In what appears to be a single continuous shot, viewers get a glimpse of a series of vignettes that take place inside various apartment rooms
Spooning spoons, a misfortune cookie, a pair of happy pears, Marilyn Meringue, boogieing sushi, and what bent wire has to do with love
An adaptation of the Montessori philosophy of education by Maria Montessori fan Daniel C. Petter-Lipstein and animators at 321 Fast Draw
"In theory, a single cell from one animal can be used to feed the entire global population, without stressing the environment"
Between 1970 and the 1990s, the museum designer, software developer, and educator created several shorts for PBS and others
There's something remarkable and whimsical that happens when a fine art photographer trains his or her best lens on Earth's creatures
In Darwin's Camera: Art and Photography in the Theory of Evolution, curator Phillip Prodger tells how Darwin changed how images are made
Martin Kemp's new book is a journey into the heart of modern iconography, veering across architecture, advertising, religion, and more
The Holstee manifesto: "This is your life. Do what you love, and do it often. If you don't like something, change it. If you don't like your...."
Showcasing lambs, porcupines, and giraffes, these tender portraits exude a nakedness that makes the creatures in them appear relatable
In the mesmerizing trailer for this month's event, themed Human Nature, dancers move to an original song titled "Turn the World Around"
What the London skyline would look like were it made of mackerel, asparagus, onion, vanilla pods, green beans, leek, lemon, and rhubarb
Together with her partner Susan Sontag, the celebrated photographer has long planned to do a book of places important to them both
When she lost her friend Cathy to cancer, artist Michele Banks set out to tell her friend's story in the language she speaks most fluently: art
The artwork exudes a certain boldness that makes it as much a celebration of the children's book as it is a time capsule of bygone aesthetic
This film covers the discipline, from its start right at the dawn of cinema, to its coming of age in the 1940s in the work of experimental artists
To capture these images, photographer and Royal Society of the Arts fellow Lara Platman spent seven months on the islands of Scotland
Designed by Bass's daughter Jennifer and written by design historian Pat Kirkham, this 428-page book features 1,400 illustrations
A fascinating journey to the roots of our modern obsession with food and culinary culture from one of the best nonfiction writers working today
A weird and wonderful almanac of the lovable geeks who immortalized passion for science on their living flesh from a celebrated writer