Are you a fan of horror flicks? If so, then a red balloon probably means something sinister to you. Its presence can only promise that Pennywise the Dancing Clown from Stephen King’s It is nearby. To commemorate the terrifying antagonist—and the film’s sequel It Chapter 2—online purveyor Firebox is selling a novelty lamp shaped like a red balloon.
Vince Rozmiarek is the king of puns.
Tattoo artist Esther Garcia adds an ornamental touch to her clients’ arms and legs.
Drawing our furry friends is a natural way to celebrate their fluffiness and beauty. Cat drawing is a popular means of depicting adorable kitties, but we can’t forget about our favorite pups. Learning how to draw a dog is both fun and will challenge your talents. And once you’ve mastered the art of sketching one canine, you can depict all kinds of breeds. Who knows—sketching other people’s pets could even turn into your side hustle!
Myanmar-based photographer Zay Yar Lin looks to the fundamentals of art as a way to capture compelling portraits of the...
With Labor Day now past, another Burning Man has concluded.
Artist Ania Amador transformed an ordinary swimming pool into a stellar basin that is out of this world. Created as a commission, the outer space scene is painted in the base of the sprawling pool and adjacent jacuzzi. The resulting artwork is both massive in scale and impressive in its attention to detail. The composition features an astronaut, asteroids, and faraway planets surrounding a colorful swirl; it makes going underwater an extraordinary experience.
Over the past years, we’ve seen contemporary embroidery explode in popularity.
For many of us, Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. The public pools are closing for the season and the school year is in full swing. But just because August has ended doesn’t mean the savings have to! My Modern Met Store is offering 15% off your entire order of unique gifts when you use the code HELLOFALL15 at checkout until September 9 at 11:59 PM PDT.
As technology continues to rapidly advance, the state of our privacy is a concern.
When Lee Hadwin is awake, he identifies as someone with no artistic talent.