There are many differences between China and Western cultures, from overall lifestyle to individual demeanor. The comic artist Tiny Eyes, aka Siyu, is chronicling them in her ongoing series of sequential art that highlights some of the things that she, as someone born and raised in Beijing, has experienced when communicating with people in the United States, France, and England.
Brighton-based photographer Joseph Ford collaborated with knitwear designer Nina Dodd (aka The Duke of Woollington)
Italian digital artist Simone “Simz” Ferriero met and fell in love with his Toronto-based girlfriend Krisi online.
Many avant-garde art movements compose the canon of contemporary art. As the successor of modern art, the contemporary genre includes art produced today and dates back to a single, iconic movement: Pop Art. While Pop Art began in the 1950s and was popularized in the 1960s, several iconic artists today continue to keep it alive through their exciting and widely beloved works.
In his newest project, French artist David Mesguich struggles to reconcile his past as a graffiti writer with his current...
In the age of social media, how we interact with art is constantly being redefined for our increasingly connected world.
The best contemporary artists are able to see entirely different worlds around them while their feet are firmly planted on Earth. Beyond merely seeing it for themselves, they’re able to realize their vision for us all to marvel at, giving us a glimpse into their creative minds.
For an upcoming exhibition at Palo Alto Art Center, self-taught miniaturist Joshua Smith has once again created a scale model that...
As the primary pioneer of Impressionism and a Modern Art master, Claude Monet is known for his distinctive style and iconic oeuvre.
His is the story of a road less traveled, of an artist who only found his voice and discovered his calling later in life. For British land artist Richard Shilling, the road toward becoming a well-known exponent of this ephemeral art form was unexpected and winding.
Philadelphia-based textile artist Holly Guertin (aka Ernie and Irene) creates three-dimensional, felted animal wall hangings.