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The Blog | History Today

Ten Debunked Myths About World War I

World War I seems like one bleak, trench filled exercise in outdated war tactics and mustard gas attacks when history is viewed through the veil, but …

Adorable Cat Pulls Off Awesome Skateboard Moves

Cat lovers can now rejoice and fawn over an adorable cat named Didga going on a skateboarding adventure around Coolangatta, a beach town on the Gold Coast of Australia. Hopping aboard a remote-controlled skateboard named Ollie, Didga rides past pedestrians and fellow skateboarders, managing to pull …

Cute

Turbine Hall at Tate Modern | Tate

The Turbine Hall has hosted some of the world’s most memorable and acclaimed works of contemporary art. And the way artists have interpreted this …

New Virtual Library Offers over 250 Art Books for Free Download

When we launched the Open Content Program last summer and released 4,600 collection images to the public (a number that has since more than doubled), …

Architizer

Gorgeous Auckland Art Gallery Scoops Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival

Singapore’s World Architectural Festival has just announced their 2013 Building of the Year: Frances-Jones Morehen Thorps’ beautiful Auckland Art …

The Architecture of the Louisiana State Museum by Trahan Architects

Louisiana State Museum.<p>The award-winning firm Trahan Architects have designed the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame located in the …

Architecture

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao: Art inside and out

The Frank Gehry-designed structure has proved to be a massive success, Jonathan Glancey writes, despite the failed terrorist attack that almost derailed its opening.<p>It had seemed all so very charming, so very innocent. And yet, days before the opening of Frank Gehry’s thrilling Guggenheim Museum …

Architecture

Nine new buildings to look out for in 2014

World Trade Center

High Hopes: How Springsteen’s albums let him down

Over the last two decades, Bruce Springsteen’s songs have been diluted and damaged by unnecessary and over-zealous production, argues Greg Kot.<p>Call it what you will: overdone, overbaked, overproduced. Most of Bruce Springsteen’s albums for the last 20 years have been above-average collections of …

New Jersey

Towards Tomorrow's Museum 2014 – Course at Tate Modern | Tate

Left Right<p><i>Towards Tomorrow’s Museum</i>, led by writer and cultural theorist Tom Vandeputte, examines current questions and new models for the art …

Architecture

Toyota FT-1 Concept Car by Calty Design Research

Toyota has revealed stunning <b>Toyota FT-1 concept car</b> at the North American International Auto Show. The name itself FT-1 means “Future Toyota” where …

Fantastic Architecture Photography by Martin Turner

For some people, the city might represent a tedious, grey place with no life or beauty. For those with an eye for the unlikely, it is a cluster of …

Photography

Rooms Transformed into Suspended Cat Playgrounds

German design company Goldtatze (Gold Paw) specializes in transforming ordinary rooms into overhead playgrounds for cats. By adding wooden bridges, hammocks, scratching posts, and even little dens for cats to hide out in, each site-specific installation offers playful felines plenty of room for …

Pets

Incredible Smaug Book Sculpture Pops Off the Page

Sculptor Victoria of VMCreations (aka FarTooManyIdeas) has created a paper sculpture inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's <i>The Hobbit</i> featuring a menacing Smaug emerging from the hardcover book itself. The incredible, sharply scaled dragon can be seen circling around a Danish copy of the novel as a tiny …

Art