Different colors can impact the way we think, what we buy and even our design choices. Find the perfect shade that fits your aesthetic with this helpful guide from HGTV.com featuring 18 popular hues.
Concise illustrated history of 1960s makeup. Tutorials, videos and shopping links. Get the mod swinging sixties groovy chick look of Twiggy
Иллюстрации Дин Стюарт. Он американский художник, стремительно набирающий популярность в сети, что не удивительно яркие нотки шутки, сарказма, сюрреализма, окрашивают его работы, придавая им более глубокий смысл. Это современная жизнь через понимание и чувства художника. Журналисткая этика…
90+ cool iphone aesthetic wallpapers backgrounds for your mobile phone background. These aesthetic wallpapers are super cool and fun!
Find out in what academia aesthetic you fit in: Classic Academia; Dark Academia; Light Academia; Romantic Academia; Art Academia or Chaotic Academia.
Grand Theft Auto: Fine Art Edition. H/T Hopes and Fears.
Today I’m sharing 50 (more) free wall art printables! I shared over 50 of my favorite instant art printables late last year, and everyone really enjoyed
The Japanese illustrator known as Avogado6 uses the language everyone understands—and that is no language at all. It's probably because the delicate topics and complex emotions he conveys are too difficult to describe with words, so this artist chooses thought-provoking visual stories in his unique style. Most of his illustrations are like pills, each containing the flaws of our society and mental struggles. And I must admit, some of them are really hard to swallow. His emotion-fueled, dark, and disturbing illustrations talk about things you wish no one relates to; however, it's a pretty accurate, yet haunting, depiction of the depths of our world.
From a series of photographs entitled The Golden Hour by New York-based artist and photographer KangHee Kim
Few would argue if we said that pets are an endless source of joy and happiness in our lives. Therefore, there is no surprise people are trying to immortalize them in every way possible. This Aussie painter, Vanessa Stockard, found the best way to do that by sneaking her three adorable cats, Kevin The Kittin, his mom Fluff Ferstenberg and the head of the adorable fluff family, Satan, into her paintings. Stockard’s process includes pieces developed without visual reference but rather from memory. These narratives incorporate domestic pets such as cats and dogs, juxtaposing the anthropomorphic nature of these animals are given by society, she infuses the personification of virtue and vice into the everyday canine and feline status quo. Cats with their fluffy comical exteriors yet instinctual urge to kill and a tendency to be cruel to their prey, dogs with their providence of happiness and friendship flung back to Churchill’s metaphor for depression. Despite this not-so -cheerful description of her works, Stockard manages to make her art somehow quirky and very enjoyable!
Library patrons make excellent art models.