Artist and animator Liz Climo knows how to make us smile. For the better part of a decade, we’ve fawned over her sweet comics that revolve around the gentle world of animal friends. Together, this crew—which includes a bear, snake, sloth, pig, and rabbit—shows the meaning of love and companionship as they support each other through the good and not-so-good things that come their way.
In a bid to simply spread some joy, Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam creates an ongoing comic series called Buddy...
Sometimes we can all use a little reassurance that things are going to be okay.
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we’ve had to adjust to living in the “new normal.” From our social lives to our working conditions, many of us have had to make changes in pretty much all areas of our lives.
The world is mourning the untimely passing of actor Chadwick Boseman.
From Disney’s depiction of Mulan to Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke, female warriors in animated films are undoubtedly legendary—but a rarity.
An Australian artist known as Scadam (or mandal0re on Reddit) reimagines famous characters from the Star Wars universe in the form of historical-style digital paintings. It all started with a picture of actor Samuel L. Jackson in a dress… In Scadam’s retelling, Jackson, who played Mace Windu in the film The Phantom Menace, wields a lightsaber while wearing a frilly gown and large bonnet on his head.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted many parts of our daily lives, including our mental health.
The creators behind Atelier des Lumieres, Massimiliano Siccardi with Luca Longobardi, are opening their Immersive Van Gogh installation in Toronto...
The Van Gogh Museum touts the largest collection of artworks from Vincent van Gogh and it has now increased its already sizable virtual footprint with a seven-part video series taking the viewer on a private tour of parts of the museum’s collection. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity helps you connect to Van Gogh’s artwork in a reverent setting accompanied by a rich musical score.
Do you know a celebrity's face well enough to draw it?
Studio Ghibli has stepped up during the coronavirus pandemic by providing accessible and whimsical resources for people around the world.