There are a few celebrities who've made good selections, but most of them are really, really rough.
Was this for a school project? Are these four teens just big Nickelodeon fans? Were they high? It doesn't matter: This work of art is worth it for Squidward's blue jean legs alone.
All about that '80s-fresh A E S T H E T I C? You've got a specific group of designers to thank for it.
The "human clock" is actually a video installation by Dutch designer Maarten Baas that took him 12 whole hours to film.
Splurging on art isn't even the weirdest credit card tidbit in this video — did you know that super rich credit card holders can basically ask Amex concierges to do just about anything?
Digital methods are reinventing Gutenberg's signature press as the darling of the DIY world.
According to the creators, this video took four months to make as less that 2% of shots were chosen due to "very high selection standards."
According to these studies, it's not always where you'd think.
Is this feels like a weird art project, consider how weird reality is when pundits get paychecks for going on TV and repeating the word "fake news" over and over and over again.
Over three decades, he transformed a nation's attitude to art. But is his revolution now in danger of being reversed?
Bacteria and fungi are a menace to paintings, sculptures, and ancient artifacts.
The Julia Roberts vehicle stands as one of the most impeccably made and brilliantly scripted romcoms. It's also one of the best.
Expensive art supplies are great and all, but not having them shouldn't stop anyone from indulging in a nice doodle session. Take it from this guy — notebook paper and a #2 pencil are just fine.
Modern art can be hard to understand, especially when it looks like a kitchy statue of the Pink Panther cradling a naked woman or a giant metal kids ballon. However, this tribute, to one of the most prolific artists of our era, helps make it all a little more approachable.
Villeneuve, famous for "Arrival" and "Sicaro," is a true auteur who strategically uses points of view to maximize drama for the audience.
It starts out soothing but gets sort of dark at the end. Let this be a lesson to all of us about the dangers of overwork.
It may seem counterintuitive but limitations are essential to progress and invention.
He also has the best laugh we've head in a long time. We've been replaying a particular gem of a giggle at 2:18 on repeat.
Roy Lichtenstein's 1962 work "Masterpiece" became one of the 15 most expensive pieces of art known to have been sold after collector Agnes Gund sold it to billionaire hedge fund manager and art collector Steve Cohen.
Things don't need to be complicated to be captivating.
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