What Will Happen to Our Faces When Plastic Surgery Is Cheap?
As the price of plastic surgery comes down, more and more people are opting for a nip here, and tuck there.
Dalí, Warhol, and the Lip-Smacking Legacy of Artists and Food
A brief, sumptuous history of creative combinations of food and art.
An Evening at the Death Cafe
Death cafes continue to grow in popularity as people obsessed with mortality meet up to get morbid.
Not All Art Is Visible
From Marina Abramovic's performance art to Tom Marioni's 'The Act of Drinking Beer with One's Friends Is the Highest Form of Art,' it's all art.
Watch Ryan Hemsworth Play a Virtual Reality Concert in a Church [Premiere]
Hemsworth and Martin Pariseau conclude their music video saga with "Surrounded."
The Internet Café Is Alive in Queens
Old-fashioned pay-by-the hour cyber cafes are thriving in immigrant-heavy neighborhoods.
This Mycelium Death Shroud Will Return Your Body to the Earth
Coeio, a start for eco-friendly burials, says it will be beta-testing its mushroom death suits on 15 subjects soon.
!!! (Chk Chk Chk)'s New Music Video Is Basically Live-Action Futurama
You’ll never look at the Star Wars Cantina Bar scene the same way.
NYC Street Vendors Want to End the Black Market for Permits
In 1981, NYC permanently capped the available number of food cart permits at 3,000. While the permits originally cost $200, vendors are now renting them on the black market for up to $25,000 annually.
Self-Sculpture: Is Bodybuilding an Art?
JJ PEET and Priyaanka Khatri discuss the intrinsic relationship between sculpture and bodybuilding.
Locked: Artists Take on France's 'Bouquinistes' Culture
Saxpublishers founder Felix Gaudlitz reveals inspiration for a twist on an age-old tradition.
Russian Actionist Petr Pavlensky Talks Censorship in the Motherland
An artist poked the bear... and almost got away with it.