Designers bring their visions to taxi interiors and completely change the experience of riding in a cab.
Happy 95th birthday performer Carol Channing.
Absurdity and loneliness embrace each other in David Beck’s diminutive, meticulously detailed dioramas.
Ukrainian activists in the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk on Friday night toppled a statue of controversial Bolshevik leader Grigory Petrovsky, implicated in a famine that killed millions in the 1930s, city hall said. Several young men...Show More Summary
Gina Kamentsky's "Tracheal Shave" turns repurposed film into an experimental animation.
Born on this day in 58 BC Livia, Empress consort of the Roman Empire and, eventually, goddess.
Japanese tech cult Aujik makes street art that doesn’t leave a trace.
Every blog starts with a dream. A dream of expressing yourself and getting your message heard. A dream of gaining recognition. A dream of standing proud. But the sad reality is, most new bloggers fail. Depressing, isn’t it? So many hopes dashed. Show More Summary
Davy Evans and Jason Drew use analog and digital effects for UK electronic artist Tourist’s new music video.
Mickey and Minnie were three-foot-tall mice with circles for ears living in a human world. As long as the animation style was abstract enough, the absurdity of that idea worked. But as Disney animation became more realistic, it became more and more untenable. Show More Summary
On this day in 1781 Mozart’s Idomeneo premiered in Munich.
There is a wordy, massive disclaimer at the beginning of director Terence Nance’s recent short film, “Swimming in Your Skin Again.”
Mathematician and artist Henry Segerman makes time fold in on itself in a spherical droste video.
Digital objects become musical instruments in 'geophone' from New York-based animator and VFX artist Georgios Cherouvim.
Who needs TV when you have 19th century automatons?
In a 2011 commercial for his fragrance "Someday," Justin Bieber — then just 17-years-old — flies across sun-streaked heavens, a recently spritzed blond beauty in his arms.
Step into the mind of a machine in VOID's newest 3D dome mapping performance piece, 'Bio-Inspire.'
Los Angeles had been a place for an emergence of thinking about the relationship of illness to capitalism, white supremacy, and patriarchy, so it was a good thing that I was there. Johanna Hedva had given a talk about something called Sick Woman Theory not too long before I came to LA. In an October, […]
Five dancers who started their careers in the 1940s redefined dance in the United States, becoming some of the first American prima ballerinas in the world's top companies, from the Ballets Russes to the Paris Opera Ballet.
What happens when “long distance” means going digital?