If you’ve ever dreamed of dropping everything and taking an epic road trip across the country (and even if you haven’t), then you’ve likely encountered the concept of van life. The freedom of living on the open road has its appealing qualities, and it has blown up in popularity in recent years. Long gone is the stigma of “living in a van down by the river.” Ironically, that’s actually the fantasy for some people now.
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Greek visual designer Charis Tsevis is well known for his intricate digital mosaics.
On October 1, three new statues went up in New York City’s Union Square.
Australian artist Sally Blake contemplates the intimate connections between humans and the natural world. Working in a wide range of mediums—including textiles, drawing, and sculpture—she calls her practice a “visualization of the natural laws and patterning that hold people in right relationship with Earth, as well as the consequences of these unravelings.” Some of her most striking pieces are those that she crafts from thin twines of copper wire.
Senior year of high school is one that many people never forget.
The rise of widespread industrialization in Europe during the middle of the 18th and the beginning of the early 19th...
When was the last time you actually had a look at the change in your wallet? Unless you’re an avid coin collector, it was probably too long ago to even remember. But a new series of quarters might just give you a reason to pay closer attention. In 2022, the American Women Quarters Program—a four-year initiative set out by the United States Mint—will begin issuing quarters featuring the likenesses of inspiring American women.
Master fruit carver Daniele Barresi is known for his award-winning food sculptures.
On the West End of London, a dense leafy jungle engulfs the exterior of Annabel’s, a private member’s club whose world-famous...
Embed from Getty Images Ruthie Tompson, an animator and certified Disney Legend, had one of the longest histories at The Walt Disney Company, even working directly with Walt and Roy O. Disney in the animation studio’s earliest days. Officially starting her career as a painter in the company’s Ink & Paint Department, she later went on to fulfill other important roles in scene planning, final check, and the camera department.
The wonders of the night sky are mesmerizing to behold.
In a new short film by Wired, director Louie Schwartzberg gives a behind-the-scenes look into the painstaking 15-year filming process...