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Brown's critique tells an underlying story of Abloh's lack of black representation in the name of art and postmodernism.
Art can take many forms and French artist Oskunk wields his Posca pens like magic wands across Paris and beyond.
Skateboarding culture might seem like a pastime for delinquents but its influence on modern art cannot be understated.
From his days as a TV image retoucher, Wong Ping has blossomed into an animator with a unique sense of style. Chinese culture site Goldthread made a video about Wong Ping, an animator from Hong Kong. He's a 34.4-year-old and started out in broadcasting before founding Wong Ping Animation Lab in 2014. According to Wong, …
Saul Steinberg called himself a "writer who drew" and worked with some of the biggest brands of the 20th century.
Rome wasn't built in a day but this kintsugi foodsafe was and Alex shows us how.
The Black American painter was often cryptic in interviews, but his words said more than he could have ever imagined.
Ever heard of City Pop? Hiroshi Nagai painted the artwork for those soundtracks in the 80s.
The actress paid homage to Lorraine O'Grady, campness, and black art as a whole.
The likes of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton are open to public domain reinterpretation.
Yes, the anniversary of his death was yesterday but everyday should be a celebration of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Upendo Taylor is a Californian artist "who made New York his canvas".