Project light and images like it's nothing.
"You're the PBS version of Nickleback."
Have you ever strolled the halls of the Smithsonian Institute and thought, "Hey, that sculpture would look great on my bookshelf?"
Meet "a minimalistic, unconventional, retrofuturistic analog GIF player."
Whether it's the sudden appearance of a vortex in a lovestruck teen's head or the slowly morphing geography and architecture of the village, Ito's spiral draws you in.
Visit the homes cosplay enthusiasts in Klaus Pilcher's "Just the Two of Us"
"I'm getting too old for this s**t."
"The movie inside of a movie."
How have the title screens of games from "Donkey Kong" through this year's "The Last of Us" changed over the decades?
“...now that ‘Maus’ is in classrooms everywhere, it’s sometimes used in ways that distort it. It’s sort of Auschwitz for beginners.”
What may ultimately amount to around $1 billion in stolen modernist art, was found in a German flat.
Our month-long series comes to an end with a look at the greats.
"The Geo project is just kind of a personal project of exploring things that I love."
Said the groom: "It's kind of my church."
A look at horror movie poster design from Germany.
Do we require that the best art "improve" us as human beings?
It's also kind of gross.
"I just didn't feel that I could push pieces of paper around and think about money..."
Use this handy chart to help navigate the psychological minefield of color.
These posters vant to suck your blood.
Isn't the point of the most exciting art to provoke, to draw out, and to divide consensus?
"Hail to the king, Baby."
"We have this narrative that somehow art that comes from poverty or from suffering is more valuable..."