Juicy Stories About What Andy Warhol Was Really Like
"Andy seemed to be floating through space. He had this magical energy and looked like nobody else."
Inside the Pixelated World of Perler Bead Art
I started making beaded crafts as a hobby, but soon I was hooked on the retro aesthetic and the vibrant community that supports it.
Wes Anderson's Dad Hates the Name of This Wes Anderson–Inspired Art Show
We asked painters and sculptors from 'Bad Dads'—a Wes Anderson–themed art show—why they devote their work to the hipster auteur.
Seventy-Five Artists Honor Hayao Miyazaki in New Gallery Show
One gallery devoted an entire show to the Studio Ghibli founder's surreal world.
Meet The Artist Turning Black Beans into Pop Art
"What if Warhol were Latin?"
Meet the Curator Rethinking Painting
The first in GARAGE's new series of exchanges with rising and innovative curators focuses on Cathleen Chaffee of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, whose current show of work by Joe Bradley is the latest in a string of deep dives into painting.
Your LaCroix Seltzer Obsession Is Now Officially Art
Is this the millennial answer to Warhol's Campbell's Soup?
A Russian Artist Draws a Surreal Pastel Mystery World
With bold lines and a strong vision, Russian artist Andrey Kasay is a slice of Instagram levity.
Tasty Pop Art Documents a Life Through Desserts
Work by 96-year-old American artist Wayne Thiebaud goes on view in London.
North Korean Defector's Art Blends Disney and Communism
After fleeing North Korea, Sun Mu changed his name, experimented with style, and began critiquing a regime he once admired.
New York's All-Felt Bodega Has People Going Bananas
Lucy Sparrow opens the cutest corner shop in the Five Boroughs.
These Graphite Sketches Personify the Beautiful Disorder of the Internet
Since high school, Jeanette Hayes has archived hundreds of thousands of images from the surface web.