Haunting tales of puke, vomit, and barf guaranteed to scare you off the holiday for good.
Mostly: it says you're a dickhead.
Marjolein Dallinga's curious creatures aren't coral or caterpillars, they're felt sculptures.
Miz Cracker makes the subversion of gender and sexuality a truly entertaining and engaging endeavor.
From Warhol to Kusama, art lovers pulled out the stops to bring their favorite works out of the gallery and into the streets.
The Rego Park, Queens Burger King location took an old-school approach by using just a couple of gigantic sheets to pull off this unholy McDonald’s apparition.
With three clicks and $300,000, the Smithsonian hopes to #KeepThemRuby for at least another century.
Russian paper artist Asya Kozina reimagines historical hairstyles from the era of 'more is more.'
Julie Verhoeven's conceptual bathroom installation is the best thing we've seen from Frieze so far.
Sustainability meets performance and fashion design in the beastly works of Lexy Ho-Tai.
Andy Rae told us about her weirdest convention stories, dealing with internet haters, and her take on the Cosplay Is Not Consent campaign.
These adorable and surreal photos are the result of three years documenting China's panda rewilding facilities.