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This week’s issue of FELT Zine features creepy-cute conceptual artworks by the trio known as TOTOYUYUMOMO.
Sigrid Sarda is a painter turned wax sculptor whose realistic human figure express her anxiety about the world.
Italian sculptors Antonello Serra and Sara Renzetti breathe life into visions of humanity you dare not dream.
Influenced by artists like Modigliani and Leger, Remed creates vibrant, large-scale street art.
In Thatcher-era Britain, Joanna Quin decided film needed more male strippers and female protagonists. The result was 'Girls Night Out.'
By constructing an art center in one of the most disenfranchised parts of the world, activists want to ensure that the intellectual and financial benefits of art accumulate there, instead of places like New York and Berlin.
Spanish muralist Okuda San Miguel and Kenny Scharf brought their signature panache to Denver's new weed church.
Cristina Tufiño makes whimsical, tropical-hued clay bits.
Illustrations of miniature couples struggle to read each other's mind and heart.
Greg Dunn’s light-reflecting paintings make science visually stunning.
HBO is co hosting a 'Veep'-themed art show in Los Angeles at Gallery 1988.
The Broad’s latest exhibition, ‘Oracle,’ illustrates what happens when the global village gets pillaged.
The "reverse climate change machine" is an honorable mention up in the Evolo Skyscraper Design Competition.
Remember to march for climate change reform this weekend.
In this short animation, when a boy is marooned on a desert island full of animals, he's terrified—but maybe it's the animals that should be terrified.
Hyperrealist sculptor Peter Anton has created sculptures of cherry pie, confetti cake, ice cream sundae, and a chocolate bunny, amongst other sugary treats, then smashed them.
Underground and graffiti artists are swarming the nation with an immersive show that blurs the lines between dystopian fantasy and the cold, hard reality of daily life in America.
Featuring new enamel pins from Gilbert Martinez, Morgan Burton, Duffy Pin Co, Citrus Sharp, and Strike Gently Co.
With a fine blade, Nina Pearse creates freeform motifs from Mother Nature.
Distilled photographic compositions create a mysterious, enigmatic feel in Art&Graft?'s animated short. ?