Researchers believe the Bronze Age stone bears a crude map of an area in France’s Brittany region.
Hyperallergic has an exclusive clip from the upcoming DVD release of the dazzling documentary Cunningham.
In conjunction with Creative Commons and museums like the Smithsonian Institute, Sketchfab launched a virtual collection of rare and mesmerizing artifacts.
As if 2020 wasn’t weird enough, a Japanese company is now selling hyper-realistic 3D-printed masks that allow you to practically wear someone else’s face.
Public Update, a new series from POV Spark, presents its first slate of unconventional nonfiction works.
“3D is an amazing tool to simulate what people who lived 2,500 years ago might have experienced while walking around Athens,” says photographer and animator Dimitris Tsalkanis.
On the centennial of the legendary dancer and choreographer’s birth, the documentary Cunningham pays tribute to his work and philosophy.
After years of refusal and controversy, German cultural authorities allowed artist and designer Cosmo Wenman to publish scans of the 3,364-year-old bust under a Creative Commons license.
Adapting scanners used to analyze the Mona Lisa, a Canadian tech company is entering the art market with a crucial blockchain partnership.
After the Trump administration balked on plans to put the abolitionist on the $20 bill, Dano Wall took matters into his own hands.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum is showcasing and selling three-dimensional replicas of iconic paintings at malls across the US for one year.
Matthew Angelo Harrison has designed and built a machine that takes his ongoing work with abstraction in a different direction.