, socially impactful black and white paintings full of
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Street Art with Powerful Sculptural Effect by DALeast
Chinese street artist DALeast is one of the most prolific street artists of our time. Each piece takes on a sculptural effect, painted to resemble thousands of metal shards coming together to form captivating meticulous artworks. Often featuring animals
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Incredible Dream-Like Alternate Universe by Jeeyoung Lee
Korean artist Jeeyoung Lee turns the confines of her 3 x 6 m studio into a delightful alternate universe. For weeks, sometimes months, over the past the past ten years Jeeyoung has reinvented this same room, over and over, rediscovering its possibilities
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Creatives You Should Know - LXVII
Since the dawn of time, humans have demonstrated their desire to express emotion through artistic forms. Sometimes expression is solely for personal enjoyment, but more frequently it’s serving the larger purpose of sharing feelings with other human
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Dark Artworks Using Spit and Blood by Wednesday Wolf
Artist Wednesday Wolf wants to make the world a little more strange with his bone chilling artworks using watercolor, ink, spit and blood. Gruesome and surreal, his work creates thought provoking and disturbing interpretations of other worlds, where monsters
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Reconstructed Body Parts Explore Illusion and Reality
Japanese artist Yuchi Ikehata ’s works invite reflection on the blurred line between illusion and reality and explore our interpretation of physical and digital dimensions. Entitled ‘ Fragment of Long Term Memory’ , Ikehata’s ongoing
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Art Pricing Lessons for Artists Struggling to Price Work
Do you struggle with pricing your work? Many artists feel completely overwhelmed when it comes to deciding how much to charge for their work and then sticking to their guns once a customer tries to negotiate them down. Here are a few key golden nuggets
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Everyday Objects Transformed into Adorable Characters
French artist Gilbert Legrand has a genius sense of humor. He's taken ordinary everyday objects and transformed them into fiercely clever creatures and characters. A pair of scissors is now two lovers, a spray bottle turned into a rat, an ax into
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A World Where Imagined Creatures Roam Free
Award winning contemporary surrealist artist, Matt Dangler creates mystical works of fantasy filled art that explore the boundaries of imagination. His artworks have a surrealistic feel that transport you to another world, where monsters, nymphs and other
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The Enchanting Illustrations of James R. Eads
Multi-disciplinary artist James R. Eads has a passion for both art and design, creating stunning illustrations reminiscent of Van Gogh that challenge the concrete reality we live in. He plays with color and motion to form a world of believable fiction
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Creatives You Should Know XXXVIII
The brilliant and world-renowned painter, Pablo Picasso once said, “The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider's web…”
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