The polish-born sculptor, Malgorzata Chodakowska, combines water with raw material and creates spectacular fountains.
In many countries around the world artists use some ordinary doors as if they were canvases and transform them into beautiful paintings.
Why painted doors? The painted doors turn a city into a vibrant place and attract many tourists. There are some countries in the world were the painted doors are believed to bring luck, happiness and wealth. While some people paint their doors just to impress.
I love the idea of walking on the street and discover public art in an unlikely place. But at the moment I could only discover them on the web. Below is a collection of some creatively painted doors around the world.Continue Reading
In the first part were shared the first, last and most popular paintings of Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet and Edouard Manet.
In the second part you can enjoy the art works of five more genius and worldwide known artists and learn some interesting facts about their turbulent lives.Continue Reading
Throughout history, millions of artists have created beautiful painting but very few succeeded to become worldwide recognizable.
Let’s have a look at how the most genius artists have illustrated their thoughts, visions and this beautiful universe into their first, last and most popular paintings and learn some interesting or weird facts about their lives.Continue Reading
A Russian confectioner, Olga Noskova, makes unique cakes that look like marbling mirrors. Her stunning cakes became popular just few days ago. Yesterday, on her Instagram account, she expressed her joy and surprise for the thousands people that started following her on Instagram.Continue Reading
The talented designer Vasileios Roumeliotis gives light to old and ordinary objects and transforms them into beautiful innovative lighting installations. His creations were exhibited from 15 May to 21 May 2015 at the exhibition ‘SuppARTing Students’ ,that was held in Tucker Robbins and Cliff Young galleries (suites 504 and 505) in the New York Design Center. Sixty-five Greek and foreign artists from different types of fine arts –such as painting, digital painting, pyrography, sculpture, engraving, cartoonist, lighting art, collage etc. – offered their artworks to support the great social project ‘suppARTing students’, aiming all proceeds to be allocated to three hundred malnourished students from twenty-five elementary schools of Thessaloniki, Greece.Continue Reading