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  • 30,000 years old rock drawings at Bhimbetka in Madhya Pradesh

    The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Rock Shelters, the Bhimbetka, is a pleasant delight. It is absolute fun to walk the rugged path of rocks showing beautiful depictions of painting from the pre-historic times. The rocky terrain is full of sights of craggy cliffs and lofty mountains surrounding you. Besides, you learn, how early humans […]

  • The Darkness Of Depression Through Conceptual Photography

    You live in a room full of darkness. The room inside your head. It’s lonely The darkness wraps around you – you can’t wash it off with soap… You are never clean enough It has you screaming but no sound coming out You crawl in the corner to hide… but even walls seem to be […]

  • Indian illustrator mixing the styles of Mahabharata and modern films

    Mukesh Singh has been working as an Illustrator, motion graphics artist, senior game artist, CG modeler and animator, and senior illustrator and concept artist for various comics, game, and film and television projects. Singh’s comics work began with Virgin Comics. He was selected by Marvel comics to design an armor for Indestructible Hulk. He has […]

  • These incredibly creative high heels look like wearable sculptures

    An Israeli Footwear designer, Kobi Levi is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem. Though he is not a sculptor, but his approach of designing footwear is very unique and these high heels look like sculptures. Levi says “In my artistic footwear design, the shoe is my canvas, The trigger […]

  • When Architectures get Creative beyond their Work

    Perhaps Architects are one of the most creative people on Earth. With their creative juices flowing the have crafted beautiful masterpieces scattered all over the globe.SO when architects are free, they too like to have fun, but in the most imaginative way. How do you ask? Scroll to find out. The London Eye-Cycle All about […]

  • Honor the spiritual side of you with these meaningful Hinduism inspired Tattoos

    Polynesians were thought to have gifted the World- Tattoos! The called it tatao, tattow, tatu or ta-tau, meaning “to tap or mark something.” The word was brought to England by Captain Cook during his voyages from Tahiti where he was introduced to tattoos. Tattoos were probably also used in ancient medicine as part of the […]

  • The Delicate art of Painting on Feathers by Jamie Homeister

    “I’m based in Indiana, but my work is influenced most by my Canadian heritage, and much of my featherwork gives a hard nod to the Native American culture. I do much of it by commission – many of my parrot-feather paintings depict the parrots from whom the feathers themselves fell.” With such a delicate canvas […]

  • Actual size Origami Elephant with just one piece of paper

    Sipho Mabona has created an incredible huge, life-sized elephant with just one sheet of paper. The elephant measures over 3 meters (10ft) in height. The sheet of paper was about 15 meters by 15 meters (50ft x 50ft). He needed ten people for shaping this heavy weight paper sheet. You can watch this giant origami […]

  • Uber-Intricate Ceramic Sculptures that combine the Surroundings with the Subject

    The surroundings can be anything, as in the art does not follow science. You will see a shark metamorphosing out of branches and then a little mantis on the back of a chameleon seated on the shark. But they have a certain flow to them and they all look together. That is Ellen Jewett for […]

  • Unbelievable Stone Sculptures by Hirotoshi Itoh

    Hirotoshi Itoh is a Japanese stone sculptor who is known for his humorously imaginative ideas and incredible ability to make stones look soft, flexible, and light. In 1982, he graduated from the prestigious Tokyo National Fine Arts University where he experimented with turning cold hard metals into something warm and soft. Upon his graduation from […]

  • An Artist Creates 3D Drawings To Confuse People

    3D drawings are 2-dimensional artwork that gives you a 3-dimensional optical illusion from a certain perspective. It can be very breathtaking and captivating once you get the angle correct. An artist from Serbia, Nikola Čuljić , creates really amazing 3D drawings that can confuse people. Self-taught , the 30-year-old artist started drawing actively since less than 3 […]

  • The Curious art of Imperfect Sculptures by Bruno Catalano

    Bruno Catalano, a French sculptor is famous for his art figures with substantial sections missing. These expressive bronze sculptures suddenly became an idea after he found a flaw in one of his complete figures. This series is called “Les Voyageurs” and were displayed at an exhibition in Marseilles. What’s especially impressive is that some of […]