It’s Easter egg decorating time and considering that it is basically impossible to get white-shelled eggs in Australia, this year I went with a slightly different presentation of the pastel kind. Mainly because last year we spent a gazillion hours at the local supermarket picking through ALL of the egg boxes to get a dozen light beige ones – the closest to white we could find.
If you are looking to try something new and exciting with your love, why not consider body painting? Body painting is where you and your partner are naked, and you create a masterpiece on their body using various items as paint. How sensual can this get? Body painting involves a lot of sensual touch on your partner's body. How erotic you want that touch to be is entirely up to you. By incorporating different scenarios into the body painting session, you can control the erotic sensations that course through their body. It can definitely be incredibly exciting!
The world is full of beautiful strange and fantastic buildings that are the examples of amazing architecture. Architecture Photography brings this beauty to the world, and for this reason, architectural photography is as thrilling as it is heartwarming.
While a scalp tattoo is seemingly as easy to hide as one on your inner lip, it still takes some serious balls to shave your head and get a big tattoo on it. Guys and girls alike opt for tattoos on this likely-painful area, with mixed results ranging from totally awesome to completely outrageous. Take a look at some of the most creative and interesting scalp tattoos out there.
His pioneering public art projects are not only examples of successful marine conservation, but inspirational works of art that seek to encourage environmental awareness, instigate social change and lead us to appreciate the breathtaking natural beauty of the underwater world.
Taylor is currently based in Cancun, Mexico, where he is the founder and Artistic Director of the Museo Subaquatico de Arte (MUSA).
Ever shocked by the beauty of toilet paper rolls, or saw the chicken formed by the egg shells, or witnessed coolest lion made by tires? Heck, all of them are even made by common things you discarded every day, and they are known as recycled art.
Public art can really say a lot about a city and her people. Fountain are some of the oldest public art and sometimes it most telling. Check out these bizarre fountains that really speak to the individualism of the artist who were commissioned to make them and the people who funded the projects.
Someone must have told the following artists not to play with their food way too many times, to the point that it became a rebellious habit that some might describe as a psychosis. Regardless of how they became inspired to use food as an art medium or subject, these food artists and sculptors have created some amazing foodscapes, paintings, sculptures and even entire rooms that are at times mouthwatering and at others stomach turning
Sculptures can be made nearly out of everything. While I was searching for some images I saw a photo of a sand sculpture and was impressed, what people can do out of sand and also how big and detailed they can be, just awesome.
Ice sculptures are one of the glorious forms of art as Ice provides stunning and glistening effects to any sculpture. Ice carving is a quite popular art form around the globe and several artists and sculptors created mind-boggling ice and snow carvings that are beyond imagination.
They are a marvel of engineering. Their function is purposeful yet poetic. And they’ve inspired musicians, painters, and writers for centuries. Beyond the sheer practicality of crossing ravines and water, and getting from point A to point B, bridges, perhaps more so than any other type of structure, spark romance. No matter the type of bridge—suspension or swinging, or a fallen tree over a river—the act of crossing it forces you to pay attention to where you are, and where you are going. A bridge takes you on a journey.
What is topiary? Topiary is simply the art or practice of trimming and shaping plants into ornamental shapes. The shapes can be any object or geometric shape one can think of. History tells us that Pliny the younger (AD 62-110) described his villa in Tuscany as being embellished with various figures and adorned with animals out of boxwood. So topiary has been around for nearly 2000 years. Its still popular in mansions as well as in the home garden. The term topiary today can mean a large specimen, such as a garden giraffe or a small tabletop centerpiece, but its always related to shaped plants. Here are some of the most popular uses for topiary today.