Human Zoetrope? How One Man's Ring of Tattoos Transforms Into an Animation
When the subject turns, his "animated tattoo" springs to life.... READ ON
These Pop Culture-Inspired Posters Are Designed to Look Like Postage Stamps 
The full exhibit is currently on display at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles.... READ ON
15 Facts About Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party
The history around this iconic Impressionist work makes it all the richer.... READ ON
A Hayao Miyazaki-Inspired Art Show Is Coming to San Francisco
Fifty artists have created works that celebrate the legendary director.... READ ON
15 Facts for Norman Rockwell's Birthday
The artist is still celebrated for depicting Americana at its best.... READ ON
These Delicate Tea Time Desserts Mirror Modern Art
What does a Mark Rothko painting taste like? Apparently, raspberry and coconut.... READ ON
You Can Now Wear the Eyes of Famous Portraits As You Sleep
The project is called “Masterpieces Never Sleep!”... READ ON
French Town Needs Help Restoring Van Gogh's Grave
The artist's headstone was damaged last year after a stormy spring.... READ ON
After 400 Years, This Forgotten Master Painter Is Getting Her First Solo Show
17th-century painter Michaelina Wautier is finally getting her due at a 2018 exhibition in Antwerp.... READ ON
This Museum Wants to Match You With Your Ancient Statue Doppelgänger
The winning twins will be featured in an exhibit.... READ ON
Artist Transforms Old CDs Into Nature-Inspired Sculptures
Sean Avery's "sustainable art" prevents the plastic discs from ending up in a landfill.... READ ON
10 Abstract Facts About Jackson Pollock’s No. 5, 1948
It’s easy to dismiss Jackson Pollock's masterpiece No. 5, 1948 as a senseless splatter of paint—but even if you can’t appreciate its aesthetic, this piece has a history that’s worth its weight in house paint and stacks of cash.... READ ON
An Exhibition of Retro Screensavers Opens in the Netherlands
From 3D pipes to flying toasters.... READ ON
The World's Tiniest Art Biennale Will Eventually Sink Into the Sea
The event takes place on a tiny island off the coast of Guadeloupe that's slowly succumbing to rising sea levels.... READ ON
Brutalist-Themed Coloring Book Lets You Color In Famous Concrete Landmarks
The pages feature William Pereira’s Geisel Library, Brussels' Marnix building, and more.... READ ON
15 Facts About 'Portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino'
'Portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino' is one of the most famous portraits from the Italian Renaissance.... READ ON