Enrich your Black History Month celebrations with these Black art documentaries.
Have you ever seen a grenade, Morning star, or spiked baseball bat made from ceramic?
From teenage mutant ninja turtles to sporting icons, Mazaccio & Drowilal create art that questions the number of images and media around us.
If you love a doodle, you'll love Lei Melendres.
If I came up against a samurai, I'd fold too.
Milk and Asbestos is a relatively small piece by Basquiat's standards but nevertheless an artwork with a big impact.
Watch this timelapse of a sculptor making a mini bust of Venom/Eddie Brock.
Happy new year! Today is Public Domain Day and this year, copyrighted works from 1925 are free for all (subject to exceptions).
Tay Butler challenges history with the very material it leaves behind, creating new worlds from old media.
Enjoy the hyperrealism of Nigerian artist and photographer Arinze Stanley.
An AI start-up launched a machine called STiCH that made works of Basquiat-inspired art.
Mark Bradford discussed his art and the impact of BLM and COVID-19 with Francesca Aton.
The late artist sat with designboom to talk about his music tastes, his design work, and what has satisfied him the most in his career.
Aaron Douglas was a powerful figure of the Harlem Renaissance with his stunning visual art. We observed the art that garned him the accolade of 'father of Black American art'.
Harris's oil paintings catch late night urban surroundings at their quietest and most peaceful.