It’s Guaranteed that You’ve Never Heard Music Like This Before

By Anne Cacherell There’s beauty in everything, but one can only see it with an open mind and heart. However, there are some things in this life that would need extra work and effort to turn into something really wonderful. Mexican artist Pedro Reyes believes in the same principle. For him, the purpose of art…

Find Out Why This “Bemusement” Park Is Garnering International Attention

By Anne Cacherell Located on an abandoned 2.5 acre swimming resort in Weston-super-Mare, UK is a theme park attraction with a very dark twist called “Dismaland.” Described as a nightmare version of Disneyland, this “bemusement” park offers an alternative to those who are looking for an escape from the traditional and the conventional, and to…

This Street Art Was Actually Asked for by the City Government!

By Richard K. Noots Paul Walsh of New Zealand had enough of the bland utility boxes that littered his community in Aukland. After having one of his paints ruined by the government, popular outcry convinced the leaders of Aukland to not only allow Walsh to continue, but practically commissioned him to keep working. Isn’t that crazy? Now this…

This is the Kind of Art That is Actually Alive!

By Richard K. Noots Gigi Rodgers is a different breed of artist. She insteads choose to use her body as part of the canvas, instead of just being the medium to her art. It’s original, and a little freaky. Imagine seeing this on the side of the street without knowing that an actual person was there? Regardless, if you want…

This Monumental Installation Symbolizes Boston’s History & Progress

By Anne Cacherell Blending into the sky within the day and coming to life at night, this ethereal sculpture by internationally renowned local artist Janet Echelman titled “As If It Were Already Here” has transformed Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy into a huge museum. Created for the city’s public art program, this monumental installation serves…

This Project Transformed a Historical Monument Into a Massive Art Exhibit

By Anne Cacherell Art is allowing your imagination to be boundless and limitless. Situated in the heart of the city of Marseille, is the old school of St. Thomas Aquinas, a remarkable 18th century building that played an important part in the history of France. The educational institution closed down in 2012 and was reopened…

This Artist Can Carve Anything From Any Home Item!

By Richard K. Noots Maskull is a bit of … A unique artist. As you can tell from the title photo, he has a flair for design. Oh, and a flair for what seems to be a bit macabre. Luckily, he has the skills to back up doing whatever he wants. This is why he’s been reimagining household items…

These Collages Will Definitely Make Your Head Spin

By Richard K. Noots Artist Oddly Head has created some unique pieces of art that might just blow your mind. He’s been creating collages, but not just ordinary ones. When you look below, maybe you’ll recognize where he got some of the photos. Either way, this guy is pretty inventive and I’m definitely looking at collages in a different…

This is What the First Steps on Mars Would Look Like

By Richard K. Noots Julien Mauve is an man with a one-track mind. He can’t stop dreaming about life on Mars! Luckily, he’s an aspiring artist with a fantastic imagination, so perhaps we can see what he sees, even if only for a moment. Here, he has presented his Man on Mars idea, and check out his location! I don’t…

Batman Has Inspired a Classical Art Movement

By Richard K. Noots Ever wonder what Batman would look like with a classical art feel? No? Well, now you’ll be even more impressed! Vartan Garnikyan has been studying art for a very long time. While not everyone likes his art, you can’t deny it’s talent. Vartan does a masterful job of recreating each painting with a modern spin. Personally though, I…

Are You Ready to Meet the Two-Face of the Art World?

By Richard K. Noots Ukrainian artist Pavel Vetrov is creating something new. Ever notice how boring hotel rooms are? I mean, sure, they’re nice and cozy … But They’re always lacking a little something. Pavel has decided that something is asymmetry. Going for a half modern-chic and half chaotic poor man’s city, he has created this prototype model. So, be sure to tell…

Just Who is Hanksy, and What is He About?

By Richard K. Noots People can get famous for almost no reason, but Hanksy is not one of those people. After taking a liking to one of Banksy’s popular pieces of street art, he began to create his own. Well, more like he began to spoof Banksy. It turned out though, this guy has a sense of humor, and is pretty…

This Man is Turning Art in to His Cathedral

By Richard K. Noots Inside Revolution is the project of Yoakim Bélanger. Using a recently bought church, he plans to really ramp up his art style to an entirely new level. Covered in his amazing paintings, Yoakim also plans to make dazzling light shows, concerts and anything else related to the process of art. He’s…

It Turns Out, There IS an Art to Falling Down

By Richard K. Noots It’s hard to stand upright sometimes, and Kerry Skarbakka demonstrates the struggle perfectly. He’s managed to nail the art of picturing people in precarious positions. Now, if you’ve been in one of these spots before, is this what it was like? I feel like these photos are ultra-realistic, but you’ll have…

This Art Shows How Technology Interweaves Our Lives

By Richard K. Noots Even though we live in a wireless age, we’re still surrounded by wires. Chargers, connectors, HDMI cables, you name it, it’s got a plug somewhere. That’s how Chris Tsevis got his inspiration for creating this unique wire art. He’s not only created some crafty work, but it’s also quite insightful. How…

These Boat Drawings Will Blow Your Mind

By Richard K. Noots Tom Crestodina likes to draw boats. He also likes to draw boats with his son. Since Tom works in the fishing industry, he has a large base of knowledge on the subject and he loves drawing. So, why not combine them together? Tom and his son work hard, but the product…

This is One Way to Restyle Old Books

By Richard K. Noots Jacqueline Rush Lee has a … unique hobby. She takes old, unusable books and converts them to art. What kind of art, you ask? Well, It’s definitely abstract. However, having one of these on your mantle would definitely be a conversation starter. Her technique on how she accomplishes these structures is…

The Truth Behind Science and Art

By Richard K. Noots Many people think science and art are somehow separate categories. This is demonstrably not true, however. Rather, science and art not only co-exist, but also happen to help each subject thrive. The reason why is because art can do something that science cannot necessarily do: Bring imagination to life. This makes it easier to understand what scientists and doctors…