In 2005, Philip Muspratt started covering his Hartlepool house with empty beer cans. “Can House” became a folk art piece, a DIY social club, and an icon for the post-industrial town.
Behold the marketing genius of Maine's Mary Winchenbach, a miracle worker who built a thriving business out of poo and puns.
Jet Martinez tackles immigration, culture, and the handmade object in his new solo show.
With threats to government arts funding, United States Artists steps up to fill the void.
Muralist and painter Boy Kong draws from a variety of artistic wells for his multimedia works.
A new show of sexually explicit work by self-taught and folk artists opens at the Museum of Sex.
Folk artist BlackCatTips gives sunshine a snaggletooth.
Death, as a character and a concept, has never looked so colorful.
We met the legendary artist for a chat about his prominent role in the history of tattoo art.