We can learn so much about an artist’s practice from their studio space. These places are the site of creative magic; and sometimes, they even show up in the work itself. Jackson Pollock, for instance, had bits of his studio—including cigarette butts and nails—embedded within his paintings. Illustrator Max Dalton captures these exciting and transformative spaces in his series of paintings featuring artists in their studios.
German visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker Alexandra Lier merges the analog and digital aspects of her craft to transmit the...
Artist Dina Brodsky discovered her passion for painting when she was 18 years old.
New York-based artist Anya Anti uses her conceptual photography practice to explore new ideas and illuminate different issues. Her newest project, 2.5 Seconds, raises awareness about climate change through allegorical figures, surreal symbolism, and eye-catching backdrops. You might be wondering what 2.5 seconds has to do with climate change. “I used ‘2.
Like many people, photographer Nicolas Bruno is enthralled by tarot cards.
Ledger art emerged in the mid-1800s as a way for Native American people of the Great Plains to preserve their...
Stunning Photos Highlight the Solitude and Peculiar Beauty of Ghost Towns Around the World [Interview]
Self-taught photographer James Kerwin spends his time behind the lens capturing stunning images of abandoned spaces and neglected relics and ruins. Hailing from Norwich in the UK, he has since left his home to travel the world, capturing some of the most remote, unique, and beautiful locations that this planet has to offer.
Painting masters like Cezanne and Van Gogh used distinct color palettes and expressive brushstrokes to render the landscapes around them...
Whether you’re self-conscious of your height or hate the shape of your nose, we all have hang-ups about how we...
For over 20 years, Bangladesh photographer GMB Akash has turned his lens towards the marginalized groups of people in his home country. The socially conscious photographer views his chosen field as a powerful opportunity to shine a light on the atrocities that these underserved populations deal with on a daily basis. One group that Akash documents are child laborers, and he has spent 17 years capturing their plight.
In the spring of 2020, a creative challenge began to take over the internet.
The arts truly have the power to change lives.