Origami Street Art

A new take on street art by Mademoiselle Maurice.





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Behind a Little House Project

ImageBehind a Little House Project  is an awesome project by Italian photographer, Manuel Cosentino. Manuel “found an unsuspecting muse: a tiny nondescript house on an unexceptional hill. He returned to photograph the small building from the exact same location for nearly two years in order to capture the dramatic changes in weather and light that utterly changed the scenery just beyond the horizon.”

Check out some more pictures at Colossal.

The Pixel Painter: A 97-Year-Old Man Who Draws Using Microsoft Paint from Windows 95


Hal Lasko, mostly known as Grandpa, a 97-year-old man who uses Microsoft Paint from Windows 95 to create artwork that has been described as “a collision of pointillism and 8-Bit art.”

Awesome. Read the rest of the article at Colossal, and check out rest of Hals pixel paintings.

How Fear Makes You Dumb

“Don’t allow fear to cause you to act in dumb ways, whether that means abdicating your contribution or failing at your goal because you acted blindly in your attempt to be ‘courageous’.”

-Todd Henry

Read the rest of the article by Todd Henry.

Home: part 2



From Part one:

I mentioned in the previous post that I am moving, and as that is on my mind, I wanted to bring you all some artwork that has to do with houses. Moving isn’t really fun, or easy, but looking at this work is. I found so many options, that we will have two showings, or open houses if you will. I hope, as usual, that these are inspiring, and I encourage you to take a look at the full portfolios of these artists.

For this installment, I have artists that are brand new to me, and as usual, I am here to share them with you. Today we start with Mrs James Ward Thorne, or Narcissa Ward Thorne as she was also known. Actually, no, let’s actually start with an image of her work.


That is not a photograph. Or a painting. That is a sculpture. At…

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