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One of the rare positive things this pandemic brought us is the chance to try things we never had the time for—as long as we can try them at home. Many people have been focusing on cooking or baking, and some of them have really mastered the...
To stop the spread of the coronavirus, people continue to practice social distancing and staying at home. While they're doing this, they're also becoming more creative about passing time and trying new hobbies like baking, reading, yoga, and art therapy. On Pinterest, searches for art therapy have...
The Japanese art of Kintsugi gives new life to broken objects. By mending broken pieces with precious metal, Kintsugi artists are able to repair broken things and give them a new life, making them even more beautiful than they were before. The philosophy of Kintsugi can easily...
Chances are you've seen a Celia Jacobs illustration without even realizing it. The Portland-born, Los Angeles-based illustrator has worked with some of the biggest brands and publications out there. Those include The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as Google,...
With spring behind us and summer almost over with, these past months have been far from normal. But while we can't really enjoy the benefits of sunshine, there's no stopping us from filling our Instagram feed with summer inspiration. With flowers, and floral patterns...
Unfortunately, it might take some time before we hit the road again, as traveling in most places is still strictly prohibited (and rightly so!). But in the meanwhile, as we idly scroll through our Instagram feed, we might take comfort in the painted landscapes of Polly Townsend.
Artist Tess Gray sees painting and drawing as fundamentally the same thing. “Oil paint is the material I sketch with most naturally for landscapes, but for figures I favor dry media," shared the British artist in an interview with Jackson’s Art. While the tended to work with...
Snail mail seems to withstand the test of time even as technology has threatened to make it obsolete. London designer Mary Katrantzou's postage stamp-printed collection is the nostalgia we can all use during this time. The stamps are actually Katrantzou's way of promoting...
As we're getting used to sitting at home thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, we're finding more and more enjoyable things to do. Many people don't go to work or school right now and it can get pretty difficult to sit around all day doing nothing. We recently...
There is a small but magical workshop in Moscow called "Maple Fox" that crafts surreal, miniature worlds inside resin jewelry and other decorative items. The talented duo and the only two workshop employees are Maxim and Diana, a young married couple who teamed up to create these magical worlds in resin.

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