Art

10.14.19

Please Enjoy These Oil Paintings of Tiny Little 'Water Bears'

Officially known as "tardigrades," these micro-animals are likely to be the last living things on the planet.

10.11.19

'Limitless Africans' Is a Stunning Snapshot of LGBTQ African Immigrant Lives

Photographer Mikael Owunna's series started as a personal journey of seeking community.

10.7.19

Surreal Photos From New York Comic Con

Photographer Michael Marcelle captures quiet moments of downtime at the beloved convention.

10.4.19

Banksy Has to Start Selling His Merch So Nobody Else Can

The famously anonymous global street artist's situation shows how hard it is for graffiti writers to avoid getting ripped off.

9.28.19

Someone Bought That Painting of Channing Tatum's Ballsack for $6,600

We talked to erotic artist and celebrity nude painter Chris Mann about what inspired his testicular tour de force.

9.24.19

How the Loving Community of Byron Learned to Hate a Sculpture

The so-called "Disco Dong" lasted eight months before it was dismantled for scrap metal.

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9.19.19

Buy This Original Oil Painting of Channing Tatum's Ballsack for the Low Price of $230

You're an adult now. It's time to buy some real art.

9.13.19

Africa's Biggest Street Art Festival Will Make You Not Hate Street Art

Thousands of people filled the streets of Accra's Jamestown district for Chale Wote, a celebration of some of the continent's best artists.

9.6.19

This Guy Forged Famous Artists for Decades. Now He's Gone Legit.

We talked to him about his life of fraud, and the hot new target for forgers: black artists.

9.5.19

The Story of the Couple Who Shagged in an MRI Machine for Science

In 1991 scientists created an internal image of the human body during sex. The image is pretty wild.

9.2.19

Is Online Piracy an Art Form?

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, also the defining aesthetic of our times, probably.

8.29.19

Bill Henson Revisits Suburbia, Looking For Home

The photographer's latest exhibition is a eulogy for his lost childhood.

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