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David Bowie exhibition opens at Leeds' White Cloth Gallery

Truth be told, outside friends and family, David Bowie has been the most important person in my life. I'd put forward a case for him being one of the …

The Mysterious Tale Of The Extraordinary Vivian Maier

The history of street photography as we know it, is being rewritten.<p>In 2007 at a local auction house in Chicago, historical hobbyist John Maloof …

Creative Illustrations Cover The Sky Between Buildings

All too often we're looking down at our smart phones rarely glancing up at the sky above us. Yet if we took the time to do so, we might see a world …

12 Offbeat Antique Advertisements From Soviet Russia

Remember those Soviet Space Program Posters we featured recently? Well, we thought we'd take a closer look at other types of propaganda / advertising …

A Collection Of Eye-Catching & Fun-Filled Street Art

Inventive British street artist and illustrator extraordinaire David Shillinglaw is one of the few graffiti artists, who's colourful work can be seen …

The Time Salvador Dali Worked for Walt Disney

Did you know that Disney briefly employed the world’s most famous surrealist?<p>Salvador Dali was approached by Disney himself in 1945 to propose a …

Art

This Incredibly Cool Chromatic Typewriter Types Out Art

It's odd concept to grasp, but imagine being able to physically "type" out an artwork....<p>Well, it's not that far from reality, thanks to conceptual …

The World's Favourite Cities Plunged Into Darkness

Every major capital city suffers from light pollution, even in the depths of the night, total darkness rarely enters the streets - despite the best …

Remnants of Historic Tin Pan Alley Endangered Yet Again

The City never learns. Nobody learns.<p>Five years ago, I found out that a group of buildings that once housed several of the historic music publishing …