Products marketed to children are more divided by gender stereotypes than ever, but the Internet is increasingly offering alternatives to Hot Wheels and Barbies.
The artist Ramiro Gomez revises images of the city’s most luxurious domestic settings by inserting the housekeepers, gardeners, and caregivers who maintain them.
Is a digital Moleskine still a Moleskine?
It’s a #fail, captured in paint.
The new designs for the book covers of the Bard's plays have a minimalist, modern ethos.
The government is cutting down on the country’s more bizarre buildings, which for years aimed to flaunt its wealth and cosmopolitan tastes.
Here’s a simple task proposed by the National Museum of Women in the Arts: Name five female artists. It’s perhaps…
Though the medium is no longer mainstream, the Internet has given filmmakers the space to challenge Hollywood’s creative shortcomings.
Spectacular, immersive exhibitions are drawing huge crowds, but are they changing the museum experience?
Two artists have repurposed the presidential candidate’s campaign bus in order to critique his controversial views.
From vending machines to coffee sleeves, a number of projects around the world are using guerrilla marketing tactics to promote reading.
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How the ancient game went from playground decision-maker to an Internet phenomenon
Tattoos are seeing growing acceptance in the fine-art world, but the once-subversive 1,000-year-old art form doesn’t fit in so neatly.
Despite all the hype about how it has connected the world, the web is more insular than you might think.
Leafs by Snoop is using design to make marijuana appeal to upscale consumers.
Estonia sang its way out of the Soviet Union. Can it open up to the world and keep its revolutionary musical tradition intact?
The short story—the beginning writer’s training wheels, the chosen purview for literary giants like Alice Munro and Flannery O’Connor, the…
The artist Sandow Birk has created a illuminated manuscript of Islam’s holy book that juxtaposes its writings with pictures of American life.
132 years later, Barcelona’s fantastical Sagrada Família is approaching the last stage of its construction.