This Disney Make-up Art Is Like a Fairytale Come True

Check out this Disney make-up art that uses movies like The Little Mermaid, Moana, Beauty and the Beast, and more beloved stories as inspiration for fantastic facially-focused creativity.    A post shared by Tal Peleg (@tal_peleg) on Jul 8, 2017 at 10:10am PDT A post shared by Stevie Schenk (@ohmystevie) on Feb 7, 2017 at 11:39am PST A post shared… Read more →

6 Ways Artists Use SHOCK Value (With Examples)

  Shock value is something that has always been used in art and will continue to be used as long as artists can elicit strong reactions by creating pieces that are unforgettable… to say the least. Check out these 6 ways that artists use shock value in their art and examples of artists who use those forms of shock value… Read more →

Kesha Says a UFO Sighting Inspired Her New Album

  After years of legal battles that have prevented Kesha from releasing new music — not to mention had fans and stars alike rallying around the singer to #FreeKesha — she’s now back with a brand new album, “Rainbows” (due for release on August 11). And while we might assume that her past struggles and future hopes might be the motivation behind… Read more →

Ozzy Man Reviews the Arts

  For those of you who are unaware: Ozzy Man is an Australian fella on Youtube who is known for “reviewing wildlife, sport, WTF vids, game of thrones and the odd movie. Bloody tellin’ it straight. No bullshit.” With 1,436,540 subscribers and 274,519,039 views, it’s safe to say he’s friggin’ hilarious. Check out the videos below in which Ozzy Man takes on… Read more →

Create Flame Art with this Free Online Tool

  Creative pyromaniacs, I have a safe solution for your fiery needs. To avoid actual flammable materials, take a look at Flame Painter from Escape Motions. A “unique paint application that lets you easily create original artworks, design or light effects with procedural brushes,” you can change up the color, brush/flame size, saturation, opacity, speed, focus, and more. Lotsa options to… Read more →

These Basquiat Tattoos Are Beautiful Body-Art Tributes

Basquiat‘s recent record-setting painting has sparked a renewed interest in the artist, which is why we’ve not only been enjoying some of the best Basquait gifs, but are also taking a look at these Basquiat tattoos which are beautiful body-art tributes.   A post shared by Please drop me an email! (@pigmentninja) on May 15, 2017 at 10:59am PDT A… Read more →

Mickey Mouse’s Evolution Through The Years

  Mickey Mouse may be one of the most recognizable characters in the world, but throughout the years he’s gone through quite the transformation. From his simplified black & white original look back in 1927 to the current stylized throwback version, check out Mickey Mouse though the years (via Daily Infographic).     (h/t Imgur/DailyInfographic) Read more →

Here’s What You’ll Find On #ArtistTwitter

  Social media is an awesome way to promote your art as well as connect with other creative people. Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter (among other networks) each have their own ways of bringing together groups and that includes hashtags. And while there are plenty of art hashtags you can take advantage of, #ArtistTwitter is one that’s become particularly popular lately.… Read more →

Watch the Process of Digitizing One of the World’s Biggest Books

  Popping art and literature onto the internet is a goal of many institutions currently, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art which added 375k images online for free use and the National Galleries of Scotland who put their entire collection on the web, and now the British Library has gotten into the action by digitizing the 1660 Klencke Atlas. Though, this… Read more →

Graffiti Hair Brings Art to Your ‘do

A post shared by Janine Ker (@janine_ker_hair) on May 22, 2017 at 9:17pm PDT   If you love street art and just happen to be looking for a new ‘do, then be sure to check out graffiti hair. Basically exactly what it sounds like, this vibrant style uses a lot of the same techniques as the work done on walls… Read more →

10 Moon-Inspired Make-up Art Looks That Will Brighten Your Day

A post shared by Buzzin’ 🐝 (@heatherr.honeyy) on Jun 9, 2016 at 11:43am PDT   We may usually look to the sun to add a little light to our lives, but check out this moon-inspired make-up art that will brighten up your day.   A post shared by Melissa Guerrero 💋 (@makeupbymelissaguerrero) on Dec 13, 2016 at 10:56pm PST A post… Read more →

Polluted Popsicles Turn an Eco Crisis Into Art

Summer is the perfect time for a frozen treat. But you might not want to take a taste of these popsicles made by students at the National Taiwan University of Arts. Created as pieces of activist art, each one is made from local polluted water.  Boing Boing translated the Polluted Water Popsicles project description as: We personally take Taiwan’s 100 polluted water… Read more →

