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CGI Artworks Transform the Real World into Science Fiction

Former Weta and Pixar visual effects artist Slapcomp brings mind-bending VFX into the fabric of reality by posting 3D GIFs to Instagram.
DJ Pangburn
1.19.17
Art

[Exclusive] The Top 25 Most Instagrammed Art Spaces of 2016

New York and LA get lip service, but the standouts from the rest of the USA are impressive.
Beckett Mufson
12.20.16
Art

Enter a Cotton Candy Dreamworld on This Instagram

@rarabro creates soothing Instagram art.
The Creators Project
11.25.16
Art

Creating While Female: How Women Artists Deal with Online Abuse

The Internet allows female artists to upend the male-dominated structure of the art world, giving them the power to be in charge of their own visibility. But it also serves as a breeding ground for misogynistic abuse.
Bunny Michael
2.5.16
Art

Two Dudes Do Karate in Natural_Born_Human Inkblots

Or do you see a beautiful butterfly?
Beckett Mufson
11.29.15
Art

Insta of the Week: Bedazzle Your Beard with LEGO and Ramen

One man's noodles are another man's beard jewelry.
Rebecca Miller
11.13.15
Art

'Second Skin' Sculptures #FreeTheNipple in an Artful Way

The story of how one brave Willem de Kooning student was able to get around Instagram's censorship.
Boris Bischoff
11.11.15
Art

Art Insta of the Week: Emoji Caitlyn Jenner

Yung Jake uses emoticons to channel his inner Annie Leibovitz.
Beckett Mufson
6.5.15
Art

We Talked to the Suicide Girls About Richard Prince's "Appropriation Art"

Richard Prince sold their Instagrams for $90,000—now, they're selling his for $90.
Emerson Rosenthal
5.28.15
tech

Instagram Art Is a Joke, and It's on You

A growing number of artists have turned to Instagram to make work aiming to unsettle our comfortable relationship with technology.
Niamh McIntyre
1.27.15
Art

Leap Down The Rabbit Hole Of Surrealist Instagram Photographer Belinda Tellez

@Belilabelle creates manipulated images that range from framed, floating heads, to water with legs, to women who fly.
Sami Emory
10.22.14
Art

How One Parking Lot Photograph Conquered The Internet

We talked to artist Chuck Anderson about the back story of his photo "Places You Can't Imagine," which has appeared on countless social media feeds, t-shirts, and even at the O2 Festival (almost always without his permission).
Trevor Dougherty
8.7.14
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