Pictured above is "Laura Palmer's Theme" by Angelo Badalamenti, written with David Lynch at his side, in MIDI piano roll notation. Without knowing it, Lynch and Badalamenti made MIDI art before the internet made it cool.
A future of cars made of candy and human-cat hybrids is a future we can get behind.
On the latest episode of "Derek Does Stuff with a Friend," Katy Perry and Derek Blasberg take a trip to the Whitney Museum in New York City. Katy is in disgu...
There's a strange historical connection between the goths you went to high school with and the barbarians who ruled over Europe many centuries ago.
The beautiful botanical illustrations of a 17th-century entomologist, artist and adventurer.
It takes contemporary stone carver Anna Rubincam weeks to finish a single portrait, but she could never see herself doing anything else.
Art fair rules: (1) everything is expensive (2) if you know nobody there you *are* nobody (3) don't touch things unless you're Jerry Saltz with a camera trained on you.
At Factum Arte, whole tombs are being recreated in painstaking detail. Why? Because while our high-tech scans can last forever, the real deals are rapidly decaying.
Merijn Bolink uses one of Google’s machine learning apps to create a traditional sculpture that represents the onset of AI.
Opening up your microwave and attaching electric battery clamps to the inside seems like a godawful idea, but this is so darn nifty maybe it's worth it?
According to Google, the tool could generate 563 quadrillion faces.
Ever since Hegel, artists and critics alike have been claiming that art is finished. But what could that actually mean?
"A series of golden toilets is such a simple and clear message that this is not the first time that the symbol has been used to comment on the rise of Trumpism."
There are two broad categories of marginalia: illustrations intended to accompany the text and later annotations by owners and readers. Both can be vehicles for delight, disgust, and befuddlement.
Jamie Scott, whose time-lapse "Fall" went viral a few years ago, is back again with "Spring," and the results are spectacular.
A historic building in London’s Covent Garden, violently slashed through the middle, floats mysteriously in the air. A terraced house in Margate has its entire redbrick front slipped away from its frame and lies slumped in its own front garden. Welcome to the magical world of Alex Chinneck, a British artist known for his large-scale, mind-bending architectural illusions.
It took 20 skilled sculptors three years to carve this beast out of an absolutely massive redwood tree trunk, so the least you could do is recognize it as king of the jungle.
After overlooking her for decades, the art world has woken up to Phyllida Barlow’s audacious, gargantuan sculptures. What took so long?
In the brain, as in the heart, "just right" means just fractal enough to walk the line between chaos and order.
After John Riegert attempted suicide, his friend put together an art show in which 250 artists created John's portrait in different media.
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