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What is the common point between sneakers and flowers? At first glance, not much, unless one considers the floral scent as a solution to the problems of smell. And yet, on his Instagram account, artist Mr. Flower Fantastic has fun combining his two passions — flowers and sneakers, into quite original creations. His favorite brand? Probably Nike, put in...
In 2019, the Gundam saga will celebrate its forty years of existence. Artist Dani Albam who's a Great fan of the saga, started to create origami in the form of some of the most popular Japanese robots including Gundam, Evangelion or Transformers. Dating from the late 70's, Gundam is a Japanese animation franchise created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate which...
For centuries, Temari balls have been part of folk art in Japan. These beautifully embroidered orbs are renowned for their eye-catching designs and bright color palettes. Inspired by this ancestral craft, Moscow artist Tatiana Vigdorova creates by hand her own Temari masterpieces. Alternating between embroidery thread and silk thread, Vigdorova meticulously covers each ball with complex decorations. Her colorful sewn...
It can be so frustrating when you try your best to make your kids like healthy foods, only for them to resent it all and turn to sugary candy. Have you tried making their meals visually appealing? It’s known that kids like things that they find visually attractive. That’s why it’s important to serve them a colorful, interesting plate, and...
Tatsuya Tanaka is a Japanese designer and photographer specializing in miniature art. He became known with his Miniature Calendar, where he regularly shares his creations that divert everyday objects with singularity and creativity. After gathering a strong following on social networks, signed a two-book contract and created the credits of the NHK series Hyokko, Tanaka now launches his new book...
Two Indian artists, Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama embarked on January 1 2018 on a a little crazy project: to publish each day of the year a miniaturized reproduction of a bird of their choice. These nature lovers do not save their time: each of these small replicas (they are sometimes less than two centimeters) requires between 4 and 6...
Even in early September, there is still time for making sand castles. New York-based artist Calvin Seibert can spend hours on a beach to make incredible examples of sand architecture. He says he never starts with a specific idea, just with a vague desire to do something unique each time. And with his interest in geometry, the notion of...
"Papercraft" is the art of building "3D paper models". The pepakura or papercraft is a method of designing objects in 3 dimensions, similar to origami. Its main difference with origami lies in the fact that, here, we use several sheets of paper that must be cut with a cutter and glued together. For years, Pokemon has inspired artists around the...
The art of paper cutting has long existed in China and Japan. Folding, cutting, collage... Many contemporary artists and creators of many fields use paper as a starting material in an astonishing way. These creatives are ingenious at creating illustrations, sculptures, typography, paintings using only paper as a material. In Denmark, Li-Yu Lin, who happens to work for LEGO group,...
Amber Scholl became a social media star thanks to her creative and practical DIY videos. Recently, she’s making headlines once again for creating a beautiful dress out of trash bags. The video was a response to the comments that Amber could wear a trash bag and still looks good. “You always say I could make wearing a trash bag look...

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