On life, joy and solitude.

Talent is nurtured in solitude. Every kind of creative work demands isolation. Art thrives in the lonely hours. Solitude brings out the most kooky, thrilling, and richly faceted interior worlds inside us. Being alone helps us see the unfamiliar beauty and appreciate the spontaneous joys that are usually lost in the roar. These artworks remind us to stay with our solitude for awhile, they make us want to run up a hill by ourselves, to daydream, unwind and refresh. Be alone, that’s when ideas flow.

Cheers to solitude!


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“I think you’re going to love this!”

Nothing compares to the stomach ache you get from laughing with your best friends! The greatest conversations start with old friends saying “Remember when…?”. Your friend may be living across the globe but that’s the best part, having friends in far away places makes the world feel more cozy. Art is the most intense, uplifting and emotional gift for a friend. Sending art to a friend reminds them that although you’re physically apart, your minds are connected, you’re still together on the unnamed road. The best conversations end with “I think you’re going to love this!”

Friendship is born at that moment when one man says to another: What! You too? I thought that no one but myself…

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Your essential dose of intrigue and mystery

The mysterious makes our eyes glitter. Art acknowledges the hidden little mysterious of life, it ignites our deepest curiosities and highest potentials. The past two decades of technological change has yielded powerful tools, but it’s the feeling of the unknown that evokes the most awe and beauty. Today, the combination of art and technology enables the most emotions. Art enhances the haze of intrigue that adds enchantment and marvel to life.

henrymillersmall“No matter what you touch and you wish to know about, you end up in a sea of mystery… This is the greatest damn thing about the universe. That we can know so much, recognize so much, dissect, do everything, and we can’t grasp it.”

— Henry Miller







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You have to be odd to be number one.


We have a special knack for the weird and the wonderful, the inexplicable and the absurd. Our favorite artworks have the perfect mix of odd and whimsical. In most facets of life we need to conform to maintain order, that’s why the spark of weirdness has such tremendous impact — it’s the flaws and flamboyance that adds thrill and flavor. Strangeness is the nerve of the internet, and art online is the labyrinth for independent thinking, idiosyncratic beauty and long term allegiances.

Don’t be normal. Only the weird, the mad, the unusual people are significant enough to be remembered. (more…)

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