Fine art content from around the world, featuring painting, illustration, sculpture, printmaking and more.
Obscuring the faces of these vintage photographs, Australian artist Harriet Moutsopoulos gives us a whole new, comical and surreal perspective.
We love the way Claire Boscher elevates these humble flowers, thanks to the use of vibrant color.
London based visual designer Luliya Martynova creates seascapes with a beautifully minimalist approach.
Entitled 'Toccata', this dramatic, slow-motion work by Optical Arts takes us on a dramatic three minute exploration of smashing and crashing, with all manner of dinnerware, wine glasses and more exploding on impact.
These space collages transport us out of our normal headspace.
Sho Shibuya has a quarantine painting series entitled 'Sunrise From a Small Window', painted on the cover of the New York Times.
Daria Khoroshavina has mastered the art of the cinemagraph, which is the refined cousin of the animated GIF.
Special effects artist Amazing Jiro is showing us his skills as an artist with his highly impressive 'One Hand Monsters', using just paint and objects found around the home.
Thomas Kinkade's often derided paintings find new life, thanks to ironic architectural mashups.
Here are a collection of beautifully calming landscape paintings by Georgia O'keeffe.
Artist Andrea Antoni takes us on a journey through myriad landscapes, but with a corresponding color swatch strip to match the scenery to an official color.
Turkish artist Murat Yıldırım has transformed some of the world's most famous paintings, creating furry abstractions of them instead.
What Happens When a World Famous Architect Designs a Chicken Coop?
The ancient and beautiful art of kulning, the Swedish herding call.
The Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house in Barcelona had their first concert in months this week, and the audience quietly and politely enjoyed it. Indeed, the crowd of 2,292 potted plants swayed gently to ‘Crisantemi’ by Puccini.