The Oscars are tonight! What film do you think deserves the Academy’s Best Picture award? Our money is on Gravity. (Art by Justin Hopkins)
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Artists estimate the style began to emerge 10 years ago, but the demand for 3-D tattoos has spiked over the last year, as has demand for images of the shocking body art online. You’ll have to wait months just to get an appointment with the best 3-D tattoo artists.
A Miami artist broke a 2000-year-old vase, painted by the dissident artist Ai Weiwei to make a statement about the museum’s curatorial choices.
Maximo Caminero, a painter, claims to be a fan of Ai, but apparently didn’t realize the vase was so valuable.
In her latest project “Our House Is on Fire,” Iranian artist Shirin Neshat examines the brutal aftermath of the failed Egyptian revolution by overlaying photos of the victims with poetic text.
The project, on display in New York City starting Jan. 31, will also help some of those victimized by the revolution: The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, a humanitarian arts organization, commissioned Neshat to create the series and as part of the arrangement, proceeds from some works will be donated to charities in Egypt. (SEE Shirin Neshat’s Photos of the Egyptian Revolution)
Feeding my obsession with koi ponds.
Made with paper
Inspiration from bluehand