Art Talk

Rise of NFTs and Crypto Art in India

 When Banksy sold the non-fungible token for his digital work of art “Everydays: The first 5000 days” for $69.3 million in 2021, the world opened i...

Artsome Artist: Varnika Prakash

Varnika is a creative soul, who loves to explore and experience new journeys in life. Her childhood life has always sparked the artistic side in he...

Virtual reality in the world of ART

"Art therapy is founded on the idea that creative expression with an art therapist facilitates communication and problem solving, reduces inhibit...

Purvanshi

Purvanshi has been a planner always. She intricately plans every step of hers and becoming an artist, was a major one. Coming from the city of Kot...

The Art That Was Forgotten

The first-ever Olympics happened in Athens, Greece, in the year 1896. It was headed by a Frenchman named Baron Pierre de Coubertin, and also prese...

Prasoon Poddar

Understanding The Artist Prasoon, as an artist, is very humble and grounded. Hailing from Patna, Bihar, he’s had a great art influence during hi...

Anupama C. Hara

Understanding The Artist Born in Delhi with a Bengali family background, Anupama has been all over the country growing up as her father was in the ...

Latest Happenings in the world of NFTs: NFT Vision Hack 2021

This whole event aims to bring together talented people to surpass the notions conceived about the typical Non-Fungible Tokens. Moreover, the organ...

Is NFT beneficial for artists?

Is NFT beneficial for artists? The internet is blowing up with this newfound hype about NFT after Beeple virally sold his NFT piece worth $69 milli...

Mansha Bedi

 UNDERSTANDING THE ARTIST   Mansha comes from a Punjabi family and hails from Delhi. After completing her schooling and spending most of her chil...

Inspiring quotes by Great Artists!

I suggest you copy them and read them as often as you would like them! How about even setting them as wallpaper on your laptop, Ipad, or even your ...

The Grandeur of Delhi Photo Festival 2015: The Specials

 the Delhi Photo Festival, the biennial soiree of light, shadow and reflections is here again.