5 Ways to Stimulate Your Art (and Art Business) This Summer

  Summer is a great time to seize the day and enjoy every moment of the beautiful weather and that doesn’t need to end when it comes to working on your art. Here are 5 ways that you can stimulate your art (and your art business) this summer:   1. Move Your Studio Outside Do you have a backyard? Deck? Balcony?… Read more →

10 of the Best Basquiat Gifs

  Though (the record-setting) Basquiat passed away back in 1988 at the age of 27, you have to wonder what he might have created if he’d still be around to create art using gifs. These 10 Basquiat gifs give us a glimpse of the artist, his work, and what might have been.   by yuvaroo by Canek (gifs via Giphy) Read more →

Why Children’s Drawings Matter to Kids & Adults Alike

  Check out this awesome video via The School of Life explaining why children’s drawings matter, not only to the little ones creating them, but also for anyone who adores them, and the adults who could learn from them. Children can’t draw very well in the technical sense – but their art has important value for us nevertheless.   Read more →

Woodstock Festival Location Is Now an Official Historic Site

  While Woodstock is obviously considered an important event in music history, the location where the festival was held back in 1969 has only now been deemed an official historical site.  Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, an 800-acre area that was once a dairy farm 90 miles north of New York City in… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (06.02.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ Italian masterpiece stolen by Nazis from Austrian family goes on auction in London (The Local)   ⇒ Notorious Italian art theft ring foiled by Swedish academic (The Telegraph)   ⇒ Local artists seeing red after finding stolen copies of work online (KXAN)   ⇒ Catoosa Family’s Stolen Eagle Statue Returned On… Read more →

Game of Thrones Funko Figures Capture the Westeros Vibe (+ a Contest!)

  If you’re a fan of everything and anything related to the Game of Thrones, then you’ll definitely need to check out the latest pop culture-inspired collection from Funko. Available as both figures and key-chains, you can nab your very own Jon Snow, Cersei Lanister, or even a tiny giant Wun Wun. Available this July, if you don’t think you can wait… Read more →

These Simpsons Tattoos Prove That Everything’s Coming Up Milhouse!

A post shared by NEW TATTOO PAGE! (@inkedmob) on May 24, 2017 at 12:32pm PDT   There’s no doubt that The Simpsons love is strong around here, which is why we totally get the inclination to get a little Homer-related body art. From Bart and Lisa to Milhouse and Krusty, check out these awesome Simpsons tattoos.   A post shared by… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: The 21st-Century Art Book

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   The 21st-Century Art Book by The Editors of Phaidon Press (Phaidon Press)   “The 21st‐Century Art Book is an A‐to‐Z guide of contemporary artists featuring established art‐world figures – Maurizio Cattelan, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Wall – alongside rising stars of the next generations. Global in scope, the book features work from… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (05.26.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime. Click To Tweet   ⇒ Man charged in connection to stolen Ronald McDonald statue in Clinton (My Central Jersey)   ⇒ Twist in $1m heist riddle (NZHerald)   ⇒ Paterson settles case of stolen painting by paying $7,000 (Paterson Times)   ⇒ Eagle statue stolen from Cedar Rapids cemetery (9ABC)   ⇒ Sick thieves… Read more →

50 Ways to Get Past a Creative Block

  There are times when you feel like a creative virtuoso, with the inspiration flowing and your skills totally on-point. And there are periods when the flow… slows… down. If you’re feeling like you’re experiencing a creative block, then you may be as frustrated as you are clueless as to what you should do to get your artistic vibe sparking… Read more →

Kandinsky Painting Expected to Sell for $20+ Million

A post shared by Sotheby’s (@sothebys) on May 20, 2017 at 1:34am PDT   Sotheby’s is prepping to possibly set another new record when it puts Kandinsky’s “Murnau – Landschaft mit grünem Haus (Murnau – Landscape with Green House)” up for auction during its Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale in London on June 21. Part of a private family collection since… Read more →

MOCA’s “The Artist’s Studio” Goes Behind the Scenes of the Creative Process

  The creative process that goes into shaping a piece of art can be just as intriguing as the finished product. That’s why you’ll love “The Artist’s Studio” from the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Found on their MOCAtv Youtube channel, the 36 videos (with more still being added) feature “films and interviews investigating and revealing the artist’s process.” With over… Read more →

