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40 Breathtaking Large Wall Art Design Ideas

40 Breathtaking Large Wall Art Design Ideas

Do you live in a modern, well-furnished home with big, impossible walls to fill or design? Are you confused about deciding what type of wall design to choose or how to hang pictures? Have you ever thought of completely transforming a room with the simple addition of unique wall art? We assure you these breathtaking

40 Beautiful Bottle Cap Painting Examples

Remember those days, when we all used to buy certain types of drinks only so that we could read the cool messages on the bottle caps of those soft drinks? Well, that was obviously a marketing strategy, but that was a moment that hit the creative heads – bottle caps being used for another reason.

40 Simple Pencil Mother and Child Drawings

The infinite love of a mother for her child is too intense to express in words as well as through sketch. Mothers are the special gift from God, precious yet priceless. It is difficult to portrait her with a pencil. You have to work on expressions and inner soul of the mother and child for

40 Detailed Clay Wall Art and frames Ideas

They say every home has a story to tell. But we can’t ignore the fact that the interiors of the house create the first impression and a long-lasting effect on the visitor’s mind which also describes the owner’s personality. Who doesn’t want to get appreciated for having a charismatic home? Who doesn’t want to be

10 Essential Sketching Tips for Beginners

Mervyn Levy once said, “sketching is the breath of art: it is the most refreshing of all the more impulsive forms of creative self – expression and, as such, it should be free, and happy, as a song in the bath.” In layman’s terms sketching is the purest form of creativity and it lets the

40 Speaking Colored Pencil Drawings (Gallery)

Some of you may know the fact that there was a time when coloured pencils were only used for marking important things either in paintings or content. It was not until the 20th century that artists actually started using coloured pencils along with wax-based crayons for colouring and sketching. Faber Castle was the very first

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