It is always impressive to see what people can do with paper – bonus points if they do those things in miniature. Enter Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama, two artists who run a studio in India. Together they are working on a project called 365 Days of Miniature where they create a mini bird sculpture a day. The realism and details in these tiny birds is amazing. Read The Rest
There is something intensely satisfying about putting together a collage – the re-imagining and creation of new things from different realities. Icelandic-born, London based artist Kristjana S Williams has really nailed this idea. Her work is its own universe of botanicals, atmosphere, and animals. It is delightful to look at.
It is not surprising that something cool happened in San Francisco. It all started when the pop-up installation Color Factory opened in August 2017. The 12,000 square foot pop-up color experience was nestled in SF’s Union Square neighborhood, it was a two-story exhibition celebrating color and material that featured 15 collaborations by creatives. Read The Rest
A couple years ago I wrote about Loving Vincent and I am back to update you on that project! It happened and it is now a movie! This is groundbreaking and it is so inspiring that it was able to come to fruition. This is the first ever fully painted animated film. It was created from 62,450 frames, each of which was an oil painting. It took a team of 115 artists to create all the paintings for the film. Let me say that again – every single frame is painted by hand… Read The Rest
Since phones are basically attached to everyone’s hands these days a lot of photos are taken with them. I love taking photos with my phone and I have a couple go-to photo editing apps that I would like to share with you. After discovering these apps I rarely use the standard filters that you can find in Instagram. You can use these photo apps alone or in conjunction with each other. Read The Rest