It’s no secret that artists often look to other creative figures, styles, and movements for inspiration. In addition to fine art influences, however, many of art history’s most prominent players also employed more personal muses. Much like Frida Kahlo‘s interest in her Mexican heritage and Salvador Dalí‘s dive into his subconscious, painter Paul Klee, for example, was influenced by his own musical background.
Denver-based urban sketcher Paul Heaston takes a sketchbook and pen with him wherever he goes, capturing the world around him...
Photographing animals in the wild is a challenge in itself, but capturing them during their funniest moments takes a whole...
The seniors at North Farmington High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan have a tradition that starts their final year with a bit of fun. The soon-to-be graduates are encouraged to dress up in costume for their school ID photos—and they do not disappoint! From pop culture icons to hilarious memes, these kids make their final North Farmington IDs as memorable as the last three years were.
Hungarian photographer László Francsics was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year for his innovative look at a lunar eclipse.
Today, many starry-eyed artists are finding infinite inspiration in outer space.
Photographer Matt Molloy has something in common with Impressionist painters. For the better part of a decade, the Canadian creative has crafted sky photography that look like paintings from the defining artistic movement. Depicting daylight and nighttime, the images appear as though they were manipulated with a brush and highlight brilliant hues that are smudged into artful changes of color—just like the painters of the late 1800s.
From Mount Fuji to its iconic cherry blossoms, Japan is filled with stunning visuals that make it, arguably, one of...
Move over, Vantablack—there’s a new blackest black in town.
For 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have celebrated the rich ecosystems found across Britain. The 2019 winners take a diverse approach to wildlife photography; but, in their own way, they help pay homage to local fauna and prove that award-winning photography doesn’t require an exotic location. In celebration of its ten-year anniversary, the competition honors the sea by expanding its Coast and Marine category into four divisions based on the British coastline.
Many of us have scribbled a note or two on our hand when there’s no paper in reach.
Some desserts look too good to eat (well, almost)