With the Halloween approaching, are you ready for some pumpkins, witches, and ghosts? Pumpkin carving isn’t the only craft we can do, there are so many spooktacular things to make and do. Here we prepare 8 Cool yet Simple Halloween DIY Crafts, they are not only cool but also easy to make. Perfect for those who want to do some DIY work but don’t have to much time.
1. No-carve typography pumpkins
Pumpkin carving is some kind of routine for Halloween. But if you want to do something different to our beloved pumpkin and avoid all those carving mess, chalkboard pumpkins are the perfect solution looks like a perfect solucation. Here is the DIY tutorial and enjoy your dressed up pumpkin without any carving work.
Derek Gores, Florida-based artist is known for this special chaos controlling skill in art – creating ripped paper collage portraits on canvas using recycling magazines, labels, and other found materials. In his collage work, Gores shows his contrasting interests in the living beauty of the figure, abstract design aesthetics of fashion, and a fearless sense of play. “I start with a photo shoot, play around deconstructing digitally, and then recreate the tones on canvas with aggressive textures from magazines, maps, song lyrics, etc” Gores explains how he create his collage art.
Grüner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria, surrounded by the Hochschwab mountains and forests. Its beautiful emerald-green water mainly comes from the snow-melt from the karst mountains, which makes its depth fluctuates throughout the year. In winter time, the lake is only 1-2 deep and the surrounding area is used as a county park. However, when temperature rises and the snow melts, its water grows and reach its fullest depth of around 12 m from mid-May to June. At that time, its surrounding park is completely submerged in it and make the place heaven for diver. Bridge, bench, lane, how amazing it is to explore a park underwater! It must be really spectacular experience. Let’s take some enchanting images by photographer and diving enthusiast Marc Henauer who wants to share his firsthand divers journeying through the underwater park.
Inspired by her own dog Norbert, US-based photographer and animal trainer Carli Davidson published her book “Shake” – a series of photo collection features close-up portraits of dogs in all of their drooling glory. Using a high speed camera, Carli was able to capture hilarious freeze-frame shots of various dogs mid-shake. Lips smack, ears flop, and drool flies – all the sudden, those ordinary dogs looks like star right out of a cartoon. Looking at those funny photos, it is so easy to shake off all the worries on your mind and offer you a couple minutes of wonder and laughter.
Starting today, you can buy the 144 page book on Amazon as well as shakethebook.