Egypt's “lost golden city” has at last been found. A team of Egyptian archeologists led by former antiquities minister Dr. Zahi Hawass announced in a statement on April 8, 2021 that they had uncovered the ancient city of Aten. The remarkably well-preserved city is over 3,000 years old and dates to the New Kingdom period of Egyptian history.
In 2019, when Elon Musk first mentioned that his startup Neuralink had created technology that allowed a monkey to play...
Meet Apricot, the adorable Tennessee-based rescue kitten with a two-toned face. Apricot’s striking face is half ginger tabby, half tortoiseshell.
Do you still remember your favorite characters from children’s books? California-based illustrator, poet, and mom Sydney Hanson draws charming characters that every kid and adult alike would adore. From insects to mammals, each animal is hand-crafted in the artist’s distinctly soft and fluffy style with huge wide eyes. It’s impossible not to go “aww” when scrolling through her portfolio. Hanson’s endearing illustrations reflect her own early adventures as a child.
Frida Kahlo is one of the few female artists who has become a universal household name.
Artist Ai Weiwei is undoubtedly the most well-known living Chinese creative today, but his country’s government doesn’t exactly give him...
Ever since NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover safely landed on the Red Planet, it’s been beaming photos, videos, and sounds back to Earth. The amazing mission not only shows us what the alien terrain looks like, but it also makes us wonder what other planets’ landscapes look like too—both in our solar system and beyond. Perhaps these dragon eggs by Australian artist Ben of Ben's Worx will spark your imagination.
Russian artist Georgy Kurasov creates abstract paintings of women that vibrate with energy and color.
Postmodernism is one of those architectural styles that, at first, may seem hard to describe.
Between email, text messages, and social media, the internet has made it remarkably easy to stay connected with long-distance family and friends. Despite its efficiency, however, there's still something to be said for snail mail. The act of writing and receiving a tactile object is a precious exchange that can strengthen relationships near and far. If you're eager to try your hand at sending letters, then you'll need the right supplies.
Photography has a long history. Today, most people shoot with their smartphone or DSLR cameras with high megapixel counts.
Instant photos are charming.