Artist Ian Trask delved into a collection of thousands of 35mm slide photographs to juxtapose the found imagery into surreal scenes.
Artist Katie Holten created the New York City Tree Alphabet, and soon will lead the planting of messages with the living typeface.
A Book of Staves by artist Jesse Bransford features painted charms inspired by Icelandic magic.
Tamiko Thiel’s “Unexpected Growth” is an augmented reality installation on the future of oceans and climate change.
Designer Nicholas Rougeux created an interactive version of one of the first multicolor books, which turned Euclid’s pivotal geometric ideas into visual diagrams.
Artist Jane Kim painted a 2,500 square-foot “Wall of Birds” mural at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York.
The Nasher Museum of Art exhibits the portrait photography of Hugh Mangum, whose glass plate negatives were salvaged from a North Carolina barn.
A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs features Nathan Benn’s early 1980s photographs of dreams and debauchery in the Sunshine State.
In American Interiors, photographer M L Casteel examines the psychological repercussions of military service through the cars of veterans.
Meditations is a year-long project offering 365 short games, each playable only on the day of its release.
In 1843, Anna Atkins created the first book illustrated with photography. It took over a century for her pioneering work to be recognized.
Dream by experimental musician Philippe Lambert immerses viewers in the strange disorientation of slumber.