Oh, how we love Gray Malin's ability to transport us to far away destinations like Sydney, Lisbon, Rio and even Marfa. After swooning over his À la Plage, À la Piscine
Paint digitally splashed across old portraitures . . . honestly wacky but at the same time, wonderfully amusing. Bravo, Thomas Robson!
These lyrical neon sign sculptures, by London and Berlin-based artist Olivia Steele, really tug at my heart strings . . . in the most gratifying way, of course.
In collaboration with the Duomo and Opera d’Arte in Milan, international art collective Cracking Art Group created and placed 50 blue snail sculptures on the cathedral's roof to call attention to much-needed repairs and restoration.
Multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann is inspired by the way light refects her medium, which in this case is light and airy organza. This ethereal jellyfish aquarium, titled Underwater Flight, is
If vintage maps are your thing, then you'll dig British artist Elisabeth Lecourt's Les Robes Géographiques series. Folded from old maps of San Francisco, Dublin, Conneticut, Jerusalem, Los Angeles, London, and New York, these small-
After thrifting a Blue Boy painting for $3, I soon discovered that it was actually a paint by number piece! This techinique began in 1950 when Max Klein, of the Palmer Paint Company, got together with artist Dan Robbins to make "everyman a
Alberto Seveso's spellbinding ink and water photographs never cease to amaze me. In his fourth series he's injected metallic gold ink into billows of colored ink, creating a stunning marbling effect. Honestly, hypnotizing and brilliant.