In 2011, Swiss artist Urs Fischer set the art world on fire—literally—with his melting wax figures installation at the Venice Biennale. Now, his melting sculptures are on view once more—this time at the Bourse de Commerce. This new Parisian museum is the latest venture by the Pinault Collection, which handles the art collection of French businessman François Pinault.
Portraits not only capture the personality of the sitter, but also the character of the era in which they were...
Since 1993, the village of Inakadate in northern Japan has been revitalizing its culture through amazing rice paddy art, or...
Dutch artist Suzan Drummen has always found herself utterly enchanted by things that glisten and sparkle. From the colored silver foil carefully removed from a chocolate egg to the smooth, gleaming outer shell of a chestnut. This fascination, nurtured since childhood, has now made its way into her artwork. Since 2002, Drummen has been creating dazzling art installations with her growing collection of shiny objects.
Australian artist and industrial designer Joel Adler centers his work around the experience of the viewer.
Mexico joins the long list of countries gripped in a post-colonial reckoning with problematic historical figures as its capital city...
For those that don’t know the Xenomorph, it’s a villainous extraterrestrial species that appears in the Alien film franchise. The gruesome species also reappeared in James Cameron’s 1986 Aliens film, and is still one of the most iconic sci-fi monsters of all time. To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the movie, California-based designer toy studio Sideshow Collectibles created an “Alien King” maquette.
Crafting can be an incredibly fun and relaxing way to spend your free time.
Everyone loves to receive a bouquet of fresh flowers, but how often do we pay attention to their finer details?
Learning how to draw isn't a straight line. While practice and studying can definitely help you improve your skills, sometimes you need a little bit of extra help. Reference tools can demystify difficult subjects like human anatomy and perspective so that you can stop struggling and start creating. We've put together a list of seven different devices that you can add to your toolkit right now.
The ocean is a muse for many water-loving artists. The challenge, however, is in capturing its movement.
Although Japan has many symbols of luck and good fortune, the Daruma doll is undoubtedly a favorite.