The street art world is full of artists who use different techniques, from freehand spray paint to elaborate installation art. But perhaps no other technique is so tied to its practitioners like the stencil. Stencils are nothing new—they originated over 35,000 years ago when pre-historic man held their hand to the wall and blew pigment on it.
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Forget assisted living or RVs, more and more seniors are looking at tiny homes to spend their retirement.
On a small island off the northeast coast of England, rows of fishing sheds dot the coastline.
American photographer and environmental activist J. Henry Fair captures disastrously beautiful aerial photographs of Earth for his series, Industrial Scars. In reality, these stunning images document the toll that our rampant consumerism is taking on our environment. By peeling back the layers of what it takes to produce the modern luxuries we take for granted, Fair forces us to confront the price we are paying for convenience.
Did you know that in the 1970s NASA attached a sort of extraterrestrial “greeting card” to its space crafts?
The 57th Venice International Art Biennale opened on May 13, and already the Argentinian Pavillion is causing a stir.