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Inside the Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady

An English contemporary of Beatrix Potter, Edith Holden was also a talented watercolor artist and naturalist. Read more »
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In London? You Need to Visit This Corner Store STAT

At first glance, The Cornerstore is an regular London grocery filled with necessities. Look for a moment longer, though. Read more »
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You’ll Never See This Famous Painting the Same Way Again

Recognize this painting from Ferris Bueller's Day Off? Read more »
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This Graphic Designer Has Captured the Art of Self-Acceptance Perfectly

Carol Rossetti's artwork empowers all women to disregard the concept of living or looking the "right" way in lieu of following our own individual paths. Read more »
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Vintage View: Why Paint-by-Numbers Are the Ultimate DIY

Paint by numbers projects are the ultimate #tbt. Read more »

Paola Pivi’s Feathered Friends

Could we be any more charmed by Italian artist Paola Pivi's foam-and-feather bear sculptures? The answer is 'no.' Read more »
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Ombré + Rocks = Our Latest Art Obsession

Our latest obsession: the ombré rocks of artists Inka LindergÃ¥rd and Niclas Holmström. Psychedelic and striking to behold, these artistically altered natural wonders are a one-two-punch of color and deliciously ominous seaside moodiness. Read more »
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Candy Crush: Indulge in These Sweet, Candy-filled Photos

Harbor a serious sweet tooth and soft spot for laydown photos? Treat yourself to the fun, sugar-packed photography of Emily Blincoe. Read more »
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One Artist’s Personal Collections, Organized by Color

Ripe with color and filled with a frenzied eyeful of details, the still life works of photographer Sara Cwynar's "Color Studies" series pop off the screen. The self-described hoarder and Brooklyn artist took her personal collections and organized them through the filter of color, with beautiful results. Read more »

The Marvelous Miniature World of ‘Bisous Les Copains’

Good things come in small, continuously looped packages. We're convinced of that after discovering weekly GIF project Bisous Les Copains. Browsing Bisous feels like paging through a particularly wonderful pop-up book, and is a visual experience filled with miniature moments of magic. Read more »
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