Through the years art has captivated our eyes and hearts. We don’t believe that art is just a fancy hobby, it is a lifestyle of creativity. Everyone has an art to share but most of the time their creativity and enthusiasm gets killed by wrong thinking. Let us break the barriers that hindrance you from becoming an artist.
Everything You See Is Art
What makes art beautiful is it doesn’t have standards of what’s beautiful and what’s not. Everything that surrounds us is art themselves. We just need to have a keen eye to notice the beauty in everything.
“Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Art Shows Your Inner Soul
Whenever you get a brush, you are painting your inner soul. Psychologists agree that painting or creating something artsy, enables us to discover our true self. Art is not just a random activity but rather a sacred activity that connects you to your inner soul.
Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. – Henry Ward Beecher
Art Is Not Something Just To Behold, It Changes The World
History will teach us that art has become an integral part of humanity. We fought through art. Artists have poured their hearts in creating masterpieces, attempting to change the beliefs of the society. It gives us a visual that get us to our hearts. Art is so powerful that it can change the world.
“Art, freedom and creativity will change society faster than politics.” – Victor Pinchuk
Life Becomes More Beautiful With Art
Extravagant pleasures of life takes us away from living a simple yet meaningful life. Art brings us back to the basic. It introduces us a simpler diversion, a creative way to enjoy, and makes us appreciate the little things we normally ignore.
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” – Pablo Picasso
It Gives You Different Set Of Eyes
Common eyes will question why some art pieces cost millions but this is something art lovers would understand and would be willing to pay. Loving art gives you different set of eyes that sets you apart from being ordinary. You see beauty in different life, it gives you an understanding how beauty is perceived. You learn to look deeper.
“Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.” – Claude Monet
Taking a Berlin free walking tour gives you a sense of the richness of the art and culture scene in the city. Museums and art galleries abound. Not to mention the impressive architecture, historic landmarks, and street art you find. With so many interesting sights to choose from, here are some of the best spots to explore Berlin’s cultural treasures and creative inspirations.
Why go: One island. Five museums. Yes, you read that right. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts a high concentration of world-class museums, there is really no compelling reason to skip a visit here. Explore the Pergamonmuseum (Pergamon Museum), Bode-Museum, Neues Museum (New Museum), Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery), Altes Museum (Old Museum) and marvel at their impressive collection of artworks and famous masterpieces.
The Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor)
Why go: The Brandenburg Gate is the city’s iconic 18th-century neoclassical monument. A visit to Berlin would be incomplete without seeing it. Highlights include the Pariser Platz, the Max Liebermann Haus and the Haus Sommer as well as the nearby attractions like the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, the Reichstag – the German Bundestag, Tiergarten Park, Unter den Linden boulevard, and the Victory Column (Siegessäule).
The Berlin Wall Memorial (Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer)
Why go: The Berlin Wall Memorial serves as the main memorial site that features an open-air exhibition. It offers a glimpse into the history of the wall. Some of the most notable points of interest include The East Side Gallery, the Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum, the Window of Remembrance, the visitor centre, and the observation tower among others.
Do you wish to be more creative as your favorite book authors? Do you also wish to be more creative as your favorite book illustrators?
Well, all you need to do is open your mind and unleash your creativity through art pieces that you can also use for when you read books.
Here are some of them, along with design ideas to go for:
Turn your old bookshelf into your new wall piece by customizing it to match your favorite book genre. If you love Game Of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, you can make your bookshelf medieval-like with parts that represent the House of the Targaryens or forest-like with branches that represent the House of the Starks. If you love Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, you can make your bookshelf lion-like with parts that represent the bravery of the Gryffindors or raven-like with parts that represent the cleverness of the Ravenclaws.
Who says bookstands are only meant for when you read books? Try making an all-purpose bookstand and you’ll never have to worry about getting other things done easily. Your newly designed bookstand can serve as a cookbook stand that you can use at the kitchen or as a newspaper stand that you can use at the living room. Your newly created bookstand can also serve as a display stand that you can use when showing off your favorite picture or a tablet stand that you can use when playing off your favorite game.
Indeed, all you need to do is open your mind and unleash your creativity through art pieces that you can also use for when you read books.
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You might also want to check out these artwork mugs, which you can display on your customized bookshelf.