Aside from being an A-list actor, director and human rights ambassador, Lucy Liu is also a talented visual artist.
Twitter users, who have only just discovered Liu’s long career as an accomplished painter, were fascinated with a particular area of her work on her depictions of lesbian art.
A 5-year-old Shiba Inu in Alberta, Canada has learned to paint “abstract art” which humans can now purchase over the internet.
Married couple Kenny Au and Denise Lo said that their dog, Hunter, is very intelligent and loves to learn.
A 96-year-old man painted his village in Taiwan as a way to prevent the government from demolishing it; as a result, it attracted many tourists, earning the name “Rainbow Village” for its colorful murals.
Huang Yung-Fu, a retired soldier living in Taichung, Taiwan, turned his village – a temporary housing area that the government gave to soldiers – into a massive art gallery that showcases his artwork.
Models from different parts of the world transformed into living works of art during a body painting festival in Daegu Metropolitan City in South Korea.
Held on Aug. 25-26 at the Kolon Field Concert Hall in Duryu Park, Daegu, the theme at this year’s Daegu International Bodypainting Festival was all about “love” with a focus on “fantasy.”
A hardworking panda in Austria is creating works of art to help fund the zoo’s illustrated books about the cuddly animals.
Yang Yang, an 18-year-old panda currently staying at Schönbrunn Zoo, is working really hard to help the zoo raise some money. Each abstract painting costs more than $500, according to Shanghaiist.
This painter from China is proving to everyone that you don’t need hands to create amazing works of art — just pure dedication to master your craft.
The unnamed artist doesn’t have hands, but despite this predicament, he still managed to find a way to paint – well, two ways – as can be seen in a video posted by Shanghaiist on FaceBook.
A loving and amazingly talented father in China spends a healthy chunk of his time painting his daughters.
For his beautiful masterpieces, Wan Li, 32, has become an online hit.
Kimberly Joy Magbanua from Negros Occidental, a province located in Visayas, Philippines, is no ordinary nurse, combining her job and her love for art by using medical syringes as her painting tool.
Most painters are equipped with a paintbrush in one hand and an optional palette in the other. But Magbanua, a self-taught artist who is also a registered nurse from the Philippines, has a different and very unique way to break the norm.
People’s avoidance of gluten in their diets has been on the rise in recent years due to the belief that it could be damaging to their health. French graphic artist Arthur Coulet has created an interesting project on Tumblr called the Gluten-Free Museum, in which he removes everything that has gluten from classic paintings.
Gluten is a protein that’s found in wheat and grains. Nearly 20 million Americans say they regularly experience stomach problems after eating gluten, according to the New Yorker.
No, “The Onion” did not take over our staff for the day. Someone seriously just bought the above painting for $46.5 million this week at a Sotheby’s auction in New York.
The artist behind the painting is Mark Rothko, who rose to prominence in the 60s before he committed suicide in 1970.