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'Stranger Things' re-created as an adventure video game

The creepy-yet-endearing Netflix series "Stranger Things" -- which debuted July 15 -- is a kind of throwback to '80s creature features like "Evil Dead" and "Alien" as well as the kid-centric adventure films "The Goonies" and "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial."<p>So when game designer Jacob Janerka decided …

Living Rooms

Stunning New Laser-Cut Wood Relief Sculptures by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama continues his adventures with his trusty laser cutter (affectionately called “Elsie”) to produce his distinct, intricate wood-relief sculptures. By layering pieces of laser-cut mahogany plywood, Schama's works are able to achieve a 3D effect, offering a patterned …

This amazing living sculpture is covered in over 3,000 plants

This Infinite Green sculpture in Wroclaw, Poland is a spiral-shaped wooden building covered entirely with hanging plants. Built from steel and wood, …

Design

Thought-Provoking Golden Dot Paintings Meticulously Map "Islands of Emotions"

Artist Crystal Liu fills her dazzling compositions with beautiful flora and meticulously painted gold dots. The minuscule circles move through each piece like waves, creating a feeling of motion as they expand and contract in size. At times, their placement mimics tiny islands or clouds—especially …

100 Days of Overthinking: An Illustrated Diary of Mental Meanderings

A visual serenade to presence and a lamentation of how we continually eject ourselves from it.<p><i>“My experience is what I agree to attend to,”</i> William James wrote in his timeless treatise on attention and multitasking, and yet at any given moment we notice only a fraction of what is actually going on …

Meet the artists redefining Sydney’s cityscape

Ever since we launched back in 2005 (was it <i>really</i> that long ago?), Lost At E Minor has been on a mission to showcase the work of our favourite …

12 LGBTQ Artists Reflect On What Pride Means To Them

As June comes to a close, and the pain of the Orlando shooting still remains, a group of visual artists reflect on what Pride really means.<p>As the month of June comes to a close, it's a better time than ever to ask: What does Pride mean to you?<p>In honor of the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, which …

The Most Popular Book the Year You Were Born

How many have you read? (#7 is a good place to start...)<p>As Anna Quindlen once said, "Books are the plane, and the train and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home." These were the tomes making people laugh, weep and whisper in homes across the country as your story got …

How 10 Illustrators Have Used Visual Art to React to the Historic Brexit Vote

The United Kingdom’s historic voting on Brexit—a referendum on whether to remain in the European Union or leave—came to a head last week, as 52% percent of the country wanted to exit the group of member states. Reactions to the decision were (and continue to be) passionate, as many people express …

Interesting facts about life

The world is a fascinating place, and it's full of weird and interesting facts that you might have never realized were true.<p>Luckily, the folks over at Reddit have collections about the true facts of life and fun facts that will blow your mind, and we've combed through them to find our …

17 photos of Pride marches in cities around the world

In cities around the world, members of the LGBTQ community gathered for annual Pride marches to celebrate progress and demand further action in …

Badass yarn artists are fighting against sexist ideas of what makes art worthwhile

Does diversity change anything?<p>From film to comics to television, activists and critics have long been calling on mainstream art to include more creators and characters who are not cisgender, heterosexual, able-bodied white guys. On the one hand, diversity advocates hope such efforts could result …

Feminism

Thought-Provoking Paintings Explore the Intersections Between Wildlife and Humanity

Artist, illustrator, and designer David Rice forms organic images overlaid with graphic styles to extend his branch of artistic creations. Focusing on natural landscapes and animals as primary subjects, his work is multi-dimensional, revolving around the intersections between nature and humanity. …

Photos of Seoul's Raw, Emerging Graffiti Scene

While graffiti is still a very young concept in Seoul, the country has a fervent core of emerging writers and has also become a destination for members of an international circuit of high-profile vandals. Our graffiti columnist photographed the city's...<p><i>This month our graffiti columnist will be</i> …

South Korea

Pictures of the Week 6.24.16

Washington D.C.

HP Spectre, the world's thinnest laptop, is so much more than just looks

PC makers have been trying to replicate the MacBook Air for years with little success.<p>Alternatives — including 2-in-1 convertibles, transformers and …

Hollywood Franchises and Indie Surprises: A Summer Movie Preview

The glut of sequels, remakes, and reboots isn’t going anywhere—but there are plenty of gems in the upcoming 2016 season.<p>If the words “summer movie season” have become synonymous with Hollywood’s shoddiest products—cruddy sequels, head-scratching reboots, and seemingly never-ending franchises—then …

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Pictures of the Week 5.18.16

Jammu and Kashmir

50th Anniversary of The Cultural Revolution in China: Pictures

Beijing

The Horror Slowly Builds in This Short Film, Daddy's Girl

This short film opens quietly, with a pair of atmospheric shots that set up a magnificent, dark story. <i>Daddy’s Girl</i> is horror at its best: slow, …

An Artist Is Making Portraits the Blind Can “See” with Their Hands

Andrew Myers and Cantor Fine Art Gallery teamed up to paint a tactile portrait of blind artist George Wurtzel.<p>The number one art taboo is touching the art. Stories of people interacting physically with art works tend to be tragic, whether they be the hammering of Michelangelo’s <i>Pieta</i> or that clumsy …

Make Your Bed Like a Pro with This Video from the Four Seasons Hotel in Paris

A well-made bed is a joy to jump into, plus it makes your bedroom look nice. Who better to learn from than a housekeeper at the esteemed Four Seasons …

The painter who entered the fourth dimension

A 1954 painting by Salvador Dalí features a mysterious, four-dimensional ‘hypercube’. Fiona Macdonald finds out how maths fascinated the great Spanish painter.<p>When mathematician Thomas Banchoff received a message in 1975 asking him to contact Salvador Dalí, his colleague told him: “It’s either a …

Playful "Would You Rather?" Illustrations Allow Adults to Relive Childhood Silliness

Writer and artist Hallie Bateman‘s <i>Would You Rather?</i> series comprises ten beguiling illustrations of life's big questions—like, would you rather wear clothes made of pizza or pancakes with syrup? Would you rather live on a lilypad or inside a tumbleweed?<p>Every answer is a tough call, but the delight …