Creation

  • Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

    Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels It is impossible to say that art installations are created only for beauty, because this is not so. Almost always, designers and artists put a certain meaning into their creations. Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels Korean artist Kim Sooja created an art installation called "Lotus Zone of Zero, 2008". ...
  • Art pencil carving

    Artistic pencil carving Staying in creative torment, a person just won’t do it with a pen or pencil, which is in his hands. Someone gnaws at writing instruments, someone just twists them in their hands, and some create outlandish designs from pencils. If you have talent, to works of art that used to be ordinary pencils, it is just right to take pride of place next to other unusual crafts from ordinary things. ...
  • Without a face - photos by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

    Photos from Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin Photography is an extremely interesting art. If you think carefully, you can count in it just hundreds of different directions. Here are portraits, and landscape, and still life, and much, much more. Nevertheless, according to the site of Culturology.ru, photographers do not stop and create more and more new genres. ...
  • 5 significant works of art subjected to vandalism in the 21st century

    Works of art subjected to vandalism in the 21st century on March 2, 2001, the world was dumbfounded by the demolition of two ancient Buddha statues, committed in Afghanistan by its Taliban, then in power in this country. In the courtyard is the twenty-first century, and people are still seduced by the glory of Herostratus. And in this review we will talk about some of the most egregious cases of vandalism in relation to famous works of world art that have occurred since 2000. ...
  • 10 characters and gestures to use with extreme caution

    Symbols and gestures that must be used with extreme caution. Ancient symbolism has transformed over time. Images that have a certain sacred meaning today could initially have a completely different meaning. We have collected 10 symbols and gestures, the meaning of which has changed significantly over time, and in different cultures they can have different meanings. ...
  • Brilliant, but still human: 5 myths about Nicola Tesla, which have nothing to do with reality

    Nikola Tesla was undoubtedly one of the greatest inventors in the history of science. However, his merits have recently been so hyperbolized that it is already difficult to understand which ones are true. Most of the myths about Tesla appeared during the life of an outstanding Serb. Moreover, the scientist himself never prevented this, but on the contrary - deliberately enveloped his person with a halo of mystery. ...
  • "Alphabet" = Food Alphabet

    "Alphabet" = Alphabet from food It’s not at all necessary to be a designer or artist to create, entertaining yourself and your loved ones in different ways. It’s enough to just come up with some kind of funny idea and realize it, and then show it to everyone. Someone will surely be delighted! "Alphabet" = Alphabet from food "Alphabet" = Alphabet from food "Alphabet" = Alphabet from food According to Cultural Studies. ...
  • Easter in the West. Unusual Easter eggs from craftsmen in Europe and America

    The most unusual Easter eggs in the world The Catholic world celebrated Easter yesterday, March 31. And today on the Internet you can find many images of Easter eggs created by creative craftsmen from Europe and America. It turns out that in the West there is a tradition of painting eggs for this holiday. ...
  • Britta Hope's Sweet Tooth Bike

    Britta Hope's delicious bike Seeing this unusual bike, someone will have an appetite, and someone, it is possible, has a toothache. The fact is that the bike from 3D designer Britta Hope, a senior teacher at the School of Visual Arts, is made from a huge variety of real sweets. ...
  • 17 incredible 3D tattoos that amaze with their realism

    Hyperrealistic voluminous tattoos. Tattoos can be a real art. In our new review, we have collected the most vivid and impressive examples of the so-called three-dimensional tattoos. Everyone enjoy watching. 1. Optical illusion Optical illusion in a tattoo. Fantastic tattoo with the image of lines, among which you can see the volumetric image of the skull. ...
  • Stunning retro photos of the first "tornado hunters"

    Photos * of tornado hunters. * Hurricanes and tornadoes have always scared people and at the same time attracted them with their mystery. Whatever you say, but there is something attractive in this destructive primitive power. With the invention of portable cameras, the so-called "tornado hunters" appeared, who, in pursuit of unique frames, sought to be at the epicenter of the elements. ...
  • Chair from the "chair" (concept project)

    Chair from the "chair" (concept project) Very often, designers create their projects based on existing ones. And the truth is not in vain that the proverb says: everything new is well forgotten old. And there is nothing wrong with using old, already forgotten ideas. Chair from the "chair" (concept project) As we learn on the site of Cultural Studies. ...
  • Painted Sewer Manholes in Japan

    Painted sewer manholes in Japan. I think no one doubts that in Japan they approach everything with enthusiasm and imagination? And always the Japanese want to show how creative and skillful they are! So, once again, we learn that they are even interested in sewer manholes, reports Culturology.ru. Painted sewer manholes in Japan Painted sewer manholes in Japan Painted sewer manholes in Japan Painted sewer manholes in Japan It would seem, can sewers be made pretty and bright? ...
  • Pencil against Camera. A riot of fantasy Ben Heine.

    Ben Heine, Pencil vs. Camera. The idea of ​​replacing a piece of photograph with a piece of drawing is not being realized for the first time, but since everything new is well forgotten and processed old, I suggest you take a look at a selection of the most talented Belgian photo artist Ben Heine. Ben Heine, Pencil vs. Camera. ...
  • Ferromagnetic sculptures: when science meets art.

    Ferromagnetic sculptures: when science meets art. Imagine a deep dish with a dark oily liquid. You put a small magnet under it, and the liquid in the dish comes to life, takes the form of a flowing needle-like figure, as if it was about to jump out of its dishes. No, this is not a schizophrenic nightmare, it is ferromagnetic sculptures. ...
  • Mona Lisa from over 3,500 cups of coffee

    Mona Lisa from more than 3,500 cups of coffee Leonardo da Vinci probably would have been surprised if he had found out as soon as his Mona Lisa was not copied. However, the issue of putting her portrait out of cups of coffee hasn’t been discussed so far, reports Culturology.ru. But this is only for now! Mona Lisa from more than 3,500 cups of coffee Back in the month of July, the 16th, in The Sydney, Australia, The Rocks Aroma Festival was held. ...
  • Chocolate Wonders from Japan

    Chocolate tools not included in the review Chocolate - it is like a drug. One lightens the mood, the other brightens up the evenings in front of the TV, the third stimulates mental activity, the fourth inspires exploits ... And last year, the chocolate muse inspired the Japanese maestro to an amazing exhibition of sweet miracles. ...
  • Optimus Prime in steampunk style: either a robot or a steam locomotive

    Optimus Prime in steampunk style. This often happens in modern culture, in modern design. It would seem that completely incompatible, but very interesting things or concepts collide with each other and generate something new, interesting, original. Here, take at least steampunk and transforming robots. ...
  • Top 15 Ideal Places for a Perfect Vacation

    Stunning scenery of Austria. The incredible variety of picturesque landscapes and unique natural phenomena “scattered” around the world, as well as the desire to see all this with my own eyes, makes hundreds of thousands of avid travelers pack their bags at least once a year and set off to meet new impressions and emotions. ...
  • Food that is not getting better

    Caring Matthew Sporzinsky creates confectionery products especially for those on a diet. To eat such things in order to lose weight, women often ask such a question, and less often men. According to the law of meanness, everything tasty is fatal to the waist, and how frustrating it is to sit at the festive table, watching friends eating “harmful” goodies on both cheeks and not touch either the cake or the pastries, worrying that the next morning the scales will show " gain "in the amount of a couple of kilograms! ...