A Mysterious Woman Mailed $105,000 in Stolen Art Back to a Museum

The cops are hoping to get in touch with her to find out how the work was jacked in the first place.


Printing the Highest Resolution Photos on Earth Isn't Easy

Combining technical know-how and artistic expertise, VAST pioneered a method to print unbelievably detailed photographic work.


This Company Will Turn Your Favorite Song Into an Ink Splotch

US-based design company Vibrato creates meaningful abstract artworks of your favorite songs or wedding vows.


Woodblock Prints Illustrate the History and Sensuality of Japanese Baths

An exhibition of ukiyo-e woodblock prints depicts the evolution of Japanese bathing culture, even the dirty parts.


Unpublished Andy Warhol Polaroids Released for David Hockney's Birthday

Unparalleled British painter David Hockney turns 80 on July 9.


Eerie Puppets and Paintings Straddle Fantasy and Nightmare

Ryan Bock’s new show features sculpture, animation, experimental film and yes, puppetry.


[NSFW] Protesting Trump With Portraits of Boobs

Western Editions stages a "Peep Show" in San Francisco this month.


Japanese Demons Ball Out in Retro–Futuristic Illustrations

'Edo Ball' puts the contemporary spin of basketball on the Japanese art style of ukiyo-e.


Legendary NatGeo Photographers Are Selling Signed Prints for Only $100

The Earth Day flash sale is offering iconic images from Joel Sartore, Tim Laman, and Annie Griffiths, for a limited time only.


Piecing Together a Print ‘Visual Creole’ Under the Isolation of the Maine Sky | #50StatesofArt

A careful consideration of cultural lineage fills the lines of Edwige Charlot’s intrepid botanical prints.


Whimsical Pastel Collages Are Just like your High School Notebook Doodles, Only Better

Austin Thomas’s collage world is full of avant garde formations.


Celebrating the Birth of Expressionism at a New York City Art Show

Galerie St. Etienne is showing 18 pieces of early Expressionist art in their booth at the Park Avenue Armory this weekend.