My Modern Met was formed in May 2008 to create one big city that celebrates creativity. Over the last eleven years, we’ve set out to become a champion for creatives all around the world by featuring their work and proudly providing a platform for them to shine and grow.
Specializing in large-scale murals, Maryland-based artist Michael Rosato has crafted countless powerful works of public art.
Nearly 300 trees, some weighing up to six tons, have transformed a soccer stadium in Austria into a monumental art...
Most of us take flowers, fruit, and other natural objects at face value, but imaginative Spanish artist Jesuso Ortiz uses them to create art. He combines various found objects with his drawings to create playful, three-dimensional illustrations that give everyday items new meaning. Ortiz has been creating his illustration mashups for years, but there’s no sign of him running out of ideas.
As we move into the Fall season, art lovers in New York are getting ready for the Affordable Art Fair...
Artist Debra Bernier scours the natural settings around her home to cultivate her artistic practice.
For centuries, the fresco has served as an important method of mural-making. While these plaster paintings have existed since ancient times, modern artists have continued to reimagine the craft, with Mexican painter Diego Rivera at the forefront. Equally famous for his revolutionary paintings and tumultuous personal life, Rivera remains one of modern art‘s most well-known figures.
Poetically translated to “golden joinery,” Kintsugi, or Kintsukuroi, is the centuries-old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery.
As members of the Japanese artist collective 目 (pronounced Mé, meaning “eye”)
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!
Portuguese graffiti artist Vile wields his spray cans like a laser cutter, expertly “carving” his name into concrete and stone.
With Labor Day now past, another Burning Man has concluded.