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Gary Taxali’s artwork doesn't shy away from the past. Rather, it embraces it wholeheartedly. A fan of all things retro, his work is in constant dialogue with the design and iconography of the 1930s, leaning on the visual language of vintage comics, pop culture, and period advertisements as he touches upon contemporary issues. A blend of past...
Illustrator Maggie Cowles celebrates daily life with her food-themed art. Although it looks simple, her narrative actually tells a bigger story. Food is often more than just food. Cowles focuses on "comfort, security, the warmth of food, familiar spaces and familiar meals," as she tells It’s Nice That. ...
Pebbles found on the beach are not only good for stone skipping and making rock towers. They can also be a material for fine art—as the works of British artist Justin Bateman show. Bateman uses beach pebbles to make what he describes as "land art". Most of his pieces involve recreating iconic artworks from...
Alessandra Genualdo's paintings leave room for reflection. Focused mainly on women, her subjects seem lost in thought, with their gaze hard to decipher. Using mainly gouache and colored pencils, Genualdo tends to stick to the same color stories, promoting a sense of breeziness and romanticism. ...
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication," says the famous quote attributed to Leonardo da Vinci; and at least when it comes to art, truer words have never been spoken. Case in point: Emily Isabella's illustrations. Made primarily using gouache, they present a simple, minimalist reality sprinkled with flowers and delicacies. Based in the...
How often do you stop and think about the moment you're in? It's easy to forget about the common things that happen on a daily basis until many years go by and you realize those are some of your best memories. Artist Erika Lee Sears enjoys keeping such moments forever in her paintings, which you'll see when...
Most artists use a palette knife to mix their colors or apply paint to certain portions of their painting. But New Zealand painter Joshua Davison figured: why stop there? Why don't go all the way and use a palette knife as the main tool for painting? ...
One illustrator on Instagram is taking the Pokémon evolution to a whole new level. In the works of talented artist Frosty, all Pokémon have a final stage of evolution in which they become human-like characters. Frosty's has been a Pokémon fan since early childhood, and the franchise went on to have a big impact...
Just like humans go through hair shedding and animals go through fur shedding, so do birds shed feathers. Their feathers get damaged over time and need to be replaced with new ones. This practice not only helps the birds to continue flying but also provides artist Chris Maynard with the material for his art.
People might tell you that they care about nature and the environment, but not many actually do. So in order to make a difference, you have to support your words with actions. Just like married couple and artists Jelena and Aleksandar Paunkovic did. The Serbia-based couple decided to ditch the urban environment and instead...

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