Couples Prove You’re Never Too Old To Have Fun!

May 29, 2015 in Art, People, Photography

You hear it all the time: “you’re never too old to have fun”. This photo series couldn’t encapsulate this saying any better! So get out there and love like you’ve never been hurt, dance like nobody’s watching, and live like it’s heaven on earth… no matter how old you are!    And don’t forget, if […]


Simply Brilliant Facebook Statuses!

May 29, 2015 in Fun

Sometimes it is refreshing to see a status that isn’t a picture of a child or a badly taken photo of a bad dinner. So bring on the weekend with a smile with these hilarious Facebook status updates! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. […]


Sean Yoro Paints Meticulous Seaside Murals While Balancing on His Paddle Board

May 29, 2015 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

Riding atop a paddle board, artist Sean Yoro (aka Hula), paints murals while floating on the waves, placing his works just above sea level. The murals, all portraits of women, have a hyperrealistic quality that appear as if each is existing just above the tide. Due to the works’ position above the water they reflect perfectly into […]


Artist Collects 50,000 Keys Across the Globe for An Exhibition About Memories

May 28, 2015 in Art, artist, People, Sculpture

Within the 2015 Venice Art Biennale’s Japan Pavilion, artist Chiharu Shiota has amazed visitors with an extraordinarily immersive presentation. Using two boats, vibrant red yarn, a net of interlaced metal, and more than 50,000 unique used keys, Shiota created “The Key in the Hand,” an exhibition meant to inspire viewers to think about the importance of memories and the unknown. […]


Vintage Life Hacks from 100 Years Ago

May 28, 2015 in Design, Drawing, Fun

Back in the 1900s, cigarette manufactures used to insert stiffening cards into their paper cigarette packs to add strength and help them last longer. Along the way, someone had the bright idea of printing trivia, artwork and even famous people and athletes (Honus Wagner anyone?) onto the stiffening cards. In the early 20th Century, Gallaher’s […]


Dad Makes His Son With Down Syndrome Fly In Adorable Photo Series

May 27, 2015 in Art, artist, People, Photography

1-year-old William (Wil) Lawrence, the youngest in his family, was born a little bit different from the rest of his brothers and sisters, but that won’t hold him back. Wil has Down syndrome, but thanks to a bit of Photoshop magic from his photographer dad Alan, he also has a very special gift – Wil can fly! Alan, […]


Hush Shows Us What East Meets West Looks Like, Street Art Style

May 27, 2015 in Art, artist, Body Art, Painting, People

When we last saw Hush, he generously donated a work which artFido cut out of the gallery wall and raised $13,500 for Challenge, an organisation which assists kids with cancer and their families (see HERE). There was such strong bidding on this charity piece – not just because it was raising money for a great cause - but also […]


Amazing Artwork Created Using 24km of Thread Wrapped Around 13,000 Nails!

May 26, 2015 in Art, artist, Craft, Sculpture

Ukrainian artist Zenyk Palagniuk wrapped 24 km (15 mi) of thread around 13,000 nails to create an amazingly realistic portrait of Justin Timberlake. It took the artist over 200 hours to complete. Palagniuk began by sketching the portrait on a large piece of plywood. He then hammered in all of the nails and wrapped the […]

Richard Prince

Artist Richard Prince Makes $100,000 Selling Your Instagram Pictures in New York

May 25, 2015 in Art, artist, Drawing, Painting

Right now you can purchase someone’s Instagram photo for around $100,000. The money won’t go to the photographer, however, it will go to Richard Prince, who has blown up and made prints of other people’s Instagram photos for his series titled “New Portraits.” The previously private show at the Gagosian has been a part of Frieze. According to […]


Lace Patterns Delicately Cut from Industrial Steel Objects by Cal Lane

May 25, 2015 in Art, artist, Sculpture

Cal Lane works in a series of “Industrial Doilies”, producing works that use contradiction to create an empathetic form. Lane imparts highly industrial materials with touches of delicacy, adding filigree to car parts, oil tanks, and shovels with a blowtorch. Her chosen patterns also exist on another level, their compositions inspired by those used in religious […]


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