Photo by Amanda KingloffHalloween is a holiday that comes in many shades—more so than just about any other occasion for celebration. It can be silly, gory, spooky, sexy, or—especially this year—mystical and elegant. That’s the aesthetic that inspired this DIY, which taps into the current divination-centric decor trend. Explore Halloween ideas While it’s not exactly… via How to Make Palmistry-Inspired Candleholders for Your Halloween Bash — Etsy Journal
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A blast from the past. Mom’s first commission piece, the old D’andreas Liquor Store on the corner of West Avenue and Route 29 in the city of Saratoga Springs, New York.
Featured Artist Bolduc Claude – Quebec, CanadaInstagram Claude Bolduc was born in Alma, Quebec (Canada) on the 1st of January 1955. On January 4th 1987, birthday of the primitive painter Arthur Villeneuve (Claude Bolduc’s first mentor), Claude begins to paint as a self-taught artist. At this time, the painter stages his own memories and political… via Featured Artist – Bolduc Claude – Artist Portfolio Magazine — Artist Portfolio Magazine
Art is life, life is art. Nature (winter, spring, summer, fall), nudity, color, black and white, in reality, canvas, print, photography, drawing, sketch, pottery, glass, and wood. Art is all around us. How you view art is up to you. Whether it’s in real life (reality) or hung on the wall, or on your table, art is the spice of life. Give a comment and say what your favorite type of art is.
The founder of People of Print – and of the only poster in the world registered as a magazine – explains how print can thrive in the digital age. If you ask illustrator Marcroy Smith, reports of the death of print have been greatly exaggerated. The founder of People of Print, an online platform where… via Print isn’t dead: Posterzine on the future of print — MOO Blog