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New Hieronymus Bosch Painting Discovered in Kansas City
The largest Hieronymus Bosch exhibition ever organized, set to open in two weeks in the Dutch master’s hometown in the Netherlands, will now
This Photograph of the NYC Winter Storm Looks Like an Impressionist Pain...
While walking through the Jonas Winter Storm that swept across the East Coast last week, photographer Michele Palazzo captured this incredib
A 110-Year Old Kyoto Canvas Bag Maker Looks Abroad
In 1853 Commodore Matthew Perry steamed four warships into the bay at Edo and demanded that Japan open trade with the West. In the same year
Fatal Victorian Fashion and the Allure of the Poison Garment
Opened this week at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Fashion Victims: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century explores the dan
Famous Oil Paintings Add a Modern Twist to Limited Edition Boards
Famous oil paintings cover the surface of limited edition boards in both triptych and diptych variations in Boom-art and UWL's newest collab
28 Period and Historic Rooms at the Metropolitan Museum, Ranked
28. New York Dutch Room, Bethlehem, New York, 1751
Ellie Davies Creates Forest Landscapes Illuminated with Fields of Stars ...
Ellie Davies' studio is the forest, creating magical, fairytale-like stills throughout the UK. Davies has been exploring this terrain for th
Amazing Footage of Swim through Jellyfish Lake in Palau
While visiting the island nation of Palau earlier this month, a diver shot this impressive footage while snorkeling in Jellyfish Lake, a sma
A Photographer Lovingly Captures the Unlikely Bond between His Family an...
The stories of a unique bond between a child and their pet are as timeless as they come, but rarely does the pet have wings. Such is the cas
Mapping the Mid-Century Murders and Gritty Life of New York
In the gritty, sleepless streets of mid-century New York, Weegee photographed the cars crumpled like accordions, bodies dripping blood encir
Nine Decades of the Magazine: 1985–1995 - The New Yorker
Richard Avedon’s photography was visually arousing and still within The New Yorker’s vision of itself.
Juxtapoz Magazine - Erik Johansson's Escher-Inspired Photomanipulations
We've always enjoyed Erik Johansson's surreal photo-manipulations. Here is a collection of his Escheresque "paradoxical geometry" op...
Juxtapoz Magazine - The Weird Wonderland of Tim Walker
We are huge fans of the photography work of English-born Tim Walker, who turns fashion shoots and celebrity portraits into fine art showcase
Strong Winds Carve Otherworldly Towers from Frozen Sand on the Shore of ...
While exploring the shores around St. Joseph, Michigan last week, photographer Joshua Nowicki stumbled onto a bizarre phenomenon: dozens of
Graffiti Artist 'Faust' Draws Calligraphic Messages on Snow-Covered Cars...
For the last few years NYC-based graffiti artist Faust has been putting everyone's handwriting to shame with these impromptu notes drawn on
A New Artificial Skylight System Nearly Indistinguishable from the Sun I...
In what may be one of the most ground-breaking developments in creating artificial sunlight, a group of Italian scientists recently announce
Memories Unspoken: My Grandmother’s Hidden Life | LightBox | TIME.com
Artist Zalika Azim writes of the surprise she felt upon discovering that her own grandmother, who migrated from South Carolina to New York,