Artist Kehinde Wiley has been chosen by former President Barack Obama to paint his official portrait for the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
Anyone can carve a Jack O'Lantern, but here's something cool and different that you can do for Halloween this year.
You can't be in two places at once and you can't change the past. We all know these things. But you can doctor old photographs to make it look like you're doing both of those things at the same time.
Peter Dahmen takes the simplest materials and turns them into magic.
A visual effects artist talks about all the challenges that went behind conserving Jim Henson's puppets from the 1982 movie "The Dark Crystal."
We now live in an age where cameras seem to be ubiquitous. Why then are we still relying on sketch drawings in our courtrooms?
Don't judge a fish tattoo by its gooch.
In response to Snapchat's new collaboration with Jeff Koons — a project that places AR versions of his work in points of interest around the world — an artist has digitally vandalized Koons' Balloon Dog.
How Leonardo da Vinci engineered the world's most famous painting.
Artist Ben Zurawski expertly captures both the creepiness and fun of our favorite holiday.
With his sensual rendering of flesh, he wrenched ﬁgurative sculpture from millennia of tradition and sent it tumbling into modernity.
When you need a zombie polar bear but don't have a zombie polar on hand... what do you do? The "Thrones" visual effects crew explains.
"Her" envisions a near-future that isn't made up of the prototypical stainless steel and shades of grey, but one that is colorful, compelling and rich.
"The piece itself, it’s not really very explicit," the founder of the collective behind the piece said. "It’s a very abstracted shape. There are no genitals; it’s pretty innocent."
In the 1960s Salvador Dalí composed a surrealist painting for the prisoners of Rikers Island. But the real danger it eventually faced was from greedy guards.
In places like Charlottesville, Baltimore and Orlando, curators now rush to save evidence of tumultuous events.
In response to an administration that has cheapened the value of words, images are becoming a form of public art — and in some quarters, a form of resistance.
Honestly, this went far better than we imagined it would have.
In the mood to feel disconcerted? Check out the work of this self-taught 19-year-old.
For the 13th year running, Scuba Diving Magazine has picked its underwater photography contest winners, and they are absolutely stunning.
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