Check Out These One-Line Tattoos by Mo Ganji

A post shared by Mo Ganji (@moganji) on Aug 13, 2016 at 5:10am PDT   Iranian-born, Berlin-based tattoo artist Mo Ganji creates some pretty incredible tattoos and what makes them particularly striking is that he uses one single continuous line to create each image.  “Everything here comes from the same energy,” he told the Washington Post about his work. “Everyone is… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: Basquiat

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Basquiat by Leonhard Emmerling (Taschen)   “Life lines: The 80s art star who put poverty, power, and racism on the wall An icon of 1980s New York, Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988) first made his name under the graffiti tag “SAMO”, before establishing his studio practice and catapulting to fast fame at the… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (05.19.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ Rare Harry Potter Prequel Stolen in British Burglary (Tempo)   ⇒ Police: 2 wanted for stealing paintings from OKC business (Fox25)   ⇒ Summer art trial set to return to Chelmsford gardens (Braintree & Witham Times)   ⇒ Picasso work stolen by Nazis sells for $45 million at auction (Jerusalem Post)  … Read more →

These Flower Tattoos Turn Bodies Into Garden-Like Art

A post shared by THE ART OF TATTOOING ✺ (@theartoftattooingofficial) on May 16, 2017 at 2:20am PDT   You can give your body a garden-like vibe with nail art, make up art, or, if you’d rather something a little more permanent, then check out these flower tattoos that span from simple petals to full bouquets.   A post shared by… Read more →

This Flower-Themed Make-up Art Is Prettier Than a Spring Bouquet

A post shared by Lime Crime (@limecrimemakeup) on May 7, 2017 at 3:01pm PDT   If you loved the flower nail art that can turn your fingertips into a gorgeous garden, then you need to check out this flower-themed make-up art that is prettier than a spring bouquet.   A post shared by IONA JAY (@ickleiona) on May 12, 2017 at… Read more →

Harry Potter and the Politics of Hate

  Check out this intriguing video by Kaija Siirala (via Fandor) that breaks down how the Harry Potter series takes on “the politics of hate.”   A post shared by Rachael 🤚🏻👋🏻🤚🏻 (@dulciedoodles) on May 13, 2017 at 7:55am PDT   (photo via Warner Bros. Pictures) Read more →

20 Questions to Consider When Renting an Art Studio

  When you’re considering renting an art studio for yourself, it can be incredibly exciting. But it’s also an important decision that you should be sure to make carefully. Getting yourself stuck with a studio that you hate is definitely something you want to avoid. In order to make sure you’re in the best space for yourself and your artistic… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: The Most Beautiful: My Life with Prince

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   The Most Beautiful: My Life with Prince by Mayte Garcia (Hachette Books)   “INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER At the one-year anniversary of his death, legendary musician Prince’s first wife shares a uniquely intimate, candid, and revelatory look inside the personal and professional life of one of the world’s most beloved… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (05.12.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ Stolen 250-Pound Ronald McDonald Statue Recovered (CBS Philly)   ⇒ Cops hunt man who stole art from St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh city centre where Outlander was filmed (The Scottish Sun)   ⇒ Ministry of Antiquities retrieves stolen artifacts from France (The Daily News Egypt)   ⇒ Police recover stolen ancient… Read more →

A “Tattooed” Fish Was Caught and Now We Know WTF Happened

Weird 'Tattooed Fish' Pulled From the Sea … https://t.co/nVpDjQEG6Y pic.twitter.com/BLsIigljwC — Unearthly News (@UnearthlyNews) May 9, 2017   A “tattooed” fish popped up this week when it was caught near Lopez Jaena in the Misamis Occidental province of the Philippines. While some apparently “considered the fish a warning from the depths” and others thought it might be some sort of alien… Read more →

Flower Nail Art Turns Your Fingertips Into a Gorgeous Garden

A post shared by Melissa (@mypolishedwonderland) on May 7, 2017 at 7:44am PDT   When spring finally rolls around, we want to surround ourselves with all of its beauty. That’s why you’ll love these examples of flower-inspired nail art.   A post shared by 旭川ネイルサロンラテ (@kumilatte) on May 5, 2017 at 6:00am PDT A post shared by Erica (@_erycah_) on… Read more →

Transparent’s Amy Landecker Is Julia Roberts’ Voice Double and Hearing Her Will Totally Freak You Out

