Fine art content from around the world, featuring painting, illustration, sculpture, printmaking and more.
Benjamin Everett is an award-winning photographer, recently named the winner of Hasselblad's Masters competition. His work spans the globe, taking in an enormous variety of landscapes and locales, from mountaintops to peaceful fields.
Who asked for extra starch? These outfits made from second-hand ceramics may not be wearable, but they create a fascinating play on materials. and look pretty stylish in their own way.
Paper artist Lee Ji-hee knows a thing or two about creating entire scenes out of nothing more than two dimensional sheets. We're fans of their latest project, an entire farmers market collection made of paper.
The selected illustrations are all part oof Lena Vargas' personal portfolio. They range from fun doodles to intricate art, all with her trademark use of color and light.
We love the color and movement of this mesmerizing short film by Rus Khasanov, showcasing impossibly colorful balls of paint and glitter morphing, merging, and absorbing one another.
These serious-looking portrait photographs have been transformed, thanks to some fun illustrative doodling.
Rising from the desert foothills of the Coachella Valley, an orange-red monolith rises, much like the monolith from the iconic 2001: A Space Odyssey film.
These pastel-toned oil paintings by Jason Anderson give us an abstracted look at pixelated landscapes.
Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
(OO) is the clever title of this short film by Seoro Oh, and man oh man it's a beauty. Never before have we seen a story about the nose and its perils so expressively represented.
This adorable project by Monsieur Plant gives trees the soft, mossy hug they deserve.
With vivacious, colorful models showcasing shoes by Margaret, we see fashion and fun colliding in style.
J. Flynn Newton has come to terms with his recurring nightmare, giant waves and skies made up of stormy waters. Indeed, he's illustrated them, using black and white photography. The result is beautiful and spooky.
These fantastical Hindu art pieces are the work of Mexican artist Raul Urias, and showcase a realm of color and symmetry and intensity that we find fascinating.