The digital collages in the 39th issue of FELT Zine will make you even more scared of your periodontist.
West Virginia artist Staci Leech-Cornell draws gorgeous ink nature scenes.
Steve LaRiccia and the New Zone Arts Collective are fighting to keep Eugene’s fine arts community alive.
Vancouver-based Reece Terris has spent years upending what he sees as a capitalistic and media-driven culture.
America’s crumbling structures inspire Pittsburgh-based artists Seth Clark and Jason Forck, who create a series of experimental glass, wood and metal artworks.
The Brooklyn-based Tyrrell Winston’s found art is both filthy and fascinating.
Geoffrey Farmer’s paper works are on display at ICA Boston.
The art of photography finds its edge in the drawings, sculptures, and assemblages of the Iranian-American artist.
British Artist Ed Atkins has created a rambling, bald figure from the motion recordings of 130 people.