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Artist Bring Pet Dragon To Life On Paper

Manik and Ratan are a pair of twins based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Both brothers are graphic artists, cartoonists, designers and animators. They both also have an adorable pet dragon named Drogo who interacts with real life objects. The adorable Drogo even has a Facebook page where you can follow him in his adventures.   The brothers draw Drogo on paper interacting with real life objects like a hair dryer, stacks […]


WhatsApp is Testing a Video Call Feature

It wasn’t too long ago that WhatsApp added voice call functionality to its app. Naturally, the company now wants to take it one step further, and introduce video calling.   The latest beta for Android shows an option to video call whenever you try to call someone. Unfortunately, as of now it seems the feature is not enabled to all users, with some getting the ‘Video Calling is unavailable at […]


Stories of Peeling Plaster: Russian Artist Creates Art Out Of Peeled Plaster

Back in 2015, Sofia, the Russian artist, has started her online community on Vkontakte. There, she publishes images of peeled plaster walls. She looks at them and lets her imagination take over. As a result, she creates artistic images from what used to be a part of an old peeled plaster wall. Then, she publishes before and after images. Subscribers can contribute by sending her original images.   Artist: SofiaWebsite […]


Artist Creates Incredible Paperless Artworks on Her Thigh

Plenty of people scribble on paper or even write on their hands as reminders, but Boston-based artist Jody Steel’s drawings on her thighs go beyond your typical doodles. The 22-year-old film production student meticulously simulates realistic portraits of celebrities like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Radiohead’s Thom Yorke as well as popular fictional characters like Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones.   The skilled illustrator also tackles […]


The Majestic Power Of Ocean Waves By Luke Shadbolt

Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt has captured the ominous power of waves in his latest series, “Maelstrom.” Partially inspired by the volatile El Nino season of 2016, Shadbolt hasn’t revealed where these photos were taken, adding to the universality of the shots. He explains the series in the following way on his site:   Artist: Luke ShadboltWebsite | Facebook | Instagram    


Quote me Black #2

Whether you need some inspiration, something to lift you up a little, or just love reading motivational quotes, you’ve come to the right place. This is a series of posters created/improvised on for an amazing Quote Poster that’d look perfect in a frame on your wall.   There is something beautiful about the simplicity of white words on black background. Presenting a new series “QUOTE ME BLACK” that showcase and […]


Artist Adds Monsters To Everyday Life To Make It More Fun

For anyone who’s ever taken a photo, only to think, “this would be better with monsters trying to eat everyone,” you’re not alone.   Artist and Photographer Jasper St Aubyn West, also known as Tail Jar, took on a self-imposed sketch challenge to make the mundane scenes of everyday life a bit more interesting. And it involved drawing a lot more teeth.   West said the idea came to him […]


Incredible Photos Of Turkey that Look Straight From Inception

Dear Inception fans, “Flatland” is not a sequel, but it’s still quite fascinating. The digital series of Turkish artist Aydın Büyüktaş distorts the streets of Istanbul into a surreal cityscape to challenge viewer’s perspective.   “We live in places that most of the times don’t draw our attention, places that transform our memories, places that the artist gives another dimension,” says Büyüktaş. “These works aim to leave the viewer alone […]


Brutally Honest Posters Show Our Addiction To Technology

Ajit Johnson, a Ph.D. student working in cancer genetics and genomics and when he is not deconvoluting the complexity of cancer, he loves telling stories through his art to spread love, hope and encouragement.   It was one of those unproductive days when he realised that – phone or open web pages are far too long than needed, which inspired him to take up on a challenge of not using […]


Quote me Black #1

Whether you need some inspiration, something to lift you up a little, or just love reading motivational quotes, you’ve come to the right place. This is a series of posters created/improvised on for an amazing Quote Poster that’d look perfect in a frame on your wall.   There is something beautiful about the simplicity of white words on black background. Presenting a new series “QUOTE ME BLACK” that showcase and […]


Light-Painting: Traveling Around The World To Create Fantasy Portraits

Kim and Eric have been traveling around the globe with their light-painting tubes to create the below amazing visuals. They just released their behind-the-scenes video that shows exactly how these beautiful pictures have been created.     Artist: Kim Henry & Eric ParéWebsite | Facebook | Instagram (Kim) | Instagram (EriC) | Twitter | 500px        


Olympic Athletes Made out of Layered Paper

Raya is a paper artist based in Barcelona, Spain. The concept of her designs is to express movement using paper. The added texture, light and volume that the serial planes technique provides reinforces the fluidity of the pieces.   All the sculptures are entirely hand cut and assembled, some of the figures have around 150 pieces and up to 500 separators. The project required many, many hours of work, hence […]