  Here’s a funny fact: Sometimes when you’re hearing Julia Roberts talk in a movie, it’s not really her speaking at all. Wha?! Yep, it’s true. While dialogue occasionally needs to be altered or added after filming, the film‘s stars aren’t always available to make the minor changes. When that happens, a voice-over actor comes in to perform their mimicry mastery. For instance,… Read more →

5 Easy & Effective Ways to Challenge Yourself as a Painter

  Painting often takes incredible skill as well as other-worldly patience that can sometimes lead an artist to delve too deeply into their work and become overly dependent on their preferred techniques, tools, and subject matter. Improve your creative output by challenging yourself from time to time. Here are 5 easy and effective ways to challenge yourself as a painter:   1. Leave Your Likely… Read more →

Banksy’s New Piece is a Brexit-Themed Mural and Reactions Are Mixed

Dover, England. A post shared by Banksy (@banksy) on May 7, 2017 at 6:40am PDT   A new Banksy piece popped up over the weekend and it’s already taking the internet by storm. A large mural on the side of a building on York Street near the A20 in Dover, England, the three-story high work is apparently (and quite obviously) targeting Brexit.… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: Anne Geddes: Small World

    Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Anne Geddes: Small World by Holly Stuart Hughes (Author), Anne Geddes (Photographer) (Taschen America)     “An infant curled within a seashell, on a bed of flowers, or its mother’s body. With her distinct style and sensitive compositions, Anne Geddes has become one of the world’s most widely known and… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (05.05.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ £10,000 painting by J M Barclay stolen from home near East Linton (East Lothian Courier)   ⇒ Piper painting worth £10,000 stolen in ‘targeted theft’ (BBC)  //  [same crime as above with different info]   ⇒ Artwork stolen from S. Wichita storage facility (KWCH)   ⇒ Police inquiries under way as… Read more →

These Flamingo Gifs Will Simply Make You Smile

by Ethan Barnowsky Flamingos are pretty fabulous creators — with the bright pink feathers, wonky legs, and a quirky nature — which is why they’re the perfect subject matter for fantastic gifs. Enjoy!   by Cheezburger by Will Kim by Csak by Sam Jones by Olle Engstrom (gifs via Giphy) Read more →

Check Out What Artistic Icons Would Look Like as Modern Hipsters

A post shared by shusaku takaoka (@shusaku1977) on Apr 4, 2017 at 11:00pm PDT   If you’ve ever wondered what artistic icons would look like as hipsters, you’re apparently not alone. Japanese Graphic Designer Shusaku Takaoka decided to re-imagine figures like Mona Lisa and the girl with the pearl earring as modern millennials. Take a look at the fabulously on-point… Read more →

Frida Kahlo Emoji Now Exist Because the World Definitely Needs FridaMoji

  Frida Kahlo’s work remains as popular today among art-lovers as emoji are with text message-loving folks. That’s why it totally makes sense to combine the two. Hitting the App Store last month (sorry, Android users, it’s not available for you yet), the set of 160 FridaMoji take inspiration from the artist herself as well as images from her most… Read more →

Gnome Tattoos Turn Garden Critters Into Body Art

A post shared by Tyme Tattoo Laramie Wyoming (@tymetattoodustinburrowes) on Oct 7, 2015 at 1:43pm PDT   Gnomes are pretty darn awesome and plenty of people obviously agree, getting themselves inked with images of the kitschy creatures. That’s why you should definitely check out these gnome tattoos that turn the garden critters into body art.      A post shared… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: Shake (dogs caught mid-shake)

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Shake by Carli Davidson (Harper Design)   “Original, amusing, and brilliantly documented, Shake is a heartwarming collection of sixty-one beguiling dogs caught in the most candid of moments: mid-shake. This glorious, graphic volume will stop you dead in your tracks as you are presented with images of man’s best friend caught… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (04.28.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ Rembrandt, Renoir paintings stolen in a 29-million-dollar heist in Italy (Daily Sabah Portrait)   ⇒ Alec Baldwin’s fraudulent art lawsuit heading to trial (Xpose)   ⇒ British art gallery returns stolen Angkorian-era gold jewels to Cambodia (XinhuaNet)   ⇒ Art thieves steal $30,000 worth of work from painter (Scoop)   ⇒ Chicago… Read more →

Artist Annette Labedzki’s Paint Mixing Videos Are Absolutely Mesmerizing

A post shared by Annette Labedzki (@annettelabedzki) on Feb 18, 2017 at 11:05am PST   Plenty of people have taken on paint-mixing videos (yes, it sounds simple, but holy geez are they addictive to watch), but IMHO, Annette Labedzki‘s are among the best. Posting various techniques including smearing rainbows of colors, mirroring the video, and even using frozen paint which… Read more →

