Erotic Mehndi model sitting on bed

Erotic henna is a new form of art that celebrates the feminine body, highlighting the natural beauty of women, usually done around the chest, belly, legs and back, it became popular when the work of the Russian henna artist Mary GinkasRead More →

Polaroid Blog Cover Image

The analogue version of instant photography. Polaroid devoid of fancy editing . The finish of the film here is nostalgic, reminiscent of the very same disco era it emerged from. Visionaries in search of this nostalgic quality have opted in favour of these throwback productions, captivating a new class of followers.Read More →

A tattoo of a blue whale breaching

People have different attitudes when it comes to tattooing. Some approve it, some consider unnecessary to draw on the body. As with everything else, this is also a matter of taste, and for tattoo lovers in our gallery we present tattoos of the whale.Read More →

In the early twentieth century in the United States, the peacock feather was a fashion fad.  It appeared in hatpins, belt buckles, fob charms, collar and cuff pins, shirtwaist sets and the eye of the peacock feather was copied onto the new spring ribbons.  I call this colour swatch peacock feather.Read More →

Game of Thrones Papercuts

These intricate portraits of our favourite Game of Thrones characters are made entirely from paper, cut in different layers and using various colours and textures to emulate the strokes of a paintbrush.

Crafted by Robbin Gregorio, an illustrator and designer from the Philippines, the attention to detail is impressive and certainly demonstrates a patient and steady hand. From the expensive, embroidered clothes and house emblems to the heavy beards and fur coats, Robbin papercuts depict every character beautifully.Read More →

Lindsay Stripling - Illustrator

Lindsay Stripling is a San Francisco based artist and illustrator I really admire and whose work I’ve really enjoyed watching develop as she also made the transition to full-time illustrator. I admire is that Lindsay has stayed true to her own style and originality.Read More →

Spaceship Cat Bed

Modern cat bed designed to be mounted on a wall looks like alien spaceship. MYZOO Spaceship cat bed with air holes and transparent acrylic window . Also check out: iMac Beds for Cats.Read More →

Scott Listfield Astronaut Illustration with astronaut standing in front of McDonald’s sign

The astronaut in the paintings of American artist Scott Listfield explores a dystopian world cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Instead of the futuristic flying cars and robot butlers that was widely anticipated in books and movies, his astronaut character navigates the icons of the present: drones, fast-food chains, pop singers. More paintings here, and follow him on Instagram.Read More →

Frida Kahlo holding a green statue

The house in Mexico City where Frida Kahlo lived and died has been a pilgrimage site for more than 50 years, with millions of visitors traipsing through every room and open space of the two-story structure — including Kahlo’s former bedroom, Kahlo’s former studio, and other areas that, before Kahlo’s 1954 death, only her friends, family, and lovers could enter. One room, though, was forbidden to unlock after La Casa Azul (the Blue House) opened as a museum in 1958: Kahlo’s former bathroom.Read More →

Australian Rock Art

Cosmos Magazine reports that 572 Maliwawa Figures have been documented for the first time at 87 different rock art sites in northern Australia’s Arnhem Land.Read More →

Two glasses of coffee on a wooden table

There are many wonderful people pursuing and promoting simplicity. Fortunately, some of them are gifted in communication and choose to encourage and inspire us with their words. I enjoy reading their unique perspective. I’m sure you will too.

Fix yourself a nice warm cup of coffee or tea on this beautiful weekend. Find a quiet moment. And enjoy some encouraging words about finding more simplicity in your life today.Read More →

An example of Japanese printmaking

In this day and age, it might be hard to remember a time when artworks weren’t available instantly. There was no print on demand or posters that one could easily get and hang on their wall. Printmaking changed this; artists were suddenly able to replicate an image multiple times, therefore making it easier to expose a wide audience to their work.Read More →

Michael Alberts Map of the World

Pop artist Michael Albert, pioneer of “cerealism” in his one-of-a-kind mosaics, intersects with consumerism in wild and wondrous ways.

While studying business at New York University, he often frequented the Metropolitan Museum of Art, marveling at artists like Vincent Van Gogh who challenged his classes’ typical definitions of success. While Van Gogh never sold a painting in life, he rose to superstar status posthumously and his works have fetched prices in the tens of millions.Read More →

Ian Birch looks back at the third issue of Beach Culture , the magazine that made David Carson’s name before he went on to art direct Raygun . ‘ A legendary cover which earned Carson more than 150 design awards. The magazine only lasted six issues and, as Carson told Huck in 2011, ‘ we did every issue like it was our last ’. Geof Kern submitted the photograph for an article inside but ‘the surprise quality and compositional strength made it the cover’ (from ‘The End of Print’ by Lewis Blackwell, Laurence King Publishing, 1995)Read More →

Smalls is a geometric sans serif created for use in video clips and for video production by the TypeType foundry typography minds. The main feature of the font family is the big difference between the uppercase and lowercase characters, in which we intentionally diminish the x-height.Read More →

Sevi Earbuds egg inspired

When was the last time you looked at earbuds and thought “cute”? When I saw Sevy, it instantly made meRead More →

Andrew Martilla is the Cat Photographer and he has three books out currently check out his store. Fun and loving photos of cats.Read More →

The Otto Chair combines a sense of comfort, luxury and practicality into one small-footprint easy chair. The moulded foam seat shell wraps around you to create a chair that could be sat in for hours, be it in the office or at home. Read More →

Are so-called “cathedral” motifs coming back into vogue in the world of decoration? Having largely fallen into oblivion, the Neo-Gothic style seems to be making a comeback, more than 100 years after its glory days during the 19th century.Read More →

Jerome Lagarrigue was born in 1973 to a French father and an American mother, and was raised in Paris.Read More →