Nearly 20 years after the debut of Cloud Gate, colloquially referred to as “The Bean,” in Chicago, British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor has unveiled its twin in New York City. The new reflective sculpture is smaller than its predecessor, and tucked into a corner of the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, underneath a condo called Jenga.
Artist Kim Simonsson creates Moss People.
Instead of relying on a brush and paint, James Cook creates art through the power of language.
A reliable pencil is a must-have tool for every creative. While some artists prefer the look and feel of traditional wooden pencils, others prefer the more consistent and controlled marks of mechanical pencils. Refillable and made from plastic or metal, these utensils are ideal for those who prefer long-lasting tools. If you're new to the world of mechanical pencils, there are a few things to know before you delve in.
Costumes allow us to shed who we are and transform into someone or something else—if only for a little while.
Rising from the sands of California's Mojave desert, a woman's face and hand cut a striking figure.
Oftentimes, animated films give off the impression of perfect, idealized worlds. Stefan Thelen, aka Super A, uses his art to pull the veil off of these fantasies and give a glimpse of reality. He “unwraps” iconic cartoon characters and reveals what is hidden beneath. The ongoing series, titled Trapped, features acrylic renderings of Disney and Studio Ghibli worlds, with a peek at what these subjects would look like in real life.
If you’re a creative person, there are few better feelings than trying new art supplies.
A cultural landmark of France and a world-renowned institution, no trip to Paris is complete without a visit to the...
Spain-based artist David de la Mano captures the strife of human conflict in his latest work of art. Titled Under the Skin, this large-scale wooden sculpture was installed at the European Parliament for a collective exhibition on human rights. It features a silhouette of a woman's head containing numerous scenes of conflict painted inside. De la Mano uses his background in sculpture and public art to convey many narratives in a single piece.
Renowned for both its experimental nature and ethereal aesthetic, resin is proving particularly popular among today's top creatives.
While some use sketchbooks as a way to jot down quick ideas on the go, others like Mattias Adolfsson create...