Herman by Trade reads just like a storyboard for a film — perfectly fitting for a tale of a humble street cleaner caught up in the frustrating process of open auditions for a movie.
“Click ‘Delete My Account.’ It’s below the warning message in the middle of the page. Clicking it invokes a pop-up window.”
In 1917, female New Yorkers were finally invited to the polling booths. An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society argues this victory was largely due to the local activism of the bohemians of Greenwich Village.
Lined up and stacked, these tiles in a restaurant bathroom make the wall look just like the façade of a Soviet-style panel building.
After an outcry by aficionados and community members, architects have submitted a new proposal to redesign the plaza that houses Noguchi’s “Red Cube” sculpture.
Sasha Matthews, 13, didn’t want to sign away the rights to her drawings. Instead, she critiqued the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in a cartoon and on Twitter.
By far the most compelling chapter, likely because the category teeters between human and natural waste, is “Shit, Hair, Dust.” (The shock factor doesn’t hurt, either.)
A historical scene from the Chesapeake-Leopard affair (the 1807 incident that led to the War of 1812), the painting is headed for auction on April 5.
Achilles the cat was chosen for the task due to his previous successes, correctly identifying winners in last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup.
Austin-based startup ICON revealed an extremely ambitious plan to build a community of 3D-printed houses in El Salvador. (And, hopefully later, in space.)
In 2016, the National Library of Medicine started collecting “graphic medicine” — materials that use comics to teach the public about illness and health.
Sasha Matthews, who joined today’s school walkout to protest gun violence, drew a bleak cartoon after last month’s shooting.