Al-Nizar calls his art #zerowastecoffee because he usually paints it with what’s left of his morning coffee, making sure that none of it, not even the coffee grinds, goes to waste. He also creates latte foam art, which you can check out on his Instagram and Facebook. via
Découvrez les superbes croquis de PEZ réalisés au crayon à papier
Melted crayon art. Not for young kids to do- your fingers get pretty hot, and you also get the occasional wax splash. Interestingly, the cheapo crayons (the ones that don't draw well) melted the easiest and were most vivid.
Eiko Ojala's "paper" landscapes are cool and paper-free
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUponAn artist knows that when it comes to emulating an object, there is nothing more difficult than trying to draw an eye. This is because the eyes are not just a means to view something but they are the conduit to which the heart of your emotions are connected. Having pretty eyes makes the plainest face glow with beauty and the eye can be very difficult to define. Then is there a doubt that to draw an eye or a pair of eyes in such a way that it…