The world of art has forever sorrounded societies in history, but so has technology. The combination of these two has brought a whole new way of creating what we know as Digital Art. And this new Sensu Brush is the ultimate tools for digital artists, they made it posible to deliver an authentic painting experience on your tablet or smartphone.

How is this posible? Well, these genious engineers and artists developed many artist brushes during the years. Combined with advise from some of the best brush makers in the world, which are craftsmen who understand the subtle properties of hair taper, flexibility, and strength, they applied this knowledge to the creation of these unique tools.
For an artist the fact of creating is fulfilling and inspirational, they see beauty in diferent perspectives in life. While this hasn’t changed since Miguel Angelo or Leonardo Da vinci, technology has progressed and the challenge for many artists has been to integrate new methods in their art.
This unique pending design uses advanced hair technology that creates a spring and responsiveness that feels like real painting. the traditional shape of Solo’s handle is milled of solid aircraft-grade aluminum, lending just the right weight and balance.  It’s solid and just long enough to use like a pen.
After testing various metal and metallic fibers, traditional synthetic brush hair has been infused with conductive properties to help fine powder release from make-up brushes as they came in contact with skin. This synthetic hair became the perfect material for these delicate brushes.
ArtRage is an app that gives an incredible degree of control over the action of the tools and the Sensu brush takes advantage of the all of them, providing a rich and gratifying experience and an unprecedented degree of artistic control, it is an oil paint app. The watercolor look can be created with another app called Auryn Ink, you can also download Sketchbook Pro and Brushes.
You won’t regret it, while you sketch around your house carrying a tablet or sitting at your living room. Enjoy the beautiful combination of art and technology, include it in your daily life.

Aeppol, Illustrator


Hey guys, this is an illustrator from South Korea called Aeppol. he is currently illustrating a series called ‘Forest Girl’s Diary’ depicting the everyday life of a young girl with her animal friends in the forest full of imagination like a fairy tale book.

“I hope that this story of a girl with her childhood innocence intact, living freely in the forest, will act as a soothing fairy tale to those who are exhausted from city life.”

He invites us to meet the Forest Girl and her animal friends now on Grafolio.

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Arte: Hiperrealismo


Se llama HIPERREALISMO, a primera vista, creerías que son fotografías lo que tienes delante. Hay algunos artistas que no tienen nombre, pero hoy te vamos a dar algunos autores, y a enseñar su obra maestra y al verlo creerás que te estoy engañando.


Hugo Laurencena

Laurencena intenta jugar con los reflejos, y le sale un cuadro perfecto, el de estas latas. El pintor, que nació en Buenos Aires, tiene la nacionalidad mexicana y ha realizado varias versiones de este cuadro. Se especializa sobre todo en objetos cotidianos, no solamente latas de conservas, sino también bisutería, o brochas de afeitar. El brillo, el reflejo, e incluso la suciedad son totalmente realistas.

Antonio Lopez

Antonio López

La versión española del hiperrealismo lo encontramos en Antonio López. Vemos esta panorámica de Madrid que es absolutamente asombrosa. Si no fuera por la línea que junta los trozos del cuadro, podríamos creer que estamos ante una fotografía. 


David Parrish

Al ver algo así piensas que nadie haría una locura como pintar un vehículo de con todas sus piezas, y de una forma tan perfecta. David Parrish lo ha hecho, y se ve perfectamente que es un artista de los grandes.

DIY #1: Organizational Boxes

box 2

These are the best boxes for fixing stuff you have lying around your room. They look nice and you can decorate them with the design that most suits your personality. 



Shoe boxes or any box of your


1 thick brush

1 small brush

Scotch Packaging Tape – 50 x 66M

White paint

Gold paint

Black paint

pencil, scissors and ruler


box 1


Measure the cardboard and cut a piece and scotch tape it where you want the division to go inside the box. Measure the box and the distance you want each black stripe to go over the white and with the scotch tape place it exactly where they would go. Once the entire box is marked with the scotch tape you have to paint it using the thick brush with the white paint and wait for it to dry.

box 3

After the paint has dried take the scotch tape off and with the small brush paint the stripes black. Once everything has dried, measure where you want the gold stripes to go trace it with a pencil and a ruler and begin to paint with the gold paint. Let the box dry overnight. Next morning open the box and paint it white inside with two coats.

Let it dry and you’re done!