These Picasso Tattoos Will Be Your New Body-Art Muse

A post shared by 💈Goldie Rock Tattoo 💈 (@eharirock) on Apr 7, 2017 at 11:53am PDT   Pablo Picasso remains one of the most famous mainstream artists of our time, with his pieces commanding record prices at auction as well as gracing the walls of some of the world’s most notable galleries, museums, and cultural institutions. That’s why it’s no… Read more →

5 Clever Ideas for Your Art Studio or Office

  Do you want to freshen-up your studio and/or office? Are you looking for a few ideas to keep things organized while still being functional and inspirational? Well then, check out the suggestions below for some quick, clever, and quirky ways to enjoy your creative space even more.   1. Chalkboard Wall Chalkboard walls have been around for a bit… Read more →

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright House Is for Sale and Untouched by Time

  In 1960, Frank Lloyd Wright completed a sprawling three bedroom, two bathroom, 2,647 square foot home for radiologist Paul C. Olfelt. Created with the architect’s signature style, yet featuring a completely unique design that uses the natural setting and incredible light to enhance the stunning interior, it’s a brilliant example of what Wright did best (just take a peek… Read more →

Tips to Display Art in Your Home

  Figuring out where to hang art in your home can be trickier than expected. But with a little know-how, you can create your own personal gallery in any space. Whether you want to decorate your living room, dining room, or the wall leading up a staircase, check out the tips from Made.com below to help you display art in your… Read more →

National Galleries of Scotland Is Putting Their Entire Collection Online

A post shared by National Galleries of Scotland (@natgalleriessco) on Aug 31, 2016 at 6:20am PDT   Get ready to take a tour of everything the National Galleries of Scotland has to offer. Following other galleries and institutions, like New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Edinburgh- based NGS is currently in the process of digitizing its 94,000 piece collection.… Read more →

Check Out The Word “Writer” Translated Into 103 Different Languages

Among the most popular posts on Bohemianizm remain a few constants: Check Out the Word “Artist” Translated Into 91 Different Languages Check Out the Word “Music” Translated Into 104 Different Languages Check Out the Word “Creative” Translated Into 70 Languages That’s why it just makes sense to check out the word “writer” translated into 103 different languages. * I’m relying on… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (04.21.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ UNM Police asking for help finding stolen painting (KRQE News 13)   ⇒ ‘Pabst’ pig statue stolen from outside Virginia restaurant (UPI)   ⇒ DRI to bring back stolen antiques smuggled to the US (Hindustan Times)   ⇒ Art theft from York city pub (The York Press)   ⇒ Landmark statue of… Read more →

Cutting Hair with Fire Is an Art Like No Other

Cutting Hair with Fire: The Last of the Milanese Barbers from Great Big Story on Vimeo.   Stylists may always be searching for new ways to tackle your mane, but some old-school barbers are doing their best to keep the classic techniques around. That includes Franco Bompieri who cuts hair with fire. Yep, FIRE! Franco Bompieri owns Antica Barbieria Colla, the… Read more →

Popping a Balloon Underwater In Slow-Motion Is Unexpectedly Intense

  It would be safe to assume that popping a balloon underwater would be pretty darn cool, especially when you’re able to view it in super slow-motion. But it turns out that it’s actually surprisingly intense and a video exists to prove it. Created by Warped Perception, they explain, “We pop an air balloon underwater and film it with our Phantom… Read more →

These Rain Tattoos Will Make You Love Stormy Weather

A post shared by Jenny Bottomley (@thetattooedteapot) on Jul 8, 2016 at 10:59am PDT   If you’ve ever considered getting inked with a little weather-related body art, then you definitely need to check out these rain tattoos. From simplistic to highly nuanced, it’s amazing what you can do with a few clouds, drops of water, and various interpretations of storm imagery.… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: The X-Files: Earth Children Are Weird

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   The X-Files: Earth Children Are Weird: A Picture Book by Kim Smith (Illustrator) (Quirk Books)   “One the most beloved TV shows of all time is now a sweet, silly, sci-fi bedtime story! In The X Files: Earth Children Are Weird, best pals Dana (Scully) and Fox (Mulder) have pitched a… Read more →

Art Crime This Week (04.14.17)

