Diana Shi is an arts writer at Creators.
Happy-go-lucky Steve has no job and no cares, besides waiting for his mail.
Total office goals.
The super hero's look and feel transformed under illustrator Steve Ditko. Now he has an exhibit in NYC.
Even without color or discernible facial features, you can still recognize Wonder Woman and Micheal Jackson.
Stephanie Washburn’s visually-stunning photographs look like extraterrestrial landscapes.
Love, sex, and teenage heartbreak are expressed through helium-filled rubber.
Anthony Gerace asserts a collaged, colorblocked aesthetic throughout the nearly 150 pages of his new photography book.
Artist Jordan Bolton gathers props from his favorite shows and turns them into meticulously arranged portraits of ephemera.
A simple design and strong color help communicate the feeling of loss.
Open spaces are even more evocative when the sun goes down.
A Chinese-British woman learns about her mother's resilience and strength.
With bold lines and a strong vision, Russian artist Andrey Kasay is a slice of Instagram levity.