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Young Women Face the Camera Head-on in a Stark Photo Series

Recalling the awkwardness of yearbook photos, Eva O'Leary's new series captures junior high girls how they want to be photographed.

Stark Photos Deconstruct Gender Biases Against Girls

Recalling the awkwardness of yearbook photos, Eva O'Leary's new series captures junior high girls how they want to be photographed.

Anish Kapoor’s Brooklyn Whirlpool Is the Ultimate Summer Hangout

Soak up the sun with a side of existential dread next to Anish Kapoor’s ‘Descension.’

What Do Palm Trees, Lightning, and a Flattened Chicken Have in Common?

For starters, Berlin-based artist Julius von Bismarck spent the last few years in a South American jungle firing aluminum rockets into raging thunderstorms.

[Premiere] Graffiti Styles Get Remixed by Artificial Intelligence in This Psychedelic Music Video

In the music video for “Reshape,” New York City and Russian hip-hop artist Krussia become a canvas for neural networked graffiti visuals.

Is Throwing Seaweed Art? It Is for Andy Goldsworthy

Seaweed and colored sand go flying in a new exhibition of the land artist's photography.

Clouds of Colorful Ink Cover a Flower in Mesmerizing Macro Footage

A team of macro photography filmmakers experimented with ink in water and the result is breathtaking.

25 Years Later, The ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Reunite at Tribeca Film Festival

Mr. Blonde, White, Orange, Pink, and Quentin Tarantino talk about making the film and how audience reactions have changed since its release.

The First Latina AIGA Medal Winner Wants Us to Become Better Ancestors

Artist and designer Rebecca Méndez urges us to protect the environment and care less about nationality.

Why Fewer Panels Make a Better Comic

The look and feel of DC Comics' 'The New Frontier' gets broken down in this week's episode of Strip Panel Naked.

An In-Depth Look at Parsons' 2017 MFA Show

'Second Nature' is an impressive display of grad student work.

Inside East Berlin’s Humungous Cold War Surveillance Archive

Photographer Adrian Fish documents East Germany’s civilian surveillance program in images that are as simple as they are disturbing.

The Outfits Rachel Wore on "Friends" Get Turned into Art

Artist Am Schmidt reassembles the mini skirts, spaghetti straps, and other late-90s sartorial gems that Jennifer Anniston wore on the long-running sitcom.

These Adorable Felt Animals Are Definitely Side-Eyeing You Right Now

Oksana Pero utilizes felting, sewing, and embroidery processes to create endearing soft sculptures in the Russian countryside.

Dammit, Cows Look Beautiful in These Oil Paintings

"Most of us see this part of the food chain from distance. I work closely with the cow for an immediacy that creates an instant connection."

Kick Back and Look at 86,400 Chairs on Seatporn

French industrial designer Edouard Chambellan scoured the web for five years to bring you the finest and ugliest chairs on the web.

‘Fight Club’ and Bret Easton Ellis Meet in a Dystopian Animation

A video by Josh Shaffner takes a trip back in time when the artist was a waiter in LA.

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