Classic art meets Gotham City on the Starry Knight T-Shirt, proving one thing – everything is better with Batman. Vincent van Gogh painted The Starry Night in 1889, long before things like the Bat Signal existed, but if he were to paint his masterpiece today, while looking over the night sky of Gotham City, this […]
Greenish phytoplankton swirls in the dark water surrounding Sweden's Gotland Island in the Baltic Sea, evoking the look of Vincent van Gogh's famous painting "Starry Night." This masterpiece was acquired by the Landsat 7 satellite in 2005, and ranks as one of the top five images …
I went on a trip to Paris last week where I noticed a number of tourists wearing various technological devices to take photos or track data on themselves. It's really awkward to stand in front of Van Gogh's Starry Night while the security...Show More Summary
There's a reason Van Gogh painted "The Starry Night" — a twinkling sky is arguably one of the most stunning sights the Universe can offer. Photographers are finding other ways to pay homage the night sky's beauty quite like Van Gogh did. Show More Summary
Design Decoded: How the Coffee Cup Sleeve Was Invented The seemingly simple coffee cup sleeve represents the genius of design. Housed in the same building as Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans” is a simple paper coffee cup sleeve. It can be found not in the café at New [...] Life Without Buildings
Props to Reddit user qwertymodo, who made cheesecake swirled brownies in the design of van Gogh's famous painting. Reddit commenters, of course, freaked out: The best posts include, "Wow, I wanna make pot brownies out of these," "You...Show More Summary
I minored in Art History during college, so I like to think I know a thing or two about Van Gogh. But in reality, my knowledge pretty much start and ends with The Starry Night. And while I probably couldn't rattle you off all the fancy pants interpretations of his work, I know for darn…
First, there was Leonardo the Musical, a mostly fictional production about Leonardo da Vinci and the Mona Lisa. Then there was the three-hour-long Starry Nights, about, yes, Vincent van Gogh. Next came Pop!, a piece of "canned camp,"...Show More Summary
Many fans really love the Doctor Who episode Vincent and The Doctor. People love a good historical story anyway and the episode was neat. It had the Doctor and Vincent van Gogh…
Tumblr user eikosi posted a great animated GIF of the process of cross-stitching Van Gogh's Starry Starry Night onto an iPhone case. Read the full article on MAKE
Starry Night Socks Do your socks give the right impression about you? Express your artistic side with the Starry Night Socks from the NeatoShop. This beautiful pair socks is perfect for those who are crazy about Vincent van Gogh. Be sure to check out the NeatoShop for more great Footwear. Link
Art can be craft and it can also be a great source of crafty inspiration. Missmelmarie has been so inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night that she got this beautiful representation tattooed on her shoulder! But she isn’t the only one; thepunkyduckling also had Starry night tattooed on her calves! Do you have a [...]
“Grumpy Cat Is Still Grumpy” Grumpy Cat Is Still Grumpy is a painting by New York-based Aja of Tard the Grumpy Cat which is fashioned after Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Signed art prints and pillow covers of the paintingare available to purchase at her Etsy shop. Tard the Grumpy Cat meets Starry Night. Can’t [...]
Is it a wondrous, starry night? No. Grumpy Cat is unimpressed with this painting by Aja, an artist in Schenectady, New York. Link and Artist's Website -via Ian Brooks
Whether it's a giant print of van Gogh's "Starry Night" or a limited-edition map of Manhattan circa 1802, some of your most treasured wall decorations may not fit into a standard frame. No longer, we say! It's high time to proudly display your misfit art.
Animator Petros Vrellis created an animated version of Van Gogh's Starry Night that brings the famous artwork to life in shockingly gorgeous fashion.
There are those works we see all too often – Van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” all those Monet water lilies – and others that we never see at all, and may never be able to. “The Impossible Museum: The Best Art You’ll Never See” is about the latter, featuring works that have "disappeared, been...
"It often seems to me that the night is much more alive and richly colored than the day," Vincent van Gogh once said about his interest in painting night scenes, which led him to create his most famous work of art, Starry Night, a year...Show More Summary
NEW YORK—The hallways of the Museum of Modern Art have always been packed with visitors looking to catch a glimpse at some of the most famous artwork in the world. Van Gogh’s “Starry Nights” is on display here, as are Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans” and Monet’s “Water Lilies”—three celebrated images that have been replicated [...]
The Museum of Modern Art recently announced that it would be adding 14 video games to its permanent collection with more to follow. Now Pac-Man and Tetris will stand boldly alongside Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans.