Stuffed toys are universally loved by children around the globe. If you’re like most of us, as a child you had a teddy bear that you hugged every night, or a stuffed animal that never left your side.
Lips have been an object of fascination for years, from Marilyn Monroe’s candy apple-red lips to Elvis Presley’s signature lip curl.
Last Wednesday, we asked users to pull out the golden oldies of their photo collections and share some of their classic photos with the tag #throwback.
Our January Issue is officially out, and boy does it pack a whallop of inspiration for this frigid first month of 2015.
With modern technology, it’s easier than ever nowadays to tune out your surroundings and be transported to another time and place--through music, that is.
We asked users to share photos of them and their friends all week long last week with the tag #friendship, and users responded with real heartwarming shots of themselves with their best pals.
How do you dress up your wrists? Whether your signature look consists of stacks of wooden bangles or a single gold chain, you know that the right selection of jewelry can elevate any outfit from blasé to bold.
In cooperation with SEGA and powered by Swyft Media, Sonic the Hedgehog has arrived at PicsArt and he’s ready to jump into your images at supersonic speeds!
Our White Weekend Art Project has reached its end, and today we’re announcing the 10 winning images.
This week was big, as we really set the tone for the coming year by matching the tremendous art from our users with some equally sizeable announcements.
If you are like most people, some of your New Year’s resolutions have already fallen off the truck, and others are hanging on by a string.
Dollars, euros, rupees, yen--most of us handle money every day. But have you ever taken a moment to examine the intricacies of the coins in your pocket?
If your printed photos look different from the version on your computer, the culprit may not be the lab.
On December 17, 1903, exactly 112 years and one month ago, the Wright brothers took to the sky. A fifty-nine-second flight changed the world forever. Their innovation provided people with the freedom to travel at unimaginable speeds.
PicsArt wants to change the world too. We want to give freedom to our creativity and make the world a more beautiful place to live in.