Over half a century after they released their final album, The Beatles continue to earn accolades. At the 2024 Grammy Awards, the Fab Four picked up the trophy for Best Music Video, for the song “I'm Only Sleeping.” To mark the release of the remastered version of their daring 1966 album Revolver, visual artist Em Cooper was commissioned to create a video for this track.
Artist’s Masterful Use of White Paint Brilliantly Captures Animals Emerging From Shadows in Low Light
The intricacies of an animal's face, body, and coat make it the perfect challenge for hyperrealistic artists.
Sculptor Jordan Sprigg‘s animal creations look like they come directly out of the pages of a steampunk novel.
A new exhibition at London's Tate Modern celebrates Yoko Ono's trailblazing work as a conceptual and performance artist. YOKO ONO: MUSIC OF THE MIND is the largest exhibit in the UK to examine her work by celebrating key moments in her career. Over 200 works by Ono are on display, including participatory pieces, films, installations, music, and photography.
At first glance, it would be easy to mistake Lee Wagstaff’s work for abstract, geometric paintings.
By its very nature, street art is ephemeral.
If you’re creating amazing art but struggling to gain exposure, art contests are a great opportunity for publicity. And if you’re living the infamous “starving artist” lifestyle, this is also a way to pull yourself out of a rough spot by potentially winning cash prizes, allowing you to gain an extra financial boost towards your dream creative projects.
The sculptures that Hossein Behzadi creates are angelic—literally.
British sculptor Debbie Lawson brings her incredible work to New York with a solo exhibition at Sargent's Daughters.
Artist Goga Tandashvili mesmerizes us with his contemporary relief sculpture. He takes this traditional art form, which has been used since antiquity, and breathes modern life into it. And in doing so, he brings contemporary elegance to the interiors that display his work. Looking at his finished pieces is spectacular, but it's really the in-process videos that he often publishes that show the real magic in his sculpture.
The artwork that you are looking at was not sketched meticulously by pen and ink.
At first glance, Philip Govedare‘s art looks like your typical aerial landscape photograph.