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Chinese Artist who changed the perspective of garbage and gave it a form of art: Zhao Xiaoli

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Zhao Xiaoli

Artists are the ones who start thinking from the point where a normal person ends his or her thinking. Same goes with an artist in Beijing named Zhao Xiaoli who is transforming trash into excellent, reused show-stoppers – demonstrating that workmanship can be made out of anything.

A messed up window, an 80s TV set and an old wooden entryway. They aren’t such things you’d find in high-type craftsmanship displays, yet rather something you would discard. For Chinese craftsman Zhao Xiaoli, they make the ideal canvas. Making show-stoppers out of the most bizarre articles, the youthful craftsman has turned into a web sensation online with her creative works. Zhao’s advantage in refuse is known by numerous individuals, even clean labourers close to her studio in Beijing. At the point when anybody in her locale tosses furniture out, similar to an entryway or a seat, Zhao is consistently the first to know.

Zhao’s work has been mainstream via web-based media with huge numbers of her clips getting seen more than 1,000,000 times on stages like Weibo and TikTok.On a video sharing stage Douyin, she has in excess of 8 million devotee followers. Also, a few clients state it “makes them take a gander at ordinary things in an unexpected way.” Others even kidded, alluding to her work as the most important and wonderful washboard that they have ever observed.

One of her amazing works was seen with a broken guitar which was given to her by a coffee shop owner and she changed its whole soul with a beautiful oil painting and it whooed everyone.

She also shares her skills with the younger generation as she went to the Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture to teach her art form in Siyuan Experimental School. She also published a book for beginners who want to learn oil paintings.

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Jake DeMichele Nominated for Electronic Music Award for his Debut Album ‘Floating’

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The Electronic Music Awards have spoken, and they have nominated Jake DeMichele. After the LoFi star came out with his album ‘Floating’ and started trending on Spotify, his fanbase of over 500k loyal followers voted for him to be the winner.

Jake DeMichele is a 31 year-old American-LoFi producer, born in Bronx, New York. Jake DeMichele just recently released his debut album ‘Floating. His album ‘Floating’ consists of five LoFi songs. Since the release, his fans have been listening to Jake DeMichele’s album constantly, which has caused Spotify to trend the songs.

Jake DeMichele’s first ever studio album ‘Floating’ has started trending all over streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music, as well as on Tik Tok and Instagram. There’s no stop to this sensation.

Listen to Jake DeMichele’s music –

Overnight, Jake DeMichele’s fan base has been blowing up after hearing his album everywhere. He has now over HALF-A-MILLION followers on his Instagram. The streaming and sale number are still sky rocketing, and now conversations about band-merch apparel is being requested from fans. Jake DeMichele’s music on ‘Floating’ has also been noticed by Netflix and may be seen in the new TV shows to come from Netflix. His managers have announced publicly to fans that they are expecting a huge take off with brand deals and touring opportunities for Jake’s supporters to see him live. After all, it is the fans to thank for this sudden take off.

With an album like Floating, it’s easy to hear it in future films, specially Sci-Fi movies, everywhere in theatres. This is the next big stage for Jake DeMichele, and all his loving fans are locked in and ready to see more of Jake DeMichele.

‘Floating’ is the type of album you would hear in a multi-million dollar Hollywood sci-fi film. With the way Jake DeMichele has produced his album, many say it gives a thrilling, eerie and refreshing vibe. Gamers on twitch have been seen streaming live game play to his music. This 5-song LoFi masterpiece is to be the next biggest album in all of LoFi history.

See Jake DeMichele’s work –

https://instagram.com/jake_demichele
https://twitter.com/jake_demichele

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Shane Nagy Drops Global Hit ‘Nagy Hotel’

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We’ve all seen it before. The Icon who walks the streets of Hollywood. He’s known for his singing, dancing, acting, and most importantly his virality. That star is Shane Nagy

Shane Nagy is a 25-year-old singer-songwriter who has caught the eyes of the masses and has reeled in over 5 million fans who are absolutely in love with what he is up to.

Just recently, Shane Nagy has come out with his own music ‘Nagy Hotel’ which has become a sensation for his loyal fans. The streaming numbers are taking off, fans are creating videos to the songs on Tik Tok, and most importantly, Shane Nagy’s supporters are singing along.

Singing comes naturally to this Hollywood naturalist. Shane Nagy has been writing music and singing since he was 12 years old. His fans have been watching Shane every step of the way to stardom. And now here we are, the global sensation is soaring through the fame.

See what Shane Nagy is up to next –

https://instagram.com/shanenagy
https://www.tiktok.com/@shanenagy
https://youtube.com/c/ShaneNagy

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Meet Shruti Vij Gurugram Based Designer and Artist

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Pop Art Interior Styling 
Pop Goes The Art

Pop art – is a provocative and daring, bold and colorful interior style. Pop art adds another dimension to your walls. It’s colorful, funky, lively and adds character to the walls. Pop art is full of fun and colour, but the process of creating an artwork is never that simple. Pop art gives artists the freedom to experiment. It’s a very dynamic and agile artform that just lets you be.

You can never have enough of pop art, as soon as you finish one piece, you can’t wait to start with another one. That’s a kind of joy that I might not always experience with other art forms that I practice. Usually, you wait for the process to end and want to take some time off to rejuvenate. Some artworks are more demanding, and you end up investing all your energy into them. Pop art doesn’t tire me and it’s like a constant flow of ideas in my head that need an outlet. Sometimes, artists need time off to reclaim the energy they have put into their artworks, but with pop art it’s usually a continuous process.

Also, the burst of colour is inspiring. It’s close to what I am deep down. I am a cheerful and happy person and I think pop art reflects that facet of my personality very well. The faces I create in my pop art are happy, assertive, confident faces. They are simple, straightforward and easy to interpret. In most cases what I create is what the viewer sees in these artworks.  

What’s fascinating about pop art is its diversity. The Marilyns and Fridas are not necessarily similar to another artist’s rendition of the same personalities. The works of the stalwarts of this artform such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, James Rosenquist are each very different from the other. What binds them together is their desire to think out of the box and their experimentative works. They turned the most mundane objects into artworks and gave the viewer a perspective to view art in everything. Seeing art in everyday life adds a joy to it. Pop art deserves the credit for democratizing art and making it a part of everyday life.

The universality of pop art is yet another of its qualities. It appeals to everyone, right from an experienced art aficionado to a person who may not have been exposed to different forms of art.

Pop art can enhance your decor if placed correctly. The foyer and walkways are perfect spaces fit pop art. The good thing is that pop art fits in well anywhere. Kid’s rooms or teenagers rooms mix and match with framed black and white photographs. Pop art placed in juxtaposition with black and white photography will add so much value to your walls. Because pop art is so bright there is always a risk of cluster or overcrowding. Don’t make the walls too busy, and intersperse with abstracts in pastels to make it lighter on the eyes. 

Pop art’s simplicity stands out and makes it a popular art form and that’s where it derives its term. In today’s times, when digital media has made content creation of all kinds accessible to different people, pop art fits in perfectly for its appeal and accessibility.

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