You'll Never Have to Water These Houseplants Again
Joyce Lin’s ‘Flat Houseplants’ designs beg the question: plants or props?
This College Senior Is Already a Professional Comic Book Artist
RISD undergrad Hayden Sherman's professional work recalls Frank Miller's 'Batman.'
GIF Collage Artist Juxtaposes Images of Movement & World Culture
Zenzele Ojore’s 'Corpora IV' project combines gestural photography with stills from vintage magazines.
Poetic Textiles Tell a History Woven by Women
Francesca Capone looks at textiles as a poetic language that tells a version of history from a female perspective.
Every Deer in the Headlights Will Know How This Feels
Award-winning short film 'The Divide' depicts the disconnect between humans and the environment.
Not Dead Yet: Meet Sisters Weekend, America's Next Video Sweethearts
The Brooklyn-based video collective makes hilarious, off-kilter short films.
The History of Hipsters, Aliens, & Ignorance! : 10 College Courses This Fall
Oh, to be young again.
Inflatable Architecture That Doesn't Blow
What does the future of architecture look like? For four young designers living in Providence, it’s time to blow everything up.
'Find Out What You Love, and Photograph It'
Henry Horenstein's indispensable advice for young photographers.
My Parents Had a Party
Last summer on Long Island, Amanda Dandeneau's parents decided to throw a party to celebrate life. As the night progressed, things got wild.
Zak Arctander: Endless Want
If there is a common subject within Zak Arctander’s photographs, it is that of the pursuant gaze, a subject in a relentless search for the often intangible object of its desire. We sat down with Zak to talk about butterflies and being alive.
Brown, MIT, And RISD Are Implanting Art Into Their Transhumanist Experiments
Gathering art, education, and technology with STEAM.