This global pandemic has got us all stuck at home and bored, but it’s not that bad. Some of us just miss the ability to go to a museum. Well, some museums are offering creative solutions for you. The Getty museum, for example, suggested that people try to recreate works of art using items you have at home and the results are hilarious.
Meet Nicole Dextras, an environmental artist who often takes her creative vision out into the wild to showcase the fragility of our environment and the intimate relationship between nature and human beings.
Luke Shadbolt is a photographer from Australia that is fascinated by the ocean. Having grown up next to it he says that you just get attached to it in a way that you can’t quite put into words. You just find that once in a while, you just feel the need to go back to the ocean to reset.
Digital artist Gedo decided to draw his favourite pop-culture characters as religious figures but add specific elements to the drawings as references. Take a look at what that looks like below.
Justin Peters, a German photographer and artist, likes taking photos and editing them in a way that blends reality and fantasy. The results are mind-blowing and very creative photos of the world around us but with more magic sprinkled in. His goal is to merge reality with imagination to create fascinating surreal artworks and he’s mastered it.
Are you out of ideas on how to make your Instagram account really stand out? Meet Donna Adi, an artist who makes trending photos on Instagram look much more fun by adding cute illustrations to them.
Simon Berger always loved working with unusual materials – wood, metal, plastic, you name it! And he always loved mastering new skills. One of his latest obsessions is… shattering glass with hammer. But he does not just smash it, he uses glass as a canvas to create an amazing human portraits.