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In the 1940s, long before he became a renowned film director for movies like “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange” and “The Shining,” Stanley Kubrick was a photographer and a student at the City College New York.
It is incredible to be at a live rock concert and to feel the energy of the musicians and the crowd. The mood makes a massive shift from the preconcert chatter, to the post show adrenaline and exhaustion.
The prolific duo of artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaulo Ferrari are up to their old tricks again.
Emojis are taking the smartphone world by storm to the point where instant messaging apps are literally competing against one another on account of who has the most extensive emoji library.
In a strange and striking sculpture installation Andrea Hasler (previously) has placed large fleshy masses within the picturesque Swiss Alps.
Pop artist Jason Mecier is best known for his outrageous portraits of pop culture icons, ‘painted’ entirely with candies.
I think it was the movie Snow White that forever changed the forest for me. What was once a place of serenity and growth was augmented into a dark hallow with evil eyes, and lashing claws.
The feeling of one’s mind exploding is not uncommon. However, discovering that one’s head was filled with extinct animals certainly would be a unique experience.
In the library at North Carolina State University, artist José Parlá took on an interesting and complex concept—the nature of language.
A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York showcases the work of McCauley “Mac” Conner, one of New York City’s original “Mad Men” of the 1960s. His hand-painted work appeared in magazines like McCall’s and Redbook.
Guillaume Bruère paints the essence of people, not the real physical depiction we might expect. Working rapidly in trance-like state he attempts to stay one step ahead of his consciousness while working.
Burlesque began in a simpler form a few hundred years ago and has evolved into an increasingly popular modern art performance combining dance, comedy and strip-tease.
This is a home for the true thrill seeker. Australian design firm Modscape has conceptualized this insane looking abode located literally on the side of a cliff.
Argentinian artist Martín Feijoó brings his childhood imagination to life by creating illustrations based on clouds in his series ‘Shaping Clouds.’ As a child I spent hours watching the sky finding fantasy worlds in the clouds. Feijoó simply used photography and his illustration skills to take this fun activity to a literal level.
Kevin Weir spends his time scouring the Library of Congress online archive for perfect images for his creepy animated GIF art.
For years, Erik Kessels, principal at the Dutch communications agency KesselsKramer, searched for photographs that have the photographer’s finger over the lens.
As technology changes at a rapid pace, the world’s supply of tech trash is ever-increasing. The Illinois group Electric Waste Orchestra has developed an innovative approach for how to re-purpose some of the electronic junk that is no longer useful for its original purpose.
What’s more adorable than anthropomorphic food cartoons? Anthropomorphic Japanese food cartoons, of course!
We’ve all seen the crayon art made from melting wax into different shapes. It’s a fun DIY project that almost anyone can do, regardless of your artistic skills (of course, there are some beautifully artistic examples, as well).
You may be familiar with the Michelin Man (whose real name is actually Bibendum), the giant, lumpy white mascot of the Michelin tire company.