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For the past six years, Lital Spivak, a teacher, blogger and MA student from Israel, has been writing about the connection between art history and popular culture. On her Instagram account, she shows modern day art and its historical inspiration. The modern images she chooses are well known but most people don't know it was inspired by classic paintings. Spivak explains...
For more than 2 years, Parth Kothekar has been experimenting with papercuts. He creates thematic series of artworks and his previous project was Indian mermaid papercut series where he showed the everyday life of Indian women. This time, the Indian artist wants to portray the complexity of hair. Each artwork is cut with a craft knife and it took him...
Ulla-Stina Wikander from Sweden has been working as an artist since 1986. She collected cross stitch embroideries for more than 10 years and today, she already has a huge collection of over 100 various designs.  Although most of them are considered kitsch and worthless, the 61-year-old artist finds them really beautiful and wants to bring them back to life. In...
Jago Jacopo Cardillo is a talented sculptor from Italy who became famous because of his remarkable skills in transforming marble and stone into realistic sculptures. This 30-year-old artist aspires to be the next Michelangelo and might actually live up to his dreams. His works are exceptionally detailed and precise despite being virtually self-taught. In September 2017, he received the “Mastro della...
Meet Nikola Čuljić, a 32-year-old self-taught artist from Serbia. People always said he is very talented but he never really had interest in drawing. He started making portraits but it was difficult for him so he tried something different like 3D drawings. Nowadays, people are more interested in 3D because of its realistic depiction of an object. And this artist wants to be...
''Don't trust everything you see, even salt looks like sugar,'' Monica Carvalho wrote on her Instagram page. For the past 5 years, Monica has been creating photomontages that are confusing and will make you look twice. She edits her own images using Photoshop. She finds similarities between photos in terms of color, shape, and texture. She also likes playing with sizes like...
Artist Kang Dong Hyun is from Korea. He creates these beautiful, surreal animal-shaped sculptures that look like they were made from wood, but they are actually not. He uses industrial materials instead, and the result is majestic. His elephants, horses and lions look like nothing you've seen before. Hyun shapes the metal into branch-like formations and often makes his creatures appear...
Alexi Torres, an artist from Cuba, is well-known for his large-scale oil paintings that seem to be knitted and woven. He uses an intricate “woven” technique that creates a three dimensional, multi-layered illusion that makes viewers take a second look. “I started to paint objects and people made out of natural elements, like feathers and basket weaving. Using these elements...
Ross is an origami artist and content creator. He started his first 365-day origami project in 2014. For 2018, he decided to fold 1 origami figure every day but this time, each figure is tiny and he has to use tweezers to create one. Scroll down to see his miniature origami below. https://www.instagram.com/p/BfFb4pQlX13/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BfC2tuWlHpW/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BfAPYXQFp1k/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/Be7H1lblijP/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/Be4sNUPlGox/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/Be2BoTmFkld/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BezcbccFkQx/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/Bew59ePl4YR/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BeuROJTlujD/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BepG0Znlnsc/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BehXMwPFaX4/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/Bee7B8mlejl/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BecPbHLl4eo/?taken-by=white_onrice https://www.instagram.com/p/BeUgfdelg4k/?taken-by=white_onrice
In 2015, New York-based artist Ruby Silvious started a project called 363 Days of Tea, a daily journal of her impressions of the moment by painting beautiful designs on used tea bags. She creates new artwork every day for 363 days. Today, Silvious continues to illustrate her day-to-day life through her paintings. In addition to her regular tea drinking and...

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