The Raw Beauty of Motherhood – The Honest Body Project by Natalie McCain

Maternity and Motherhood are two of the most beautiful stages in a woman’s life. Creating, carrying and protecting a human being until it’s ready to face the outside world is something so ravishing that it should be celebrated everyday. However, it appears that our society today, instead of applauding mothers and telling them what astonishing…

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When the Price of Art is Too High

We all know that Art is not truth. Art is a lie that makes us realize truth… Picasso The quote goes on to remind us of the artist’s duty to us. I contend that there is also a duty owed by the appreciator of art. If art is a lie that makes us realize truth,…

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Dana Sibilsky: Our World Transformed through Art

Art is natural to our life and ways as a human being. We begin creating our own works of art when we begin to crawl and get into our mother’s makeup. This simple trait that is native to us from birth has unbelievable power. Through art, we have the ability to reflect, help others feel…

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Make Art Personal: Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone

We are all affected by art. An article written by Author Schlesinger Jr. for The New York Times quotes General George Washington as saying, “The Arts and Sciences essential to the prosperity of the State and to the ornament and happiness of human life have a primary claim to the encouragement of every lover of…

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Infographic: Top 100 Art Blogs to Follow in 2013. Molempire.com #12

Looking for new art blogs to read and follow in 2013? We have the honor to occupy 12th place in an infographic realized by Coupon Audit, gathering the top 100 art blogs to follow in 2013. Since 2010 we’ve been bringing you the best news about great art and artists, interviews and interesting art features…

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A Scream Worth $120 million

Photo from The Poppy’s by the Tree Killer on Tumblr The famous painting entitled “The Scream” by Norwegian painter Edvard Munch just became the most expensive painting sold at an auction, after it fetched no more than $119.9 million. The expressionist painting was sold recently during a Sotheby’s auction to an anonymous buyer, thus also…

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The Fantasy Art Drawings of a Romanian Artist

It’s not easy to affirm yourself as an artist nowadays, especially if you are a  young one, but this girl is determined to. We are talking about Andreea S., an eighteen year old student from Romania who developed from an early age an extraordinary artistic sense. “An aspiring animator and film-maker” as she describes herself,…

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Challenging Conventions

In 1863, for the first time in centuries, a guy named Edouard Manet challenged what it was known as “Art”. An anti-academist who rattled a cage that was left to rest in peace for too many centuries, Manet would open the way for the biggest artistic revolution ever seen. Impressionism, Dadaism, Cubism, Surrealism, Pop Art,…

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Amazing Coffee And Toast Portraits

When someone says “coffee and toast” you probably think of breakfast, right? Well some people decided to use these items in a definitely more creative way. They put together loads of coffee cups or toasted slices of bread resulting some pretty impressive portraits of painted-characters, celebrities and other people. After taking a look at the…

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Body Painting: The Human Canvases of Danny Setiawan

Lead me not into temptation… for I can find it myself. And I did, most of it on Danny Setiawan’s website. If art and beautiful women are tantalizing, then look no further. You don’t even have to choose, as famous artworks and gorgeous women have merged in a photographic display. Body painting may come in…

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Painting Dead Trees Is Curtis Killorn’s Hobby

Curtis Killorn is one of the people that just got tired of seeing lifeless trees. So he thought of a way to make them more life-like. I’m not talking about treant or ent kind of bringing them to life but about a more colorful way of bestowing them with it. Yellow, orange and green aren’t…

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Colored Pencils in Jewelry

The handmade boom has reached a peak nowadays. Everyone is either creating handmade jewelry or wearing it, most times both. Leather, beads, modelling clay, brass, copper are all materials that handmade artists work with in achieving themed jewelry. Basically, they just use whatever their imagination can lay its thoughts on. As a result, they resorted to pencils…

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