The Hidden Room Behind Mount Rushmore
Just behind Lincoln's hairline sits a massive chamber. What's inside may never be seen by human eyes again.... READ ON
These Museums Are Offering Free Admission on Inauguration Day
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Meet the Secret Grammarians in Ecuador Who Correct Graffiti Mistakes
These grammar police are taking it to the streets.... READ ON
Singapore Artist Knits Ramen Noodles Into Edible Creations
Cynthia Delaney Suwito's work is purposely time-consuming, and makes a statement about immediate gratification.... READ ON
Nature-Inspired Sculptures, Made From Recycled Materials
Kate Kato's tiny sculptures pay homage to the natural world with paper, paint, and wire.... READ ON
This Artist Creates Amazingly Intricate Embroideries of Insects
Artist Humayrah Bint Altaf recreates the natural world in fabric.... READ ON
15 Facts About Monet's Water Lilies
Claude Monet's 'Water Lilies' is beloved around the world, a radiant example of French Impressionism and the glory found in nature. But their path from the artist’s yard to museum walls was one paved with obstacles, perfectionism—and a lot of gardening.... READ ON
George Lucas's Museum of Narrative Art Will Be Built in Los Angeles
The 'Star Wars' creator's long-awaited museum, which will see Norman Rockwell paintings hanging next to sketches from 'Indiana Jones,' is set to open by 2020.... READ ON
Artist Creates Monochromatic 'Abandoned' Mansions With LEGOs
The eerie homes look like they're crumbling from disrepair.... READ ON
Facebook Censors Image of Nude Neptune Statue
Make sure your favorite deities are wearing pants before you post a picture of them.... READ ON
Get an Up-Close Look at a Toilet Seat Art Museum
In San Antonio, Texas, a retired master plumber has created a bizarre roadside attraction known as Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum.... READ ON
5 Very Weird Themes in Medieval Manuscripts
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In 1990, Art Went on Trial in Cincinnati—and Won
Robert Mapplethorpe didn’t live long enough to see his art come under the microscope.... READ ON
Watch Iconic Film Scenes Paired With Their Original Storyboards
Gain insight into the creative processes behind 'The Dark Knight,' 'No Country for Old Men,' and 'The Empire Strikes Back.'... READ ON
Can You Spot the Sheep Among the Santas?
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Artist Recreates Demolished Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings in Full Color
Few quality images survive of these historic structures.... READ ON

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