[Watch Video]Archaeologist Jerry Spangler brought senior correspondent Jeffrey Brown Brown into Utah’s Nine Mile Canyon for a firsthand look at the ancient ruins. As a budding archaeologist in 1989, Jerry Spangler was amazed by whatShow More Summary
Nothing quite says "fuck you" to copyright like a Mickey Mouse–meets–Richard Prince T-shirt.
A look at some of the highlights from the V&A's London Design Festival programme, including graphic mosaics, nightmarish 3D sculptures and a mesmerising experiment with light...
In 2012, a rare copy of the 1970 New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual was discovered in the basement of Pentagram's New York office – and, page by page, the whole thing was documented online at thestandardsmanual.com. Now, it is to be republished as a book – which you can pledge to buy via a Kickstarter page set up to raise funding for its production...
[caption id="attachment_68796" align="aligncenter" width="613"] An artist's view of M60-UCD1 black hole. Via: NASA, ESA, STScI-RCC14-41a[/caption] This artist rendering of a black hole in a dwarf galaxy is amazing. [NASA Instagram via:...Show More Summary
Refuge, the UK domestic violence charity, yesterday ran a clever stunt campaign during an episode of ITV daytime chat show Loose Women...
On this day in 14 AD, Tiberius was confirmed as Roman Emperor by the Roman Senate, following the death of Augustus.
The difference between writing a joke and writing a story is the same as the difference between creating a product… Read more… You're reading What’s the story with your product?, a post from the Intercom Blog. Intercom is the easiest way to see and talk to your users. Show More Summary
In the run up to Scotland's referendum both the 'Yes' and 'No' campaigns have unleashed a groundswell of support that has seen posters, signs and graphics taking over the country in an act of political engagement not seen for some years. With voting finally taking place tomorrow, we look at the significance of the visual imagery that has represented the two campaigns...
Cao Fei finds inspiration in film noir, Mary Reid Kelley continues to explore the Minotaur, Do-Ho Suh to sign books in Austin, and more in this week's roundup of ART21-featured artists.
The Folio Society has released a new version of Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, which features a newly commissioned introduction by Irvine Welsh and some exquisite illustrations by Ben Jones...
Last Friday afternoon, nearly 100 students rallied at Columbia University to protest the school's policy on sexual assault. They held signs, wore red tape over their mouths, and brought mattresses — almost a dozen, some of which had messages written on them in red tape.
What You'll Be Creating Booklets are an extremely versatile print design thanks to their size, format and ease of use. You've more than likely run across booklets when skimming through a playbill at your local theater or a retail catalog in the mail. Show More Summary
On this day in 1964, the sitcom Bewitched premiered on ABC television.
What was that high pitched chirping and flash of iridescent green that just whizzed past at lightning speed? You just got buzzed by a hummingbird! The fall migration is passing through Houston, and these feisty little birds seem to be … Continue reading ?
Artists Sam Durant, Anselm Kiefer, Nick Cave, Cindy Sherman, and more in this week's roundup from the Walker.
[Watch Video]Pat Brentano cuts paper silhouettes of birds and trees to remind people to respect the environment. Video by Eric Schultz and Joe Conlon for State of the Arts NJ, a co-production of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts...Show More Summary
OPENING is a beautifully immersive audio visual recording.
After viewing Stefan Herheim’s production of Rusalka, I’ve got a new category: "regie slick."