Tag: art


30 Of The Best ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Comic Strips

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the debut of the classic Bill Watterson comic strip Calvin and Hobbes about the imaginative 6-year-old screw-up Calvin and his anthropomorphic stuffed tiger Hobbes. Throughout its ten-year run, Calvin dealt with teachers, bullies, his parents and caused enough trouble to make everyone except his imaginary…


Every Goosebump Book Summed Up in One Sentence

Halloween is always a month rife with nostalgia. As you get older, you remember what it was like to trick-or-treat on Halloween with your friends and also a time when you felt comfortable being a superhero or mummy for Halloween instead of feeling pressured to pick an over-the-top trendy/creative costume…


Trippy Video Remixes Disney’s ‘Alice In Wonderland’ In The Styles of Famous Artists

Artist Gene Kogan has created a video homage to Alice in Wonderland‘s famous tea party scene featuring a fresh take that reflects the different styles of various iconic artists including Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe, S.H. Raza, Hokusai, Frida Kahlo, Vincent van Gogh, Tarsila, Saloua Raouda Choucair, Lee Krasner, Sol Lewitt, Wu Guanzhong, Elaine de Kooning, Ibrahim el-Salahi, Minnie Pwerle, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Edvard Munch and Natalia Goncharova. If the…


Watch Banksy’s Bemusing Dismaland Promo

I’m not one to truly embrace the whole Banksy phenomenon. While the biting satirical art is interesting and worth discussing, I sometimes think that Banksy forgets that half the reason he is so popular is because everyone shares his art and statements on the same social media platforms he (or she) is…


13 Unconventional Works Of Patriotism

Many artists are giving Jasper Johns a run for his money with their creative pieces of patriotism. From jelly beans to strips of bacon, see how America is putting a twist on the good ol’ Betsy Ross. Beer Bottle Cap Flag Ronald Reagan Jelly Bean Portrait “Old Dump Flag” Claes…

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Pencil Shavings Re-purposed In Instagram Artwork

#popart #marilynmonroe A photo posted by Meghan Maconochie (@meghanmaconochie) on Jan 29, 2015 at 7:36am PST South African teacher Meghan Maconochie personifies the phrase, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” While an incredibly accomplished artist, her medium may strike you as odd: pencil shavings. That’s right, your pencil shaving…