For most people, a standard office copy machine may not inspire much creativity. However, the Japanese-designed Risograph printer from the ‘80s is no ordinary workplace appliance. Fast and easy to use, the bulky, gray machine was originally intended for offices and schools. However, today’s artists with a curiosity for vintage technology have now turned the Risograph into a printmaking phenomenon.
The black panther is notoriously difficult to catch a glimpse of in the wild, and even more challenging to capture...
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a trying time for people all over the world, which is why the South Korean...
As some cities get back to life after the coronavirus lockdown, they’re having to come up with innovative ways to bring a sense of normalcy while also staying safe. In Paris, that means using a vital resource—the Seine—to keep outdoor entertainment going. On July 18, as part of the annual Paris Plages, a floating movie theater will be set up on the river at the Bassin de la Villette.
For years, passengers have been complaining about the tight quarters when flying economy.
History was recently made in the U.S. Navy. In early July, Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG)
Abstract artist Ellsworth Kelly is known for pushing the envelope with his avant-garde paintings, prints, and sculptures. Over the course of his stunning 70-year career, Kelly developed a distinctive approach to his practice, characterized by a preference for minimalism, a penchant for bold colors, and the “new freedom” of finding inspiration in the unexpected.
In 1805, the Battle of Trafalgar secured Britain’s supremacy as a naval power over the French and Spanish.
From the chalky sketches of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo during the Renaissance to the expressive drawings of Edgar Degas...
The diverse beauty of birds has inspired colorful paintings, incredible paper sculptures, as well as cuddly crochet companions. Artist Rachel Altschuler captures the unique personalities of birds in her series of expressive acrylic paintings. She uses a variety of brushstrokes and textures to portray their whimsical and sometimes enigmatic characters. “I have always been passionate about animals—especially birds,” Altschuler explains in her artist statement. “They have such a unique energy and spirit about them.
Nature lover, writer, and botanical artist Bridget Beth Collins (aka Flora Forager)
As France approached the turn of the 20th-century, several modernist movements had started to take shape.