The Ordinary Places Where Extraordinary Artists Grew Up
Photographer John MacLean captures the suburban and country sites of origin of revered artists.
Photos Become Sculptures in These Collage-Like Works
Kate Steciw explores the physicality of photography in her latest works.
Why Cinematographer Roger Deakins Is the Master of Light & Shadow
It's always a pleasure to watch a master at work, so here's Thomas Farmer's 'Roger Deakins: Of Light and Shadow' supercut.
Rick Rubin and Friends Remix the Star Wars Universe into a Dance Album
Flying Lotus, A-Trak, and more turn the sounds of the galaxy far, far away into 'Headspace,' your next party album.
Meet the High-Fashion Tomboy that Keeps It Street
Aleali May has created a signature look by staying true to her roots.
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Enter a Monochromatic Universe in This Hybrid Short
Caves, lava, and more emerge in Kurtis Hough's 15-minute short, 11 years in the making.
Warped Superheroism: The Music of Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
Song Exploder and composer Brian Tyler talk scoring Marvel's mega-blockbuster.
Ryoma Furutani’s World Is Bright, Shiny, and Totally Impenetrable
Like his work, the photographer is friendly but totally illusive.
9 Tips for Composing the Perfect Picture
From the Rule of Thirds to symmetry, Steve McCurry's photos show you how you step up your photography game.
Simple CSS Colors Kim Asendorf's Coded Compositions
Kim Asendorf's 'No Content But Rich' is an abstract series of browser-based compositions created solely with CSS.
Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" Was Re-Arranged Using Only Frequencies The Deaf Can Hear
Dutch composer Kyteman played the song as a deaf 19-year-old consulted about whether her implants could detect the music. Then, an orchestra re-arranged the single using only those frequencies,
Will a Pink Blob Be the Next Mozart?
Introducing Iamus, the organic-looking computer that's been taught the basics of music composition.