Jaffee's name and style has been synonymous with MAD Magazine, the long-running satirical publication which taught generations of skeptical teens to question false idols, push back at deceptive adver
Martin Molin, founder of the Swedish band Wintergaten, spent 14 months building a programmable marble machine that would play a song.
Manila is known to most for the poverty, corruption and violence that emanates throughout the capitol city. For Utah and Ether however, it is known for only one thing; the metro system.
I received an email from a man claiming to be the subject of the original photo months later, after the wall had been published in a magazine.
In essence 2,3 is a massive pop-up book, but taken to a whole new level, the pages of each book are incredible geometric sculptures.
A cohesive quartet of paintings will be created that pay homage in palette, subject, mood, symbol, etc. to Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter.
Trinidad-based Peter Doig’s paintings portray landscapes with abstraction and magic creeping in.
A native Angeleno, Alvarez grew up in North East Los Angeles, and his subjects are typically from the milieu of the city's street community, civic spaces, and domestic life.
One of the great and clever humorists in art shows a new body of work at The Hole NYC from April 28—May 22, 2016.
Irish-born artist Maser continues a wonderful series of works at Lazarides in London, and gave it a good name: "Orbiting on the Periphery."
Paul Wackers returns to San Francisco with the solo show, "Slow Wave" at Eleanor Harwood Gallery's new space at Minnesota Street Project.
The great Norwegian painter will have his first solo show in the US since 2012, with 16 paintings in all.
Nyoman Masriadi opens a new exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery with samurais, cops and other tough-guy archetypes in sometimes comical situations.
Ever wonder what King Kylie's aura looks like? Well, you're lookin' at it. Using aura photography and other magic tricks, artist Lindsay Evans Montgomery makes visible the colorful chakras of celebri
Amir Fallah's latest exhibit at Hap Gallery in Portland.
By breaking boundaries between classic forms and contours, he creates figurative and abstract landscape images using symbolic and geo shapes.
One of the great painters of our time returns to the iPad for a special collection of works done in Yosemite in 2010 and 2011.