Revisiting one of the most naughtiest moments in the history of art. Warning: This post contains nudity and may not be suitable for work environments. If you're not familiar with shunga, the early Japanese
The invention of the electron microscope is 1930s radically changed how we see and understand the world. A hydrothermal worm half a millimeter long becomes a creature out of Star Wars. Or zoom out from
Jen Stark's lush paper landscapes seem both psychedelic and scientific. Using trippy shapes and colors, she draws you into a place of quiet mystery. It's the kind of work that's equally at home on the
Take a look at Laurie Frick’s artwork, made up of colorful wooden blocks mounted to the gallery wall, and the first thing you think of is a childhood playroom strewn with building blocks. But Frick’s is
Mature Condition, Ovary of a Butterfly, 1927 Carl Strüwe—Steven Kasher Gallery 1 of 13 Documentary could not appear, at first, further from the practice of abstract photography; a difference between reflection
Viruses are usually depicted as ugly, scary, almost weapon-like blobs just waiting to meddle inside of your body, but Luke Jerram sees them as something different. There isn't really a color to viruses
Infectious diseases like AIDS and hepatitis are never pretty. But the pathogens that cause many potentially deadly infections turn out to be absolutely beautiful when viewed under powerful microscopes.
Innovation So you're thinking about buying yourself a private plane — but who wants a dusty old Cessna or Mooney? Anyone who's anyone is getting a Valkyrie. This ultra-fancy new private plane from Cobalt