Alternatively, you could animorph into a reindeer, honeybee or other creature that can naturally see these hues hidden from humans.
"Not always useful, but not altogether useless" is the mantra behind Chindōgu, a Japanese art form that calls for stilettos with built-in umbrellas, noodle bibs for the face and glue sticks filled with butter (that one we get).
One of the biggest changes museums have made in the past five years is their "no photography" policy.
There's something about adding color that makes the past feel so much closer to the right here and now.
How these curbside canvases came to be, according to the men who make them.
"The guys at the agency told us that Lucas wanted it to be more comic-booky—that was our only direction."
While in prison, Gacy began to paint to pass the time. His works had a naïve, crude folk-art quality to them; they are instantly recognizable, even after seeing just a few pieces.
For fifty years Freas' work appeared in all kinds of science fiction publications beginning with his first sale to Weird Tales in 1950.
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Can you translate your truest, quirkiest passions into lucrative, full-time work? If you're familiar with Lisa Hanawalt — author, illustrator, humorist, and general-purpose weirdo — you might be tempted to believe that it's possible.
Carrey went on this late-night show guns blazing: wearing pajamas, hissing at the camera and crawling onto Jimmy Kimmel's desk.
The 19-year-old artist counts a bunch of celebrities as her fans, works in teams to construct mega chain reactions and travels the world showcasing her skill.
"I can look at a painted blue sky and not only see the blue but I see the ultramarine, titanium white, alizarin crimson, burnt umber and phthalo green," says conservator Julian Baumgartner.
In a turn of events straight out of a Hollywood movie, revered Chinese artifacts are being 'stolen' from Museums all over Europe and it is believed that the Chinese government is involved.
The terrible reputation of Salvador Dalí's wife is being reassessed and her artistic role re-examined. Outrageous, yes, but was she also an innovative creator in her own right?
A mostly shitty and uneven future but occasionally technology will do a fleeting, cool thing.
Got a whisk, a jumprope, some steel wool, a 360 camera and a yard somewhere where the sun sets?
Artists head to the desert to build a utopia. But does their work hold up in the real world?
This visually sumptuous documentary follows pottery makers carrying on in the footsteps of their ancestors.
Deborah Cook's job is uniquely challenging. As head of the 25-person costume department at Laika, Cook makes clothing for characters no taller than a pencil.
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