City of the Seekers
Self-Taught Painter Sculpts Monumental Portraits With Oil Paint
Vanessa Prager learned about art online—and turned it into a dynamic art practice.
Tanja M. Laden
'Prometheus' Meets 'Dune' in a Series of Stunning Fractals
In a new series of striking and strange fractal visuals artist Patrice Olivier ACARDY journeys through the textures and surfaces of an imagined alien world.
Something's Hiding Under the Rug in These Creepy Hyperrealistic Paintings
Are they bodies, or voluptuous folds? Antonio Santin’s paintings of ornate rugs are at once morbid and sensual.
This Icelandic Chef Is Cooking with Yellow Snow
Agnar Sverrisson's “snow” is made by boiling goat cheese and whipping until fluffy. It looks exactly like the newly fallen powder you pray will fall overnight on Alpine slopes, and is served with wood sorrel and English asparagus.
Short Film Turns Internet Images into the Apocalypse
Feel the doom in Thomas Traum's found image animation.
The Holy Cow Issue
The Story Behind the Cover of VICE's April Issue
Photographer Tim Schutsky hung out with some eerie cows and played around with googly eyes to get the perfect shot for our April 2016 cover.
Snapshots of an Intricate Papercut Dream World
Crystal Wagner's cut-and-pasted paper shadowboxes are a treat for the eyes.
These Bizarre 3D Renderings Are All-Too-Real
I may not know David McLeod's 'Material Objects' are, but I still want to eat them.
[Music Videos] Jaw-Dropping Patterns Align in a CGI Fractal Opus
French producer Patrice Olivier, a.k.a., ARCADY, releases a 5-track EP of new songs, each with their own stunning music videos.
This Isn't a Real Beach
This artist's image renders using the Unreal Engine 4 are almost too good to be true.
This Taiwanese Food Term Will Change the Way You Look at Gummy Candy
"Rubbery” is almost like a swear word in the culinary world, but that may be a narrow view of a quality that can actually be desirable in cooking: the “Q texture.”
Why Every Gadget Feels Like Shark Dick
An investigation to the strange feel of thermoplastics that has come to dominate our interaction with electronics.
Claire L. Evans