Francesca Capossela

Photos

What Would Life Look Like If Humans Had Enhanced Eyesight?

Bryan Chapman imagines a world transformed by the presence of strange colors, waves, and mirrors.
Francesca Capossela
6.12.17
Art

Something's Hiding Under the Rug in These Creepy Hyperrealistic Paintings

Are they bodies, or voluptuous folds? Antonio Santin’s paintings of ornate rugs are at once morbid and sensual.
Francesca Capossela
2.1.17
Art

Fearless Nipple Brooches Celebrate Facebook's Least Favorite Body Part

Paloma Smith sells her censorship-fighting brooches on Etsy.
Francesca Capossela
2.1.17
Art

38' Tall Paintings Lend Glamor to a Dreary Nashville Intersection

Brian Tull’s massive hyperrealistic paintings showcase the artist's nostalgia for his imaginary 1950s.
Francesca Capossela
2.1.17
Art

400 Sparkling Nipples Shed Light on Facebook's Bullshit Nudity Policies

Anonymous artist group Luzinterruptus protested internet censorship outside Facebook’s Madrid HQ with a glowing reminder of the utter shamefulness of censoring a tit.
Francesca Capossela
1.19.17
Art

Get Lost in Mazes Made from Famous City Maps

From Brooklyn to San Francisco, Michelle Chandra turns famous cities into tricky but beautiful mazes.
Francesca Capossela
1.18.17
Art

Illustrator Brian Butler Sketches Concertgoers Mid-Show

Brian Butler has drawn more than 17,000 bands in over 25 cities. Even better? He draws them on the spot.
Francesca Capossela
1.18.17
Art

Intimate Murals Revive Abandoned Buildings Across the United States

Check out new murals from Faith47’s NASA-inspired '7.83 Hz' series.
Francesca Capossela
10.26.16
Music

[Premiere] Grief Sparks Creativity in an Animated-Painting Music Video

The video for Makeunder’s “Great Headless Blank” turns a story of devastating grief into an emotionally vibrant animated painting.
Francesca Capossela
8.25.16
Art

How A Wealthy Businessman Became an Artist By Painting with his Phablet

Dilip De’s first art exhibition, 'Celebration of Love,' is a series of 24 prints he painted on his Samsung Galaxy Notebook.
Francesca Capossela
8.20.16
Art

Deconstructed Linen Reveals the Rich History Behind Indigo Dyes

Cassandra Holden is telling the lost history of indigo dye with 'Blue Gold'.
Francesca Capossela
8.19.16
Art

When You Text this Giant Head, It Mimics Both Man and Machine

Atelier Van Lieshout contemplates the role of machines in 'The Good The Bad and the Ugly' at Ruhrtriennale 2016.
Francesca Capossela
8.19.16
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