No war can do without propaganda. Whether it’s to boost the army’s morale or cheer up the civilians, we all need something to hold on to in these difficult times.
When growing up, our parents always told us not to play with our food. But then the world invented rice balls and made a type of food that looks like it was specifically made to play with.
Art is subjective, we all know that, but this one lady is just something else.
If you’re into stuff like Salvador Dali and other surrealistic painters, this is going to be right up your alley.
Brazilian artist Luis Rogério Faria Rosa replaces all the actors in the movie posters with cats and dogs. How cool is that?
There’s something truly hypnotizing and chilling about how realistic yet scary these little sculptures are. You might even say it’s horrific, but perhaps this tension between horrific and cute is where the crux of QimmyShimmy’s popularity lies.
Well, whether you saw it coming or not: meet Felipe Cavieres!
There’s almost no character smothered in nostalgia that isn’t part of the Disney family right now.
If you’re also bored of scrolling through endless photos of boring #ootd looks on Instagram and would like to make it more exciting by seeing some fun art – this is what you need.
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.