I’m a 20-something-year-old male, and I can’t remember the last time I cried. But here I am, standing in a small room, an enormous number stamped onto my hand, and a strange organic compound in the air
The art, fearfully esoteric and influenced by its creator’s séances and spiritualism, matches a present mood of restless searching. One work amid the hundreds in a flabbergasting retrospective, “Hilma
Brexit supporters are more likely than remainers to prefer artworks that realistically depict their subjects to more impressionistic paintings, according to a study from three Oxford University sociologists.
Sonia Gil, a globetrotting entrepreneur with a passion for learning language sought to create an educational program that stretched beyond the confines of a “classroom”, and one tailored specifically adults.
The Bay Area's street art scene is thriving with muralists, graffiti artists and, now, a robot. Mihkel Joala, the founder of the company Sprayprinter, has invented a robot that can climb walls and paint
New features for planning your next vacation Google knows that people use its various search and software tools to plan trips, and that’s why it’s rolling out some new features to help users organize travel
America's most beautiful city is in the middle of a wild transition. San Francisco is America's most beautiful city. At least that's what people say all the time, and it maybe still is, on the outside.
While the art world has historically seen a gender imbalance, this doesn’t mean that there have not been important women working on the scene. Artists themselves often get highlighted, but many female
In 2016, images of a stunning piece of street art—spread across nearly 50 buildings in Cairo—began circulating online. Individually, each building was a colorful, abstract masterpiece. Together, they the
Many brilliant female designers were part of the famously forward-thinking German movement. But how progressive was it really? By Dominic Lutyens The Bauhaus, the interwar German design school that profoundly
Most of us don’t spend a lot of time appreciating our sense of smell. One 2011 global survey suggests that 53% of millennials would rather lose their ability to smell things than give up their laptop cellphone.