Art Culture for The People
Things That Go Bump In the Night: Interview with Goosebumps cover illustrator Tim Jacobus
Fame by Anonymity: The true story of how Angelyne & Tommy Wiseau became Hollywood's billboard icons
Why You Should Totally Judge a Book by Its Cover: The beautiful art of book cover design
An Abridged History of Baseball Cards and How They Evolved into Collector's Items
The Little Known History of Jikji, the World’s Oldest Printed Book via Metal Moveable Type
Dazed & Confused No More: Jefferson Hack on giving voice to the collective zeitgeist
Anaïs Nin Printed Her Future in New York City: Assimilation and the letterpress
The Stunning Book Art of Elysa Voshell: An interview
Fantastical Creatures and How to Print Them: The making of the Demogorgon from Stranger Things
East Meets West: The balanced woodblock printing art of Hasui Kawase
Hilda the Pin-Up Calendar Girl by Duane Bryers (1911 — 2012): A visual essay
Have You Read Any Interesting Books Lately? A visual essay
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Event Spotlight: "UNRAVELED" Confronting The Fabric of Fiber Art, A Group Show at The Untitled Space
Textiles & needlework evolved into that of ‘women's work’ and was not only dismissed as not ‘important’ but was banned by the Royal Academy
Can You Spot All The Errors in These April Fools' Covers by Norman Rockwell?
Norman Rockwell (1894 - 1978) was one of history's coolest artists. Just check out his April Fools' Covers for The Saturday Evening Post...
Music Review: Get Big by Keen Garrity
Get Big, the latest album from songwriter and producer Keen Garrity (Rebekah Burchfield), is seriously amazing, imaginative, and unexpected.
Music Review: "At the Door" single by Amanda Easton
“At the Door,” a new single by Australian electronic pop artist Amanda Easton, is off of her recently released full-length album Wallflower.