  Find out what happened this week in art crime.   ⇒ The FBI made pop art with its “wanted” poster for Andy Warhol’s stolen soup cans (QZ)   ⇒ Statue Stolen from Child Advocacy Center (Arkansas Matters)   ⇒ Carved mask stolen from Yukon government building (CBC)   ⇒ Bright Red, Iconic Seahorse Stolen Off Residence in La Jolla (San… Read more →

Check Out the ‘Graffiti Gals’ of Valencia, Spain

  Take a tour of the city and all of the street art it has to offer with the Graffiti Gals of Valencia, Spain in this short video by Isabella Cuevas Pierson. “[Graffiti is] a way of demonstrating to people that the streets actually speak, that the city is more than just a place. It’s people and the people’s thoughts and… Read more →

Lighting Strikes! Check Out This Storm-Inspired Make-up Art

If you love rain, thunder, and lotsa lightning, then you should definitely take a peek at this storm-inspired make-up art.   A post shared by Jade – Health Account (@smilesandsyncope) on Apr 3, 2017 at 1:40am PDT A post shared by Kimberley Roya (@kimberleyroya) on Oct 4, 2016 at 8:46am PDT A post shared by Mel 🍉 (@beyou_tified) on Jan… Read more →

Benefits + Tips for Working Remotely

If you work remotely as many creative professionals do — or have ever considered working from home or other convenient locations — then you’ll definitely want to check out this infographic from Lemonly which outlines the benefits of working remotely and includes a few helpful tips for how to make the most out of the flexible opportunity.     (photos via Daily Infographic/Lemonly) Read more →

5 Reasons Why Artists (and All Other Creative Professionals) Should Write Poetry

  Writing poetry isn’t something that should remain for poets alone. Artists, musicians, filmmakers, and other creative professionals can all benefit from penning their own poems.   Here are 5 reasons why artists, musicians, filmmakers, and other creative professionals should write poetry:   1. Open Your Creative Mind Inspiration, new techniques, and fresh insights can all come to you while… Read more →

These Warhol Gifs Take Pop Art to the Next Level

  Gifs are quickly becoming the internet’s favorite art form, which is why we’ve already taken a look at some of the best Michelangelo gifs and Picasso gifs, not to mention Salvador Dalí gifs and Frida Kahlo gifs. While we’re at it, we should definitely take a look at these Andy Warhol gifs that take his pop art to the next level…   by G1ft3d… Read more →

Bohemian Book Club: Mastering Street Photography

  Bohemians! Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Mastering Street Photography by Brian Lloyd Duckett (Ammonite Press)   “Street photography has a tradition dating back over a century, and today’s digital world finds it enjoying a renaissance—yet there is little expert advice available. This is a practical guide to capturing the candid moments that reveal life at its most… Read more →

This Hamster-Powered Drawing Machine Turns Rodents Into Artists

  We’ve all seen elephants who paint and even the occasional art prize-winning chimp, but have you ever seen a hamster that’s an artist? Brought to us via Neil Mendoza, he explains, “The Hamster Powered Hamster Drawing Machine is the machine hamsters everywhere have been waiting for, finally bringing workout selfies to the animal kingdom.” Giving plenty of technical details along with the… Read more →

Check this Chart of the Most Recognizable Eyewear Worn by Iconic Figures

  When you think of iconic figures (both real and fictional) who wear glasses, you might think of Harry Potter, John Lennon, Malcolm X, or even Groucho Marx. Check out this chart from Pop Chart Lab (available to purchase) that shows the world’s most famous eyewear. From Benjamin Franklin’s bifocals to Elvis’s kingly sunglasses to Maverick’s aviators to Spike Lee’s tortoiseshell… Read more →

These Matisse Tattoos Are Pure Art

We’ve seen some pretty stellar examples of both Frida Kahlo tattoos and Banksy tattoos, so why not take a peek at these examples of body art based on the work of Henri Matisse.   A post shared by Eliza Hopewell (@elizahopewell) on Mar 19, 2016 at 12:41pm PDT A post shared by Ubay Martin (@junkandjail) on Nov 29, 2016 at… Read more →

5 Unique Ways to Choose a Pseudonym

  If you’re looking for a name to use professionally instead of your own, you could go with a few old methods to help you come up with a suitable pseudonym (e.g. The P⊗rn Name Method: take the name of your first pet and the name of the street that you first lived on and voilà, you have your p⊗rn name)… Read more →