All parents know that being in school is sometimes tough for kids, especially for those who are more on the shy side like Lynell Jinks’ daughter Zelina. Instead of just giving her some pep talk to boost her self-esteem like most parents normally do, the 42-year-old artistic and creative director took a totally different approach.
Lynell started drawing on his children’s paper lunch bags about five years ago. Now, it became a regular thing and his kids, Zelina and Izaac, appreciate all the efforts that he did to make them feel special.
Instead of just doing quick sketches, Lynell took it to a whole new level.
Lynell Jinks said:
“My wife said I should draw his name on the bag. I drew Iron Man but instead wrote Izaac Man.”
Lynell Jinks shared that he drew on his daughter’s lunch bags to serve as a “conversation starter.”
“I drew Monster High on her bag as an ice breaker and conversation starter.”
Lynell usually used the lines from the movies of the characters he drew.
He never forgets to write his son and daughter’s names on the paper bag.
Lynell always made sure that his kids know that they’re loved.
The creative dad drew well-known characters like Eleven and Pennywise.
But he also drew Izaac and Zelina, accompanied with the sweetest message.
His artwork was even praised and shared by former US President Barack Obama.
Former US President Barack Obama captioned it:
“Now this is a pretty cool dad move. Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there like Lynell Jinks, who creates beautiful art on his kids’ lunch bags to remind them to be proud of their own gifts.
Izaac and Zelina kept every single lunch bag that their dad drew on.
Lynell Jinks posts his brown paper bag artwork on Instagram to share them to his over 6,000 followers.
Brilliant Artist Creates Beautiful Artwork From Spilled Coffee
Coffee is not just for drinking for Giulia Bernardelli.
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.
Amazing Detailed Process On How This Bolt Was Turned Into A Teeny Beautiful Hunting Knife
Stallone will be proud of you.
Youtuber Bobby Duke showed amazing craftsmanship when he made a Legionnaire Bowie knife out of a 2-dollar stainless steel bolt from Lowes. And while the original dagger can slyly fit Sylvester Stallone’s hand (as featured in the movie Expendables 2), Bobby’s version can only fit your finger, at the most. Teeny but awesome.
Bobby, who is a cement truck driver on weekdays and an artist on weekends, detailed the process of making the miniature hunter knife through a step-by-step video he uploaded on his Youtube channel. It has amassed over 21 million views to date.
The video opens with Bobby kneeling over a rack of steel bolts before viewers are transported to his work area.
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. ...