aesthetic

Discover art, design and culture articles on aesthetic theme. You will find inspirations behind a work of art, messages for life that a work of art seeks to convey, techniques employed by artist to create masterpieces and features latest news and trends in art world

Imagine you are looking at a surface that has been splashed with color. Perhaps it is paper, or an artist’s palette, or a wall. There is blue there, and green, and gray and yellow and red, in varying shades and ...

Art and design – both involve compositions, using physical and visual means. Both share a base of knowledge and skill. Both involve applying imagination and creativity to the concepts they address. And yet they are not the same – obviously, ...
famous paintings satire

What is art? The dictionary definition of art says that it is “the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects” (Merriam-Webster) But the thing about art is that it’s so diverse that there ...

The word “culture” is used in different ways by different people. To some, it might mean a string quartet and the use of multiple utensils at dinner. To others, it might be used in a vague way when planning a ...
Why We Make Art? What Motivates Artist to Create Art?

Being one of the most creative ways of expressing human experience, we have used art as a means of telling stories. Why we make art? – We make art to tell stories. May it be the story of a single ...

The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude. Humans are creatures of habit and routine. We often miss seeing the average, everyday things that surround us. When we do think outside of our routines, we often think ...
What is Creativity? 10 Ways on How to Become More Creative

“We’re all creative, it’s just some of us earn our living by being so.”  ― John Hegarty, Hegarty on Advertising People often wonder where creativity comes from. What is creativity? How can an ordinary person become a creative one? Creativity isn’t about ...
Highest form of expression in form of portraits

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. A popular quote from the 3rd century and true to anything you happen to be beholding. Literary genius, Shakespeare expressed this perfectly, in his play Loves Labours Lost of 1588 – Good ...
Titian Paintings

While Titian, an Italian-born painter of the 16th century, was no master sculptor or architect like the infamous Michelangelo, nor was he renowned for his scientific and inventor skills as was Leonardo, but he is known as the Shakespeare of ...
water color combinations

Colours are powerful. Doesn’t matter what you might be creating now – a painting, or a powerpoint presentation, or an illustration –  your eyes must be straying over a palette, splashed with many colours, choosing the right one to add to your ...