The Setouchi Triennale Art Festival takes place every three years on the art islands of Japan’s Seto Inland Sea–and this year is a festival year! Let’s check it out!
Plans to use traditional Japanese kintsugi techniques to make them look as good as new, or perhaps even better.
One of the Meiji Period’s most prolific artists painted more cats than you might have expected.
This Twitter user doesn’t need lights and cameras when he’s got good pencils and unbelievable talent.
A wave of support for the people of Kumamoto has come out of China in the form of warmhearted illustrations featuring the local mascot Kumamon.
We knew it was going to be sailor-tastic, but it’s better than we imagined.
Paper-based media alone not traditional enough for you? Try pairing it with these.
What do you get when you combine a cat and a robot?
Apparently it’s possible to create something other than burned fingers when using hot glue.
The work of many young Filipino artists living with autism was recently showcased to celebrate their achievements and bring awareness to their cause.
You’re probably familiar with bonsai, but what exactly is its other traditional art form cousin, bonseki?
Art is in the eye of the beholder, as they say, and those around the internet are seeing so many things!
Celebrating important events with fun, colossal terror!
If you’re a resident of Singapore, you’ll definitely want to check out what your neighborhood looks like in moe character form!
If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of your plastic figures would look like, here’s the dark answer!
When you want to help the Earth, but also need a living room conversation piece…
The famed Swiss watch maker teams with centuries-old traditional arita-yaki potter Koransha to produce this limited line of stunning handcrafted watches.
Could this be the iconic mermaid’s ultimate form? Either way, these Starbucks parody t-shirts are worth checking out!
Whether you’ve never been to Tokyo or you’ve been living here for decades, this beautiful artwork will have you ready to go out and explore Japan’s gorgeous capital.
Even if you’re not an artist, it’s important to understand the way pecs work — for science.