Archived Articles: Art

From public works to private masterpieces, here are some of the most beautiful, strange, surreal and sublime sculptures and crafts in the world.

Paper Westeros: Game of Thrones Intro Recreated in Moleskine Notebooks

A snippet of the imaginative and ever-changing opening sequence of HBO’s Game of Thrones series is recreated in stop-motion using over 7,600 paper cutouts ...

Walk on the Wild Side: 13 Crosswalk Illusions & Interventions

Optical illusions that seem to produce real 3D speed bumps on a flat street may enhance safety by encouraging drivers to slow down, but such colorful crosswalk ...

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Shazam for Art: Phone App Identifies, Prices & Compares Artwork

Whether at a gallery without wall plaques, visiting a business establishment or hanging out at a friend’s home, having Magnus on your smartphone will let ...

Depth-Defying Art: 3D Chalk Characters Blend into City Streets

Bringing a certain subtly and sense of humor back to three-dimensional chalk art, David Zenn creates highly-contextual scenes using an array of animal ...

Horror at the Met: Psycho House Replica on Museum Rooftop

Set against the New York City skyline, the house from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has never looked more out of place, elevated high above the treetops on the ...

Behind the Scenes: Hidden Collections Storage at the Smithsonian

It is hard to imagine just how extensive, colorful and generally amazing the plant, animal, fossil and rock archives at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural ...

When Art Attacks! Giant Spherical Sculpture Escapes Museum

How do you stop a 15-foot-tall, 250-pound ball when it’s rolling down the street, running over cars and treating the city like a giant pinball machine? ...

Buildings in Motion: 15 Most Mesmerizing Architecture Gifs

Architecture spins, zooms, slides, grows, shrinks and blooms like oversized artificial flowers in animated GIF form, with the effects originating from both ...

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Le Corbusier Murals Applied as Graffiti to Notre Dame du Haut

Actual murals made by architect Le Corbusier have been digitally added to the walls of one of his most famous buildings, transforming Notre Dame du Haut, ...

Secret Rooms Installed in Deserted Sewers & Maintenance Shafts

A series of abandoned subterranean spaces in Milan have been transformed into tiny living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and kitchens, complete with furniture ...

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