My name is Gloria. I scour the high seas of the internet daily to find the cutest, the beautiful, and the most bodacious.
Category Archives: art & design
Reddit user Tatsputin, AKA Dad of the Year, has started a brilliant artistic collaboration with…his own kids! His job requires him to fly out of state each month, so he packs up their drawings and colors them in with colored pencils during his flights – a much better way to spend the time than flipping through Sky Mall magazine, in my opinion. Then when he returns home, his little ones get to see their masterpieces brought to life in full color! Isn’t the Frankenstein pirate fantastic? You can see more of their work and funny tidbits about each piece here.
What do you get when you mix food and fashion? Why, a blackberry purse and a cozy cauliflower hat, of course! Check out more whimsical photos from this “A Matter of Taste” collection by photographer Fulvio Bonavia here.
Bird watching has never exactly been my hobby of choice, but in the case of THESE birds? Sign me up! Our fine feathered friends here are made entirely from flower petals, and I must say that I’ve never seen lovelier plumage – the colors are textures are simply striking! Hong Yi is known as the artist who “loves to paint, but not with a paint brush”, and it’s easy to see why. Check out more from her “Birds Made of Flowers” series and prepare to be awed!
Brock Davis is an award-winning creative director in advertising, and it’s clear from his Instagram account that the creativity doesn’t stop when he leaves the office! It’s amazing how some people see the world in such an imaginative way, and these photos are a nice reminder to take a moment and see the magic in every day life.
I’m seriously loving this clever collaboration between Midwestern illustrator Danielle Evans and everyone’s favorite big box store, Target! This “Food for Thought” campaign was created to celebrate the opening of their Canadian stores and features products from the in-house Archer Farms line in a beautiful, eye catching manner. Check out this video to hear Danielle talk about her love for the imperfect art of food typography and to take a behind-the-scenes peek at this tasty project!
This quirky window display by Swedish designer Tyra von Zweigbergk made me smile, and it was created by sticking bits of tape directly on the glass! This would be a really fun idea for dressing up our windows with Halloweeny faces using glow in the dark tape, but of course there’s a street light right in front of our apartment. Foiled!