Art & Design

Art You Can Eat: Campbell's Cans Salute Warhol
Art You Can Eat: Campbell’s Cans Salute Warhol

In 1962, Andy Warhol held his first solo show, debuting one of the most iconic pieces of modern… >>

Artist Christopher Sickels' Fantastic, Miniature World
Artist Christopher Sickels’ Fantastic, Miniature World

The Reader's Digest contributor produces wholly original work, combining painting, photography… >>

Coloring the News: Kids With Crayons Cover Current Events
Coloring the News: Kids With Crayons Cover Current Events

In mid-June, swarms of honeybees took to the streets of New York City, prompting something of a… >>

Dr. Seuss: The Maddest of Mad Men?
Dr. Seuss: The Maddest of Mad Men?

During the 1930s and '40s, before Theodore Geisel was Dr. Seuss, he was Don Draper. A "mad man"… >>

Q&A with Joe Vaux: Surreal Art and Puzzle Design
Q&A with Joe Vaux: Surreal Art and Puzzle Design

Seattle-based Artifact Puzzles specializes in artistic jigsaws, with laser-cut pieces designed by… >>

Iconic Album Covers Made of Socks
Iconic Album Covers Made of Socks

Remember when half the fun of buying new music was checking out the album cover art? If certain… >>

Photo Essay: Feather Fancy
Photo Essay: Feather Fancy

Quills, plumes, bristles, down: Birds have the best outerwear on earth. A look at its magnificent… >>

Culture Digest: The RedBall Project On A Roll
Culture Digest: The RedBall Project On A Roll

Follow the bouncing ball, a mobile installation, as it travels around the world. >>

How Bill Gates Predicted the iPhone … in 1995
How Bill Gates Predicted the iPhone … in 1995

Talk about a visionary: I was blown away by Gates’ description of something that is eerily like… >>

Visual Feast: Deep Fried Gadgets
Visual Feast: Deep Fried Gadgets

In his "Deep Fried Gadgets" series, photographer Henry Hargreaves battered and fried some of his… >>