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I was recently perusing the latest works on Instagram #zenart. I came across the work of Sandra Shugart. Sandra Shugart is a native of Tennessee and is rarely without pend and paper. She began her lifelong love of drawing at an early age and is strongly influenced by the works of Aubrey Beardsley, Andy Goldsworthy, Erte and M.C. Escher. Read More →

MADI - Happy Fox

MADI thatvoidesign lives in Austria and enjoys drawing happy animals.Read More →

Danica Gim Artwork

Danica Gim combines her poems with her own art. The positive response has been so overwhelming for her she is excited that she can bring her own illustrations to you through her online shop.

Her style is heavily inspired by European influence, the continent that she grew up in. Danica has a love for mythology, and all that is dreamy, the moon and making people feel like they have found a little bit of magic.Read More →

Three houseplants sitting on bracketless shelving

minimalism, interiors, interior design
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Hermès Jewellery Collection

Pierre Hardy’s Lignes Sensibles collection juxtaposes a rainbow of gemstones against the warm rose goldRead More →

Porky Hefer Retreat Nambia

For South African designer Porky Hefer, architects and designers have much to learn from nature, in particular nests which have been inspiring the sculptural seating pods he is known for.Read More →

Parachute Teaser

Madelyn Somers is an Art Director for Parachute Home, and her small Los Angeles rental apartment is filled with cheery pops of colour!Read More →

Mens Grooming

Help your man be more proactive, open and confident about his grooming with these 7 must have grooming products;Read More →

Kota Yamaji Digital Artist

Kota Yamaji is a digital artist based in Tokyo, Japan, he just shared his art contribution for the 2020 Adobe MAX Conference. Seeing his colorful and surreal style, I decided to share some of the few things he shared on his Behance.Read More →

Black Boy Sheep

Despite the retro style, Black Sheep Boy is a pretty deep story about childhood and happiness and loss. Director James Molle summarizes it: A young hatted boy’s adventures through a strange world …Read More →

Fat Cat Art

Like cats? Artist Svetlana Petrova sure does. So much so that she’s inserted her fat cat named Zarathustra into famous paintings from around the world. No painting is safe from an appearance the ginger feline, including works by Gustav Klimt, Edvard Munch, and Johannes Vermeer.Read More →

Kurt Chang Digital Illustrations

Kurt Chang is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA, USA, he has been sharing pretty illustrations via his Behance.  With this never-ending pandemic, I have noticed an increase in ‘digital art’ projects being shared.Read More →

Mantra French Street Artist

Working with entomologists around the globe, the French street artist known as Mantra (previously) transforms brick facades and concrete walls into massive studies of local butterfly specimens. With framed outer edges that mimic a wooden box, Read More →

Cowboy Kees

Based in The Hague, Netherlands, photographer Sabine Rovers first met Kees in Kamerik—a small village in the Green Heart of Holland—back in 2015. Intrigued by his bright blue eyes, cowboy style and American classic car, Rovers has returned numerous times since to photograph him and revel in his freewheeling lifestyle.Read More →

Water ripple effect

Chaos Ink is a web toy where you swish around your pointer on the surface of a virtual tub of hot liquid metal, watching the slow shiny ripples spread out and back again.Read More →

Seinfeld Culture Box

Remember, the guiding principle of “Seinfeld” was “no hugging. no learning,” and for viewers, there was something liberating in that. This Seinfeld Collectors box is the perfect gift and those that receive it will never have to endure sanctimonious finger-pointing, hollow lectures or contrived conversions. Like the TV Show, it is about one thing; fun.Read More →

Lovepop Featured Image

From intricate decorations and flower bouquets to shareable cards and stationery, Lovepop’s handcrafted pop-up products make it easy to celebrate every holiday, milestone, and occasion in meaningful and memorable ways. Read More →

‘Cracked Portraits’ is an ongoing series of illustrations by Japanese artist Taisuke Mohri. The realistic hand-drawn portraits are overlaid with a pane of cracked glass, which contributes to the ethereal, surrealistic aspect of these artworks.Read More →

Jugendstil Brooch Featured Image

Art Nouveau was an international style of design and architecture.

Idiosyncratic and romantic the Art Nouveau style derived from the vestiges of academic classicism of the École des Beauz-Arts, Paris and the study of plant forms. Between 1880 and 1910, the Art Nouveau movement was influential throughout Europe and to a lesser degree in the United States. The following are 10 beautifully crafted examples of jewellery design in this style.Read More →

Forest path happy design featured image

If there was ever an instance where a Happy Path was needed, the year 2020 is that instance though there’s a real case to be made that all the data and information was there to at least make the path happier, shorter and without shutting down an economy, but the decision maker decided that there were other things to Tweet about..and this analogy is starting to go off the rails a bit.Read More →