October 23, 2021

How Artists Turn Their Grief into Beauty

Everyone deals with grief differently. Some people turn inwards to retreat into themselves, while others throw themselves into a new endeavor to try and silence the pain. Although many artists may think that the way to work through their grief is to push through the pain, this could make you feel worse. To get some

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Evening over the meadow

The picture is made on 3 mm thick cardboard with lightfast oil paints. Quiet summer evening, the moment of sunset. Twilight fell on the meadow, only the river in the distance reflecting the sky showed the way to the horizon. The clouds in the sky stretched out in long, winding lines.

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This Artist Started Micro Crocheting As An Experiment, And Now She Creates Tiny Animals And Plants Using Needle And Thread

These crochet animals and plants are sure to be the cutest little things you’ll see today! Not only are they adorable, they are also extremely tiny! Artist Lucia created this wonderful series of macro animals and plants, and she also shares her knit and crochet designs with her followers. More: Instagram, Facebook, Etsy h/t: boredpanda

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“Captivate!”: Fashionable 90s in Amazing Nostalgic Photos

Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990. Roxanne Lowit The 90s are back! In a richly illustrated volume, which accompanies her first ever curated exhibition, Claudia Schiffer brings together legendary fashion photographers, designers and supermodels, whose visions captivated and shaped the decade. The book draws from a diverse panorama of various aspects, characters,

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Amazing Photographs Capture Everyday Life in Spanish Harlem in the Mid-1980s

Spanish Harlem, New York’s oldest barrio, is the U.S. mecca where Puerto Ricans first established themselves in the 1940s. One of America’s most vital centers of Latino culture, Spanish Harlem is home to 125,000 people, half of whom are Latino. h/t: vintag.es Shot in the mid-to-late 1980s, Joseph Rodriguez’s superb photographs bring us into the

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Brilliant Halloween Decorations That Are Both Funny And Frightening

Before you set out on a mission to browse the attic for the same Halloween decoration props you reuse every year, let us tell you something. The world has changed. Things got a whole lot more scary since COVID-19 showed up. And from what we have seen happening so far, the jack-o’-lantern ain’t gonna do

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THE RIVER KEEPER

The Autumn is Nature’s most beautiful creation. It is full of so much tenderness, warmth, unspoken promises and undisputable love. It touches my soul so deeply and makes me a better person each and every October. I am just feeling deeply, I love more, I enjoy life more, I am whole and in harmony with

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