Vainius Kubilius brings to you his latest masterpiece in the form of luminescent coconut lamps, exhibiting the synergy between art and nature at it’s finest.Read More
Imitating nature to create marvels is a trend in the trade. However, Susanna Bauer takes this up several notches by weaving a story around nature’s most basic element – a leaf. Be prepared to be blown away, we certainly were!Read More
Portals are the kind of thing one expects to see in sci-fi movies only but Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, also known as Witchoria (which is just plain awesome), begs to differ. She takes…Read More
Our Editor decides to go the extra mile and shares what he’s learnt so far about writing articles – in an article.Read More
Safina talks about video game design, and how they deserve to be (and are being recognized as) a modern expression of artistic creativity.Read More
When an exquisite and captivating imagery caught up in a blur of the moment is difficult enough to spot, capturing the same using an elaborate arrangement of photography equipment seems like a far-fetched…Read More
It is quite common for authors and poets to use celestial bodies as metaphors for beauty and for good reason too—it’s impossible to look at stars twinkling in the night and not be…Read More
Even the theory of evolution sometimes seems like a paradox when it comes to understanding how humans differ in their functioning from their fellow species – the animals. Deep down we are animals…Read More
While most crafts-persons might have an eye for detail, Hobart-based Duncan Meerding is one designer who has an ear for detail. Diagnosed in 2005 with a degenerative eye condition that left him legally blind…Read More
Photography could be just taking pictures for one or a life force for another. The other person here is a photographer. When you get behind a DSLR, the ordinary rules don’t apply to…Read More
The Yellow Sparrow gets in touch with Hiroko Kubota, and we chat about cats and embroidery and T-shirt designs and all things cute.
We ended up in the nest of Olena Mysnky, someone who crushes little people so that you can have bookmarks with legs hanging out of them. (kidding, they’re not real people or smurfs, but they’re totally cool.)
TYS gets in touch with Uttam Sinha, a man who’s now known in the art world for doodling around his feet on his phablet.
They tell me how uncomfortable they feel around these unfamiliar faces.; or how they could not strike the perfect conversation with the only person they found interesting at the party. Such stories would…
The chirpy souls at The Yellow Sparrow wish to take down the wall that divides the world into ‘creatives’ and ‘non-creatives’. With this thought in mind, we’ve initiated ‘Creat-A-Thon’ – a community of…
Our very own Nandita Kochar gets inspired by our previous article, Sarah Urist’s Art Assignment. She decided to try and recreate the Assignment #8 Walk On It!, By Kate Gilmore, in a quaint…