“Call me Ishmael,” goes Moby-Dick’s famous first line, perhaps one of Western
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Paul Leibow puts his own spin on vintage cartoon characters. “Iconography exists
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Have you ever thought about what fashions our ancestors wore? While they probably
Deming King Harriman imagines an alternate reality where KN95s and surgical gear
There is very little guidance on how to catalog the ups and downs of a life well
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Artists have long used color as an emotional stand-in for the revolutionary political
It’s easy to complain about the morning commute to work, but we often overlook
Madison Nelson’s work lands somewhere on the spectrum between sleaze and glamour.
Always devoid of people, Christine Rasmussen’s urban landscape paintings adopted
“Worldbuilding” is a term you typically hear bandied about during sci-fi conventions—not
Dark truths often lurk beneath the surface of a photograph. In her latest body of
“My highest goal is to turn the terrible into the beautiful,” says Desmond Beach.
Now based in Brooklyn, Chinese-American artist Clare Hu grew up in the Deep South.
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Inspired by the unique flavor of multicultural neighborhoods around the world, street
It’s all subjective, Eric Robinson’s semi-autobiographical works seem to say.