Thanks to another successful Kickstarter campaign, Chicago artist, Jim Bachor has gotten started on his 2016 pothole art campaign. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Bachor has been delighting art blogs since 2014 when he decided to put a… Continue Reading
We love Kristen Liu-Wong’s work. It’s always fresh and provocative – not to mention morbidly funny. Which is why we took a break from work today to surf her website in search of some new material. Continue Reading
Your Guide to all the Art Fair Madness about to descend upon New York for Armory Week 2016. Continue Reading
The Kids’ Eye is our new series where creative kids interview artists whose work they admire.
We give them tips on proper interviewing etiquette, arm them with a camera and a recorder and then we let them loose. We’re only there to observe. The questions are theirs, the interviews haven’t been rewritten to sound like anything other than the probing journalism of a tween. Continue Reading
Another Late Night Find — 3D artist David McLeod plays with motion, trippy art experiments that explore flocking behavior. Mesmerizing is how I’ll describe the state of these objects in flux crashing over his website. Continue Reading
Yeah, this is kind of a cheat. But we’re not waiting until we start the alphabet series all over again to talk about this artist. Continue Reading
We’re celebrating the new Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland exhibit at Brooklyn Museum by taking a look back at our classic Photo Essay: The Ghosts of Coney Island. Continue Reading
We start our Black History Month art series with a look at Norman Rockwell’s The Problem We All Live With…In 1963, Rockwell confronted the issue of prejudice head-on with arguably the single most important image ever done of an African-American in illustration history.
When we asked Kimberly Drew the Founder of the blog, Black Contemporary Art to write a Top 5 List with a Black History Month spin, this wasn’t what we were expecting. What she delivers is a thought-provoking, humorous interactive look at this monthly observation. Continue Reading
Matthew Grabelsky mixes the physical world with its attributes to the beast within – on the subway – chilling with their girlfriends. Typical daily commute sightings, right? Continue Reading
The following images have been culled from the nightmares of gallery owners and artists. Or at least that’s what I wanted this hilarious Tumblr to secretly be about. All this museum grade art cast in a sarcastic drama of really ugly rooms is from a fun blog, Great Art in Ugly Rooms. Another great late night find for our Insomnia series… Continue Reading
These bonsai skulls lay in the realm of creepy and beautiful as they maintain that fragile balance of life and death. Continue Reading