Quirky Short Comics by Young Female Scientist

Scientist and artist in one, Olivera is a beautiful soul who describes her art simply: “Kinda funny, mostly random.” Liv, as people like to call her, has a fascinating talent to create hilarious short comics easily relatable to many. Olivera is from Belgrade, Serbia, she studies physical chemistry which keeps her very busy leaving her with less time to focus on her illustrations. “Since I was a child

Quirky Short Comics by Young Female Scientist

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Giants of Rice Straws Rise Again in Japan’s Wara Art Festival

Japan is a mesmerizing place whenever and wherever you look. Even rice straw leftovers can become extremely viral and fascinatingly artistic when used as they are at Wara Art Festival. This is another annual event that occurs each Autumn in Japan, due to rice harvest season when farmers find interesting ways to

Giants of Rice Straws Rise Again in Japan’s Wara Art Festival

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Colorful Textured Embroidery Thread Landscapes and Dynamic Skies by Vera Shimunia

Vera Shimunia is a fascinating embroidery artist from Saint Petersburg, Russia. She started her practice in 2015. Embroidery seems to be the perfect medium for Vera since it requires less patience than cross-stitch and she finds it much more exciting even than painting. Vera’s a self-taught artist and she looks at her needle as a brush. Her art pieces are palm-sized created out of a variety of

Colorful Textured Embroidery Thread Landscapes and Dynamic Skies by Vera Shimunia

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Stunning Nightscapes and Astrophotography by Felix Heisig

Very few have the talent and the patience for this particular type of photography. Self-taught nightscape photographer Felix Heisig grew even more in love with the night as he reached for the stars with his camera. After many shots done under the light of the beautiful stars, Felix felt like he should give his attention to his everlasting companions. He both the special equipment

Stunning Nightscapes and Astrophotography by Felix Heisig

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