God bless America. More »
God bless America. More »
When it comes to the battle of multibillion-dollar corporations vs. independent creators, the corporations almost always win. Or at least they used to. Thanks to social media, the creators are now finding new ways to fight back. Example: This online store supporting artists whose work was allegedly stolen by Zara.
The controversy started… More »
Because nothing makes you want to give birth to a baby more than a throng of angry conservatives flying seemingly photoshopped horrors in your face. More »
Are you ready to feed the love-shaped void inside your heart? More »
If you take a picture, it’ll last longer. If you make a statue of taking that picture, it’ll last even longer. Clearly, that was the thinking of Sandy Levin, a Sugar Land, Texas resident who gifted Town Square Plaza with 10 statues that depict activities commonly seen in and around the square. Among the gifts… More »
The blurred lines of art and imitation converged earlier this week when a teenager placed his glasses on the floor of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and viewers mistook it for art. More »
The photo of the baby at the Trump rally is unrelated but relevant to our feelings about Trump, so we included that too. More »
An artist is asking 100 women to pose nude at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 17, at sunrise. Participants will be a living, posing metaphor of what it means to subvert oppressive political forces. Get it, you naked social justice warrior queens. … More »
Tonight marks the 60th annual Met Gala, which leaves some people feeling excited to attend, others feeling left out, and the rest of us wondering: what exactly is the Met Gala? For those vaguely familiar but not-too-sure, the Met Gala is a yearly fundraiser full of well-moneyed artists and culture-makers drinking expensive wine in black tie, all to… More »
I mean, it features a dog getting shot in the head. It might be offensive, too. More »
I hope the staff receives therapy for their deep-seeded fear of badly drawn vegetables. More »
It was set to Madonna’s rendition of “Send in the Clowns” from A Little Light Music. More »
Slated to open in May, the idea was inspired by the original Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagrab, Croatia, which was started in 2003 by the artists Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić after the dissolution of their two year relationship. More »
She may not have known it when she started making them, but artist Laura Stokes has tapped into an endless and necessary market with her Revenge Dioramas.
It looks like Shia LaBeouf has recovered from his three-day Shia LaBeoufmovie watching marathon from November and is currently performing his newest performance art project: Elevate.
Shia LaBeouf, Nastja Säde Rönkkö, and Luke Turner are spending 24 hours riding up and down in an elevator at EC English Oxford in Gloucester Green for… More »
A student at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago went full-method with their re-imagining of Van Gogh’s bedroom when they painted and transformed their apartment into an exact copy of Van Gogh’s bedroom and listed it on AirBnB. More »
The Instagram serves as a supportive platform for followers to share and submit their mental health or trauma related stories and feelings. More »
Kantapon picked five countries: Korea, Japan, Thailand, China and Italy, focusing primarily on countries he’s traveled and lived in. More »
This video features the dancers Zola Smart and DJ Williams performing a flawless routine choreographed by Will B. Bell, which honestly has me thinking: “OUCH, PLEASE DON’T HURT YOURSELF. THIS IS BEAUTIFUL, WOW ALSO ADELE IS REALLY HITTING THOSE NOTES HARD. I THINK I FOUND THE LORD?!” More »