Tag: colors

We Spent 61 Hours To Create This Incredible Dipdye Wedding Dress
26 May

We Spent 61 Hours To Create This Incredible Dipdye Wedding Dress

Homepage featured Needle and Thread autumn autumnal colors dip dye 26th of May 2017

I had created the dress for a previous shoot in 2014 but sustainability in fashion runs deep in my philosophy and so it was the perfect canvas for my next project. Usually, only natural fibers (silk, cotton, linen etc) can be dyed so the mixed fibers of this dress (silk dupion and polyester tulle) presented something of a challenge. In the end, I used a spray called 'Oasis' which is designed for use by florists on flowers! But I tested it first on some pieces of the same fabrics and the effect was perfect.

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Girl Rescues Orange Seahorse Mistaken For A Cheeto, The Creature Turns Yellow Once She Feels Better
22 May

Girl Rescues Orange Seahorse Mistaken For A Cheeto, The Creature Turns Yellow Once She Feels Better

Animals Homepage featured cheeto the seahorse Clearwater Marine Aquarium Don Stansell 22nd of May 2017

A little girl was walking down the Indian Shores Beach near Tampa, Florida, when she saw something she thought was a Cheeto. When she picked it up, the girl realized it was a seahorse in desperate need of help. The child put the tiny fellow into her sand bucket, filled it with water and rushed to show the seahorse to her mom.

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Korean Artist Watercolors Cities She Visits
02 Sep

Korean Artist Watercolors Cities She Visits

Art Homepage featured Painting #architecture architectural paintings 2nd of September 2016

Bangkok-based Korean artist, graphic designer and illustrator Sunga Park has been travelling the world lately. What’s new about that you ask? Well, she’s been creating soothing watercolor paintings of architecture that she admires during her stay in each country. These beautiful paintings seem to perfectly reflect the spirit of her journey – while the places that Park paints are hugely admired by her and depicted in their finest details, at the same time they slowly fade out like a memory or a dream.

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I Painted 12 Animals Of Chinese Zodiac In Watercolor To Show Their Unique Personalities
30 Aug

I Painted 12 Animals Of Chinese Zodiac In Watercolor To Show Their Unique Personalities

Art Homepage featured Painting #Animals 12 animals 30th of August 2016

My latest watercolor series depict 12 animals of the Chinese Lunar calendar. In Chinese astrology, these animal signs are assigned by year, and represent what others perceive you as being or how you present yourself to the world. I used vibrant colours and floral motifs to represent the beauty of each unique character.

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Whoever Is Naming The Colors Of These Yarns Has Seen Some Sh*t In Their Life
07 Jul

Whoever Is Naming The Colors Of These Yarns Has Seen Some Sh*t In Their Life

Funny Homepage featured creative yarn colors creative yarn names different yarn colors 7th of July 2016

Fading Whiskey Hangover could be the name of a US military operation. Bat In A Dark Mood could be the name of a thrash metal band. And Rotten Pistachio Cream Macaron could be the name of, well, a rotten pistachio cream macacon. But believe it or not, they're actually all fantastically creative names for different colors of yarn.

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My Salt Drawings Reveal Their True Colors When Inverted
10 Jun

My Salt Drawings Reveal Their True Colors When Inverted

Art Drawing Homepage featured color invertion Dino Tomic 10th of June 2016

My name is Dino Tomic and I recently have started creating artwork using regular kitchen SALT. Testing out new techniques and expanding your artistic field - going from one medium to another and taking new knowledge with you for each last piece you did. That's how you build character and versatile your artistic abilities, either mastering one subject or many, as long as you determination is there you will feel progress and finally succeed.

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