Home Travel

Travel

The coronavirus pandemic has drastically slowed down travel these days and many people are forced to spend time in their homes. If you’re among them, you’ll be happy to know that you can still explore the world online as many museums are starting to offer online tours in the light of the new events.
Neal Peterson is a Minneapolis-based digital artist who creates remarkable photo collages of cities all around the world. His project titled Urban Mandalas is a mix of architecture, natural landscapes, public sculptures, graffiti, and more which he began back in 2015 when he started photographing each city in-person and digitally composing each mandala. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IDGKgo5w2/
It can be difficult to imagine how cities looked a century ago. Things are changing so fast that it's easy to see the differences even from a few decades ago, but this footage will bring you the idea of New York City at the beginning of the 20th century a little bit closer.
Alison Nicholls' artwork can be divided into two main categories: watercolor paintings, created in her studio, and quick sketches made on the go. But though her techniques vary, her subjects remain constant—zooming in on the African landscape. https://www.instagram.com/p/B2P7cxuHe2e/ Having lived a number of years in Botswana and Zimbabwe, Nicholls is...
Kimberly Cammerata's watercolor paintings are an absolute treat, inviting the viewer to step inside her rich landscapes. Focused exclusively on the Italian landscape, with its sunny days and ancient towns, her paintings are an extension of her identity. https://www.instagram.com/p/B4STDcIgYo6/ “In Italy life becomes epic,” she relays on her website....
“For me, art makes my memories more beautiful. And through the art I drew, it makes people feel various emotions. So I think it allows people to see the life they live in more warmly,” this is how South Korean illustrator Stella Park describes her feelings towards art. https://www.instagram.com/p/BtAjA2ynnF-/ She says she likes to...
Pearada Cheepsatayakorn describes herself as a "bubbly illustrator." This bubbliness is very much present throughout her illustrations. Using relaxed, loose pen lines, as well as watercolors, her creations serve as a sort of casual reflection on everyday life, in all its unremarkable beauty. https://www.instagram.com/p/B0Gv1poHpBA/ “I tell stories through my illustrations,”...
Marcy Day is a California-born illustrator and painter who quit her job and together with her boyfriend began traveling the world by bicycle. Now she describes herself as a "traveling illustrator." She painted everywhere from roadside coffee shops in Myanmar to yurts in Mongolia, and the list keeps growing. https://www.instagram.com/p/B0_P-sSh83d/
It was November 9th, 1989 when the German officials finally allowed Communist East Germany residents to cross over to West Berlin and West Germany, and to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the event, artist Patrick Shearn created an installation that represents the hopes of 30,000 people. Visions in Motion was available for visitors from...
Kampung Pelangi is a small village in Indonesia that has been transformed into a stunning landscape of bright colors and magical design.   https://www.instagram.com/p/BeFyFDyBczD/ The municipality in southern Semarang spent about $22,000 on this transformation in order to save the village's bad reputation.  In the past, the village looked too depressing and it...

Popular

Just 4 U