Meteorology Meets Fortune Telling at the "Weather Center for the Apocalypse"
Amelia Marzec parses the internet and religious groups to report the latest end-of-the-world news.
Woodblock Prints Illustrate the History and Sensuality of Japanese Baths
An exhibition of ukiyo-e woodblock prints depicts the evolution of Japanese bathing culture, even the dirty parts.
Tiny Felt Creatures Dabble in Leather Culture and Business Casual
Polish artist Misz Ajdacki left behind a life in finance to make his little anthropomorphic animals from wool.
These Smart Gloves Let You Feel Things in Virtual Reality
Design student Danli Hu adds touch to the list of senses you can experience virtually.
A Vinyl Lover Presses Records From Unorthodox Found Objects
Michael Dixon cuts gorgeous, intentionally complicated records from humanity's abandoned ephemera.
This Personality Quiz Will Figure Out Your Shape
A Timothy Leary-inspired online quiz generates an entire exhibition for artists Kayla Mattes and Justin Seibert.
Incredible Knitted Moths Could Go in a Natural History Museum
Max Alexander turns Shetland wool into scientifically accurate depictions of various moth species.
New York's All-Felt Bodega Has People Going Bananas
Lucy Sparrow opens the cutest corner shop in the Five Boroughs.
Kids Are Playing with a "Dead Whale" in the Philippines—Here's Why
Greenpeace makes a big statement about ocean pollution.
This Artist Makes Impossible Eggshell Carving Look Easy
Shirley Hambrick turns a knack for glass carving into eggshell art.
Yarn-Bombing Artist Sets Out to Crochet Across The USA
Dismayed with the results of the presidential election, fiber artist Olek is traveling across the nation to create inspirational crocheted murals.
These Art Activists Held 152 Events Over Trump’s First 100 Days
100 Days Action Organizer Ingrid Rojas Contreras gives us the highlights and lessons learned from of their mega-series of creative protests.