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Gothic style in jewelry

When working with Gothic jewelry, preference is given to white gold, silver and platinum, or so-called white metals. Probably such a love of white color is associated with the reality that more precious lighter metals draw out the gloomier strength  the fact that light of the black stone that brings together Gothic objects. They most […]

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Josef Boyce Felt Suit (1970)

Boyce believed that the modern economic system did not take into account domestic needs, locking a person in prison for production and consumption. A precondition for the emergence of a true alternative to existing reality for Boyce was through growth of how art was traditionally conceived: the creative process needed to contain and have business […]

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5 Helpful Networking Tips for Artists

While networking can be some people’s forte, it can be nerve wrecking for some. It’s not always easy for artists to take time off from putting together their art pieces and have exhausting and awkward conversations with people. However, for most upcoming artists it is an important trick to keep the freelance gigs coming in […]

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The Colours of Truck Art

This intricate form of art, called Truck Art is practiced commonly in South Asia, especially Pakistan. The highly complex and greatly detail-oriented form of art leaves people from all over the world dumbfounded. Its awe-inspiring and overwhelming designs and patterns never cease to amaze people and this elaborate art form gives a hint of highly […]

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The Mesmerizing Ebru Art

The myriad of exquisite patterns imprinted upon a plain sheet of paper is an art, an art that is known as Ebru Art, also referred to as Paper marbling. Although its basic origins are not properly known, but it is said to be one of the oldest Turkish arts. It uses an array of colours, […]

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Origami; The Art of Paper Folding

The art of creasing the paper to make intricate or simple figures and shapes is called Origami. Origami is an art that has its root anchored in Japanese culture, this technique brings life to the dead, flat sheet of paper by folding it into different sculptures. People nowadays from all over the world practice this […]

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Warli Art; An Aesthetic Pleasure

There are many types of folk arts that are done all around the world, Warli Art is one of them. It is a type of art that has originated from Maharashtra tribe, one of the biggest tribes in India. The art is itself one of a kind, as it uses rudimentary geometric shapes such as […]

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Why both Kids and Adults Should do Arts and Crafts

Arts and crafts are a great avenue to promote mental health and enhance creativity among children and adults. Arts and crafts activities contribute to the cognitive, emotional, and social development of kids. When you encourage creativity among kids, they certainly develop important skills that may contribute to their long-term achievement both in school and even […]

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