A two-stone ring with a rare triangular blue diamond the size of a quarter on a gold band with baguette-cut diamonds could bring at least $15 million when it is offered at auction in New York next month. At 10.95 carats, the stone is the largest t
Electronic circuit boards may seem as far from art as you can get. But look closer, and the boards have patterns & mdash; horizontal and vertical grids that have a strange, precise beauty to them.
Does a 25-foot-tall, 122-foot-long dinosaur need a permit to avoid extinction? That's the unlikely dilemma posed by "Vermontasaurus," a whimsical sculpture thrown together with scrap wood by a Vermont man. The oddity now faces opposition from neig
We will become re-joined to the power we had pre-birth, which is connected to the power of insight of the Universe. This may feel strange. Old patterns, deep-rooted negative beliefs and certain reluctance from old fears may come to the surface.
At the age of 17 he began dissecting corpses from the church graveyard. Between the years 1508 and 1512 he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Michelangelo Buonarroti—known by his first name the world over as the singular artistic geni
Like his renowned street art, Banksy's "Mocumentary appeared at sundance out of nowhere and is now in theaters.
The People’s Cube features a fine line-up of fantasy Soviet Agitprop which combines the best of faux Soviet-style propaganda posters with American pin-up calendar for some oddly-satisfying results. Do readers agree?
The federal government’s gobbling up banks, car companies, insurance companies, housing: it’s a war out there. Here’s some World War I and II posters--as well as some vintage editorial cartoons--updated for 2010.
Some say that Frazetta’s most influential and impressive painting is the above one from a modern edition of A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs. “John Carter” on Mars will be explored in forthcoming movies.
You may not know who Frank Frazetta was, but chances are good that you've seen his artwork during an incredibly-productive life. Frank Frazetta, February 9, 1928 – May 10, 2010. R.I.P. A look at some of his work and a tribute by--the National Enquire
Live art using sheep with LED harnesses
Restorers using ultra-violet rays have rediscovered rich original details of Giotto's paintings in the Peruzzi Chapel in Florence's Santa Croce church that have been hidden for centuries. Last year, more than a dozen restorers and researchers began a
Blue Dogs Playing Poker might become a little piece of 2010 election-abilia. It may be soon be seen in living rooms and bars across the country. Might it become liked as much as the original Dogs Playing Poker paintings?
Mathieu Lehanneur shows a selection of his ingenious designs -- an interactive noise-neutralizing ball, an antibiotic course in one layered pill, asthma treatment that reminds kids to take it, a living air filter, a living-room fish farm and more.
Nude, yes. Lewd, no. A New York judge dismissed public lewdness and other charges Monday against a model who posed for a nude photo shoot at a museum while visitors looked on. Kathleen "K.C." Neill was arrested in August during photographer Zac
The title character of Ray Bradbury’s book The Illustrated Man is covered with moving, shifting tattoos. If you look at them, they will tell you a story.
Recently excavated Mayan murals are giving archaeologists a rare look into the lives of ordinary ancient Maya. The murals were uncovered during the excavation of a pyramid mound structure at the ancient Maya site of Calakmul, Mexico (near the bord
A group of farmers have created these extraordinary 'murals' by planting rice in different colours in Japanese paddy fields.
Restoration workers have uncovered a well-preserved, long-hidden mosaic face of an angel at the former Byzantine cathedral of Haghia Sophia in Istanbul, an official said.
The seraphim figure — one of two located on the side of a dome — had been covered up along with the building's other Christian mosaics shortly after Constantinople — the former name for Istanbul — fell to the Ottomans in 1453 and the cathedral was turned into a mosque.
For four decades, Leonard Cohen has been one of the most important and influential songwriters of our time, a figure whose body of work achieves greater depths of mystery and meaning as time goes on. His songs have set a virtually unmatched standard in their seriousness and range. Sex, spirituality, religion, power – he has relentlessly examined the largest issues in human lives, always with a full appreciation of how elusive answers can be to the vexing questions he raises
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A tiny figure of a shockingly anatomically correct woman carved out of mammoth ivory that is at least 35,000 years old and perhaps as old as 40,000.
About 16,000 words have succumbed to pressures of the Internet age and lost their hyphens in a new edition of the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary.
Researchers in Germany have used a modern medical procedure to uncover a secret within one of ancient Egypt's most treasured artworks — the bust of Nefertiti has two faces.
"I love it! The beautiful blue mustang with glowing red eyes ...I not only appreciate this work of art myself, but consider our state and the city of Denver fortunate to have this magnificent work by renowned artist Luis Jimenez."
Images of 44 US Presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama morphed to the music Boléro by Ravel.
Willard Wigan can neither read or write but his collection of microscopic sculptures sold for $20 million! Charles Gibson of Good Morning America tells the story.
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The rumors are true: Banksy is, or was, or has been in town, and he’s doing more than just painting, or hiding. For the last few weeks aficionados of street art have been atwitter with sightings of work by this pseudonymous, secretive British artist.
2,500 years ago, when there were few books to read and a fast-expanding population of the curious, an Athenian playwright dramatized three big questions in three great tragedies. Where do I come from? How do I prepare for my death? What should I obey