Since eating and drinking is a daily ritual for all of us it only made sense to integrate art into cups and plates.
Upon first glance at Benjamin Shine’s work, you might think these art pieces are sketched or painted, with digital enhancements. But they’re actually constructed entirely of a material that is both underused and underrated in art pieces – tulle.
Shamekh Bluwi is an illustrator and a fashion designer based in Amman, Jordan. He does a variety of things on his Instagram, from minute sketches to fashion illustrations of beautiful dresses to some very creative shoe concepts that would look absolutely phenomenal if someone were to actually manufacture them.
Constanza is an illustrator and a graphic designer from Chile, who’s currently living in a little town in Australia. From her Instagram, we see that she developed her own style and absolutely slays when it comes to colorful palettes and patterns.
Let’s take a walk down memory lane and take a look at some famous feminist artworks created in the 70s and 80s and see if they still remain relevant in 2019. Spoilers alert – they might.
If you like surreal paintings there’s a good chance you’ll like Adrian Borda’s work. His oil painted canvases are beautiful and full of details and hidden meanings.
This incredibly talented girl uses her own body as a canvas and does the most amazing sketches of historical buildings in detail and in her own style.