What It's Like Drawing Mobsters and Celebrity Defendants as a Courtroom Artist
Christine Cornell has drawn the Boston Marathon bomber, John Lennon's killer, famed mobster John Gotti, and a host of other figures at the centers of high-profile trials.
Inside the Twisted Mind and Artwork of Jeff Gaither
We caught up with the underground legend who has designed horror-tinged T-shirts and album covers for decades.
The Rise of BGL, Canada's Art-World Class Clowns
Quebec City art collective BGL installed a full-scale depanneur at this year's Venice Biennale, the latest in a career of humorous, high-concept projects.
Jeff Koons Is the Kanye West of the Contemporary Art World
Meeting the man whose work can sell for more than any other living artist.
Here's What Happens When You Draw Highly Explicit Pictures of Ninja Turtles Fucking Each Other
We spoke to Liverpudlian artist James Unsworth about getting in trouble with the law.
An Artist Is Growing a Forest That'll Become a Library of Books in 100 Years
A different author will submit a piece each year, but no one can read them until 2114.
German Artist Sigmar Polke Was a Master of Irony and Anarchy
Polke took the piss – out of capitalism, authority and the rest of the art world.
Marla Morgenstern Wants to Dissect Your Reality With Collages
Through her art, Marla wants to be “Thomas at the moment he sticks his finger in Jesus’s wound."
'New York's Most Famous Unknown Artist' Is Now More Important Than Ever
Ray Johnson was the antithesis of disposable culture.
Meet Mari Malek, Refugee Turned Supermodel
We talked to several South Sudanese-American artists about how they went from refugee camps in Africa to runway shows and Kanye West videos in Manhattan.
The Hangover News
This weekend, Ukip cancelled its Freepost address after receiving packages of shit and blood.
Surfware Is the First Clothing Line Designed for Surfing the Web
Artist Cory Arcangel is launching the line in a Holiday Inn conference room.