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Watch how kids and pro artists draw differently based on eye tracking

While wearing eye tracking glasses, seven young people and three professional artists each donned eye tracking glasses and drew the same scene, and …

Eye Tracking

A Floating Coffee Cup Pours a Rainbow of Liquid Pencils | Colossal

<p>Texas-based artist and maker Bobby Duke runs a popular YouTube channel where he posts a variety of art and craft videos on stone carving, sculpting, …

Art

How To Beat Self-Doubt And Stop Selling Yourself Short

Van Gogh is reported to have said this: “If you hear a voice within you say ‘You cannot paint,’ then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced.”<p>Thank goodness he did.<p>Chances are you sometimes get into psychic wrestling match with a little voice in your head that chips away at your …

Self-confidence

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Artist Masterfully Maneuvers a Palette Knife to Sculpt Dynamic Paintings

There's a palpable energy in every brush stroke of Salman Khoshroo’s enormously striking large-scale palette knife portraits. Khoshroo masterfully maneuvers the tool so that the paint seems to ooze off of his canvases and amass into dynamic figures full of tension and intensity.<p>Currently based in …

Art

Europe’s First Underwater Museum Is So Cool

You’ll either need a scuba certification or a reliable snorkel kit to experience the wonder of Europe’s newest museum, the Museo Atlantico.<p>The …

Sculpture

Artist Vincent Bal Turns the Shadows of Everyday Objects into Ingenious Illustrations | Colossal

<p>Belgian filmmaker and illustrator Vincent Bal works within the confines of long shadows of everyday objects resting in the sunlight to create a wide …

God, sex or evolution – why did humans start making art?

A new Australian exhibition suggests art was first made to attract mates, signal dangers or mimic nature. But this reduces a mysterious impulse to a biological drive<p>Why did human beings invent art? Why do we make it, look at it, revere it and want to possess it?<p>Mona (the Museum of Old and New Art) …

Talented Artist Inks Haunting Illustrations of Mental Illnesses Every Day Throughout October

Shawn Coss, a very talented artist and author of the crowdfunded book <i>Kindergarten</i>, has illustrated hauntingly beautiful ink sketches of his own …

Amazing Sculptures That Are Purely A Work Of Great Artists Imagination

World is full of artists and sometimes, these great artist create some masterpieces. While, there are a number of sculptures in this world but few …

These incredibly creative high heels look like wearable sculptures

An Israeli Footwear designer, Kobi Levi is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem. Though he is not a sculptor, but his …

Self-Doubt vs. Self-Belief: The Struggle Is Real

There’s a struggle happening inside our heads everyday. A battle between doubt and belief, between our fears and our abilities.<p>It’s almost like …

Tree Shaping is an Art of Turning Trees into Living Works of Art

Tree shaping uses living trees and other woody plants as the medium to create structures and art. There are a few different methods used by the …

Hannes Hummel’s Luxury Problems

Cologne-based designer Hannes Hummel created this set of busts based on dub techno producer Andy Stott’s record titled, “Luxury Problems.” The morbid busts are reflective of Andy Stott’s dark, complex, and choppy sound.<p>Hannes began the creation process by scanning several busts and skulls. He then …

Haejin Lee’s Exquisite Ceramic Sculptures Unravel Before Your Very Eyes

Intertwined strips of ceramics escaping from their original form. Haejin Lee’s abstract sculptures blend perfection and fantasy. A flawless object, …

Art

Traveling artist paints breathtaking scenes in her Moleskine journals

American artist Missy Dunaway has found an unconventional canvas on which to creatively document her two years of travel.<p>For nine years, Dunaway has …

Digital Art

Massive sculpture relocated because people busy texting kept walking into it

The statue by Sophie Ryder had to be moved because people on their phones were bumping into it<p>A massive 20ft statue of two clasped hands had to be relocated after people texting on their mobile phones kept walking into it.<p>The sculpture, called ‘The Kiss’, was only put in place last weekend, but …

Breathtaking Bronze Sculptures Celebrate the Visual Poetry of the Human Form

Michael James Talbot is a master at creating breathtaking bronze sculptures that venerate the gentle tension and balance of the female form. The London-based artist is well known for his exquisite pieces that are intricate celebrations of the human body. Reminiscent of classic Greek and Roman style …

Art

These Artworks Were Made by Algorithms

An exhibition coinciding with an AI conference shows the creative side of artificial intelligence.<p>Think artificial intelligence and you probably envisage clear-cut tests of mental acumen: solving equations, processing scientific data, winning at Chess. But intelligence—in the very human way we …

This is How Photoshop Artist Erik Johansson Creates His Mind-Bending Images

Swedish photographer and retoucher Erik Johansson is well known for his mind-bending photo-manipulations and optical illusions, which are all made …

Hooray! The Planet Earth Finally Has Its Own Flag

The Earth is now officially the first planet with its own flag (that we know of).<p>Construction of The International Flag of Planet Earth from Beckmans College of Design on Vimeo.<p><i>A version of this article originally appeared on The Creators Project Netherlands.</i><p>When astronauts travel into space, their …

3D Printed Zoetrope Animates Famous Baroque Painting

Tired of looking at old paintings in stuffy art museums? Then take a gander at this 3D printed zoetrope called “All Things Fall,” which artist Mat Collishaw made in collaboration with Sebastian Burton in order to bring an action-packed, baroque painting by Peter Paul Rubens to life!<p>It’s shocking to …

Glamour Photography by Remi Rebillard

Remi Rebillard is both fashion photographer and above all an artist devoted exclusively to his personal research since 2009. His work asks us about …

Former Insane Asylum Converted Into Museum Of The Mind

<b>Londonist Rating:</b><p>★★★★☆<p>Bethlem Royal Hospital was set up in 1247 as Europe's first centre dedicated to the treatment of psychiatric illness. Moving …

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Must see: This artist uses coffee to paint and it’s awesome

Maria A. Aristidou, uses water paint paper and around five different coffee blends to create her paintings.<p>By: | New Delhi |<p>One accidental coffee …

The Artist’s Reality: Mark Rothko’s Little-Known Writings on Art, Artists, and What the Notion of Plasticity Reveals about Storytelling

“While the authority of the doctor or plumber is never questioned, everyone deems himself a good judge and an adequate arbiter of what a work of art should be and how it should be done.”<p><i>“Artists have no choice but to express their lives,”</i> Anne Truitt wrote in her endlessly insightful diary. If it’s …

Just How Did Scott McCloud Create Something As Moving As The Sculptor?

Scott McCloud is best known for his comics about comics, books like <i>Understanding Comics</i>, <i>Making Comics</i>, and <i>Reinventing Comics</i>, which examine the …

8 Things You Didn't Know About Color That Almost Seem Too Ridiculous To Be True

You likely take the various colors around you for granted, assuming there's nothing special about the blue of your jeans or anything potentially disgusting about the browns of that painting you bought at an antique store. But many colors are derived from odd sources.<p>For instance, rulers of France …