Mirjana Kika Milosevic is an absolute master with makeup and body paint. So much so that she can actually bend the laws of physics and transcend spacetime.
It's a re-creation of the, uh, famous scene in "Jurassic Park," you see.
Some of the sketches and paintings that show Middle-earth (and beyond!) as Tolkien himself envisioned it.
As long as there has been war, there have been soldiers leaving behind their doodles, names or other markings for historians to muse on why they did so.
Graphic designer Matt Bonner had never designed an inflatable before. Armed with £29,000 and very little time, he set about creating a blimp Baby Trump.
Who knew such a beautiful, thicc lady could inspire such controversy? A 40-foot squirrel art installation was erected in Almaty, Kazakhstan, during the city’s recent Art Energy festival, costing residents 23 million Kazakh tenge (about $67,000) in public funds, BBC reports.
When Salvador Dalí's wife Gala died in 1982, the first person outside of his household to hear the news was Juan Carlos, the King of Spain. Dalí telephoned the reigning monarch himself, and for once, this was not an act of posturing or presumption on his behalf.
In 2004 the iconic Fountain (1917) was named the world's most influential work of modern art. But although Duchamp is known as its creator, the piece was actually the work of the brilliant pioneering artist Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. Time to rewrite art history.
Dysart, Iowa may be a small town, but it's home to a massive and incredibly cool art project that seems like it might swallow it whole. It also might save it.
As in any conflict, the combatants in World War I required manpower — and money. Making propaganda posters about the war being waged was a way to ensure a steady supply of both. Here, a collection of some of the most striking art from that era.
Never have we had a president not just indifferent to the arts, but also combative toward artists.
An immense amount of time and effort went into making these tiny, shiver-inducing works of art.
A new book gives the spotlight to the filmmaker's often overlooked collaborators.
That's not a stock image, they really threw a baby in the pool. What's more grunge than that?
An attempt to freshen up the 16th-century polychrome statue has left St. George with a rosy pink face and a bold, red-and-gray suit of armor. The restoration is believed to have been carried out by a handicrafts teacher at the request of the parish authorities of the Church of St. Michael.
In the remote Nuba Mountains, the Kauda Drama Collective and a Sudanese media organization are working together to share the world as they see it with their countrymen and women.
Possible police cover-ups, enigmatic dying words, and the Holy Grail: Inside the quest to find the missing piece of Belgium's national treasure.
In "Sweeney Todd," the act of cooking slain humans into pies to sell during a meat shortage is presented not as an unfathomably evil act but as a feasible way to make a living when "times is hard, sir."
Joel Cánovas uses Instagram to document his passion for rescuing discarded tiles as part of his one-man mission to salvage a century of Catalan heritage.
A daily reminder that you are perpetually moving closer and closer to death. <3
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