You don’t have to consider yourself an “artist” to make art. Creativity is more than just storytelling, it’s a form of expression, an active release. The motion of physically creating something and seeing it before you, transforms thoughts into realization.

Create from what propels you. Create for yourself before anyone else. You don’t always have to share what you make, what matters is getting it out.


Ernest Hemingway

Quiet, Please by Natasha Fontenelle

Quiet, Please. I can’t hear myself not think,The incessant chatter edges me close to the brink. Quiet, please.Did I fail to mentionHow exhausting I find the piercing cries for attention?Eyes tight headachesCrave space to createVacation […]

Chronic Illness & Art Cont.

I’ve spoken before on my work concentrating around experiences with chronic illness and hospitalization. For this collection, I decided to take a more literal approach and showcase what’s on the inside rather than the outside. […]

Art By Kate Massey

Kate Massey is a California-based, visual artist who utilizes resin, acrylics, and watercolors to create three dimensional paintings. The addition of sculptural elements are intended to draw the viewer into the surreal, impressionist dreamscape. Links: […]

Self Portraiture

The self portrait is a common assignment and practice for young artists. However, we are encouraged to create a self portrait that is beyond one’s appearance. To show who one is without showing their face. […]

Overhill Moon By Rahul Kakkar

Born in a family of defence personnel, Rahul Kakkar enjoys the idea of travelling around, which in turn fuels his passion for photography and filmmaking. Currently working as a freelance digital marketer, he can be […]

The Last of Us Series

Video games were always one of my favorite art forms. I was most interested in the storytelling aspect and looking at the concept art books. Seeing these breathtaking new worlds and watching the unique characters […]

Eagle Woman by Jamila Alhaib

Jamila Alhaib graduated from the University of Akron in Ohio, USA, and is the president of the Other Face organization for art.

happy father’s day

My dad gave me my first drawing tablet and camera. My art journey would not have been the same without his support. Happy Father’s Day, everyone!


“Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

Leaf and Blossom by Stephan Weixler

Stephan is based in Graz, Austria and work with digital photography as well as with analog cameras and techniques. He likes to use different substrates and printing techniques. The most extraordinary one is the “on-wall […]

A Night at the Midnight Launderette

Hello, Friends! My name is Andrea Herrera and I’m one of the newest contributors. I’m a 20 year old artist from Miami studying Illustration. My work is about telling stories and expressing thoughts and feelings […]

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