From bizarre pencil drawings to amazing paintings gone wrong, we count 11 hilariously bad fan art fails. What’s an unpopular opinion you have about something that everybody else likes? What are your thoughts on this clip? We would love to hear from you, do
An incredible piece titled The Wolf is currently stunning people around the world via a video posted to the artist’s YouTube channel. A lone wolf howls before a snowy backdrop, with sounds of a moaning wind completing the effect. When the wolf falls silent,
This 12-year-old girl is a fabulous painter and it is believed that she started sketching at a really tender age. It is simply amazing to see the attention to detail in each of her works. Subscribe to MBV
Kati loves decorating her home. Like many DIY enthusiasts, Kati turns to Pinterest whenever she gets stuck needs a little inspiration. For about a year, the large wall in her living room was completely bare and boring, and the blank space became an eyesore.
For pottery artists like Eric Landon, theres no need to speed things up to enjoy viewing their technique. Taking a lump of clay and transforming it right before our eyes in mere minutes is not only impressive, but seriously mesmerizing. Thats why I loved
Scars can cut both ways: they can give us a sense of pride or they can retraumatize by reminding us of the past. With that in mind, tattoo artist Flavia Carvalho decided to start a project called ‘A Pele da FLor’ (translation: ‘The Skin
Some of the most beloved books that children love to read are the infamous I Spy series, where you need to look at complex and busy photos to find very specific objects that the photographer hid in the shot. These types of puzzles and
British architectural artist, Stephen Wiltshire draws Singapore skyline from memory. Stephen Wiltshire spent 5 days drawing the city’s skyline on a giant 4m x 1m canvas. His drawing was based entirely from memory after viewing the city from a helicopter ride. This was his
This is a painting of classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he was just six years old. The painting was created by Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni in 1763, but did you know that the way Mozart is depicted hints at his membership of the worlds
When Megan, from the blog Homemade Ginger, entered a popular clothing store, she saw some adorable giant flowers towering over its surrounding displays. They sort of looked like colorful dandelions – the sort that you could find in a children’s book or a cheerful
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