It's almost something straight out of a mythical garden.
By now you've heard of this couple, or at least seen their photos on Instagram.
Extreme sports provide for some of the most jaw-dropping photography in all of sports.
Pat Acton, a former career counselor in central Iowa, spent some 1,000 hours a year between 2007 and 2010 building a matchstick model of the mythic Minas Tirith city from "Lord of the Rings." The finished replica contains 420,000 matchsticks and 23,0
Did I do this before? Have I become better as technology has become better, And more dangerous and lethal and without conscience The drone technology that distinguishes a desert hilltop from the next desertRead Letter
Artists have tried all sorts of strategies to get us to think more critically about the systems and spaces that govern the modern world. Roxy Paine’s approach was to carve them out of wood.
Battlefield artists were once the only way to capture what really happened in war.
Creepy babies, skulls and more, from the 3D Printshow this week in New York
Li Hongbo's mesmerizing sculptures are currently on view at Klein Sun Gallery in New York. After years of trial and error, he's perfected his method of layering thousands of sheets of paper and carving them into busts, replicas of nature and human fo
In this charming talk, artist Aparna Rao shows us her latest work: cool, cartoony sculptures (with neat robotic tricks underneath them) that play with your perception -- and crave your attention. Take a few minutes to simply be delighted.
Carmen de Bizet par ZIC ZAZOU pour la Grande Battle
We tend to think of graffiti as being a semi-permanent mark left by an unauthorized artist, but Dutch sand writing artist Gijs van Bon wants his work to be ephemeral, so he designed a machine that he calls Skryf that writes on the sidewalk using sand
Luke Syson was a curator of Renaissance art, of transcendent paintings of saints and solemn Italian ladies -- serious art. And then he changed jobs, and inherited the Met's collection of ceramics -- pretty, frilly, "useless" candlesticks and vases. H
iPad Art - Morgan Freeman Finger Painting
Louis K. Meisel likes to let you know that he doesn’t care for famous graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat’s paintings — which sell for millions of dollars — because he thinks they don’t show much skill.
Queenie Liao, a California photographer and mother of three, has taken a creative approach to capturing her children's dreams.
British street art superstar Banksy said police prevented him from creating a new piece of art in New York as promised on each day of the month. “Today’s art has been cancelled due to police activity,” he wrote in a blank window on his website banksy
Street artist Banksy is a wanted man.
A group of men has begun charging $5 apiece for photos of the new Banksy piece in East New York today, according to the Instagram account streetartjamz.
Making clouds out of drug store cotton balls. Diorama madre from cotton, salt, cooked sugar, tin foil, feathers & canvas. (This guy is AWESOME!! - Ed)
Swiss artist and photographer Fabian Oefner is on a mission to make eye-catching art from everyday science. In this charming talk, he shows off some recent psychedelic images, including photographs of crystals as they interact with soundwaves.
How do you fit a 50-foot-long chain into a 5-inch box?
Alexa Meade takes an innovative approach to art. Not for her a life of sketching and stretching canvases. Instead, she selects a topic and then paints it--literally.
The enigmatic image is perhaps the most reproduced in art history, but it's never before been painted on such a small canvas.
Ducks, eagles, and dolphins have all been the beneficiaries of 3-D printed prostheses, and now Japanese artist Aki Inomata is using the power of rapid prototyping to enhance the appearance of the humble hermit crab.
A Message from your Government
3D printed art is now being showcased in galleries in the United States, but unlike most exhibits, the work is meant to be experienced through both the tactile and visual senses.
And they sound like the sea! Isn't art the best?
3D printing is turning up in all sorts of places these days, and recently, it's been gaining traction in the art world, with one artist using the printers to create giant paintings with loads of texture.