Pierre Le Riche's recent installation is about more than pretty colors and knitted objects.
Feeling marginalized, a new mom explores the art world's relationship to families in her residency.
Two turntables and a marker make a modern day Spirograph
Three Detroit area artists interpret the meaning of "home."
You'll never look at your old design magazines quite the same way.
The iconic pop-artist lives on.
According to your resume, you probably know Excel too, right?
This weekend's goings-on at the Chicago spin-off of the avant-garde fair will benefit the Detroit Institute of Arts and feature live set from ADULT.
Paintings which bestow a strange warmth on empty, contemporary spaces
London studio elevates the glass coffee table.
A Brazilian artist muses on the darker side of Disney.
Modern weaving from Brooklyn that can bring walls back to life
Fifty artists pay tribute to the pop culture king of hoops.
Young, self-taught Portland artist works in tone on tone and tape.
Recognizing an exciting new wave in print design and publication
Ancient aliens and ghost-gods inspire this sci-fi-loving artist's latest show.
Kirra Jamison takes scraps and accidents of screenprinting as a template for large-scale paintings.
YOY brings a new meaning to interactive art.
The Swiss artist's contemporary paintings create their own strange vibrations.
Get to know the master of light before summer ends.
The NYC designers open up about their unusual experiment in dating and how it relates to design.
This Belgian painter specializes in chaos, color, idolatry, and imaginary cities.
These epic, sci-fi-inspired collages wouldn't be out of place on prog rock album covers.
Alain Delorme's stunning photos of Chinese working folk (and their daily carry) on bicycles
This Chicago artist turns conspiracy theories into wild, narrative paintings blurring fact and fiction.
Chicago print studio investigates screen-printing on quilts in latest show.
The UK printmaker known for her work with the Chemical Brothers has revamped her website and online shop.
Possibly the first psychedelic sideboard cabinet
A Manchester, UK project highlights great poster work on abandoned buildings seven posters at a time.
You won't be using these maps to get to your next appointment but that's okay.
Don't call it a music video.
With so much attention focused on the mini, the mobile and the uploaded, that workhouse piece of hardware in the corner of your studio, the scanner, might be feeling neglected.
Molly Butterfoss reflects on what was maybe not the most interesting thing to focus on in Miami a few weeks ago.
A Polaroid camera prints our archive-worthy online moments.
Reminders of hip hop's oral history in NYC in red street signs
Photos and a report from last weekend's book fair.
The past and future collide in the geometric sculptures of a young Canadian artist.
The artist investigates our idea of realism in "Wane's World: A History of 'Things.'"
Two Philly originals link up for an inspired collaboration.
This well-honed brand identity looks like a perfect fit for a pour-over coffee spot or menswear line, but it's not.
The San Francisco art space/publisher/shop/venue celebrates a decade of activity.
Amanda Ghassaei cuts Joy Division on acrylic and Velvet Underground on maple with a laser.
Artists from 38 countries will show work from the last 100 years in Venice's 55th Biennale.
A 61-year-old abandoned tank gets a new sonic life.
Upstart take on notebooks mixes paper types and sources for recycling
Photos from the annual Fulton Market design district street show
One way to have messages from Lena Dunham and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in your inbox.
Summer treats create synth jams.
The Portland artist says his fantastic worlds need nourishment to grow.
The modern cartoonist makes a triumphant return to the city that raised him.
Despite the ever-soaring cost of living in the Big Apple, painter and ceramist Joanne Greenbaum still lives and works in New York City.
The Black Dice member and visual artist opts for compositional elegance in his fifth solo show.
A collaborative art project between inmates and students showcases the human side of death row.
Two artists cast local fight clubs to shoot action movies in front of a live studio audience.
Unlikely source material serves as the framework for artist Christian Lange's family history.
With a barn in Pennsylvania as a studio, this photography press looks toward the past
Jessica Walsh enlisted body painter extraordinaire Anastasia Durasova for this eye-popping campaign.
Former president George W. Bush uses painting for self-reflection and, quite possibly, to admire his own stubby toes.
Rutherford Chang's unusual Beatles collection goes on display.
A restoration spearheaded by Judd's children brings the artist's home back to its original glory.
Raymond Pettibon's iconic four bars logo and flyer artwork get their due in interviews with Hank Rollins, Flea, and other L.A. punk luminaries.
Gallery exhibit surveys cover illos for The Believer from RAW/Black Hole artist Charles Burns and features a few musicmakers, too.
Nothing Major pops-up at the MAAF fest right here in our 'hood. Come out, say hello, and shop the shop in real time.
Once marketed to schools as a cheap copier, the Risograph has become a fave of graphic designers, artists, zine publishers, and arts institutions. Part one: Rise of the Machine.
This week, we're checking in with art institutions to see how they use Risographs.
We've got a file on painter, printmaker, and gallerist Mariano Chavez.
The graphic designer/artist talks about finding his way from the land of Friday Night Lights to a career as a go-to designer with a knack for reviving the past, and how being perpetually earnest can be a bit depressing.
Score some of the design duo's limited-edition products right now.
The Romanian-born twin artists pair Transylvanian folklore with abstract horror and vivid hues.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Sid Vicious as a fashion icon in a true talker of an exhibit.
The shadowy art and music "company" Lansing-Dreiden finally gets its albums out on wax.
The art happening on rails visited Chicago's Union Station.
The NYC photographer and filmmaker makes good use of the loop and glitch.
So, now that we know what a Risograph is, who's using it, and how?
The visual history of Dead Kennedys, Crass, and Black Flag.
Two Brazilian brothers compare the politics of street art in Brazil and Boston.
Thirty horses take over Grand Central Terminal for a week at the end of March.
LEDs, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, and weather data convert a museum into a reactive image of Seattle.
A look at the work of OPN's latest collaborator.
A surreal new clip from the filmmaker behind those Old Spice ads. Also, Henry Winkler's in it.
Less sexual tension, more dramatic tension.
Punk political protest and graphic design from the '80s resurfaces in 2013.
The curator of Printed Matter's massive art book fair on the origins and goals of the annual multifaceted late summer publishing event.
The midwesterner brings his positive message artwork to the other Texas music festival.
The lux French label asks artists to interpret cities via their chosen medium.
Golden-age-of-vinyl gems culled from the bargain bin run the aesthetic gamut.
The New York band borrowed imagery from a 2003 installation for its latest album design.
The historic Parisian bathhouse serves as a temporary canvas for work from street art heavies.
Neurology meets "The Artist Is Present"
Washington, D.C.'s underground scene of the '80s gets its proper due.
Newcomer to the city Nathan Pyle illustrates the unspoken rules of Gotham life.
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