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 le…
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.
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?
Philadelphia based artist, Drew Leshko builds miniatures that preserve the past while prompting thoughtful examinations of urban transitions.
Oil paintings from the days of our forefathers never looked like this. But if there was some Colonial Fight Club action taking place, chances are, it went down like this.
We’ve fallen for Danielle Clough’s embroidered rackets. It’s fun to see fiber art projects like this one finding an audience.
In the spaces where literary meets art, Su Blackwell transforms words from the page to tangible manifestations of imagination.
Our Alphabetical Art Series continues with the letter B for the self-taught artist Boy Kong.
Andrea Heimer is the first artist featured in our month long series, 'Alphabetical Art'.
I’ve been a fan since my first stumble into the messed up world of artist Kristen M. Liu. Liu makes you feel like you’re harboring a morbid sense of humor gone bad — her scenes are oddly funny, detail…
HAHA MAG is proud to be hosting interviews with inspirational artists around the world starting with this insightful interview with Artist Aleah Chapin courtesy of art blog, The Kind Artist.
Today Kandinksy's 148th birthday is being celebrated as a Google Doodle. It reminds us of our old HAHA MAG Kandinksy audio tour, when we tried to make your Russian art experience a little more interes…