The wildly talented LE Bohemian Muse (@lebohemianmuse) has arrived to add a multiple personality to her artistic list; Curator.
For our last Weekend Art Project, we celebrated everybody’s favorite furry friends!
Last week was a busy time for the PicsArt community, so today we’re rounding up all of the exciting news in one place!
The Free to Fly package has just rolled into the PicsArt Shop!
Imagine you are out and about in Los Angeles. You grab a burrito to-go and lean against a brick wall to chow down, when you notice something strange.
The Ali the Fox package, powered by Swyft Media, has just arrived in the PicsArt Shop!
Photography can help bring order to the world around you. By searching for organized patterns and repetition, you can shed light on the constant pursuit of balance both in nature and industrial spaces.
This week, use the PicsArt app to draw the ideal perch for our feathered friends. That’s right, we want you to draw a beautiful birdhouse.
Theresa (@luvbabygirl) is a California native who loves to show off the flavor and the nature of the Golden State.
Are you rocking any piercings? Last Saturday, we asked you to show off your body art with the SATtag #piercing.
For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we’re asking you to draw a beautiful birdhouse. If you’re new to the app, or if you’re just looking for a few pointers, follow along with this tutorial to learn how to draw one yourself.
You’ve all heard of PicsArt’s #freetoedit hashtag, but did you know that it allows you to collaborate with artists all over the world?
Hurry over to the PicsArt Shop to download the free package and show off how you #RockYourLashes!
This weekend, we want you to get in touch with you inner Houdini and use the PicsArt photo editor to create an illusion for the Weekend Art Project! Tag your image with #WAPillusion to enter.
Last Friday, we asked the PicsArt community to get creative with PicsArt’s Cross Process Effect.
In the dense forests of central Europe, Germany unfolds like a cultural dynamo. It’s a landscape of world-class cities and half-timber villages, where the cathedrals are as grandiose as the beer halls, and the people have hardy spirits and quirky senses of humor.