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Long-Limbed Mythical Characters Carved from Hawthorn Wood by Tach Pollard

Long-Limbed Mythical Characters Carved from Hawthorn Wood by Tach Pollard

Sculptor Tach Pollard (previously) works with sustainably sourced hawthorn wood to form lustrous sculptures of mythological figures. After carving the wood, the UK-based artist finishes it with blow
Forgotten Household Objects Cloaked in Cross-Stitch by Ulla Stina-Wikander

Forgotten Household Objects Cloaked in Cross-Stitch by Ulla Stina-Wikander

Sweden-based artist Ulla Stina-Wikander (previously) continues her signature cross-stitched interventions on domestic objects. Items traditionally associated with women’s housekeeping, like electric
Eye-Opening Entries From the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest

Eye-Opening Entries From the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest

National Geographic’s 2019 Travel Photo Contest has been running since March 18, and will continue to accept submissions until May 3, 2019 at noon Eastern Standard Time. Each week, the publication has
FILTRATE: A Futurist Guerrilla-Style Short Film Shot on an iPhone in Montreal’s Subways

FILTRATE: A Futurist Guerrilla-Style Short Film Shot on an iPhone in Montreal’s Subways

A new short film titled FILTRATE imagines a future completely saturated with technology, where post-human figures interact using rune-like symbols on immersive social media platforms. The film,
Collected Rainwater Powers the World’s Tallest Indoor Waterfall at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport

Collected Rainwater Powers the World’s Tallest Indoor Waterfall at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport

A seven-story waterfall designed by Safdie Architects has become the shining focal point of Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport. The 130-foot “Rain Vortex” is supplied by collected rainwater, and flows
Dreamlike Narratives of Solitary Figures Lost in Thought

Dreamlike Narratives of Solitary Figures Lost in Thought

Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Hem paints stylized scenes of solitary figures caught in moments of motion, introspection, and reverence. While integrated into their surroundings through carefully
Winter Is Coming: A Photographic Tribute to ‘Game of Thrones’ by Kilian Schönberger

Winter Is Coming: A Photographic Tribute to ‘Game of Thrones’ by Kilian Schönberger

In honor of the final season of Games of Thrones, German photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously) has translated his ethereal photography of central Europe’s icy landscapes, mystical castles, and
Muralist Kitt Bennett Paints Pavement With Sprawling Giants

Muralist Kitt Bennett Paints Pavement With Sprawling Giants

From parking lots to skate parks, Melbourne-based artist Kitt Bennett paints large illustrative murals on an unconventional surface: the ground. The almost literal “street” art is best seen from a
Confused Cats and Bewildered Bears Formed From Needle Felted Wool by Lindsey Thomas

Confused Cats and Bewildered Bears Formed From Needle Felted Wool by Lindsey Thomas

Charmingly bewildered animals are the subject of choice for UK artist Lindsey Thomas. The London-based artist carefully felts wool to shape pudgy animals with plaintive expressions that belie their
Curiosity and Isolation Take Center Stage in Karen Jerzyk’s Lonely Astronaut Series

Curiosity and Isolation Take Center Stage in Karen Jerzyk’s Lonely Astronaut Series

Photographer Karen Jerzyk explores themes of loneliness and isolation through her ongoing series, The Lonely Astronaut. Sparked by her purchase of an authentic vintage high-altitude space suit in
Buggin’ Out: New DIY Insect Stamp Kits

Buggin’ Out: New DIY Insect Stamp Kits

Sorry to bug you, but we wanted to let you know about these just-released stamp kits from Princeton Architectural Press. Each kit contains ink pads and 25 stamps, ranging from wings and limbs to
Adrian Morris at Galerie Neu

Adrian Morris at Galerie Neu

Artist: Adrian Morris Venue: Galerie Neu, Berlin Exhibition Title: Adrian Morris, works 1956 – 2004 Curated By: Tenzing Barshee Date: March 15 – April 13, 2019 Click here to view slideshow Full
A 3D-Printed Press Brings Printmaking to the People

A 3D-Printed Press Brings Printmaking to the People

Last year, Martin Schneider rolled out the Open Press Project, which provided printing plans for the world’s first fully functional 3D-printed printmaking press, and was downloaded by more than 12,000
A Group of Powerful Telescopes Captures the First-Ever Image of a Black Hole

A Group of Powerful Telescopes Captures the First-Ever Image of a Black Hole

The first-ever recorded image of a black hole has just been released—and it doesn’t look like you might think. Though one might guess that a picture of a black hole would be not much to look at, the
“Destination” at Les Bains-Douches

“Destination” at Les Bains-Douches

Artists: Ludovic Beillard, Grichka Commaret, Bastien Cosson, Mathilde Ganancia, Benoît Maire Venue: Les Bains-Douches, Alençon Exhibition Title: Destination Curated By: Palette Terre Date: March 16 –
Hyperrealist Rorschach “Paint” Blots Rendered in Colored Pencil by Cj Hendry

Hyperrealist Rorschach “Paint” Blots Rendered in Colored Pencil by Cj Hendry

Artist Cj Hendry (previously) rocketed to fame in 2017 with her unbelievably realistic colored pencil drawings of daubs of paint. For her upcoming solo show, which opens on April 10 in Brooklyn, the
Build Your Own Robotic Cat with An Open Source Kit by Petoi

Build Your Own Robotic Cat with An Open Source Kit by Petoi

Try your hand at robotics with Nybble, a programmable cat that walks, bats its paws, and even regains its balance after a jump from a tall surface. The cat is the brainchild of RongzhongLi of Petoi,
Elaborate Historical Wigs Formed From Copper Wire by Bespoke Sculptor Yasemen Hussein

Elaborate Historical Wigs Formed From Copper Wire by Bespoke Sculptor Yasemen Hussein

Mixed media bespoke sculptor Yasemen Hussein explains that her art career was originally pointed in the direction of glass, but she found her passion for metalwork while working toward an MFA at
Black Bodies Painted and Photographed Like the Cosmos by Mikael Owunna

Black Bodies Painted and Photographed Like the Cosmos by Mikael Owunna

Mikael Chukwuma Owunna, a queer Nigerian-Swedish artist raised in Pittsburgh, has spent the past two and a half years photographing Black men and women for a series titled Infinite Essence.
Dysfunctional Household Objects and Fabricated Flowers Cleverly Created by PUTPUT

Dysfunctional Household Objects and Fabricated Flowers Cleverly Created by PUTPUT

Copenhagen-based studio PUTPUT (previously) creates visual puns and quirky tools in their juxtaposition-filled photographs. From salami sunglasses to a chair made of flaming birthday candles, PUTPUT