Coffee spills are quite annoying as they are sometimes difficult to clean. But one artist turned this problem into something beautiful. Instead of wiping off the spill, she created incredible artwork from it, and the results are simply amazing.
Giulia Bernardelli, better known as Bernulia in her Instagram account, revealed that her creativity in turning coffee spills into art comes from spur-of-the-moment imagination. The 27-year-old Italian artist, who earned her bachelor’s degree from the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna, shared that her coffee spill artwork all started a year ago when she accidentally spilled coffee on the table.
In awe of the possibilities, Giulia found a way to turn the ugly patch into a work of art.
The rest, as they say, is history.
Giulia Bernardelli said:
“Everything that I needed was around me if I looked carefully. I decided to replace the paintbrush with what nature offered, such as leaves, fruit skins, food. All these elements feature different colors and textures.
I never plan my work in advance. For example, when I drink coffee, I reflect on the nuances that I could create if I turned it over on the table.”
It’s not just “drink coffee” for Giulia.
Although she specializes in coffee spills, Giulia also tried other liquid beverages and even an ice cream.
Giulia didn’t limit her creativity with spilled drinks.
She also made artwork from chocolate smudges, cocoa powder, and more.
She created faces, flowers, monuments, abstracts…
And even Coco and Miguel from the hit Disney animation film, Coco, out from spills.
Guilia’s whimsical art also captured some famous faces and musicians, as well as ships and animal figures.
Giulia Bernardelli shares her “spilled artwork” on Instagram, where she has over 90,000 followers. Check her out.
Artist Perfectly Explains Why Boys Also Need Female Role Models
“Boys are repeatedly told that girls’ things are embarrassing and inferior.”
We all grew up having own personal heroes, whether that hero be an athlete, a musician, a comic book superhero, a loved one, or anyone else for that matter. We look up to them and they inspire us to be our better selves.
So is it ok for a young boy to look up to female role models? The obvious answer to this question, of course, is a resounding “yes” but if you’ll be honest, the sad reality is that society sometimes has the tendency to discriminate genders.
Artist Damian Alexander has personally seen this and even experienced it in his own life. ...
Artist Accurately Portrays The Joys of Living Alone
“Just because someone is alone doesn’t mean they’re lonely.”
If you’ve ever tried living alone, you know it comes with several pros and cons – just like when you’re living with family members or others. There is, however, a common misconception that being alone always means being lonely.
This is what artist Yaoyao Ma Van As has been trying to dispel through her colorful illustrations. A self-confessed vegan and animal lover, Yaoyao’s gorgeous artworks recently went viral on social media after it caught the attention of netizens and media sources.
35-year-old artist Yaoyao Ma Van As lives with her dog Parker.
12 Illustrations Showing Zodiac Signs As Mythical Goddesses
Illustrator Emilee Petersmark recreates the Zodiacs as goddesses and starts to appreciate the myths behind the signs.
Not all people may be following their horoscope, but most knew what their zodiac signs are and what they look like. Each symbol is unique: a bull for Taurus, ram for Aries, crab for Cancer, etc. and each one has a different meaning. But what if these zodiac signs symbols have been turned into mythical goddesses? That’s exactly what illustrator Emilee Petersmark did and the results are just amazing!
Emilee revealed that she was approached by a band called The Accidentals in 2017, asking her to create 12 posters based on the zodiac signs. The artist admitted that she was not so familiar with zodiac signs at the time but she did a lot of research and reimagined them as mythical goddesses.
It took Emilee a year to finish the project.