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Art is always one of the best sources of inspiration for designers.

September 23, 2021
Art With Tea Bags By Ruby Silvious
Art With Tea Bags By Ruby Silvious

After drinking tea, regular people just throw the tea bag in the trash, or in the compost for the most eco-friendly ones. Ruby Silvious, a New York-based Philipino artist, uses them as a canvas for creating tiny and stunning pieces of art. He shares this work in a book titled “363 Days of Tea: A […]

July 30, 2021
Fantasy Architectural Drawings By Alexandr Krylov
Fantasy Architectural Drawings By Alexandr Krylov

Born in Moscow and still living and working in the Russian capital, Alexandr Krylov is an architect who transposed his profession into his art. Mixing his passions for technology, architecture, and science-fiction, he creates illustrations that represent new worlds with fantasy architecture. All of his drawings are made with traditional techniques, mostly using pencile and […]

July 12, 2021
Art In Support Of The Indian Farmer Protests
Art In Support Of The Indian Farmer Protests

By scale, the Indian farmer’s protest was, and still is, a historical event with no comparable social movement. Despite the impressive size of it, this nationwide protest received an underwhelming coverage, to say the least. Within the Punjabi diaspora, it was a different reaction, as plenty of oversea Indians felt sympathy for the movement. A […]

June 6, 2021
The Hunter and the Artist That Struggle & Intertwine to Bring Nature to Life – the True Essence of SN
The Hunter and the Artist That Struggle & Intertwine to Bring Nature to Life – the True Essence of SN

You won’t find a Wikipedia page about this somewhat elusive artist; despite the fact his profile continues to build year upon year. SN, equally inspired by nature and fantasy, is an imaginative artist. His use of contemporary mixed media artworks separates him from just about every other artist out there. SN the artist uses his […]

June 3, 2021
The Flying Houses Of Laurent Chehere
The Flying Houses Of Laurent Chehere

What do Jules Verne, Hayao Miyazaki, Frederico Fellini, Martin Scorsese, and Jean Cocteau have in common? They have all been used as inspiration to the Flying Houses project of Laurent Chehere. The French photographer gives his unique vision of Paris through the isolation of houses in the air. It gives a new, unique and poetic, […]

May 12, 2021
Street Artist NeSpoon Creates Gigantic Lace Pattern Art
Street Artist NeSpoon Creates Gigantic Lace Pattern Art

Anyone with Eastern European heritage will be familiar with the patterns found in NeSpoon’s street art. Looking at it, you could almost smell the tea and cakes (ok, also beer) usually found in the Eastern homes. No wonder the artist is a talented woman from Poland! Her work is rather atypical and could be described […]

March 15, 2021
Depopulated Art: Removing People From Historical Paintings
Depopulated Art: Removing People From Historical Paintings

In a recent project, Jose Manuel Ballester found inspiration in the very recent history of the pandemic. Starting in early 2020, we have been witnessing the emptying of all the places we were used to see as lively and dynamic. Seeing this, the artist took some of the most famous paintings of art history and […]

December 20, 2020
The Wholesome Street Art Of Cal
The Wholesome Street Art Of Cal

While ordinary people often associate street art with something destructive and damaging to the cities landscapes, we have seen countless times on Designer Daily how far this can be from the truth. Done by real artists, street art can make any street feel more welcoming. French street artist Cal’s work is just like that: inclusive […]

December 16, 2020
Hieronymus Bosch Figurines Are The Ultimate Gift For Art Lovers
Hieronymus Bosch Figurines Are The Ultimate Gift For Art Lovers

Few artists can boast the type of popularity that Hieronymus Bosch sill has centuries after his death. Most of the Dutch painter was quite classical in form, but he also showed off his wild imagination and in triptychs like the Garden of Earthly Delights. The strange and surreal figures that can be seen in his […]

December 3, 2020
A Collection of Unique Custom Turntables
A Collection of Unique Custom Turntables

Who knew that turntable design could get that creative? The Secret 7 team seem to have been aware of it, as it started an auction online with one-of-a-kind turntables customized by artists. You can already pre-bid on any of the pieces on this website, then participate in the live auction at 19:00 on November 12th. […]

October 28, 2020
Victoria Rose Richards Creates Stunning Embroidered Landscapes of England
Victoria Rose Richards Creates Stunning Embroidered Landscapes of England

Art can come in many forms, even the most traditional ones. Embroidery is not typically associated in our minds with high-level creativity. If it was needed, Victoria Rose Richards gives us a creative glimpse of the British fields seen from the sky using embroidery as an art form. A few of her amazing artworks are […]

October 12, 2020
Hilarious Medieval Paintings of Animals Never Seen by the Artists
Hilarious Medieval Paintings of Animals Never Seen by the Artists

As you already know, photography wasn’t a thing in the Middle-Ages. This made reporting on wildlife from other continents much less accurate, as it was impossible to bring back a direct depiction of the animals observed. In this post, you will see some drawings and paintings created by artists based on the oral or written […]

October 11, 2020
How To Use Epoxy Resin For Art And Decor Projects
How To Use Epoxy Resin For Art And Decor Projects

Epoxy resin has gradually gained prominence in the world of arts and crafts. From classy jewelry to ethereal home furniture down to stunning paintings and ornaments, epoxy resin has indeed found its footing in the creative world. Using epoxy resin to create your own art and décor pieces is a good idea. However, it might […]

September 29, 2020
This Japanese Artist Takes Years To Create Surreal Worlds
This Japanese Artist Takes Years To Create Surreal Worlds

Each art piece by Manabu Ikeda is an entire world of its own. The Japanese artist includes so many details that you can literally spend hours looking at it and still discover new elements. The reason? He spends countless hours working on each artwork.

August 26, 2020
Filip Hodas’ Pop Culture Apocalypse
Filip Hodas’ Pop Culture Apocalypse

Based in the beautiful city of Prague, in Czech Republic, Filip Hodas is a freelance 3D artist that goes by the pseudonym of AKA Hoodass. His work generally is a display of skill and perseverance, and his series of pop culture icons that are decaying are just another proof of the artist’s talent. For Millenials, […]