Rarely is a painting so delicious to the eyes as the sumptuous, candy-colored world of The Swing. An icon of the Rococo art movement, this masterpiece stars a coquettish leading lady flying between two besotted gentlemen on a swing, against the backdrop of a lush, fantastical garden.
If you thought unicorns only lived in dreamland, then get ready for something magical.
In an ideal world, we would stay at home all day with our pets.
Our domestic pets make us laugh on a daily basis, but animals in the wild can have their funny moments, too. Now in its 5th year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards recently announced the hilarious winning photos for 2019. The funny images were chosen from over 4,000 entries from 68 different countries, revealing that silly playfulness is universal amongst animals.
Embed from Getty Images Venetians are used to water.
Cellphone use is a staple of modern living; but, around the world, it’s becoming all too apparent that people are...
For many, music is much more than a song on the radio—it’s a way of life. Music is tied up in special moments and memories, whether it’s the song you danced to at prom or the tune that reminds you of your first love. Musicians and music lovers take their passion to a whole new level by dedicating themselves to every aspect of the craft.
November 9, 1989 marked a momentous occasion—it’s when the Berlin Wall began to come down.
Underwater photography is captivating not only for the world it reveals but the particular quality of its colors.
Have you ever had a pet rock? The novelty gift was created by Gary Dahl in 1975 and featured an ordinary rock, packaged and marketed as if it were a real animal to care for (despite not ever needing to feed, walk, or bathe it). If you like the idea of having a “pet rock” that will live forever, you’ll greatly appreciate Japanese artist Akie Nakata’s animal-inspired stone paintings.
In one of the most creative examples of upcycling that we’ve seen in a while, designer Brent Walter has transformed...
Artist Sam Barsky has a unique way of commemorating the places to which he’s traveled.