No author has captivated quite like Dr. Seuss. Full of fanciful illustrations, nonsensical words, and catchy rhymes, his children’s books are among the world’s most celebrated. With such an engaging approach to storytelling, it’s not unusual for readers to want to dive right into his whimsical worlds—and now, thanks to a new exhibit, they finally can. The Dr.
Nearly 300 trees, some weighing up to six tons, have transformed a soccer stadium in Austria into a monumental art...
As members of the Japanese artist collective 目 (pronounced Mé, meaning “eye”)
With Labor Day now past, another Burning Man has concluded. Black Rock City, the temporary site of the annual event in the northwest Nevada desert, was host to 70,000 participants from August 25 to September 2. Burning Man has a new theme every year, and for 2019 it was Metamorphoses—an idea intended as a “celebration of change and an exploration of uncertainty” and an “embrace of the elusive now.
Labor Day weekend is approaching and that can mean only one thing—Burning Man is here.
Danish recycling artist Thomas Dambo is known for his incredible outdoor sculptures that depict huge, mythical trolls.
Known for its immersive, technology-driven installations, Japanese art and tech studio teamLab’s newest installation transforms old bath house ruins with projected, nature-inspired artwork. The beautiful Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins piece is part of a larger nighttime exhibition titled A Forest Where Gods Live, that sprawls across the 500,000-square-meter Mifuneyama Rakuen Park on the Japanese island of Kyushu.
Artist Jen Stark creates sculptures and paintings that delight the eyes with their visual effects.
With his hypnotic room installations, renowned Austrian artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary spaces and molds architecture into surreal environments for...
The U.S.-Mexico border wall is topic of near-constant conversation in the news today, particularly how it divides people of the two countries. But thanks to two professors in California, the wall has become a brief way to unify those on both sides of it.
Floral designer Lewis Miller arranges beautiful blooms in the most unexpected places in New York City.
From now until August 20, 2019, the city of Bordeaux is hosting Liberté!