These beautiful scenic art pieces are actually painted with credit cards

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Art on Thursday 25 September 2014

Artist Sandy Byers from Washington owns a vast collection of credit cards, but they are not used for charging up purchases. Instead, she uses them as a handy replacement for paintbrushes when she doesn’t have any. This method of painting began by accident, when she was about to start painting outdoors after hiking for about a mile with her husband, and realized she had forgotten to bring along her paintbrushes.

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Cloud Paint lets you relive your childhood as a MacPaint genius

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Tech on Thursday 17 October 2013

If you were lucky enough to have a Macintosh computer back in the day, you’ll have been pretty obsessed with the ultimate program of programs: MacPaint. Using just your keyboard and mouse to lasso and paint, you could create incredible images right on the screen. It was like magic! With the introduction of KidPix, Paintbrush […]

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Vasari Classic Paints

David Kassan Reader Find

By David Kassan in New Products on Tuesday 21 October 2008

This gourmet paint is made by only two dedicated paint makers without fillers, just pigment and oil, like it should be. There is only one store that sells it and it is run out of the Elisabeth Foundation for the Arts building in Chelsea, New York. They have a table set up there so you […]

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