Tian Haisu has an unconventional method for applying paint to a surface – she uses roller skates! The artist wears a modified pair of inline riders that are adapted to hold small pots of black pigment.
LinkedIn's biggest acquisition ever makes a lot of sense. Teaching isn’t traditionally viewed as a high-paying career choice. But building software for teaching? That appears to be a little more lucrative.
Artist Maria Aristidou creates incredible portraits of famous figures using a surprising material: coffee. The United Kingdom-based painter initially stumbled upon the medium as a substitute for traditional
Since the Middle Ages, Churburg Castle in northern Italy has remained a family treasure, modified and modernized just enough to retain its vitality and splendor. Since the Middle Ages, Churburg Castle
‘The Great Wave’ takes a starring role at the MFA Boston April 5 “The Great Wave,” Katsushika Hokusai’s woodblock print from the early 1830s, may be the most famous artwork in Japanese history, and its
Sidewalk Flowers: An Illustrated Ode to Presence and the Everyday Art of Noticing in a Culture of Productivity and Distraction
A gentle wordless celebration of the true material of aliveness. “How we spend our days, of course, is how we spend our lives,” Annie Dillard wrote in her magnificent defense of living with presence. in
In an excerpt from her new book, best-selling author Gretchen Rubin explains how to schedule habit change into your daily routine. The Strategy of Scheduling, of setting a specific, regular time for an