Beijing-based artist Yum Tang turns food craving into a poetic desire with a series of watercolors. From cherry tomatoes to ginger, small, square posters feature raw vegetables and fruit against color-synchronized backgrounds.
Author: Betsy Eldridge
Monsieur Qui (Mr Qui) or in English Mister Who is French illustrator / street Artist. His fashion illustrations are beautiful, as you can see in a lot of his drawings, Mr Qui likes to incorporate his hand made typography.
Handwritten notes and letters, whether we like it or not, just aren’t around too much these days. Most people jet off an email, send a quick text message, or communicate via one of the many multimedia options. This makes Annie Vought‘s recent series Paper Cut Letters even more striking and meaningful. “With the ubiquity of […]
Haroshi makes these crazy art pieces recycling old used skateboards. The most important style of Haroshi’s three-dimensional art piece is the wooden mosaic. In order to make a sculpture out of a thin skateboard deck, one must stack many layers. But skate decks are already processed products, and not flat like a piece of wood […]
Ayumi Takahashi perfectly manages to mix the ancient with the contemporary, she creates stunning portraiture with eye-popping colors and clean lines.
As the skin ages and production of collagen molecules decreases, facial skin can sag and wrinkles can form. But you have powerful weapons to fight against the natural loss of this critical skin element. From what you put on your skin to what you put in your body, you can help build collagen gradually to maintain a more firm […]
How to Choose a Treatment for Thin Skin Under EyesHow to Choose a Treatment for Thin Skin Under Eyes
Your eyes may be the windows to your soul, but the skin underneath them gives a clear picture of your age. This thin, delicate skin is some of the first to show signs of aging. Many assume that all skin is the same and wonder why products formulated for specific parts of the body are […]
How to Prevent, Minimize and Treat Scarring, According to DermatologistsHow to Prevent, Minimize and Treat Scarring, According to Dermatologists
Scars are the result of the body’s natural healing process following a severe tear or abrasion in the skin. Some scars only last a short time, while others stay on your body permanently. The good news? Topical treatments can help make scars look less visible while helping to speed up healing. Read on to get […]
Q&A With Paula’s Choice’s Content & Research DirectorQ&A With Paula’s Choice’s Content & Research Director
BRYAN BARRON is Content and Research Director for Paula’s Choice Skincare where he evaluates the latest beauty and scientific skin care research with Paula Begoun whilst overseeing content. Bryan is also a co-author with Paula Begoun of many best-selling beauty books, including The Original Beauty Bible. We were lucky enough to have him join us for […]
Conventional wisdom tells us that acne and oily skin go hand-in-hand, but the facts tell us otherwise. In tens of millions of Americans, acne affects the gamut of skin types, including those with dry or combination skin. Whether it’s a symptom of naturally dry skin or of an overly harsh acne-fighting regimen, skin that lacks […]