Street artist Pejac (previously) was recently in Paris where he created at least three new works almost guaranteed to make you smile. The first appears to be a figure throwing a water balloon at a wall, but on closer inspection the giant splat contains a painting of Manet's famous
Australian artist Meredith Woolnough creates elaborate embroideries that mimic delicate forms of nature like leaves and coral. “I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” says the artist, whose “traceries” capture the beauty and fragility
artnet News The Art of New York's Climate Change Demonstrations artnet News Today world leaders will gather for the UN Climate Summit at the United Nations in New York to discuss issues related to climate change and global warming.
Ever since exploring slides of arranged diatoms earlier this year from the California Academy of Sciences, I was left with one small question: how? Diatoms are tiny single-cell algae encased in jewel-like shells that are among the smallest organisms on Earth of which there are an e
Hometownlife.com The stage is set for Common Ground's Birmingham Street Art Fair Hometownlife.com Common Ground's annual Birmingham Street Art Fair kicks off next weekend, celebrating 40 years of offering a world-class art fair.
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First a Boeing 747, and now an industrial complex on a Vancover island; it seems no canvas is too large for Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos who were invited to the Vancouver Biennale to turn six mult
Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Spanish street artist Pejac (previously) just stopped by Istanbul where he painted three new trompe-l'œil pieces
Early last month, Spanish artist Pejac (previously) created a fun silhouette artwork commemorating the 40th anniversary of French high-wire walker Philippe Petit's daring walk between the Twin Towers in New York. In Pejac's version, a tightrope walker painted in black acryl
Almanac Weekly 'Burning of Kingston' street art battle comes to the Trolley Museum on Saturday The Daily Freeman Jenkins said with graffiti no longer a problem in New York's subway system, this event offers the perfect chance to celebrate an art...
Paper artist and graphic designer Yulia Brodskaya first began to experiment with various ways to illustrate using paper about six years ago. In the time since she's become a master at quilling and other sculptural techniques involving paper, landing high-profile jobs working o