Months and months in lockdown has been a perfect opportunity to explore what the movie and TV industry has to offer. With nothing much else to do and desperate need for entertainment, binging on Netflix shows has become totally acceptable, and with a high-quality Original series, even plausible. Here’s a treat for couch potatoes who have seen the best of Netflix—TheToyZone collaborated with digital artists to recreate iconic scenes from Netflix’s favorite shows with LEGO.Continue reading Digital Artists Recreate Scenes From 8 Netflix Shows In LEGO And Some Of Them Would Cost Up To $1000 In Real Life
During lockdown in Italy, JR reminds us of the importance of access to cultural institutions in his own way.
Called La Ferita (“the wound” in Italian), the artwork creates the optical illusion of a large gash on the exterior walls of the building. Inside, one can contemplate from the outside a black and white vision of the interior of the closed building. The stunning collage allows to highlight the heritage of this city despite the successive closures.Continue reading JR’s Photocollage on the Facade of a Museum in Florence
These are some ink illustrations that represent different emotional states I experience while in lockdown. Millions of people went through similar states but I hope we all came into 2021 with a more resilient mindset, as is represented by the last illustration.Continue reading My 10 Illustrations That Express Different Emotional States In Lockdown
I posted on BP last year a needle felted feather that looked like a feather, and the monstrosity that was my first attempt (which looked like a mitten!) to inspire artists to try something again that they might have been unsuccessful at the first time around.
In this post, I’m sharing my progression with needle felted pet portraits – the first one was attempted in 2018 and I didn’t try again as it was so shocking…but with lockdown and an online course, I tried again in 2021.Continue reading My Needle Felted Art (5 Pics)
If you are sick of lockdown in your house and being forcefully turned into a couch potato, this British pilot, currently based in Hong Kong, will take you on a trip around the world. And although following his father’s footsteps, Lee Mumford indeed knows how to fly a plane and he also can show you the jewels of the planet in an easier, corona-free, and much cheaper way. While working as an airline pilot, he has visited over 40 countries and has seen some of the most magical and picturesque places on Earth. It would be a shame not to share them with others, so he combined his love of flying and photography to provide us with breathtaking photos that range from beautiful landscapes to vivid cityscapes.Continue reading Besides Being A Pilot, This Man Also Takes Stunning Photos Of Places He Visits Around The World (105 Pics)
I started drawing back in the first lockdown at first it was on and off but now i do around one a week at least (and I’m doing commissions). So if you want to improve on something go out and put in those hours.Continue reading I Am 16, Been Doing Digital Art For The Last 6 Months…
I pulled up some mood photos (from different editorials of my work) that most resonate with the current lockdown. Stay fab and enjoy!Continue reading I Pulled Up Some Of My Different Editorial Mood Photos That Resonate With The Current Lockdown (7 Pics)
Despite the lockdown, what images did you manage to capture the last year 2020?
I was lucky enough to get away to Norway for 10 days at the beginning of March before the UK went into its first lockdown. At the time, the UK’s virus levels were extremely low, and no one seemed to know what was coming.Continue reading Despite The Lockdown, I Managed To Get These Beautiful Images
I am a professional photographer. When the quarantine was announced for the first time, the whole world was locked down, so my reservations got canceled and I found myself staying at home with my partner and two cats.
Feeling a bit bored and suffering from a lack of cultural activities, I was looking at art online; I was really inspired by the people and their creativity during the time of world pandemic and lockdown, so I decided to give it a go myself: I recreated classic art by photography using only the things that I could find at home and with the help of my beloved ones. This is what we made!Continue reading My Girlfriend And I Were So Bored During Lockdown, We Recreated These 18 Famous Paintings
Lockdown is still going strong in a lot of countries. We are stuck at home, most of us bored out of our minds, but there is something that helps us make quarantine a little more bearable—wine, of course. And did you know that you can not only drink it, but use it as paint for your next artistic masterpiece?
A Serbian artist by the name Sanja Jankovic creates amazing works of art using wine. She portrays characters from the popular TV show Game of Thrones, scenes from the movie Interstellar, and even famous paintings like the Mona Lisa. The artist told us: “I create art with unconventional materials. I am originally from Serbia, the infamous winemakers’ Srem district. Attending wine tastings is quite a common thing there. During a tasting back in 2015, a spilled red wine over a clean tablecloth had caught my attention. I imagined those deep red stains on white paper and after a few successful experiments, ‘Winerelle art’ came to life.”Continue reading This Artist Creates Paintings Using Wine (36 Pics)