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His name is Johan Karlgen, but he's better known as Pappas Pärlor. This Swedish artist brightens days of many people with his pixel art strategically placed at various public spots. Johan finds inspiration in his first love - old video games. That's where pixelization comes from. He mostly paints everyday objects, such as traffic signs, fences, pipes, sculptures, and similar. His...
If you haven't noticed, typography is everywhere. It's one of the most important elements of any design that can be seen around the web, on posters, in magazines, and pretty much everywhere else. This old craft was invented in the 15th century and it keeps evolving along with the modern technologies. To find out more about the best typography practice,...
The art installation made by British artist Ian Berry contains only one material, and it's quite unusual. Berry creates art solely from denim. His last project is named "Secret Garden," and it represents a big installation made of a special kind of denim. “It was made out of the last denim that was made in the USA,” Berry said, “and...
Omoshiroi Block by Triad is making special memo pads that once used up, will reveal beautiful objects inside. Triad uses laser-cutting technology  to create these Japanese notepads. At first look, it ws just an ordinary block of memo pad but as you use the sheets of paper, an object begins to unfold. As you exhaust the entire deck of...
Stop-motion is an animation technique that makes objects look as if they move on their own. The objects move a little between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when played as a fast sequence. Recently, the genre became popular online. Alexander Unger is a 25-years-old from Sweden who creates stop-motion animations in his free time. His latest animation is called "Going Fishing" and it already...
Joe Iurato, a street and commercial artist from New Jersey, has been making tiny wooden figures and leaves them around the city. The pieces are usually based on photography (his own and of others) as well as his real-life experiences. The wooden cutouts are often placed in specific locations to look as if they’re interacting with the surroundings. “One of the...
Kells O’Hickey, a sketch artist from Minnesota, USA, gave his girlfriend a special gift on Christmas. He drew himself and his girlfriend in 10 different cartoon styles and he nailed each one of them. He “borrowed” the outlines from the iconic Simpsons, Family Guy, South Park and other famous cartoon shows. Check out his amazing drawings: Rick & Morty Dragonball Z Modern Disney Style Southpark Old...
Among all those Instagram profiles dedicated to food, one really stood out to us. Michele Baldini from Mexico found a great way to combine his favorite meal of the day and his love for art. He turns his breakfast eggs into amazing art pieces. The eggs he makes take all kinds of shapes, from emoticons and snowflakes to rockets and...
Meet Olivia Mears, a costume designer from North Carolina, who has come up with a brilliant idea to recycle those used gift wrappers and turn them into beautiful dresses. This inspiration started back in December 2013 when Mear’s first eco-friendly design went viral so she decided to make such dresses annually. Each costume is made of recycled wrapping papers, ribbons,...
We're used to think of pencils as tools to create art, but a recent trend makes the pencils the art itself. Artists began creating bowls and vases out off colored pencils and epoxy glue. The trend became viral and sculptures began carving blokes of epoxied pencils into real sculptures. Here are a video of the process, pictures of sculptures...

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