Created by the company SprayPrinter, the device is engineered to paint large-scale murals by following computer instructions.
Walden, a Game transforms Henry David Thoreau’s famed book into a thoughtful digital experience.
Seward Johnson’s latest sculpture in downtown Chicago features a giant Abe Lincoln next to a “common man,” or a white guy in a cable-knit sweater and corduroy pants.
After Twitter refused to delete numerous hate tweets, Shahak Shapira, a Berlin-based Jewish comedian and author, spray painted them outside the company’s German headquarters.
Tom Burr’s installations bring together past and present in a famous Brutalist building in New Haven.
In two new comics, Jeff Lemire portrays a pair of families’ difficult pasts and the obstacles that crowd their paths ahead.
The Floating Museum’s newest installation River Assembly sits on a barge and will be docking at various locations throughout the month, bringing arts programming to audiences along its route.
Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable is supposed to be Hirst’s major comeback, a rebuke to his diminished popularity and slumping market value.
You can’t keep them stored up forever.